About the Opportunity Are you a dedicated, energetic, goal and detail oriented leader amongst star performers? If this is you our team of healthcare professionals has an opportunity for you!
We are seeking Assistant Directors of nursing to lead our clinical team members on our busy fast paced rehabilitation units. You must be a Registered Nurse and have prior supervisory or sub-acute care experience, whose passion is rehabilitation to provide leadership in our 70 bed rehab units. If you are a leader who believes in teamwork, clinical excellence and has high standards, this opportunity may be the next step in your career!
As Assistant Director of Nursing, you will be responsible for the overall quality clinical outcomes of the unit. Priority one will be quality care, customer service and employee relations. In addition, responsible for attracting and retaining top performing talented team members as well as the supervision and career coaching of existing team members on staff.
Qualifications Ideal candidate must be a skilled communicator, director and motivator. Able to organize and prioritize many tasks effectively.
Desire to enrich resident and staff’s lives
1+ year supervisory experience – RN license in Nevada - must have stable work history and the dedication and commitment to lead our healthcare team.
Demonstrated ability to maintain positive employee relationships
Ability to follow all applicable policies and procedures as well as current federal, state and local standards, guidelines and regulations that govern long term care facilities.
Able to react to emergency situations appropriately when required.
Benefits Comprehensive benefit package which includes medical/dental insurance, life insurance, short term and long term disability, PTO, 401 (k), tuition reimbursement, flexible spending accounts, in-facility education programs and so much more.
Salary Commensurate with Experience.
Drug Free /Smoke Free Workplace
Equal Opportunity Employer
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