Reporting to the VP of Aging Services/Administrator, the DCNS holds 24 hour clinical accountability for the nursing operations of this 153-bed Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF). This role shares a clinical matrix alignment to the Vice President of Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) of CVMC.
This position has the following primary functions/responsibilities: 1) Provides oversight for daily clinical operational management and assures that documentation of the resident care processes are in alignment with standards of care.; 2) Provides supervision of nursing personnel and promotes a strong sense of team across disciplines 3) Serves as a role model by promoting a high level of customer service and service quality for the team. 4) Serves in the role of lead nursing administrator, promoting nursing accountability with a focus on evidence-based practices; 5) Has accountability for the development and management of the nursing services budget. 6) Ensures that applicable state and federal regulatory requirements are being met in the provision of effective, high quality resident care.
Graduate of an approved professional nursing education program, Master’s degree in nursing or administration required. Currently licensed to practice in the state of Vermont. Demonstrated understanding and experience with skilled nursing facility operations and collaboration with other clinical and medical providers. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team-based environment with high level of problem solving skills. Excellent interpersonal/behavioral skills with a person-centered care and customer service orientation. Must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.
Minimum of five years of progressively responsible clinical and administrative nurse leadership experience in long term care, including experience in a skilled nursing environment/post-acute care. Must demonstrate proven performance and strong leadership skills and be able to manage efficiently and effectively in an often stressful, challenging environment. Familiarity with budgeting and financial accountability. Experience with direct supervision as well as scheduling of nursing personnel is required. Knowledge of State and Federal regulations and CMS Quality measures performance.
Internal Number: R0020133
About Central Vermont Medical Center
UVM Health Network - Central Vermont Medical Center is the largest employer in the region, excluding the State. We employ over 1200 full and part-time staff in over 80 job titles. These caring and capable individuals help us carry out the mission of the Medical Center. At UVMHN-CVMC, our goal is to create a workplace where fair treatment of staff, open communication, trust, and mutual respect can be expected. Employment at UVMHN-CVMC is offered on a non-discriminatory basis. We welcome candidates of all backgrounds and qualifications to consider employment at CVMC. We are committed to ensuring that all of our employees meet their financial, health and wellness, and professional goals. We offer a comprehensive, total compensation package that includes salary, health and wellness benefits, paid time off, and more. Our Flexible Benefits health care plan puts you more in charge of your benefits, and allows you to design a program that reflects your own personal circumstances. At Central Vermont Medical Center you will work with a diverse group of people who are highly qualified and dedicated to their jobs and their patients. As a not-for-profit hospital licensed for 122 beds and offeri...ng a full spectrum of comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care services, along with 24-hour physician staffed emergency care, our hospital offers a wide spectrum of health care opportunities.