Director of Nursing – Cardiovascular Services – Orlando in Orlando, FL at FH Orlando

Date Posted: 8/31/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Job Schedule
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Orlando, FL
  • Date Posted:
    8/31/2018
  • Job ID:
    270209
  • Job Function
    Nursing Management
  • Travel
    No
  • Shift
    Day
  • AHS Zone
    2-Legacy System
  • Organization
    Florida Hospital

Job Description



Director of Nursing – Nursing Administration – Orlando

Florida Hospital Orlando seeks to hire a Director of Nursing who will embrace our mission to extend the healing ministry of Christ.



Facility Profile:

Located on a lush tropical campus, our flagship hospital, 1,107-bed Florida Hospital Orlando, serves as the major tertiary facility for much of the Southeast, the Caribbean and South America. Florida Hospital Orlando houses one of the largest Emergency Departments and largest cardiac catheterization labs in the country. We are already one of the busiest hospitals in the nation, providing service excellence to more than 32,000 inpatients and 125,000 outpatients each year.



Department Profile

At Florida Hospital Orlando, we offer patients battling cardiovascular disease some of the most innovative and advanced care around. Our Florida Hospital Cardiovascular Institute is one of the largest and best-regarded cardiac facilities in the country. It’s also the only facility in Central Florida that performs heart transplants. Every year, we see more than 70,000 cardiac patients, including 25,000 who seek emergency care and 2,000 who require cardiac surgery. Since 1981, we’ve performed more than 82,000 open-heart procedures, more than anyone else in Florida. We treat more patients with cardiovascular and vascular disease, and more female cardiac patients, than any other hospital in the United States. Please visit www.fhcardiaccareers.com for more info!



Work Hours/Shifts:

M-F; 8a-5p



Job Summary:

The Director of Nursing is a registered professional nurse with comprehensive responsibility for the assessment, problem identification, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and coordination of all processes which impact the quality and quantity of care delivered to the patients of specific age groups identified by the standards of care. The Director of Nursing assures evaluation of outcomes that promote high quality practice delivery in assigned patient areas. The Director of Nursing provides leadership in the delivery of care and nursing practice both in the clinical unit and the organization. The Director of Nursing interacts with staff, and contributes to the professional development of the leadership team in her areas of responsibility, leadership peers, and other colleagues. The Director of Nursing collaborates as needed with all levels of nursing staff, interdisciplinary teams, executive leaders, and other stakeholders in relation to the delivery of quality care. The Director of Nursing acts as an advocate for the protections and rights of individuals, families, communities, populations, healthcare providers, nursing, other professions, institutions, and organizations, especially related to health and safety. The Director of Nursing accepts organizational accountability for services provided to recipients in their assigned areas and participates in planning the success of patient experience and outstanding customer service activities. The Director of Nursing promotes a learning environment that is open, respectful, and promotes the sharing of expertise to promote the benefits of health outcomes. The Director of Nursing develops both unit activities that support the elements of extending excellence. Is knowledge of and adheres to the Florida Hospital Corporate Compliance Plan, the ANA Code of Ethics, the ANA Scope and Standard for Nursing Practice, State Board of Nursing Practice Act, the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies, and the rules and regulations of all applicable local, state, and federal agencies and accrediting bodies. The Director of Nursing will be over a variety of departments including: ICU, PCU, Surgical, Nursing Pool, Nursing Education, Sitters, Rapid Response and Nursing Supervisors. In addition, the Director of Nursing actively participates in outstanding customer service and accepts responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.



