When we say change is healthy, we mean it … for our patients, our communities, and your career.
Play a pivotal role with a health system committed to restoring the well-being of the communities we serve throughout Cuyahoga County with individualized, patient-centered care. Our team of 7,300 strong delivers care at our main campus near downtown Cleveland, more than 25 MetroHealth System locations, and 40 additional sites through community partnerships.
MetroHealth has earned Magnet® status for nursing excellence, accommodates more than one million patient visits annually, and, as the site of the county’s only Level I Adult Trauma Center and Level II Pediatric Trauma Center, offers one of the only two adult and pediatric burn centers in Ohio. We are an academic medical center for teaching and research, and each of our active physicians holds a faculty appointment at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Director of Nursing
Critical Care Services
Oversee/lead adult critical care services to include a Trauma ICU, Medical ICU, Surgical ICU, Cardiac ICU and 2 stepdown units.
Ensure the provision of high-quality, culturally sensitive, nursing/patient care in accordance with evidence-based practice, current research, the American Nurses Association Scope and Standards of Nursing Practice and the ANA Code of Ethics for the assigned clinical areas.
Utilize clinical and business skills in ensuring optimal operating efficiency of assigned clinical areas, including provision of patient care, human resource management and fiscal effectiveness.
Ensure the development, ongoing enhancement and implementation of nursing education programs, performance-improvement initiatives, research, and professional development within assigned clinical areas.
Form partnerships within nursing and other disciplines to encourage excellence in service and patient care.
Uphold the mission, vision, values, and customer service standards of The MetroHealth System.
Graduate of an approved program of nursing
Current license to practice professional nursing in the State of Ohio
Certification in clinical specialty or in nursing administration (e.g., CNML or NE/NEA-BC)
Bachelor’s degree in nursing and master’s degree in a health-related field
Minimum of seven years progressively responsible nursing and managerial/administrative experience, including skill in budget and cost analysis
Proven leadership, clinical competence and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated evidence of continuing professional self-development
Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
Join a team leading the way to a healthier you and a healthier community through service, discovery, teamwork, and research.
Your skills, ambition and experience can elevate the health and well-being of friends and neighbors. Join an organization that is growing in size and significance. In return for your contributions, we offer the competitive salaries and extensive benefits you would expect of an industry leader.