Director of Nursing
Charlton, MA, USA | American Nurses Association
Industry:Non-Profit / Social Enterprise
Operations / Production
Job Description:64 people have viewed this job
We are seeking a mission-driven, experienced, and dynamic leader to join this collaborative, passionate, and patient-focused group. The Director of Nursing will oversee the care for over 180 residents. S/he will provide support, consistent communication, and be a model of this organization’s mission, goals, and values while adhering to the regulatory guidelines of their operations and services provided. This facility is ready to interview and hire their next nursing leader.
Here is a little bit about us:
We are proud to say we have a 5 star rating and we are COVID-free!
Our ratios are second-to-none at 7:1 for CNAs
Our health center residents enjoys gorgeous views and single rooms with outdoor areas to get fresh air
Patient centered care is key to the health and well-being of our residents
We have miles of walking trails through the woods for the enjoyment of our residents and employees
Our residents in Independent Living have their own craft beer club!
We have an on-site performing arts center that supports the community
Soon, our on-site mushroom farmer will break ground to start harvesting thousands of pounds of unique varieties of fresh mushrooms for distribution
We are a non-profit organization founded by the Masons in the early 1900s
Our health center offers patient-centered care in an environment that fosters collaboration
We are committed to supporting the community, our residents and patients
If you are interested in being part of something AMAZING, then please reach out and apply!
Here are a few requirements to consider:
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred
A minimum of five years of professional nursing experience in CCRC or Skilled Nursing Facility
A minimum of five years of leadership experience, demonstrating managerial and operational expertise and competence
An unwavering commitment to quality programs and care, cultural competence, community/public health, and data-driven program evaluation
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