At Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center, you can learn, grow and thrive – all while shaping the future of medicine. As central Ohio’s only academic medical center, we value learning, development and innovation. Ohio State is always looking for experienced professionals to join our team, and right now we are currently seeking an experienced Chief Nursing Officer for our Health System.
The Chief Nurse Officer (CNO) is responsible for the practice of nursing at the OSU Wexner Medical Center by ensuring consistency in the standard of nursing practice across the clinical settings. As a member of the OSUWMC nurse executive team, the CNO supports and facilitates an interdisciplinary team approach to the overall delivery of care to patients, families, and the community. The CNO leads quality, safety, and innovation initiatives in partnership with the Hospital Executive Directors. The Chief Nurse Officer ensures the vision, strategic direction, and the advancement of the profession of Nursing at OSU Wexner Medical Center under the direction of the Chief Nurse Executive.
The Chief Nurse ensures the continued advancement of the nursing profession throughout the health system. This position is responsible for driving the nursing strategic plan in collaboration with health system executive directors to deliver excellent patient care. The role will include responsibility for performance improvement, program management, business operations, budgets, resource utilization, financial stewardship, and maintenance of the professional contract with the Ohio State University Nursing Organization (OSUNO). The Chief Nurse will lead the overall operations in nursing which includes oversight, support and advocacy for nursing quality, patient safety, nurse engagement, physician collaboration, and service excellence.
Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) or Master’s degree in Nursing required. Doctorate or advanced degree in health-related field (e.g., health services, public health, nursing, business or health administration) preferred. Minimum ten years of administrative responsibility within a complex academic health care organization and with progressive experience in nursing leadership roles. Current Ohio RN license required.
Maintain current Ohio license. Meet mandatory educational and health requirements. Demonstrate competence in essential job functions. Maintain and seek knowledge related to evidence based practice, patient care issues, quality improvement, financial management, current policies, procedures, and protocols.
If you or if you know a colleague who would be interested, please contact Precious Suchora Farroni at Precious.SuchoraFarroni@osumc.edu.
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.
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