St. Peters Health Director - Cancer Care Center, Days 1.0 FTE (Exempt) in Helena, Montana
JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Chief Nursing Officer, the Director of Cancer Care Center is responsible for the overall coordination of patient flow and services delivered to clients. The Director is a clinical leader who is responsible for overseeing and working collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team to support the organizational and the departmental mission, vision, values, and goals. The Director works to model patient safety, patient advocacy, teamwork, respect, and efficiency. The Director works to ensure quality patient care through efficient management of safe daily schedules/staffing. The Director has the authority to handle personnel, scheduling, and patient-related issues. The Director oversees staff competency needs and provide/participate in staff education regarding changes in standard of care, quality, and regulatory guidelines. The Director will complete to staff evaluations. The Director is responsible for contributing to and supporting identified quality improvement activities, process/performance improvement initiatives, and regulatory requirements related to Cancer Treatment and Oncology.
KNOWLEDGE/EXPERIENCE: Five years clinical nursing experience including two years of nursing supervisory experience with understanding of clinical practice in specified are preferred. Strong familiarity with all aspects of hospital operations and experience in fiscal and human resources.
EDUCATION: Graduate of accredited RN nursing program required. Associates degree in Registered Nursing required. BSN preferred. Certification preferred.
LICENSE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRY: Current Montana licensure as a Registered Nurse required. BLS certification required.
Necessary managerial skills: Exhibits a positive attitude and empathy towards others. Ability to be flexible and adapt to multiple and changing priorities. Effective interpersonal skills. Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing. A bility to manage conflict ensuring everyone is heard and respected while negotiating a mutually beneficial solution. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Willingness to serve key constituents, including patients, coworkers, and physicians. Open to customer feedback and acknowledgement of mistakes. Ability to problem solve, be creative, and think “out of the box.” Values integrity above all else, communicates ideas openly and directly, and welcomes openness and honesty from others. Follows through to foster the growth and development of others. Ability to provide clear feedback, coach, mentor, and provide positive reinforcement. Ability to inspire, motivate, and build a strong team.
Leadership Team Attributes:
*Ability to manage for key results in the areas of clinical quality, service excellence, people management, and financial management.
*Ability to create an environment with two-way communication, mutual trust and respect, and honesty.
*Ability to hire, retain, develop, and promote talented people and build team spirit through positive change.
*Ability to maintain servant leadership by effectively serving key constituents, including patients, coworkers, physicians, the organization, and the community through exceeding customer expectations.
*Ability to manage multiple and conflicting priorities, stressors, deadlines, difficult situations and/or customers effectively.
*Ability to lead independently while working collaboratively with all levels of employees, leadership, and customers.
*Ability to develop and execute strategic information to direct reports, groups of employees, and customers.
*Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
*Demonstrates integrity by being honest, respectful, and communicating ideas openly and directly, and welcoming the same from others.
*Ability to control limited healthcare resources by effectively managing the organization’s human, fiscal, technological, and other key resources.