Presbyterian Homes

Traveling Director of Nursing/Clinical Adminstrator

Aug 25, 2017
Sep 24, 2017
Presbyterian Homes
Job Type
Employment Status
Full Time


Presbyterian Homes & Services Management division is seeking a Traveling Director of Nursing/Clinical Administrator for its corporate clinical team.This is a creative opportunity for an experienced clinical leader (RN) to work at the corporate level providing support for the clinical programs in PHS skilled nursing facilities.

This is a full time, benefit eligible position which includes regular travel to PHS sites in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa.

Consider joining our team in providing compassionate and high quality care and services within a caring Christian environment.



The Traveling Clinical Administrator is responsible for interim leadership of Clinical Departments in Care Centers. The position utilizes skills in planning, organizing, developing, evaluating and effectively directing the clinical staff and program on a temporary basis in order to ensure the ongoing delivery of high quality resident care and services consistent with regulations and PHS standards in the absence of a regular Clinical Administrator. In this role the Traveling Clinical Administrator may also be requested to serve as a Clinical Coordinator on occasion.

The Traveling Clinical Administrator has responsibility as an interim member of the site leadership team to participate in the planning and implementation of strategies and programming that assure high quality resident care while achieving short term operational goals and objectives for the site.

  • Registered nurse with current licensure with the State Board of Nursing in state(s) in which he/she practices.
  • 3-5 years experience as a Director of Nursing/Clinical Administrator in long term care.
  • Demonstrated competencies in health care management and operations, RAI processes, quality management, staff development, resident and family support systems, and community outreach.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in gerontological nursing, rehabilitative and restorative clinical practices.
  • Demonstrated computer proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and electronic medical records.
  • Knowledge of State and Federal regulatory requirements for long-term care. Demonstrated successful working knowledge of regulatory compliance.
  • Excellent written, interpersonal, and communication skills; adaptability, flexibility, and creativity. Ability to communicate with a variety of people.
  • Ability and willingness to travel as needed to Wisconsin, Iowa and other PHS facilities.
  • Demonstrated compatibility with PHS's mission and operating philosophies.
  • Demonstrated ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language to communicate with all customers.

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