Operational oversight and strategic direction for Cardiac Cath Lab, EP Lab, Non-invasive Cardiology services at a busy, Magnet designated facility (St. Mary's Hospital)
Primary Function/General Purpose of Position
The Director of Cardiovascular Services is responsible for the integration, facilitation, and coordination of administrative and clinical practice for the care center/division. This position serves as a professional role model, leader, mentor, and clinical resource/educator for nurse managers and other members of the health care team. The dire develops SOP goals and objectives with staff based on analysis of targeted outcome measures of clinical and managerial processes. Improves operational excellence for patients related to cost, quality, service, and patient outcomes. Is a liaison to internal and external customers, including physicians. Participates in business development activities. Is accountable for overall budget development, monitoring and variance analysis.
Must be a graduate of an accredited program of professional nursing. A BSN or higher degree in Nursing is required. A MSN is preferred.
Must possess current license as a Registered Nurse from the State of Virginia or awaiting reciprocity.
Must maintain current CPR certification.
Minimum of three (3) years of leadership/management experience in an acute care setting.
Knowledge of administrative and clinical systems, skills in systems development and implementation, evidence of excellent personnel management, communication skills and fiscal management, knowledge of quality management, and performance improvement strategies and tools.
Must have minimum of five (5) years of experience as a professional nurse.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: R062294
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