Knowledge, Skills, Education, & Experience Required:

  • Demonstrates a broad clinical nursing knowledge
  • Demonstrates competency in personal leadership abilities
  • Demonstrates the ability to develop and mentor others to their optimum levels of skill and professionalism
  • Demonstrates business and human resource skills as they relate to assigned areas of service
  • Demonstrates competency in regards to communication and relationship building
  • Demonstrates the ability to include evidence-based practice standards for care delivery in their area of specialty
  • Is a role model for professionalism
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science degree in Nursing (MSN) required at time of hire/promotion
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science degree in Nursing (MSN) required as of January 1, 2016, if hired prior to October 14, 2012
  • Minimum two years progressive management experience
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) or Master of Science degree in Nursing (MSN) highly preferred until December 31, 2015 (preferred)
  • Master’s degree in related field (preferred)
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in nursing with two years’ experience in leadership roles in a comparable health care entity (preferred)
  • Experience in the clinical setting related to area(s) of specialty (preferred)


Licensure, Certification, or Registration Required:

  • Current, valid Florida State Board of Nursing registered professional nurse license
  • National certification in nursing specialty (Preferred)


Job Responsibilities:

Demonstrates through behavior Florida Hospital’s Core Values of Integrity, Compassion, Balance, Excellence, Stewardship and Teamwork as outlined in the organization’s Performance Excellence Program

