Director of Nursing

Salem, MA

Full Time Available | $103k to $135k + Benefits

Job Type

My client is seeking to hire three directors of Nursing for three locations in Chelsea, Mass, Salem, Mass, and Wilmington, Mass. This candidate will assume the total responsibility for the deliverance of quality resident care through the development and management of nursing personnel, fiscal resources, and the maintenance of a safe environment. He/She will organize, direct, supervise and administer nursing policy following the mission statement, policy, and procedures of the facility and nursing standards of practice.

Responsibilities:

  • Frequent rounds to all nursing units to evaluate resident care and provide support and encouragement to nursing personnel

  • To provide and accept input from Unit Coordinators in the deliverance of quality resident care.

  • Establish philosophy and objectives for the Department of Nursing.

  • Interprets and implements administrative policies.

  • Develops and revises departmental policies and procedures to assure compliance with Federal, State, Department of Public Health, and facility regulatory guidelines.

  • Communicates current nursing practice to all nursing personnel to assure compliance with actual and projected regulatory changes and medical practices.

  • Participates with other professional staff in developing and implementing policies for resident care.

  • Maintains daily contact with the Assistant Director of Nursing/Supervisor on staffing needs for all nursing units.

  • Monitors and evaluates the performance of ADON, supervisors, and other nursing personnel.

  • Manages nursing personnel which includes recruitment, selection, position assignment, orientation, in-service education, supervision, evaluation, and termination.

  • Acts as a role model to facility personnel.

  • Participates in problem-solving with staff to assure resident quality care and staff job satisfaction.

  • Maintains certification in CPR.

  • Ensures all residents' rights/dignity.


Requirements:

  • Graduate from an accredited school of nursing, B.S. degree preferred.

  • Current R.N. registration, within the state.

  • Four years’ experience is preferred with a minimum of two years long term care experience.

  • Fully Vaccinated ( We service the elderly community!)


Benefits:

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision

  • Paid vacations, Sick days, and personal days

  • Tuition reimbursement

  • Free parking