Cardiovascular Center- Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit
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 cardiovascular nursing and confidence to help us define and deliver the highest level of patient care.
In collaboration with the MPLAN partner/ Medical Director you will help to create and support an environment where cutting-edge and innovative care is provided to a continually growing number of adult medicine patients.
The Clinical Nursing Director will plan and manage the clinical and administrative operations of the 24-bed Adult Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit.
Assure implementation of patient care and quality assurance standards; and to plan, organize and evaluate clinical practice and educational activities.
Participate in planning, development and implementation of unit policies, goals and objective and standard of nursing practice.
Counsel and evaluate the performance and clinical practice of the nursing staff. This includes staff develop programs, unit orientation to ensure compliance with practice standards. Identify and resolve unit operational problems.
Actively collaborate in the development of annual budgets; manage and provide variance reporting of activity, payroll, commodity, & capital budgets; participate in the new program development & implementation; work closely with the MPLAN partner/ Medical Director to create and support an environment where cutting-edge and innovative care is provided to a continually growing number of adult medicine patients.
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan.
Master's degree in Nursing or Health Care Administration, Public Health, Business or related field (a Juris Doctor degree may be considered). If Master's degree is not in Nursing, a Bachelor's degree in Nursing is required.
Two (2) years recent leadership experience, to include demonstrated leadership, management, communication, counseling, problem solving, decision making, conflict resolution and group process skills.
Minimum of five (5) years of nursing experience with demonstration of progressive clinical competence.
Two (2) years recent supervisory experience in cardiovascular disease management; ICU supervisory experience is highly desired.
Minimum of five (5) years of RN experience with demonstration of progressive clinical competence in cardiovascular disease management is desired.