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The nurse administrator is responsible for the overall management and coordination of functions within a division of Nursing. The nurse administrator holds the accountability to manage within the context of the organization as a whole, and to transform organizational values into daily operations yielding an efficient, effective, and caring organization. This includes management of designated clinical nursing practice and management of programs, systems, and services that are evidence based and support the clinical practice of nursing. Responsibilities are accomplished based on Mayo and Department of Nursing's vision, mission, and values. The nurse administrator is responsible to develop, implement, maintain, and evaluate policies, programs, and services related to assigned functions. The nurse administrator participates in assessing the environment, forecasting trends, transmitting values, communicating ideas, coaching and mentoring others, managing resources, and assuring that core values are implemented.
Master's degree in Nursing or a Bachelor's degree in Nursing with a Master's degree in business or a health-related field. Will consider applicants meeting all other qualifications who commit to degree completion within six months from application date. Minimum of three years in nursing service administration with line management responsibilities.
Previous experience in clinical practice role. Doctoral Degree – DNP or PhD in Nursing preferred.
License or certification
Current RN license or current license deemed acceptable by the applicable State Board of Nursing.
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The minimum salary every 2 weeks is approx $5,272.00, based on a full-time position.
Monday-Friday, Typically Days, varying hours as needed depending on department needs.
Position will support SWMN Surgical Services & Endoscopy.
As needed, depending on department needs.
Mankato is one of the largest cities in southern MN and has earned several livability awards. Mankato's economic growth leads Minnesota and is among the top in the nation. The city has a contiguous population area of 96,740 and 1.6 million people live within 60 miles of Mankato. Greater Mankato is centrally located in south central Minnesota, nestled in the scenic beauty of the Minnesota River Valley, with convenient access to Minneapolis-St. Paul just one hour away.
Administration, Business, Finance, Nursing, Surgical Services
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