The Director of Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystems Elders (NICHE) a national program of the Rory Meyers College of Nursing oversees the strategic planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of all NICHE programs. The Director serves as the lead faculty for the Leadership Training Program. Collaborating with the Executive Director NICHE, the incumbent designs, evaluates, and implements relevant research and program evaluation projects, and improves the portfolio of teaching programs to further the goals of NICHE. Serves as a partner and subject matter expert to align strategic goals and program operations to maintain and grow NICHE market share and its reputation as being the gold standard in geriatrics care. Some degree of travel required.
Master's Degree Nursing with clinical nurse specialist or advanced practice nurse with specialization in geriatric nursing or experience in geriatric care required
Doctoral Degree strongly preferred
7+ years Advanced practice nurse (APN/GPN) or clinical nurse specialist in acute care, long term care or home health or as a faculty member. Expertise in designing leadership development and organizational change continuing professional development programs for clinicians. Experience in managing resources, education development, program planning, implementation, and evaluation in a non-profit or business setting.
7+ years or equivalent. Experience managing geriatric services at a healthcare system or organization, NICHE site, highly preferred.
Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
Professional development, organizational change, leadership, program implementation, clinical quality improvement, geriatric nursing/medical-surgical practice.
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