A prestigious hospital in Massachusetts is actively seeking a Nurse Director Women and Children’s Services to join their team.
Part of a nationally recognized health system, The Nurse Director Women and Children’s Services will join a reputable organization, working out of their 300-bed hospital in Massachusetts. This hospital offers state-of-the-art technology, world-class specialists, and array of inpatient and outpatient services including their Level III Trauma Center, Cardiovascular Care, and Behavioral Health programs.
Reporting to the Chief Nursing Officer, the Nurse Director Women and Children Services will have 24/7 accountability overseeing the labor delivery, mother baby, and nursery unit. The inpatient maternal-child health unit provides expecting mothers a full spectrum of care. To create a family-focused environment, this hospital offers private labor and delivery rooms equipment with advanced technology, along with a compassionate team of specialized physicians, obstetrical nurses, and resources readily available. The level 2 special care nursery has a dedicated team and work-class physicians watching over the newborns.
Administrative responsibilities of the Nurse Director Women and Children Services include overseeing department workflow and scheduling, developing quality performance improvement initiatives, creating and maintaining the department budgets, monitoring and reporting inpatient population trends, and updating policies and procedures, and ensuring state and federal regulatory compliance is consistently maintained. The Nurse Director Women and Children Services will be a resource, mentor, and educator to their team of Nurse Managers, Nurse Educators, registered nurses, technicians, and ancillary staff.
The Nurse Director Women and Children Services will be a strong communicator, up-to-date on best practices and techniques, a critical thinker, and someone who is excited to lead a growing team. Ideally, the Nurse Director Women and Children Services will hold an RN license with a clinical background working in a labor delivery or special care nursery. The Nurse Director Women and Children Services should also have previous leadership experience.
The Nurse Director Women and Children Services will work at a hospital located in a suburb of Massachusetts, just south of Boston. With a dense-suburban feel, this city is filled with an array of coffee shops, local boutiques, diners, and local parks. Because the hospital is easily commutable, the Nurse Director Women and Children Services has the luxury of residing in either one of the surrounding suburbs or in downtown Boston.
Advance your career, join a reputable health system, and work alongside a group of highly specialized individuals today as their Nurse Director Women and Children Services. This acute care hospital is actively interviewing candidates and is prepared to offer a compensation package, including a competitive salary, full suite of healthcare benefits, a savings plan, tuition reimbursement, and more. Additionally, there may be a potential sign-on bonus or relocation assistance provided to qualified candidates. This hospital is actively interviewing, so don’t miss out, apply today!