Director of Nursing - Women's Health

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Employer
GHR Search
Location
Bowie, Maryland
Posted
Sep 29, 2021
Closes
Dec 02, 2021
Ref
2387474835
Position Type
Director
Hours
Full Time
Work Setting
Nonprofit
Director of Nursing - Maternal Health, Women's Services

A large, non-profit, multi-site healthcare system is seeking an experienced, career focused Director of Women's Services for one of their multiple, state-of-the-art hospitals in the greater Washington DC area.

Staffed with a seasoned team of experienced RN's and equipped with state-of-the-art resources, this is a great opportunity for Nurse Leader who is looking to join an organization in the midst of expansion, offering many opportunities for professional growth and career advancement!

As the Nursing Director of Women's Services, you will be responsible for the oversight of about 120 FTE's for Labor & Delivery, Special Care Nursery, Mom/Baby and a Level II NICU.

The ideal candidate will come with an extensive clinical background in women's services, with progressive leadership experience and at least 1 year of recent experience in a Director level role.

Salary & Compensation: $115,000 - $150,000/yr (DOE)

Bonus incentives
Medical/Dental/Vision - coverage starts 1st day of hire
Over 5 weeks Paid Time Off and competitive 403B
Many opportunities for professional growth and career advancement throughout this health system

Qualifications:

A minimum of 5 years of nursing experience working in women's services/maternal health - i.e. Labor & Delivery, Mother/Baby, Special Care Nursery, Neonatal Intensive Care
3-4 years of progressive nursing leadership experience within women's health
BSN, required, MSN preferred
MD licensed Registered Nurse
Ability to manage financial budgets and planning
Strong organizational and customer service skills
Proven leadership experience
Strong communication skills
Ability to create an environment that promotes staff productivity, satisfaction, and efficiency
Ability to diplomatically manage crisis situations and resolve customer service issues