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Responsible for the direction and supervision of nursing staff/activities to maintain consistency and efficiency in meeting departmental goals and objectives. Responsible for making administrative decisions utilizing knowledge of long term care policies and nursing standards. Ensures compliance with standards of nursing practice to promote optimal health care delivery. Demonstrates knowledge of the gerontological and non-gerontological patient's physical, social, emotional, and psychological needs based on the health care needs required.
Education and Training/Experience
Graduate of accredited school of nursing with current licensure in the State of Missouri.
Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or its equivalent preferred.
Three to four years of recent nursing experience during which administrative and supervisory competency has been demonstrated.
One year management experience preferred.
Current RN licensee
Skills and Abilities
Communication, organization, and planning skills required.