Nursing School Resume Sample

These are some examples of job descriptions we have handpicked from real Nursing School resumes for your reference.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • To ensure that care is delivered in a consistent, scientific framework throughout the health system.
  • To discuss challenges, issues, and concerns that affect patient care and management activities.
  • Provide vision, establish a nursing governance structure, ensure quality, provide strategic nursing management.
  • Foster staff development, regulate nurse credentialing, foster open communication and collaboration.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Enhanced patient care experience and boosted quality and care standards by strategizing and directing strategic plans and continuous improvements in nursing and patient education.
  • Grew programs as well as promoted practices that improved patient experience and yielded relationship-centered care.
  • Drove performance improvements among management and staff by chairing Patient Satisfaction Steering Committee; educated management on disciplines data analysis of HCAHPS, evaluated effectiveness of initiatives and collaborated with patient experience coaches.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Established quality monitoring for nursing sensitive indicators via the National Data Base for Nursing Quality Indicators.
  • Promoted and supported Nursing Department participation in the NJHA Nursing Collaborative to reduce the incidence of pressure ulcers and catheter associated urinary tract infections.
  • Promoted and supported ICU participation in the Johns Hopkins collaborative for reduction of central line infections.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Manage more than 1000 staff including RNs, LPN, Direct Care Staff, schedulers and clerks in NJ State-run 550 bed psychiatric hospital.
  • Develop and implement policies to promote quality care for all those we serve.
  • Develop and implement programs in collaboration with the other departments in the hospital with the vision that each patient deserves excellence in care.
  • Promote teaching of undergraduate and graduate nurses in the hospital with collaborative agreements with several universities and nursing schools.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Organizational wide responsibilities including direct management of Health Services and personnel.
  • Participates in summit groups and community committees to further develop community programs.
  • Manages the daily operations and delivery of healthcare services for the Bergen County Correctional facility.
  • Responsible for successfully meeting NCCHC, ACA Core Standards, and State standards for accreditation.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Establishing and insuring the implementation of the philosophy, objectives, policies and standards of the Nursing, Infection Control and SHTA services in accordance with OMH,facility and other accrediting agencies’ standards.
  • Determines the number and levels of all Nursing, Infection Control and SHTA staff and insures the appropriate deployment and utilization of staff.
  • Responsible for recruitment, retention, supervision and evaluation of all R.N.’s, SHTA’s and Infection Control staff.
  • Coordinates with the Medical Director, the development, implementation and evaluation of the Infection Control Plan for the facility in accordance with CDC, OMH, JCAHO and CMS guidelines.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Organize, direct, and administer Nursing/Patient Care Services to provide the level of care required by current medical and nursing standards.
  • Participate in strategic and long-range planning of the hospital to include recommendations for new facilities or equipment, and/or modifications needed to provide patient care.
  • Provide leadership to nursing (231 nursing/nursing department full-time employees) and other clinical departments to ensure compliance with all state, federal, and regulatory bodies.
  • Partner with physicians and providers that use the hospital facilities to collaborate nurse-physician and other clinical relationships to provide safe, effective, and efficient care.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Developed and lead the hospitals transition to a new lab company with a cost savings of 85K/year.
  • Implemented and lead the hospital wide transition to scrubbed units with assigned color for greater professionalism.
  • Restructured time and attendance to better hold staff accountable leading to a 50% decrease in incidental overage.
  • Increased staffing coverage to have better patient safety, and staff satisfaction.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • The Chief Nursing Officer provides strategic leadership as the senior executive position responsible for all nursing and other designated patient care functions and services within the hospital organization.
  • The role assumes responsibility for assessing, planning, coordinating, implementing and evaluating nursing practice on a facility level.
  • The role assumes 24/7 responsibility and has accountability to ensure high quality, safe and appropriate nursing care, competency of clinical staff, and appropriate resource management related to patient care.
  • The Chief Nursing Officer represents nursing concerns on the governing board and at medical staff leadership meetings.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Successful completion unannounced TDSHS surveys for Emergency Room, Hospital and Laboratory.
  • Complete responsibility for Risk Management, Quality Improvement and Medical Peer Review.
  • Facilitated and completed Policy and Procedure development, review and revision.
  • Devised numbering system and facilitated standardization and review timeline process.
  • Developed and facilitated Texas Cancer Registry and DSHS-EMS Trauma reporting processes.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Responsible for business and nursing operations including financial, quality, safety, and personnel management for a full service hospital comprised of 155 beds.
  • Regional leadership oversight for Obstetrical and Neonatal care to include 3 rural facilities.
  • Achieved inpatient top box score from 69% to 77% with nursing communication top box from 72% – 88%.

Chief Nursing Officer

  • Minimized turnover by carefully selecting, developing and retaining qualified staff.
  • Directed the installation of improved work methods and procedures to achieve facility objectives.
  • Regularly evaluated employee performance, provided feedback and assisted, coached and disciplined staff as needed.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with patients, families, other health care providers, and physicians.

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