at USA Medical Staff (view profile)
Published October 8, 2022
Location San Francisco, California
Category Nurse Management - Surgical Services-Director of Nursing  
Job Type Full Time  


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Extremely competitive salary range!


The Surgical/ Oncology units (56 inpatient beds in private rooms) provide care for a variety of oncology and surgical patients including those with urological, gynecological, colorectal, head and neck, liver and pancreatic diseases. Complex wound care, ostomy care and tracheotomy care make patient education a priority for both the patients and their caregivers after discharge. Unit has the ability to admit patients requiring telemetry and/or continuous pulse oximetry.
Multiple opportunities exist for nurses to coordinate innovative treatment modalities for the oncology patient population on this unit. Nurses are able to work in an area where a dynamic, interdisciplinary, supportive and healing approach is the focus.
This unit provides the opportunity to work in a cutting edge environment were excellent care can be provided in a patient and family focused setting. Chemotherapy certification is available for staff RNs and is required for the staff who administer chemotherapy.
In this role, the Unit Director will design and oversees nursing and administrative operations in large and / or multiple patient care areas. Accountable for the overall administrative planning and coordination of the staffing, fiscal and material resources on a 24-hour basis. Assists with the development and implementation of new programs and policies. Direct reports are typically supervisors and managers.
Required Qualifications
  • Progressive and recent nursing administration and leadership experience in an acute care unit in an academic medical center at the assistant nurse manager or above level (within the last 3-5 years)
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Nursing required
  • Registered Nurse in the State of California
  • BLS by American Heart Association
  • Strong hospital management experience, with progressive and in-depth expertise in patient care services. Knowledge of hospital / clinic operations in a hospital or medical center setting; knowledge of appropriate professional standards for the department and team
  • Excellent communications and interpersonal skills to foster and promote an environment for effective communication and collaborative decision making across multiple units and disciplines
  • Excellent leadership, fiscal and operations management skills, with the ability to collaborate effectively with physicians, management and staff from all disciplines. Ability to create and maintain a goal-oriented climate of teamwork, collaboration and consistent achievement of objectives
  • Strong knowledge of relevant healthcare information technology and patient care workflows and processes
  • Strong knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements, as well as related legislative, accreditation, licensing and compliance environments
Preferred Qualifications
  • Masters Degree
  • ANCC RN specialty certification in Nurse Executive or Nurse Executive-Advanced

Require License/Certification

  • Registered Nurse in the State of California
  • BLS by American Heart Association
SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS [note: bold skills and certification are required]
Progressive nursing admin/leadership, Asst. nurse manager experience or above within last 3-5 years)
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
Registered Nurse in the State of California
Current American Heart Association BLS certification
Security Clearance Required: No
Visa Candidate Considered: No
Benefits - Full
Relocation Assistance Available - Possible for ideal candidate
Commission Compensation - No
Bonus Eligible - Yes
Overtime Eligible - No
Interview Travel Reimbursed - No
5+ to 7 years experience
Seniority Level - Mid-Senior
Management Experience Required - Yes
Minimum Education - Bachelor's Degree
Willingness to Travel - Occasionally
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