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We are searching for an Assistant Clinical Director of Inpatient Nursing – someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you’ll manage and oversee clinical, administrative, and Human Resources activities, as well as coordinate and ensure the delivery of high-quality, developmentally-appropriate, and family-centered care at the unit level.
Experience needed: Pediatric Critical Care (PICU and/or CVICU)
Formal Leadership (Direct Reports), 3 - 5 years
Experience preferred: Professional Certification
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Partner with staff, medical, and unit leadership to ensure clinical excellence within a family-centered care environment, utilize multiple resources for information and reports, and participate as a full partner with the Medical Director and other members of the health care team
• Demonstrate astute fiscal accountability, by using appropriate management techniques and justification for personnel, equipment, supplies, capital, and other resources
• Create and facilitate the collaboration and cooperation among diverse groups, people, and professional disciplines to achieve the desired results
• Facilitate staff participation and join the Quality Outcomes program and other unit-based quality initiatives for the purpose of developing and monitoring exemplary clinical outcomes
• Commit to the ongoing development of self, the unit leadership team, and staff to achieve professional goals
• Bachelor's Degree in nursing (BSN)
• Master’s Degree (As of 3/1/19, a master's degree in nursing, business, or a healthcare field is required. For current employees in the role as of 3/1/19, must be currently enrolled in a master's degree program with completion of degree within 3 years of signing attestation form of the master's degree requirement)
• RN - License, Registered Nurse issued by the Texas Board of Nurses
• BLS - Certification, Basic Life Support issued by the American Heart Association
• 3 years experience in management/leadership
If an employee enters the job without a master's degree, the master's degree must be obtained within 3 years. The
employee must sign an attestation form, and the expiration date of the attestation must be tracked to ensure employees
meet the established deadlines for completing their education. This is tracked by HR using Education Contract Tracking