The Executive Director of Clinical Services is responsible for planning, organizing and developing the overall operation of nursing services for 400+ bed skilled nursing and long-term care facility in accordance with current federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations that govern our facility, to ensure the highest quality of care.
The EDCS is a visionary leader, entrusted to promote a culture of accountability and continually improving systems and processes to provide patient-centered care and achieve superior outcomes for our patients, residents and their families.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: · Oversees daily operations as well as provide strategic nursing/clinical leadership to support continued certification in areas such as MDS, Wound Care, and Restorative · Develops and administers the nursing program for the nursing home to maintain standards of patient care; advises management, patient care staff and administrators in matters related to nursing service. · Recommends establishment or revision of policies and develops organizational structure and standards of performance. · Interprets policies and objectives of nursing service to staff and community groups. · Directs the delivery of services that add value and are integrated with nursing standards of practice, service priorities and performance/outcome measures, as well as with strategic, business and organizational goals/objectives. · Through department managers/staff, directs and manages the delivery of nursing services and safe patient care which are integrated with business plans and meet or exceed cost, quality, clinical and utilization standards and performance measures. · Supports all efforts to meet patients, physician and internal client needs in a changing, competitive health care market. · Accountable for the efficient delivery of patient care and support services within the service line for MJH patients by directing the development, evaluation and utilization of safe, cost effective, high quality nursing practices. · Directs and ensures continuous quality and safety of staff and patients and improvement of all clinical practices, services and operations by managing the design and implementation of systems, processes and methods to evaluate and improve safe patient care across the continuum. · Directs budget management and resource allocation. · Manages financial performance and identifies and implements strategies to reduce costs and improve quality and safety of care and service. · Manages and resolves human resource, employee relations, employee and department safety, and risk management issues. · Hires, fires and disciplines employees as part of performance management. · Directs compliance with administrative, legal and regulatory requirements of governmental and regulatory agencies. · Abilities required: · Knowledge of and ability to demonstrate skills related to management, planning and budgeting. · Knowledge of local, state and federal regulations pertaining to facility functions. · Knowledge of accreditation standards and compliance requirements. · Ability to work beyond normal working hours, weekends and holidays when necessary.
Education: · Master's Degree in related field (nursing, health administration, business, public health or management) preferred · Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
Experience: · Minimum eight (8) years of healthcare nursing leadership experience required (skilled nursing, long-term care preferred). · Proven leadership ability with four (4) years of experience in nursing services administration · Licenses/Certifications: · Current RN license by the Florida State Board of Nursing must be obtained by the date of employment · BLS certification required
We’re proud of our strong, family oriented atmosphere, where everyone recognizes individuals on a first name basis. The benefits Miami Jewish Health Systems offers is extremely rewarding. To learn more, submit your resume to Human Resources at: JHarvey@miamijewishhealth.org.
Miami Jewish Health is one of the largest and most innovative healthcare providers in the southeast United States. Founded in Miami in 1940, the 1,000 employee not-for-profit healthcare system treats 3,700 people daily through Centers of Excellence, residential living, community care, Alzheimer’s and memory care, nursing and medical care programs. These areas of focus aim to help people of all ages enjoy longer, healthier, more enriched lives.