  • CLINICAL NURSING KNOWLEDGE – Is able to articulate clinical knowledge related to the care of assigned patient areas. Provides clinical expertise or is able to resource clinical expertise as needed. •Promotes care delivery with respect for individuals’ rights and preferences. •Participates in nursing and organizational policy formulation and decision-making utilizing clinical expertise as a guideline. Assures organizational clinical policies and procedures are reviewed and updated in accordance with evidence based practice. •Assesses and evaluates the quality and appropriateness of health care delivered to assigned patient population •Maintain knowledge of current nursing practice and the roles and functions of patient care team members. •Maintains current knowledge of patient care delivery systems and innovations; is able to articulate various delivery systems and patient care models and the advantages/disadvantages of each. Determines when new delivery models are appropriate, envisions them, and implements as needed. •Active participant or leader of clinical committees that affect patient care and outcomes.
  • LEADERSHIP KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES- Possesses the critical thinking skills necessary to address ideas, beliefs, or viewpoints of others and lead others in the appropriate direction. Demonstrates reflective leadership and realizes that leadership begins from within. •Promotes system thinking as a value in the nursing organization. Considers the impact of service line nursing decisions on the healthcare organization as a whole. •Builds loyalty and commitment throughout their service area. Is able to merge divergent ideas and viewpoints for the good of the service line. •Acts as a change agent, utilizing change theory to plan for the implementation of organizational change, supports staff during the change, and adapts leadership style to the situations of the change. •Assumes oversight for overall staffing of assigned areas. Assures overall staffing is effective, efficient, and promotes the delivery of quality care. Assures that staff is representative of the population diversity though oversight of recruitment, selection, and retention of personnel. •Assures there is appropriate orientation for new staff and appropriate methodologies for ongoing competency assessment of seasoned staff. Monitors timely completion of performance evaluations, sets goals and provides feedback and counseling to employees. •Coordinates nursing care with other healthcare disciplines, and assists in integrating services across the continuum of health care. Rounds with intention on the nursing units, engaging staff and leading out in maintaining an environment of safety. •Assesses plans in order to address issues such as; ethnic, cultural, and diversity changes in the population; political and social influences; financial and economic issues; aging of society and demographic trends; ethical issues; and, environmental influences on health. •Nursing leadership resource for Nurse Managers and team to achieve nursing specific and hospital overall goals and accountabilities. Reviews data and engages with nursing leadership and other departments to meet five element dashboards and unit scorecards (hospital acquired conditions). Creates action plans to achieve positive outcomes. •Integrates Evidence Based Practice into daily operations and care of patients. •Accepts organizational accountability for service line outcomes; holds leadership and staff accountable for outcomes and work performed. •Hold self and others accountable for performance improvement outcomes
  • DEVELOP AND MENTOR/PROFESSIONALISM – Is able to identify, develop, and mentor others in order for them to meet their fullest potential at the organization. Maintains a high level of professionalism in order to be seen as a role model for the nursing staff. •Facilitates educational experiences for nursing and other students •Provides direct mentoring for all NM’s assigned to their area and any high potential ANM’s identified. Coaches others in developing personal career plans. •Participates in teaching opportunities throughout the organization. •Acts as a lead or sponsor in process improvement opportunities within the organization (beyond unit scope). •Chairs committees at the campus or system level and encourages staff involvement in hospital based committees. •Promotes nursing management as a desirable specialty and assures there is a succession plan for his/her own position. Actively mentors others into the leadership role. •Values feedback and is a proponent of lifelong learning. Is able to learn from successes and failures, and seeks mentorship from respected colleagues. •Maintains professional proficiency by participating in continuing education and appropriate learning experiences, both internal and external. Attends pertinent conferences and seminars regarding clinical nursing, business, or management. •Creates an environment in which others are setting expectations and holding each other accountable; professional and personal growth is an expectation. •Answers for the results of one’s own behaviors and actions. •Integrates high ethical standards and core values into everyday work activities and creates a work environment that has a reputation for high ethical standards. •Role models the perspective that patient care is the core of the organization’s work. •Participates in at least one professional organization and encourages others to participate in professional organizations. Responsible for planning and implementation of programs that advance the profession of nursing. •Ensures that nurses are actively engaged in decisions that affect their practice.
  • KNOWLEDGE OF REGULATORY/PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS – Demonstrates an organizational knowledge of all regulatory and professional standards that effect the operations of their areas of responsibility. •Accountable for assuring compliance and provides evidence of performance with DNV and other regulatory requirements to operate nursing licensed beds. •Participates in nursing practice changes as a result of performance improvement activities, Nursing Sensitive Care (NSC) performance measures. Accurately documents and monitors activities from data received •Operationalizes and assures compliance with CMS, OSHA,CDC and Patient Safety regulations at the service line level •Adheres to applicable practice standards that relate to their area of specialty.
  • BUSINESS/HUMAN RESOURCES SKILLS – Demonstrates the ability to understand and apply financial and human resource concepts of the organization. •Analyzes financial statements. Manages financial resources to assure needed resources are available to care for the patient. Educates patient care team members on financial implications of patient care decisions. •Develops, implements, and monitors the budget for their defined area(s) of responsibility. •Participates in workforce planning and employment decisions, champions a diverse workforce, interprets and evaluates employee satisfaction/quality of work surveys taking action as needed to assure a positive outcome. •Utilizes hospital database management, decision support, and expert systems programs to access information and analyze data from disparate sources for use in planning for patient care processes and systems. •Measures and analyzes performance from the learning, growth, business process, customer, and financial perspective. •Identifies and eliminates sexual harassment, workplace violence, and verbal/physical abuse. Implements programs to enhance work-life balance. •Participates in the implementation of bioterrorism, biohazard, and disaster readiness plans.
  • COMMUNICATION AND RELATIONSHIP BUILDING •Collaboratively demonstrates leadership skills through timely, appropriate decisions and organizational ability with appropriate priority setting. •Provides collaborative leadership in providing consistent safety and service standards for the Patient Experience Model. •Analyses patient, physician, and employee satisfaction survey information and assists with the development of unit action plans. •Effective communicates with patients, families, employees, physicians and other department leaders. •Conducts service line meetings, attend unit meetings as requested and supports activities that foster staff communication. •Maintains credibility when communicating adverse news, follows through on promises and concerns, and provides service recovery to dissatisfied customers. •Cares about people as individuals and demonstrates empathy and concern while assuring that the organizational goals are met. •Accomplishes objectives through persuasion, celebrates successes and accomplishments, and communicate a shared vision for the organization. •Practices shared-decision making in order to build collaborative relationships. •Is involved in academic relationships that affect service line concepts and is an advocate for positive physician relationship. •Facilitates work through groups through the use of committees and/or small groups.
  • If you want to be a part of a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest quality in patient care, we invite you to explore the Director of Nursing opportunity with Orlando and apply online today.



Job Keywords:

Director, Director of Nursing, Orlando



Position Location:  Orlando
Job:  Nursing Management
Organization:  Florida Hospital
Primary Location:  US-FL-Orlando
Schedule:  Full-time
Shift:  Day
Job Level:  Director
Education Level:  Bachelor's Degree
Travel:  No
Job Posting:  Aug 31, 2018, 9:35:09 AM

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