Hudson View Network Brooklyn, NY, USA
Jun 17, 2018
Job Description Assistant Director of Nursing Brooklyn, NY Currently seeking a compassionate and professional Assistant Director of Nursing to help manage the nursing department of a privately owned facility in Brooklyn, NY. The ideal candidate will be a RN (Registered Nurse) from an accredited school of nursing and have at least 2 years of experience as an Assistant Director of Nursing Services or Nursing Manager. Responsibilities of the Assistant Director of Nursing Lead, direct and monitor the delivery of health care and related health and medical services. Provide direct supervision to nurses. Plan, develop and implement procedures and policies that enhance the quality of life for people receiving services. Provide leadership to assure compliance with local, state and federal regulations and nursing practice standards. Develop and implement nursing department budgets in coordination with our management team. Provide effective nurse management that assures utilization of personnel to best meet the needs of the people receiving support and services. Develop and implement health care related training that assures the best possible delivery of health related support and services. Ensure that patient care plans contain accurate documentation and are amended as needed. Requirements of the Assistant Director of Nursing RN (Registered Nurse) from an accredited school of nursing Valid NY RN license Minimum 2 years experience as a RN (Registered Nurse) or Assistant Director of Nursing Hands on experience in a Long Term Care setting Working knowledge of nursing policies and procedures, home health and/or hospice care philosophy and patient/family relationships Strong interpersonal communication skills Company Description Hudson View Network is a medical recruiting firm whose goal is to bridge exceptional talent to superior institutions. We work with various healthcare organizations to help fill needs within their facilities. Details about the yearly salary and benefits are usually discussed during interview with the employer.