Management Opportunities in Nursing
Administrative Nurse Managers (ANM) regulate all administrative and clinical functions, including fiscal, material and human resources, of specific nursing units on a 24-hour basis and develop, and sustain an environment that supports excellence.
Assistant Directors of Nursing (ADN) administer the direction, coordination and evaluation of departmental systems and delivery of care to infants, children, adolescents, adults and/or the elderly on evening, night or weekend shifts. The assistant director oversees all administrative issues and the coordination of fiscal, human and other resources needed to provide patient care.
Registered Nurses (RN) manage the coordination, implementation and delivery of care to infants, children, adolescents, adults and/or the elderly. The RN is the patient advocate who demonstrates critical thinking and judgment, coordinates with the interdisciplinary healthcare team, participates in research activities and demonstrates leadership skills.
Care Management Coordinators (CMC) ensure the development, implementation and coordination of a plan of care for a designated patient population through collaboration with interdisciplinary team members.
Nurse Practitioners (NP) assess and provide care to a selected group of patients in collaboration with physicians, and are responsible for carrying out their patients' plan of care.
Home Health Nurses (HHN) and Certified Home Healthcare Program (CHHA) conducts initial and ongoing patient assessments to acute and chronically ill patients of all ages, coordinates the home health interdisciplinary care team, and collaborates with team members on a regular basis to facilitate the planning, management and evaluation of home health services.
Home Care Coordinators (HCC) and Long Term Home Healthcare Program (LTHHCP) are responsible for the collaboration with all interdisciplinary team members to facilitate the interdisciplinary planning, management and coordination of health services for patients.
Fee-For-Service (FFS), CHHA and LTHHCP coordinators conduct initial and ongoing assessments to acutely and chronically ill patients in the home setting, and teach the patient, family or caregiver how to manage medication, illness and treatments.
Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) are responsible for the delivery of care to the infants, children, adolescents, adults or the elderly within their scope of practice.
Nursing Attendants (NA) assist the professional staff by assisting/supervising daily living activities, such as eating, bathing and ambulating, as appropriate for infants, children, adolescents, adults or the elderly under the guidance of a registered nurse.
To apply for a nursing position, please send the career center your resume with a cover letter indicating the position for which you are applying.