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Estimated Pay $52 per hour
Hours Full-time, Part-time
Location Vancouver, Washington

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An exciting new opportunity for a Nursing Director of Rehabilitation Services has just become available at this Pacific Northwest health system. Start your journey with this nationally recognized and awarded medical center.

As the Nursing Director of Rehabilitation Services you will be working in a medical center that has been recognized for its exceptional clinical quality, patient safety and service. This wellness and rehabilitation facility was recently accredited a 5 Star for Patient Safety by CMS. Specializing in memory support, rehabilitation therapy, post acute care, memory support and pain management, the Director will have the opportunity to grow their experience and skills in a supportive and tight knit environment. 

The Nurse Director will report to the experienced Executive Director, and be responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of the department. The Director will lead a close knit team of RN’s while working in collaboration with other leaders to streamline methods to provide continuous high quality care for residents. The Clinical Team is composed of a Physician, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Registered Dietitian, and Certified Nursing Assistants.

Within the 80+ bed facility, the Nursing Director of Rehabilitation Services will oversee every aspect of patient care and the facilities specialities such as respite care and supplementary care. This is a supportive and familial environment, for those with the most generous hearts. The Nursing Director of Rehabilitation Services will work alongside the experienced rehabilitation staff as well as highly motivated Physicians. 

This medical facility prides itself on their commitment to quality care and client satisfaction, the Nursing Director will be expected to maintain this level of professionalism and care the team provides to residents. Providing training opportunities, daily resident rounds and participation in facility surveys are a few responsibilities the Nursing Director of Rehabilitation Services   can expect to fill their days. A candidate with strong long term acute care leadership experience will surely make for a quick interview.

Enjoy a bike friendly town, centrally located between the mountains and the coast this city is hard to beat. Known for craft beer and coffee shops, with more food carts than one could imagine this location is hard to not fall in love with. The Director of Rehabilitation Services will have access to a thriving metropolis.

The Nursing Director of Rehabilitation Services will work with an amazing team of healthcare professionals, and get the chance to develop new skills. This hospital is prepared to offer competitive compensation, generous benefits, and assistance with relocation.