Job ID: 118247313
Summary: The Director of Nursing Services is accountable for all care quality levels for school, school residential and adult services clients; regulatory compliance for care provided, employee training, medication management and case management; oversight of employee injury triage program; leadership, direction and evaluation of nursing staff; interaction with family members as needed; management of psychiatric service providers; acquisition of new vendor partners as needed. The Director of Nursing Services will be the agency expert on all DHR, MSDE and DDA healthcare reporting and delivery requirements for all Benedictine programs.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Direct overall quality of care provided to students and clients. Provide direct healthcare when needed.
Develop and implement policy and procedures, and enhanced administration and documentation procedures.
Implement medical quality assurance programs.
Oversee all related training programs facilitated by nursing staff including but not limited to medication passing/Med Tech certification;seizure training;positional asphyxia training;CPR/FA certification.
Direct and manage nursing staff including hiring, professional development, annul reviews and disciplinary process when necessary.
Oversee delivery of employee services, such as initial injury treatment for on the job injuries and annual TB test administration.
Oversee provider medical services such as consultants, psychiatric care, specialists, pharmacy, etc.
Cooperate with Benedictine administration and in-state/out-of-state agencies in any inspection or investigation.
Maintain current license and remain current in all required trainings and certifications.
Other duties, as assigned
Must have current Maryland RN license in good standing.
Prior experience in case management or as a delegating nurse in a residential care setting for clients with developmental disabilities highly preferred.
Prior supervisory experience required, including the authority to hire, administer performance evaluation process, and terminate.Supervisory experience must include supervision of clinical professionals and/or nurses.
Must be knowledgeable of MBON and COMAR regulations for developmental disabilities practice settings; knowledge of DDA regulations and/or DHR regulations required.
Must be knowledgeable for Medicare and Medicaid regulations.
Must have demonstrated expertise in team building.
Must have outstanding verbal and written communication capabilities.
Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends, and be on-call for incident escalation purposes.
Must be a minimum of 21 years old.
Must be able to provide proof of eligibility to work in US upon offer.
Must pass pre-employment drug screen.
Must pass pre-employment criminal background checks through CJIS as stated in Family Law Article 5-561, and pass pre-employment CPS check.
Must have current and valid driver’s license in good standing and must have a driving record that would permit coverage under Benedictine driver’s insurance.
FSR is a woman-owned, minority, small business with over a decade of proud service to our nation’s service members, Federal agencies and our commercial clients. FSR matches talented individuals to organizations in order to create mutually beneficial, sustainable partnerships. FSR has a well established, working environment that supports a team...
FSR is a woman-owned, minority, small business with over a decade of proud service to our nation’s service members, Federal agencies and our commercial clients. FSR matches talented individuals to organizations in order to create mutually beneficial, sustainable partnerships. FSR has a well established, working environment that supports a team of committed professionals with a unified vision for helping others succeed and thrive. We invite you to join our team and grow with us!