Director of Nursing - Skilled Nursing
About the Company:
Mirabella combines urban sophistication with a rousing university environment for an incredible retirement lifestyle. Our prime downtown location puts residents and staff in the middle of it all while our full, on-site continuum of care provides peace of mind for the future. The big draw - Residents get to live right on the ASU campus keeping their pulse on University life and while sharing their knowledge and experiences with the students that call ASU home. In total, Mirabella will be home to more than 370 residents who have access to the 20 bed Assisted Living suites should the need arise. As part of the continuum of care, Mirabella also provides a 21 bed Skilled Unit and a 20 bed Memory Care unit located on the second floor – both will serve the existing residents and the community at large. The 20 story property will be a true diamond in the city skyline complete with a state of the art fitness center, 3 penthouse dining venues, and a high end bistro on the main floor. Our menu items are made from a scratch kitchen with the highest standards of hospitality in mind. Our property is currently under construction with a scheduled opening date in the fall of 2020.
Mirabella at ASU is an affiliate of Pacific Retirement Services, which specializes in the operation of non-profit CCRCs and provides support services for all aspects of our communities, including Human Resources. As a Human Resources partner at Mirabella, you are part of a bigger Human Resources team that includes 12 different communities in 6 different states.
About the Position:
Mirabella at ASU is seeking a dynamic and experienced Director of Nursing (DON) with outstanding people skills to join our leadership team and ensure our programs and initiatives are effective, efficient, and aligned for our new nonprofit retirement community. The Director of Nursing is responsible for oversight and management of all health programs and services in the Skilled Nursing Facility. This leader will also work with the Health Services Administrator in establishing policies and procedures in regard to health services.
What You Will Do:
What you’ll need:
This position requires a significant advanced knowledge, usually the result of a minimum of four (4) years of college with a B.S. degree in nursing and/or experience in the field, pertinent to long-term care, from an accredited college or university.
Must possess a working knowledge of state Job and federal regulations regarding the operation of a health care facility as well as OSHA regulations.
Each calendar year must have taken a class documenting procedures for life threatening situations, including, but not limited to, CPR and the life-saving techniques for choking victims including abdominal thrust and chest thrust.
Must have current RN license in the state of Arizona (or compact license)
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What Mirabella ASU offers you: