Associate Chief Nursing Officer - Emergency Services
Cambridge Health Alliance
Massachusetts

Job Description



Department: Nursing Leadership

Location: CHA Cambridge Hospital, Cambridge, MA

Employment Type: Full Time

Job Type: Non-Union

Work Shift: Days

Work Days: Monday-Friday (with 24/7 accountability)

Hours/Week: 40

Date Posted: Oct-17-17

Requisition Number: hrq-78173

Job Details:

  • Under the direction of the Sr. VP PCS/CNO, the Associate Chief Nursing Officer (ACNO), for Emergency Services is a key member of the Nursing Executive team. With his/her colleagues, the ACNO provides strategic and operational leadership for Emergency Services in Nursing. The ACNO will provide visionary leadership to individuals and interdisciplinary teams, which ultimately serve to advantage the care for patients, families and the community we serve. Collaboration with senior leadership, management, and physician colleagues to achieve programmatic goals is a key expectation. The role requires the synthesis of expert knowledge in Nursing, scientific research, and clinical practice standards in the practice setting. This ACNO will be responsible for overseeing activities within the Nursing Division related to emergency nursing practice, research, care delivery systems, evidenced based practice, and nursing outcomes improvement.

    Demonstrated ability to develop an effective management team; to mentor and coach first-line managers and to delegate appropriately to achieve departmental goals and objective. Demonstrated ability to establish a culture that recruits, retains and supports staff as evidenced by staff satisfaction results. Must have strong motivational skills and the ability to inspire, engage and empower others. A credible manager and leader with strong operations experience and an appreciation for the complexities associated with departmental-wide problem solving. Experience with, and a genuine commitment to, a professional practice culture of accountability focused on excellent performance in customer service, patient satisfaction, and patient safety. An effective communicator exemplified by timely follow-up, meeting participation, effective union negotiating skills, the ability to summarize and frame issues, discussions, conclusions, and develop effective communication plans. Fiscal competency demonstrated by the development of annual budgets reflecting staffing, capital, and other operating expenses.

    Qualifications/Experience:
    Current Massachusetts RN license required. Bachelors degree in Nursing required. Masters degree in nursing, healthcare administration, business or a related field required. National Nursing Certification required or obtained within one year of hire. Minimum of five years experience in emergency nursing with an additional two years experience with management responsibilities.

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Qualifications/Experience:
Current Massachusetts RN license required. Bachelors degree in Nursing required. Masters degree in nursing, healthcare administration, business or a related field required. National Nursing Certification required or obtained within one year of hire. Minimum of five years experience in emergency nursing with an additional two years experience with management responsibilities.

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Date Posted : 10/18/2017