Long-Term Acute Care Hospital
Chief Nursing Officer
Practice nursing while making a real difference and leading an interdisciplinary team as a Chief Nursing Officer. Our CNOs get to learn high level leadership skills, work with respiratory and rehabilitation departments, and manage a highly skilled clinical team.
You will be the clinical leader for your facility, closely collaborating with your CEO and your human resources leader. Your responsibilities will include but are not limited to setting HPPDs, determining staffing ratios for acuity based staffing, and working with the senior nursing staff to identify gaps on quality. You will work with your regional leaders on staffing initiatives including leading educational programs for new graduates and re-entry nurses and partnering with local schools for clinical rotations. As one of the hospital leaders, you will be fiscally responsible for ensuring budgets are consistently met and costs are controlled.
Why work for Select Specialty/Regency Hospital?
As a Chief Nursing Officer, CNO, you will ensure the administration of quality of patient care. You will also, oversee, guide and mentor the entire nursing, rehab and respiratory staff to ensure the plan of care for the patient population.
Other responsibilities of the Chief Nursing Officer position include:
Excellent Orientation Program, Paid Time Off (PTO), Extended Illness Days (EID), Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Prescription Coverage, Life Insurance, Short- and Long-Term Disability, Continuing Education and Tuition Reimbursement, 401(k) Retirement Plan, Personal and Family Medical Leave, discounted membership to 7,000 gyms nationwide