Senior Director, Nursing for Maternal Fetal Neonatal Institute (MFNI)
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital
St. Petersburg, FL Full Time (40 hours), Day Shift
At Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, our mission is to provide leadership in child health through treatment, education, advocacy and research. Our team members are equally passionate about their commitment to excellence and apply their expertise to a wide range of comprehensive pediatric services. In return for their dedication, we provide exceptional training and mentorship in a work environment that fosters collaboration and recognizes individual achievement.
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Senior Director, Nursing - Maternal Fetal Neonatal Institute
The Senior Director is key member of the nursing leadership team and a designated Institute or Department and is responsible for setting strategies and the future direction of the Nursing Division/Institute or other clinical area of responsibility. In support of professional nursing practice the Senior Director of Nursing provides leadership and creates a culture that supports the delivery of patient centered, specialized, evidence based nursing care across the continuum through an interprofessional approach to treatment, research, education and advocacy. Through collaborative practice with all members of the care team, this role is responsible for patient outcomes that meet the high quality of care provided by JHACH.
In collaboration with the Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer (VP/CNO) participates in the development, implementation and monitoring of the Nursing Strategic Plan and other business plans that impact professional nursing practice; participates with the Institute/Department Physician Leader and Sr. Director Institute Administration in establishing vision and strategic direction; supports and establishes goals that connect the vision back to the hospital and effectively translates strategy into a clear vision.
Develops an environment that is supportive of shared decision making, shared governance, an engaged workforce and demonstrates personal and professional accountability in the development of high functioning teams.
Supports research and innovation to promote children's health and the advancement of the nursing profession; uses evidence based data to influence safety innovations and improve quality outcomes.
Maintains a communication system that interfaces with the medical staff and other leaders and departments to ensure quality patient care; impacts change through credible influence and negotiation with other senior leaders.
Anticipates challenges or barriers, proactively seeks solutions, acts promptly and decisively to transform ideas into improved outcomes and sustain results; effectively leads and managers change in the organization, measures the impact of changes to help quantify the effect of improvement and develop new tools to assist in performance monitoring.
Leads and supports ongoing activities that promote safe practices, safe environments, and best outcomes; develops quality improvement processes that include goals and defined performance measurements, monitors division performance against the appropriate national benchmark; promotes patient centered care.
Manages via analysis of the areas of responsibility, financial and budgetary performance including explanation and justification of actual vs. budget variations of core cost centers; directs, coordinates and or participates in the preparation of the annual operating and capital budget for the areas of responsibility, the Division of Nursing and the Institute/Department assigned.
Ensures compliance with regulatory agencies such as the Joint Commission and Agency for Healthcare Administration; develops hospital policy and provides advice and counsel for policies affecting other departments.
Implements strategies to promote the professional development of team members and enhances the delivery of clinical care and the professional growth of team members; coaches and mentors others.
Coordinates activities and ensures continual compliance with regulatory standards (i.e. TJC, CMS, AHCA, etc.)
Current Florida RN Licensure
Master's degree in nursing or related field
Minimum of ten years of management experience at a manager level
Minimum of seven years in an academic medical center or hospital/clinic environment or a health care integrated delivery system preferred
Certification as a Nurse Executive by the American Nurse's Credentialing Center or American Organization of Nurse Executives within 6 months; National Certification required
Expert verbal and written communication skills, proficiency in presentation
Strong analytical skills and experience interpreting a strategic vision into an operational model.
Able to create and maintain strong working relationships with health system management and executive leadership
Johns Hopkins Health System employs more than 20,000 people annually. Upon joining Johns Hopkins Health System, you become part of a diverse organization dedicated to its patients, their families, and the community we serve, as well as to our employees. Career opportunities are available in academic and community hospital settings, home care services, physician practices, international affiliate locations and in the health insurance industry. If you share in our vision, mission and values and also have exceptional customer service and technical skills, we invite you to join those who are leaders and innovators in the healthcare field.
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