Long Island Care Center has an opportunity for an Assistant Director of Nursing Services.
We are looking for an experienced Assistant Director of Nursing to assist with and organize and assist with overseeing all nursing operations of the facility.
Strong clinical skills necessary.
To lead re-hospitalization prevention program
Areas of responsibility will include: Infection Control & Staff Education
You will create a collaborative and efficient workplace with attention to quality standards and policies. There, all personnel will be able to do their best in caring for patients.
Our Assistant Director of Nursing is required to be a hard-working and compassionate registered nurse who steadily developed their managerial and administrative skills. Being efficient, dedicated, a good listener and a problem-solver is what will open our door for you.
The goal is to foster an excellent environment that will support everyone in working to the benefit of our skilled rehab and patients alike.
Direct, oversee and evaluate all nursing personnel (registered nurses, LPN etc.)
Guide staffing procedures
Set objectives and long-term goals for the nursing department
Organize and coordinate admission, nursing and patient care procedures
Develop and enforce policies aiming for legal compliance and high-quality standards
Control budgets and monitor expenditures
Resolve issues and deficiencies when needed
Manage record-keeping procedures
Collaborate with other departments and professionals to streamline operations
Report to upper management
Proven experience as director of nursing
In-depth knowledge of nursing home procedures
Understanding of basic budgeting and financial reporting
Great knowledge of legal regulations and best practices in healthcare
Willingness to keep abreast of changing standards in nursing administration
Excellent ability to lead and develop personnel
Great communication and people skills
Outstanding organizational and stress management skills
Aptitude in problem-solving
Degree in nursing;
Valid nursing and CPR certification