Outpatient Dialysis Nurse Manager

at USA Medical Staff (view profile)
Location BURLINGTON, Vermont
Date Posted September 3, 2020
Category Registered Nurse (RN)
Job Type Full Time


Salary range -  $96,6oo - $144,900


Leadership experience at a Dialysis Clinic

Vermont RN License, or willingness to obtain once offered

Bachelors in Nursing required to be considered for this role

The Nurse Manager facilitates the realization of the organization's mission, strategic plan, and values at the point of care. Plans for, leads, coordinates and facilitates the provision of quality care and service for a defined population of patients and facilitates the procurement of appropriate supplies/equipment and provides for adequate numbers and mix of staff to deliver nursing care. The Nurse Manager demonstrates excellence in problem solving, leadership, communication, fiscal responsibility and teamwork. The Nurse Manager provides leadership, consultation and collaboration in a dynamic, multidisciplinary teaching environment. She/He collaborates with administrators and other members of the health care team to design, evaluate and improve patient care systems and processes.


State of Vermont Registered Nurse (RN) license required. The University of Vermont Medical Center is moving toward an all Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) workforce. All external candidates hired into, or current employees promoted to, a RN position will be required to obtain their BSN as outlined in the terms of their offer letter. Current internal RNs are strongly encouraged to pursue a BSN to support this initiative.Master's Degree preferred, preferably in nursing management or a related health field.


Minimum of three (3) years nursing experience. Healthcare leadership experience.

Multi-site management

Manage 5 in-center hemodialysis units and one homedialysis program

6 direct reports (one nurse supervisor for each dialysis unit), 70+ indirect reports

Other titles: Group Facility Administrator, Regional Manager, Area Manager

Company Culture & Perks

Statement of Values

  • We respect the dignity of all individuals and are responsive to their physical, emotional, spiritual and social needs and cultural diversity.
  • We are just and prudent stewards of limited natural and financial resources.
  • We foster a climate which encourages both those receiving and providing care to make responsible choices.
  • We strive for excellence in quality and care and seek to continuously learn and improve.
  • We acknowledge a partnership with the community to ensure the best possible care at the right time, in the right place, and by the right provider.
  • We are caring and compassionate to each other and to those we serve.
  • We communicate openly and honestly with the community we serve.
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