Nursing School Resume Sample

Medical School Admissions Officers review applications for individuals interested in attending an accredited nursing school and determine who will be granted admission and sent to the next level of the application process which includes an interview, nursing test, and background check. The top skills required for this position are good decision-making abilities, excellent written communication skills, active listening skills (ability to listen carefully and understand what is being communicated), problem-solving techniques, good judgment ability. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is required; previous experience working with nursing school applicants can be helpful but not necessary.

The Best Nursing School Resume Samples

These are some examples of accomplishments 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.

Wrap Up

Resumes are a crucial aspect of any job search. In order to make a good first impression, it is important that your resume be formatted and written professionally.

Hope these samples gave you an idea of what your resume should look like and some tips on how to make sure that your resume stands out from the rest.

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