Basic Function and Responsibilities The Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) provides leadership in all aspects of nursing. These functions include: planning, managing, and evaluating all administrative and operational activities within Ambulatory Care Nursing Services, Home Care Services and University of Michigan Medical Group, Ambulatory Care Surgical Services, and other clinical programmatic areas, as assigned. The incumbent must be able to assume the System CNE responsibilities as needed.
Organizational Relationships Has a dual direct reporting relationship to the Chief Nurse Executive for Michigan Medicine, and the Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and University of Michigan Medical Group (UMMG) Executive Director. Partners with the Chief Clinical Officer and the Chief Operating Officer for UMMG. Collaborates with Nurse leader colleagues, Department Chairs and other Michigan Medicine leadership to effectively execute the Hospitals’ and Nursing strategic plan. Functional and administrative supervision is exercised over Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Senior Nursing Directors, Clinical Nurse Directors, Clinical Nurse Supervisors, Staff Nurses, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Nurse Practitioners, Professional/Administrative and office staff, and assistive personnel.
Michigan Medicine improves the health of patients, populations and communities through excellence in education, patient care, community service, research and technology development, and through leadership activities in Michigan, nationally and internationally. Our mission is guided by our Strategic Principles and has three critical components; patient care, education and research that together enhance our contribution to society.
Bachelor’s degree in Nursing is required. Master’s degree in Nursing, Hospital Administration, Business, Public Health or related health care field is required. *Either the Bachelor's or Master’s degree must be in Nursing.
Doctoral degree in Nursing or a related health care field is strongly preferred.
Current State of Michigan Board of Nursing license is required.
Recognized certification in nursing leadership or/and administration is desirable.
Seven (7) to ten (10) years of administrative responsibility within a complex academic health care organization with progressive experience in nursing leadership positions at the Director level or higher, is required.
Experience in program planning, implementation, and evaluation is also required.
Experience in ambulatory care in highly matrix reporting structure required.
Experience in a Magnet organization is desirable.
Experience in a unionized environment is desirable.
Excellent interpersonal skills, as demonstrated by the ability to work effectively with physician partners, individuals and/or teams, across disciplines, are required.
Demonstrated skill in change management is required.
Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.
Strong financial and analytic skills are required.
Demonstrated experience in program planning, implementation, and evaluation is required.
Experience in facility planning and major building projects, is highly desirable.
Working knowledge of University policies and procedures is desired.
Demonstrates the following Michigan Medicine leadership competencies:
Creates Value for the Diverse Communities We Serve
Creates a Shared Vision
Leads Innovation & Change
Fosters & Promotes Diverse Teams and builds inclusive relationships
Coaches and Develops Others
Achieves Results and solves problems
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About Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan Health
Michigan Medicine-University of Michigan Health, based in Ann Arbor Michigan, is a part of one of the world’s leading universities. We are a premier, highly ranked academic medical center and award-winning health care system with state-of-the-art facilities. Our vision is to create the future of health care through scientific discovery, innovations in education, and the most effective and compassionate care. We want to be the leader in health care, health care reform, curriculum and biomedical innovation. Michigan Medicine includes the U-M Hospitals and Health Centers, the U-M Medical School and its Faculty Group Practice, one of the nation's largest biomedical research communities, and education programs that train thousands of future health professionals and scientists each year. We also include the clinical programs of the U-M School of Nursing and the activities of the Michigan Health Corporation, which enables us to form partnerships outside of our University. It's the Michigan Difference!