Hospital in the greater Miami, FL area is seeking a Director of Inpatient Oncology Nursing to join their team. This is a new position for the hospital as they are currently expanding and need a leader to help with the transition.
- Consistently named among America's best hospitals by U.S. News & World Report
- Named multiple times as one of Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For in America
This company cares about it's employees:
- Relocation Assistance
- Flexible benefits in which you can choose to participate and for which you pay.
- Low medical premiums
- Annual bonus up to 20%of a percentage of base salary based on metrics/outcomes.
- Free Parking
- Adoption Benefit
- Elective PTO Cash-outs - cash out up to a total of 120 hours of paid time off
- 403B and 401K - employer contributes 3 % of annual compensation and matches what you contribute: 50 % of up to 4 percent of your eligible annual compensation
- Promote from within
- For undergraduate programs the benefit pays $250 per credit not to exceed the maximum annual amount of $5,000 for a Regular Full-time employee and $2,500 for a Regular Part-time employee. For graduate programs the benefit pays $500 per credit not to exceed the maximum annual amount of $10,000 for a Regular Full-time employee and $5,000 for a Regular Part-time employee.
- Great weather most of the year
- Endless miles of white-sand beaches
- No state income tax!
- South Florida is one of the country’s most culturally diverse areas, with a huge population of Latin Americans, Cubans, Europeans, Russians and Asians.
- Director provides inter-professional leadership for quality care and services for defined areas of patient care services and hospital services to achieve strategic and operational goals.
- Will have the inpatient responsibility for Oncology as well as the nursing practice within those areas, but also with development of programs and services in collaboration with outpatient oncology.
- driving for results with all of the metrics and initiatives’ that we have going on from the nursing side as well as the cancer side. They are doing a lot of work that requires change management.
- Responsible for budget, clinical outcomes, standardization of care, initiatives, develop programs, length of stay, variable costs, all of the quality metrics.
- This position has several layers of support beneath.
- BSN required
- Master’s Degree in Nursing or healthcare/management related field required
- 5 years minimum of inpatient oncology leadership experience required
- Ability to manage rapid growth and change, manage multiple people, personalities and behaviors, and really have the ability to execute.