Southwest District has an exciting opportunity for a Nurse Program Manager. This position requires licensure as a Registered Nurse.
This position will provide leadership, supervision, and management of the medical care services and programs provided by the Integrated Health Care (IHC) Section of the Clinic Services Division. The focus of this position is management of resources, clinic schedules, financial management, goal setting, communications, implementing and facilitating staff performance measures and evaluating and implementing improvements in efficiency and productivity of processes and workflows for the ICH section of the Clinic Service division. This position will supervise nursing staff and provide direct clinical care to clients in a variety of roles. This position may be required to work in all Southwest District locations.
Works closely and collaborates with division and agency leadership to meet goals and objectives; and to identify gaps, issues, and solutions regarding delivery of services, programs, and staffing issues.
Assists with development and management of the annual program budget.
Identifies, researches, and applies for grant funding sources than enhance clinical services delivery.
Sets goals and objectives, such as client volume forecasting and planning of outreach and promotion activities.
Participates in development and monitoring of a division strategic plan.
Regularly evaluates clinic processes and resources and takes action to ensure optimal efficiency.
Creates, implements, and recommends staffing plans, staffing updates, and changes.
Develops and implements continuous quality improvement/assurance (CQI/A) processes to provide efficient and proactive services.
Develops, implements, and monitors clinic quality measures for improved client outcomes.
Facilitates implementation of performance measures for enhanced delivery of reimbursable services; evaluates, monitors, and implements reimbursable service delivery options to promote improved revenue.
Manages the tracking and monitoring of progress towards performance metrics; oversees the collection of data and provide performance metrics in a dashboard format.
Promotes and supports team based care coordinating and collaborating with internal and external partners to build community partnerships and to build and maintain internal division collaborative processes.
In coordination with medical director, writes, implements, and supports policies and scope of practice standards.
Provides oversight and management of programs and contractual agreements; monitor program indicators, service delivery outcomes, and contract requirements.
Ensures compliance with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations.
Seeks to strengthen relationships and partnerships with academic institutions with the purpose of maximizing community resources, supporting our local academic institutions, developing the future public health workforce, and building an evidence-base for innovative or new ways to improve individual and community health.
Supervises staff; fosters a positive culture and motivates a cohesive workforce
Facilitates communication between employees and health district leadership
May be assigned to assist during public health emergencies and will be required to participate in preparedness exercises and training.
Good knowledge of management practices.Good knowledge of public health principles and practices. Experience developing and monitoring a budget; developing and implementing public health operating policies and procedures; interpreting and applying federal and state public health laws; collecting and organizing public health data and developing technical reports; analyzing public health program issues and making recommendations. Must have a valid Idaho Driver's license.
Licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Idaho as defined by Idaho Code 54-1408 by the State of Idaho or State licensure as a RN pursuant to the Nurse Licensure Compact, Idaho Code 54-1418, in one of the following compact states: Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, or Wisconsin.
Preferred candidate will have the following qualifications:
A valid Idaho Driver's License.
2 years of community/public health experience or extensive medical clinic management background.
Experience leading teams; ability to establish and maintain a team environment.
Experience planning, developing, and monitoring a budget and expenditure reports analysis.
Experience developing and implementing public health operating policies and procedures.
Experience collecting and organizing public health data and developing technical reports.
Experience analyzing public health program issues and making recommendations; ability and willingness to seek out and implement new clinic sustainability methods and principles.
Knowledge of public health services and clinic procedures necessary for service delivery.
Ability to think creatively, innovate, and develop client-centered solutions.
Ability to research and write grants and requests for proposal; ability to negotiate contracts and sub grants.
Ability to interact well with healthcare providers and community agencies.
Skill in crucial conversations; decision-making; delegating tasks; inspiring and motivating employees.
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