Care Line Manage - Geriatrics and Extended Care (Nurse IV)

The Service Line Manager, Nurse IV, executes leadership that is characterized by substantial and continuous responsibility and accountability for population groups or integrated programs that cross service and/or discipline lines and influence organizational mission and health care.
The Service Line Manager reports to the Chief of Staff at the VA Medical Center, Manchester, NH.
Dimension Requirements:
Uses an analytical framework, such as the nursing process, to create an environment that facilitates the delivery of care.
Coordinates and evaluates integrated programs or demonstrates clinical excellence in management of population groups; Responsible for performance measures as they relate to the GEC Service Line, culture of change initiatives, compliance with Joint Commission, Long Term Care Institute and other regulatory agency standards; Leads GEC Service Line in culture of change and system redesign activities; Responds to Congressional Inquiries as they pertain to the GEC Service Line.
Provides leadership in addressing ethical issues that impact clients and staff in or beyond the organization and the local health care community.
Resource Utilization:
Designs, modifies, and implements systems compatible with professional standards and with the mission and goals of the organization to improve the cost-effective use of resources.
Responsible for the budgets and contracts in the GEC Service Line and all resource management.
Education/Career Development:
Develops staff for career progression.
Forecasts new knowledge needs for changing practice environments/population groups.
Plans, implements, and evaluates strategies to meet those needs.
Implements standards of professional practice and accrediting bodies, and applicable regulations.
Demonstrates leadership in developing productive working relationships with groups in other programs, services, academic settings, and community agencies 2.
Contributes to the professional growth and development of colleagues and other health care providers at the local, regional, state, or national level.
Quality of Care:
Provides leadership in improving and sustaining the quality and effectiveness of care in diverse or complex programs.
Collaborates with staff, other disciplines, faculty, and peers in developing, conducting, and evaluating research activities and programs.
Work Schedule:
The work schedule will be Monday to Friday, 7:
30am - 4pm or 8am - 4:
30pm Functional Statement Title/#:
Nurse IV, Nurse Administrator

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