The Associate Chief Nursing Officer for the Childrens Hospital & Patient Care Services (PCS) will serve as a key member of an outstanding leadership team at one of the most comprehensive and advanced academic healthcare systems in the country. They will support and facilitate an inter-professional team and patient centered approach to the delivery of care. This includes creating a nursing environment in which collaboration is valued and excellence in clinical care, education, and research is promoted and achieved.
The Associate Chief Nursing Officer provides operational oversight of inpatient nursing services for the UC Davis Childrens Hospital departments by assisting the Chief Nursing and Patient Care Services Officer (CNO) in planning, organizing, coordinating, directing and evaluating hospital wide nursing/patient care services, including nursing practice standards and policies, staffing, strategic planning, organizational and staff development, maintaining necessary regulatory and compliance approvals and quality accreditations; provides highly responsible administrative support to the CNO; acts on behalf of the CNO in his/her absence.
The Associate Chief Nursing Officer will have accountability for enhancing a clinical practice environment; encouraging patient centered, unsurpassed clinical quality and patient safety while also providing significant contributions to education and research. They will provide round-the-clock leadership and management in the areas of customer satisfaction, provision of safe and effective care, finance, human resources, communication, patient/staff advocacy, performance improvement and leadership and professional development. Additionally, they will supervise 6 Nurse Managers.
UC Davis Healths Nursing Professional Practice Model: The UC Davis Healths Nursing Professional Practice Model (PPM) illustrates how nurses support the organizations mission, vision, and national professional standards of nursing practice. Symbolizing our patient-centered beliefs and values, the PPM exemplifies nurse autonomy over clinical practice and the practice environment, depicting effective communication between inter-professionals to result in high-quality patient care.
ANCC Magnet Designation: The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Model provides a framework for clinical, operational, and leadership practice, serving as a roadmap for Stanford Nursings ongoing pursuit toward nursing excellence
UC Davis Health has identified a vision and mission to achieve the goal of advancing the health of our community and the world. Patient Care Services continues to play an essential role in the health system by building a model for collaborative practice that is patient centered, facilitates the bedside education of health-care professionals, and assures measurable quality care.
July 3, 2022, at 11:59pm
$139,900-$405,000 (Grade 31) + target bonus up to 15% annually
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Bachelors or Master of Science degree in Nursing required
Masters degree in related field required
Demonstrated record of effective nurse recruitment and retention strategies including ability to develop and retain new graduate nurses. Personal commitment to the development and advancement of clinical leaders throughout the organization.
Demonstrated passion for the delivery of the highest level of service to patients and their families.
Successful track record employing quality, safety, and performance improvement initiatives that achieve superior clinical quality, favorable financial outcomes, and high patient and nurse satisfaction and engagement.
Proven ability of building internal and external relationships, with a demonstrated track record of working successfully with academic partners, physicians and physician leaders, and diverse management teams.
Demonstrates strong financial acumen and innovative approaches to engage staff in reducing waste and enhancing value for patients.
Demonstrated commitment to the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Recognition program.
Embraces cultural diversity and inclusion as demonstrated by support for innovative recruitment and retention strategies focused on building a diverse clinical workforce.
Demonstrates a strong executive presence and is political savvy, including communication skills that enable them to appreciate others perspectives and offer compelling insights and recommendations.
Doctorate in nursing
Certification in field of practice preferred
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