Women's Services Director - Spring Creek, NV at Healthcare Employment Partners
Healthcare Employment Partners
Spring Creek, NV
New opening for a Women's Services Director in the Northeast area of Nevada in the Central Basin area.
Responsibilities of the Women's Services Director:
This position oversees the operations of Labor & Delivery and Post-Partum Departments and Newborn Nursery.
Plans, directs and coordinates all operational activities for areas of responsibility.
Develops policies and procedures as well as the quality improvement programs for areas of responsibility.
Develops the capital and operating budgets.
Ensures areas of responsibility are appropriately staffed by hiring and retaining competent staff.
As a member of the Hospital’s management team makes a significant contribution to the public's perception of the hospital.
Performs additional duties as assigned.
Responsible for positive customer satisfaction results. responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable regulations and guidelines as set by federal, state, local and other agencies (i.e, JCAHO, Medicare, CMS).
Facilitates positive productive relationships with physicians
Requirements of the Women's Services Director:
Bachelor’s degree in Nursing required.
Minimum 5 years of acute care hospital experience. Obstetric, fetal monitoring, and nursing leadership experience required.
Nevada licensed Registered Nurse.
American Heart Association certifications in BLS, ACLS, and NRP required on hire.
Requires knowledge of department and hospital policies and procedures. The ability to retrieve, communicate or otherwise present information in a written, typed, auditory or visual fashion is essential.
The methods used to express or exchange ideas are by spoken, written, or typed words. Written and manual dexterity skills are also required for the position.
Ability to assess a variety of complex situations and determine the most effective means to resolve situations.
Leadership skills in decision making, problem solving, and interpersonal relations are involved in the daily contacts of working with department directors.
Sets the climate for cooperation between co-workers and shifts for a smooth-running operation.
About the facility:
A land of adventure, capable of stretching the limits of your adventure, meeting and/or convention to its fullest. The raw majesty of the Ruby Mountains and the rugged canyon streams will let you discover the unspoiled drama of the West. So whether your next adventure is a short trip up Lamoille Canyon, fishing at Southfork or Wild Horse Reservoirs, an ATV or snowmobiling trip at Merritt Mountain or just enjoying the many activities that the County has to offer, you will discover why "The Adventure Starts Here!"
The city sits at an elevation of 5,060 feet. This high desert community experiences four mild annual seasons. Fall is spectacular, heralding in warm days and cool evenings. Winter months bring average high temperatures between 37-43 degrees with lows averaging between 25-31 degrees. Spring months bring warmer temperatures accompanied by cool nights. During the warm summer months the average high falls between 80-90 degrees. Much of the County's precipitation comes in the form of snowfall. The annual average is less than 10 inches. The dry climate provides a moderate climate, making it an ideal year-round vacation spot to experience a variety of recreations and outdoor sports.