• Assistant Director of Nursing Unit- Med/Surg/Tele - FT - 604679

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    Clinical Licensed
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  • Overview

    The Assistant Director (AD), under the direction of the Director of Nursing Unit(s) and CNO/ACNO, is responsible for:
    • The 24 hour operations of the unit(s) assigned.
    • Clinical staffing based on identified staffing matrix and productivity metrics; and changing patient volumes, care needs and services provided.
    • Recruitment, selection, integration and retention of unit staff to meet patient care needs.
    • Ongoing evaluation and assessment of staff knowledge and skills of unit staff and development of plan to increase skill/knowledge and staff performance in areas of identified deficiency or career growth.
    • Serves as a role model of GCRMC mission, vision and values and standards of behavior.
    • Monitors financial and operational performance of unit(s), completes variance reports and makes recommendations to improve unit performance to meet or exceed defined budgets.
    • Maintains clinical competence in areas of responsibility.


    • Graduate from an accredited Nursing program. BSN/Baccalaureate degree preferred; part-time or greater enrollment in baccalaureate degree program required within one year of hire/reclassification date for candidates hired after July 2016.
    • Certification: Current American Heart – Basic Life Support (BLS) card; ACLS preferred; maintains all required certifications and clinical competencies and skills for clinical unit; national (clinical and/or leadership) certification desired within two years of hire/reclassification date.
    • Licensure: Holds an unencumbered current New Mexico RN license
    • Two years recent clinical and/or management experience appropriate to area of responsibility.
    • Demonstrates clinical, leadership, and communication skills necessary to define goals, lead teams, resolve conflicts, engage with persons of varying age and culture as appropriate to the unit they are leading.
    • Ability to apply systems theories to solutions.


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