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Director of Obstetric Units/Inpatient Behavioral Health, Chicago, IL


Organization: Advocate Aurora Health
Category: Director
Location: Chicago, IL
Date Job Posted: May 14, 2024
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As the Director of Obstetric Units/Inpatient Behavioral Health, you will be responsible for directing the operations of multiple nursing departments including integrating operational and clinical management, providing a full continuum of inpatient services, and managing to improve organization effectiveness and increase revenues. Responsible for the practice of professional nursing and the delivery of nursing care. Establishes the clinical direction for nursing care delivery, provides clinical supervision and is responsible for quality outcomes. Responsible for attaining and maintaining adherence in prescribed regulatory standards. Coordinates operations with other departments and disciplines to provide effective, efficient and compassionate patient care. Develops, monitors and administers unit operating and capital budget. Responsible for promoting the philosophy and objectives of the nursing practice by agreeing to and supporting the Scope and Standards of Nursing Practice through management of staff and resources.

Education/Experience Required:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Typically requires 7 years of experience in nursing leadership that includes experiences in the management of multiple, large, complex acute care departments. Includes 3 years of management experience in managing staff and budgets.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required:

  • Demonstrated business, financial, and clinical skills to manage the operations of assigned departments to ensure high quality, patient focused care. Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills with the ability to develop and coach staff as well as the ability to delegate appropriately. Strong listening and critical thinking skills. Strong skills in the management of human resources. Ability to handle multiple demands simultaneously. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong planning and organization skills. Demonstrated experience in the use of personal computers, productivity software and nursing information systems
  • Registered Nurse license issued by the state in which the team member practices.

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