MCMC

Chief Nursing Officer/VP of Nursing

US-OR-The Dalles
ID
2017-3463
# of Openings
1
Category
Nursing
Type
Regular Full-Time
Shift
Days
Department : Name
CLINICAL ADMINISTRATION
Salary Grade
DOE
Bonus
Eligible

Overview

Mid-Columbia Medical Center (MCMC) is currently seeking a CNO/VP of Nursing.

 

MCMC is located in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge.  MCMC, with a 49-bed hospital, cancer center, wellness center, and clinics, employs over 1,000 community members. 

 

This position offers competitive pay & benefits, generous PTO, and relocation (if needed). 

Responsibilities

This position leads various hospital nursing departments, providing the strategic and operational direction required to deliver high patient outcomes and patient satisfaction through staff engagement.  Additionally, this role ensures that patient care delivery models and standards of nursing practice are consistent with current professional standards and with the mission, vision and values of the organization.  This role is a vital member who will promote, support and exemplify a culture with a focus on patient-centered care through the Planetree components, have an emphasis on the Every Encounter Counts Initiative and sustain and develop engaged employees.     

Qualifications

Education

  • BSN from Accredited Nursing School is required; Masters Degree in nursing business or healthcare administration from an accredited school is strongly preferred
  • National certification in nursing administration preferred
  • Current RN license in the State of Oregon

Experience

  • 8-10 years nursing management experience
  • Minimum five years clinical experience required

Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

  • Demonstrated knowledge of standards related to the field of practice, financial management and concepts of interpersonal relationships
  • Demonstrates expertise related to the commitment to the advancement of nursing practice and nursing profession
  • Knowledge of nursing theory and research
  • Compliance with the American Nurses’ Association Code of Ethics for Professional Nurses
  • Excellent leadership, communication and organization skills
  • Knowledge and expertise in the contents of the Oregon Professional Nurse Practice Act
  • Experience with using everyday technology tools to access, organize and store job related information

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