Clifton Springs Nursing Home is proud to announce receiving a 5-Star Overall Facility Rating from the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services! Founded on the belief of the health benefits of the sulfur springs, CSNH is located next to the Spa Springs and offers a uniquely holistic approach to Long Term Care.
The Director of Nursing for Long Term Care is responsible for all aspects of nursing care within the Nursing & Rehabilitation facility. Partnering with the Chief Nursing Officer, Administrator, Medical Director, physician staff and nursing leaders, they develop and sustain an environment that supports excellence in clinical practice and quality resident care.
STATUS: Full Time
LOCATION: Clifton Springs Nursing Home
SCHEDULE: Full Time
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) required; Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) preferred
7 years of clinical experience required with 4 being in a clinical leadership capacity
Minimum of 4 years of nursing leadership experience
Minimum of 5 years of experience in nursing; preferably in long term care, rehabilitation or complex care.
Leadership. Develops and sustains an environment that supports collaboration, open communication, mentoring, and career development. Maintains a positive, safe and caring environment for residents and staff. Assumes responsibility for the facility in the absence of the Administrator.
Resident Care. Develop relationships with residents and families to ensure quality resident care. Partners with interdisciplinary teams to meet and exceed resident care goals. Facilities joint planning with staff, peers, and colleagues to develop programs to improve resident care and creatively address the changing needs of residents.
Quality Improvement. Develops strategies to monitor and improve the quality of nursing care and resident outcomes. Focused implementation of practice standards to improve nursing care, satisfaction and retention outlined by the Pathway of Excellence designation.
Operations. Develops long term staffing patterns to support quality clinical care. Works closely with support service functions to monitor and manage employee relations, recruitment and retention initiatives. Responsible for regular monitoring of clinical and financial performance.
Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Rochester General Hospital (RGH), a 528-bed tertiary-care facility and the flagship of Rochester General Health System, is served by more than 1,500 medical and dental staff members and more than 7,000 employees. Strong referral relationships with several regional hospitals, as well as relationships and affiliations with nationally renowned institutions including Cleveland Clinic and Roswell Park Cancer Institute, amplify the ability of RGH to provide superior clinical care to the men and women of the greater Rochester area and beyond. RGH physicians, nurses and care providers cared for more than 101,000 emergency department (ED) patients in 2012, making it the busiest and most practiced ED in the region.