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Director of Nursing

American Nurses Association

This is a Contract position in Boulder, CO posted February 18, 2021.

Now Hiring: Director of Nursing Must Love Seniors…and Acing Surveys A favorite fixture in Boulder since 1960, Frasier is an independent, non-profit (501(c)(3), mission driven, CARF accredited continuing care retirement community. We are growing and it isn’t just new (and greener) buildings We are growing our programs and offerings both inside and outside our campus, implementing innovative methods to create community, and building on our culture of excellence. Frasier’s Summit Care Center and Meadows Assisted Living caregivers workday and night to ensure that our residents are well-cared for and feel safe, respected and treasured. We partner with families to support our residents (their loved ones) in a way where all parties can focus on making each day the best day it can be. We are intensely proud of earning a 5-Star Overall Rating through CMS for at least the last decade, and that since COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic, our infection prevention efforts have resulted in ZERO COVID cases in the residents of our skilled nursing facility We’re excited about bringing our values to life, growing our people, and being the first-choice employer for Boulder and the surrounding areas YOU are bright, curious, relentlessly positive, and ready to lead with your heart and through service as we care for the most vulnerable members of the Frasier community. You are action-oriented, innovative, collaborative, and open to feedback, and you have unrivaled standards around infection prevention and safety. You are organized, detail-oriented and not afraid to hold your team members accountable to your impeccable standards. You bring your unique skills and talents to a diverse team, along with an ability to develop effective work groups and manage a complex and constantly changing environment. You would also jump at the chance to get to know our amazing residents, join the Frasier team at the Alzheimer’s Walk, or hold a baby goat (how could you not want to hold a baby goat???). Here’s what you’ll do: Provide supervision and support to the clinical team in both our skilled nursing and assisted living communities. Work with the Vice President for Health and Supportive Services to ensure the highest quality of care is provided to our residents with a resident-centered focus and keen adherence to the LTC regulations. Establish and maintain a Quality Improvement Program to ensure growth, innovation, and optimization of care practices and standards. Develop and ensure effective and efficient departmental operations by promoting collaborative working relationships, appropriate delegation of shared responsibilities, and appropriate adherence to financial objectives and organizational goals. Uphold and model the mission, vision, and values of Frasier and be innovative and responsive to the expectations of all stakeholders. Develop and direct clinical competency assessments along with clinical orientation/staff development programs for all care partners at Frasier. Establish standards for and provide a continuous method for assessing and measuring the quality of care rendered to residents living at Frasier. Here’s what you need: Current Colorado Nursing license (Registered Nurse) with a BSN preferred. MINIMUM of 5 years’ experience in nursing leadership to include experience in long-term care, acute care, or a related environment. Demonstrated leadership skills and a desire to grow and develop team members. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to communicate effectively and warmly with staff, residents/patients/family members. Thorough knowledge of Federal and State laws and regulations pertaining to the Long-Term Care and Assisted Living Environments. Highly developed nursing skills; thorough knowledge in understanding and interpreting nursing philosophies, programs, and policies. Highly developed critical thinking and decision-making skills with a proficiency in distinguishing between what is relevant and what is unimportant to make sense of complex situations. Proficient, well-developed verbal and written communication skills and able to deliver a message in a clear, compelling and concise manner.