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Vice President/Executive Director
Ref No.: 18-01217
Location: Atlanta, Georgia
Unit Director (RN) - Labor/Delivery, Women's Health Services
Full time- Variable Shift
Director Level positions salary range is $125k-135k annually.

*INCENTIVE PLAN: You will also be eligible to participate in the 2018 performance-based incentive compensation plan with a possible payout in 2019. The plan has a 10.00 % target of base compensation and a 13.00% maximum of base compensation, based upon achievement of goals linked to organizational and individual performance that are mutually agreed in advance. The incentive plan award will be prorated based on the date of hire. Please note the final authorization to pay leadership performance incentives is vested in the sole discretion of Grady's Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors and are all payments are contingent upon Board approval.

Grady Health System provides a full range of medical services for women during pregnancy and childbirth, and for infants. With a multidisciplinary team of healthcare providers and specialists at our hospital-based clinics and neighborhood health centers, our goal is to help expecting moms achieve a healthy pregnancy and delivery.

Services include complete care for pregnant women is provided in our prenatal clinics, with an emphasis on patient centered care. Innovative group prenatal care is available.

Our newly renovated Women’s & Infant Health Services Units are state-of-the-art and provide an optimal environment for the highest quality patient care, training and self-development. Our team approach to patient-centered care enables nurses to enhance their skills. Our nurturing and supportive environment encourages nurses to develop their knowledge and skills and further their careers.

The Unit Director of Labor/Delivery is responsible and accountable for the unit's overall strategic and operational planning, operations, and the provision and evaluation of patient care by all unit staff members and others, such as providers, ancillary staff, and students who provides care, treatment, and services on the unit.

The Unit Director serves as a positive role model and sets the tone for the unit's reputation and performance. The Unit Director provides 24/7 leadership and management in the areas of customer satisfaction, provision of safe & effective care, finance, human resources, communication, patient advocacy, performance improvement, and leadership & professional development.

Qualifications:
Master's degree in Nursing.
Minimum 5 years of experience as a Director for Labor/Delivery unit.
Experience with operational oversight of a Labor/Delivery program (preferred)
Current Georgia License as a Registered Professional Nurse.