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Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer

Grand View Health
Souderton, PA

The Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) at Grand View Health provides leadership at the executive level for system-wide nursing services and contributes to the development and execution of the system’s strategic plan. The successful candidate will have the ability to build and lead a strong nursing team committed to the highest standards of nursing practice and quality of patient care. The CNO works under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer.

Responsibilities

Leadership responsibility for system-wide nursing services ensuring high-quality care and an excellent patient experience through accountable leadership.

Collaborates and participates with the governing body, executive team, medical staff, and clinical management team to identify, develop and execute the delivery of patient care.

Communicates and executes a strategy supporting standards of patient care and services that meet patient care delivery needs of the hospital, ambulatory care, and post-acute care service lines.

A strong focus on Quality, Safety, and the Patient Experience.

Financial experience that includes operational and capital budget preparation; data utilization to assist with cost/benefit analyses and allocation of resources and reviewing monthly financial reports to identify trends and performance metrics.

Professional Practice

Ensure that patient care delivery models and clinical and staffing standards for nursing are consistent with evidence–based nursing practice and consistent with professional standards, accreditation standards, state and federal regulations, and other regulatory bodies.

Align all aspects of nursing with the Grand View Health Mission, Vision and Values statements.

Participate in planning and evaluation of clinical programs and services.

Direct the development of strategies to promote recruitment, retention, and recognition of excellence in nursing.

Recommend and advocate the adoption and use of technology to advance continuity of care.

Promote clinical integration across the system to advance patient safety and outcomes while monitoring quality and maintaining continuous survey readiness.

Requirements

Bachelor’s and Master’s degree required, one of which must be in Nursing.

Extensive clinical nursing and management experience with a minimum of seven (7) years in senior nursing leadership roles.

Must have a current PA nursing license.

Prior CNO experience preferred.

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with the system’s management team, medical staff, and employees.

An advanced level of knowledge acquired through completion of formal and continuing education in Nursing, health policy, regulatory compliance, process redesign and management are essential.

Knowledge of nursing staffing methods, retention, recruitment, and finance.

Proven strategic-thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills.

To apply, please contact Heather McCloskey.

Director of Nursing

Bryn Mawr Hospital
Bryn Mawr, PA

Main Line Health is a non-profit, 5-hospital Magnet Health System. Located in the heart of the Bryn Mawr community is Bryn Mawr Hospital: a 319-bed not-for-profit acute care hospital, easily accessible from all areas of the Philadelphia and the western suburbs. For more than 100 years, Bryn Mawr Hospital has provided quality compassionate care to our patients. We have made it our mission to provide patients with a superior patient experience. This translates to the consistent delivery of safe, high quality clinical care in the absence of preventable harm. Today, the Hospital continues its leadership as a sophisticated community hospital offering advanced medical technology and access to the most qualified medical staff in the region.

Why Work at Bryn Mawr Hospital?

The Philadelphia Business Journal named Bryn Mawr Hospital one of the top ten "Best Places to Work" in the Delaware Valley. We also rank among Modern Healthcare's top 100 places in the nation to work in healthcare. The hospital has been named among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals for the Philadelphia metro area and has been nationally recognized by Press Ganey, Truven Analytics, and The Joint Commission for its high quality patient care. The Hospital has received Magnet® designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the nation’s highest award for recognizing excellence in nursing care. At Bryn Mawr Hospital, we have a highly professional nursing staff: 70% are certified, and 76% have their BSN.

We are committed to providing exceptional care with empathy and compassion for people at all stages in life. Our Diversity, Respect and Inclusion Initiative celebrates our differences and our similarities. Ultimately, we want everyone to feel respected for who they are.

Seeking a Director of Nursing

Exciting opportunity for an innovative Director of Nursing at Bryn Mawr Hospital that would oversee several areas including critical care, telemetry, and the emergency department. This position would report to the Regional Vice President of Patient Care Services, and would have 5-6 direct reporting Managers who each oversee the day-to-day operations of multiple nursing units and patient care services.

The Director of Nursing would be responsible for but not limited to:

  • The managerial functions of setting strategic initiatives, objectives, budgetary and financial responsibility, staffing and directing activities of assigned areas of responsibilities.
  • Partners with the Regional Vice President of Patient Care Services in the strategic implementation of system goals.
  • May assume administrative responsibility for designated areas in the absence of the Regional Vice President of Patience Care Services.
  • Implements the strategic plan providing direction for the nursing department, shared decision-making initiatives at the hospital and system levels to support a superior patient experience.

Experience:

1. Minimum of 5 years progressive experience in Nursing Administration, prior management experience required. Director-level experience preferred.
2. Recent acute care experience required.
3. Critical Care and/or Emergency Room experience preferred.
4. Knowledge of administrative concepts, organizational behavior, management processes, understanding group dynamics as they pertain to health care organizations.
5. Knowledge of current national nursing practices.
6. Ability to lead change, build & lead teams, and develop & maintain inter-professional relationships with senior executives and physicians.
7. Maintains executive competence in speaking and writing.

Education:

1. MSN or other related Masters Degree required.
2. Graduation from an accredited school of professional nursing.

Licensures & Certifications:

1. A current RN license.
2. Certification highly preferred.

We offer an extremely competitive compensation package including Paid-Time Off, health/dental/vision/prescription coverage, wellness programs, retirement plans, and extensive continuing education support / tuition reimbursement.

If interested in leading a collaborative Nursing team, please send your resume to Lindsey Breiner and apply online to http://www.mainlinehealth.org/careers.

Applicants must certify that they have not used tobacco products or nicotine in any form in the 90-days prior to submitting an application to Main Line Health. This will be verified during pre-employment testing.

We are an equal opportunity employer.

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