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Manages, plans, organizes, and directs all nursing activities in assigned facility.
Responsible for the quality of nursing care delivered in hospitals, public health facilities, and community based programs.
Directs subordinate supervisors and staff.
Reviews state, federal, and other regulatory standards information in order to direct the quality improvement activities and achieve compliance.
Provides staff development including orientation, in-service training, workshops and continuing education for all levels of nursing staff.
Plans and directs the work of nursing or other professional staff and assures an adequate level of nursing care.
Oversees the collection of data for statistical records.
Organizes and plans a systematic and continuous quality/performance improvement program for the practice of nursing.
Makes long-range plans and regularly reviews activities, problems and functions of services being delivered.
Interprets policies and communicates changes in regulations and procedures. Initiates and participates in the development of community wide policy to improve the health status of the stakeholder.
Evaluates nursing standards and nurse protocols for all nursing programs. Develops staffing patterns.
Develops policies, sets standards and plans objectives for the nursing program in accordance with established policies.
Develops and manages the budget and makes cost effective decisions.
Coordinates response to disaster and emergencies.
Vacation: 15 days each year up to 5 years of service; 18 days each year from 5-10 years of service; 21 days each year for 10 years of service
Sick Leave: accrual at a rate of 10 hours per month (15 days each year)
Holidays: the state of Georgia recognizes 12 paid holidays
Retirement: 401(k) plan with a matching employer contribution and a Defined Benefit Pension Plan
Available Insurance: Health; Dental; Vision; Legal; Disability; Life & dependent life insurance
Tax Deferred Spending Accounts: Healthcare; Childcare
We are a Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program qualified employer.
FOR THIS TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT, STATE LAW REQUIRES A NATIONAL AND STATE BACKGROUND CHECK AS A CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT.
Master's degree in nursing, nursing administration, public health or directly related field from an accredited college or university AND One year in an administrative or supervisory capacity AND current Georgia license as a Registered Professional Nurse OR Bachelor's degree in nursing from an accredited college or university AND Four years of experience as Registered Nurse, Two years of which in an administrative or supervisory capacity AND current Georgia license as a Registered Professional Nurse OR Eight years of experience as a Registered Nurse, Two years of which in an environment related to the area of assignment, Three years of which as a supervisor AND current Georgia license as a Registered Professional Nurse.
State Of Georgia