Directs and manages employees in multiple units engaged in providing care to a group of patients. Recommends and revises policies and develops performance standards, departmental goals, and objectives to maintain patient care. Ensures compliance with standards of nursing practice to promote optimum healthcare delivery. Acts as liaison with physician staff regarding unit issues.
A. EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
- Requires a Bachelor's degree or higher in Nursing from an accredited nursing program. Masters degree is preferred.
- Requires a minimum of five years of experience. Demonstrated leadership skills (decision making, problem solving, delegation, prioritizing) and/or supervisory experience are required.
- Requires a current TX Registered Nurse License. CPR/BLS is required.