UVM Medical Center

Nursing Director Inpatient Surgical/Trauma/Rehab/Orthopedics

LocationBurlington, VT
Location and AddressBuilding Name: UVM Medical Center - Main Campus
Building NameBuilding Name: UVM Medical Center - Main Campus
DepartmentNursing Administration
ScheduleFull Time/ Regular
Standard Hours40
ShiftVariable-8hr (United States of America)
Primary Shift8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Weekend NeedsNone
Salary RangeMin/Hour $54.56   Mid/Hour $68.21  Max/Hour $81.86
RecruiterMegan Brunovsky
Job Requisition IdR0014919


Job Description

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Nursing Director of Surgical Care, Trauma & Rehab has accountability for fiscal, operational, clinical and administrative leadership for the areas within their specific scope.  This leader will work with the CNO and other nursing leaders to assure that the appropriate human, fiscal and material resources are available to provide optimal patient care delivery.  At the direction of the CNO, this leader will provide key communications to staff and key stakeholders on nursing activities within in the division of nursing.

Key accountability areas include:  Direct supervision of the nursing Surgical Care, Trauma & Rehab manager team, Organ Donation Program, nursing administration assistant and nurse educators within the service line.  Keys areas of responsibility include Baird 3, Baird 6, SICU, Inpatient Rehab, Rehab Therapies, ROC, Rehab Admissions, Trauma Program, and Organ Donation Program.  This leader provides strategic and operational direction for evidenced base workforce planning and patient care.  This leader has accountability to work within partnerships with patients and families and the UVMMC Nursing Professional Governance structure to advance the strategic priorities of Nursing and the organization.   

In alignment with the UVMMC Leadership Core Competencies, the Nursing Director will have accountability for creating a high performance culture, coaching and developing others, demonstrate a commitment to care and service, be skilled at navigating and leading change, demonstrate innovation and ingenuity and develop and maintain trusting relations.  This leader will demonstrate a high level of emotional intelligence as evidenced by strength in each of the previous outlined areas.  The Director of Surgical Care Trauma & Rehab  is accountable for the ongoing development of leadership staff within his/her specified areas/units.

EDUCATION:
BSN required, Masters in Nursing or related field preferred. Demonstrated commitment to life-long learning required. Active licensure, (in good standing) as an RN in the State of Vermont required.

EXPERIENCE:

Five years nursing leadership experience.

Experience in integrated health systems in an academic medical center preferred.

Experience at the director level in Healthcare setting within Nursing preferred.

The University of Vermont Medical Center is committed to being a national model for the delivery of high quality academic health care for a rural region.

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