At Michigan Medicine, our nurses are among the “Leaders & Best” in their respective fields. Their compassion, assurance and expertise define our Magnet® designated patient care and have helped us become #1 in Michigan according to U.S. News & World Report. That’s the Michigan Difference. You can provide the leadership that makes all the difference.
We’re currently seeking a strong nursing executive with a solid background in pediatric or perinatal nursing and the experience and confidence to help us define and deliver the highest level of patient care. In partnership with the Chief Clinical Officer (CCO), you will have full accountability for all aspects of nursing practice as you model and advance our values and principles with a focus on patient and family centered care. You will also need to be able to assume System Chief Nurse Executive responsibilities as needed.
Lead nursing services to execute system, hospital, and nursing priorities
Utilize a data-based approach to facilitate innovation and creativity in performance improvement and organizational change
Partner with CCO and ED to lead all improvement and expansion initiatives
Participate in strategic planning, policy formulation, and programmatic development
Mentor and coach direct reports
Develop and implement administrative policies
Collaborate with UMHS leadership and School of Nursing faculty in research and educational activities
Lead quality-related improvements to support Magnet designation
Act as preceptor/mentor for graduate nursing students
Help define and implement improvements in hospital facilities
Develop, monitor, and implement, operating and capital budgets
Recruit, select, evaluate and lead nurse managers
Establish, monitor, and implement nursing and patient care standards
Oversee collaborative activities with patient care support services
Oversee performance planning, competency, and individual development planning
Serve as an active member of the UMSN Adjunct Faculty Network
BSN with Master’s degree in nursing, hospital administration, business, public health or related field – Doctorate in nursing preferred
Current Michigan nursing licensure
Certification in nursing leadership or administration is desirable
Seven to ten years of administrative responsibility within a complex academic health care organization
Advanced experience in nursing leadership
Background in pediatric or perinatal nursing would be a plus
Experience in a unionized environment preferred
Exceptional communication, interpersonal, finance and analytical skills
Proven change management abilities
Solid experience in program planning, implementation, and evaluation
Experience in facility planning and major building projects is highly desirable
Working knowledge of University policies and procedures is a plus
Use your planning, organizational, staffing and management skills to lead and inspire a talented team of nursing professionals who embody The Michigan Difference.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Magnet® designated by the ANCC and ranked #1 in Michigan by U.S. News & World Report.
About Michigan Medicine
MICHIGAN MEDICINEMichigan Medicine is home to one of the largest health care complexes in the world. It has been the site of many groundbreaking medical and technological advancements since the Medical School first opened in 1850.Today, Michigan Medicine continues to deliver the Michigan Difference through cutting-edge research and premier patient care. Ranked No. 1 in Michigan and No. 6 in the country, Michigan Medicine’s adult hospitals were recognized among the best in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for 2017-2018. Michigan Medicine is one of the largest hospitals in Michigan and a premier academic medical center made up of U-M Hospitals and Clinics, University of Michigan Medical School and its University of Michigan Medical Group practice, one of the nation’s largest biomedical research communities, and Michigan Health Corp. — the legal entity that allows the Health System to enter into partnerships, affiliations, joint ventures and other business activitiesIn 2017, University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers earned Magnet status designation. Only 6 percent of U.S. hospitals receive this coveted honor, given to organizations that meet rigorous standards for qua...lity patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice. U-M nurses lead innovative quality improvement initiatives, train the next generation of nurses, and provide compassionate, patient-centered care to patients and their families.Our Vision: Our vision is to create the future of health care through discovery and to become the national leader in health care, health care reform, biomedical innovation and education.Mission Statement: We advance health to serve Michigan and the world.