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Assistant Vice President of Nursing (RN) - Acute and Critical Care Services

Company: Nemours
Location: Orlando
Posted on: May 9, 2024

Job Description:

The assistant vice president co-creates a culture of excellence, innovation, and transformation with professional nurses, other leaders, and associates. The assistant vice president fosters healthy work environments, advances professional autonomy, clinical competences, and safe, ethical, and high-quality nursing care; and assures that nurses are allowed to practice within their full scope. The main goal is to assure the alignment of nursing's goals, activities, and practices with the values and mission of the organization, governing boards, and constituencies. In addition to accountability for the direction of nursing practice, responsible for the oversight and direction of all aspects of the clinical or educational enterprise.Assistant vice president has core accountabilities for the following: (a) safety, quality, and risk; (b) patient and population health advocacy; (c) clinical care delivery and optimal patient outcomes; (d) healthy work environment; (e) strategic, financial, and human resource management; (f) legal and regulatory compliance; (g) networking, partnering, and collaboration; and (h) accountability/advocacy for their Associates.Assistant vice president, at this level of influence, has line authority over multiple service lines or units that have registered nurses working who deliver nursing care in inpatient, hospital outpatient departments, and/or ambulatory care settings. At Nemours Children's Hospital these may include, but are not limited to, perioperative services and intensive/acute services. The assistant vice president reports directly or indirectly to the Chief Nursing Officer/VP Patient Care Services.The assistant vice president is charged with handling the daily operation of multiple units, departments, or service lines. Typically, the assistant vice president is supported by director(s), unit manager(s), supervisor(s), &/or lead(s) who executes daily operations within defined clinical area(s). The assistant vice president efforts are directed toward program management, including program goals, objectives, and quality organizational outcomes. The senior nursing director mobilizes internal and external stakeholders to assure programmatic goals and objectives are met.Position ResponsibilitiesSTANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR NURSING ADMINISTRATIONAssessment: Collect comprehensive pertinent data and information relative to the situation, issues, problem, or trend.Identification of Problems, Issues, and Trends: Analyze the assessment data to identify problems, issues, and trends.Outcomes Identification: Identify expected outcomes for a plan tailored to the system, organization, or population, problem, issues, or tend.Planning: Develop a plan that defines, articulates, and establishes strategies and alternative to attain expected, measurable outcomes.Implementation: Implement the identified plan.Coordination: Implement the plan and associated processesPromotion of Health, Education, and a Safe Environment: Establish strategies to promote health,education, and a safe environment.Evaluation: Evaluate progress towards attainment of goals outcomes.STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE FOR NURSING ADMINISTRATIONEthics: Practice ethically.Culturally Congruent Practice: Practice in a safe manner that is congruent with cultural diversity and inclusion principles.Communication: Communicate effectively in in all areas of practice.Collaboration: Collaborate with health care consumers, colleagues, community leaders, and other stakeholders to advance nursing proactive and health care transformation.Leadership: Lead within the professional practice setting, profession, health care industry, and society.Education: Attain knowledge and competence that reflects current nursing practice and promotes futuristic thinking.Evidence-Based Practice and Research: Integrate evidence and research findings in to practice.Quality of Practice: Contribute to quality nursing practices.Professional Practice Evaluation: Evaluate one's own and others' nursing practice.Resource Utilization: Utilize appropriate resources to plan, allocate, provide, and sustain evidence-based, high quality nursing services that are person, population, or community centered, culturally appropriate, safe, timely, effective, and fiscally responsible.Environmental Health: Practice in an environmentally safe and healthy manner.Assume responsibilities of Nurse Executive, as needed.Position RequirementsActive Florida or multistate RN license, required.Current American Heart Association BLS Health Care Provider course completion required.Master's degree in nursing leadership, management, policy, or administration required (must hold BSN and/or Graduate degree in Nursing) (from an accredited school of nursing)Professional certification in nursing administration or other relevant management or applicable specialty, preferredMinimum of 2 years pediatric nursing experience and 5 years total nursing experience. Previous management & leadership experience preferred.by Jobble

Keywords: Nemours, Orlando , Assistant Vice President of Nursing (RN) - Acute and Critical Care Services, Executive , Orlando, Florida

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