The SCN is responsible for proactively assisting the Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) in meeting the strategic objectives of Nation Hospital (NH). Ensuring the delivery of International standards of care in accordance with established International/National practices, policies and procedures.
With the Nursing and Midwifery leadership you will be accountable for the formulation, development, implementation and monitoring of the Hospital Nursing/ Midwifery Strategy within your clinical area.
The SCN is responsible for all aspects of performance related to their specialty areas whilst maintaining and contributing to the broader hospital and corporate strategic and operational agenda.
Working in conjunction with the Heads of Departments, the SCN plays a crucial role in delivering day-to-day levels of excellence in service provision & development across the Base Wards and their specialities.
The post holder will contribute to developing ward/department service standards and ensure they are consistently met. Acting as a role model, they will deliver high clinical and operational performance standards by developing and supporting the Charge Nurses.
Working with the clinical practice team and nursing leadership assist in the development, education and practice and assisting in the achievement of Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) process.
Responsible for the implementation and delivery of age appropriate patient care in your area of practice congruent with the mission, vision and values of the Organisation. Ensuring Nursing/Midwifery staff adhere to the Professional Code of Conduct and Scope of Practice of the regulatory body.
The post holder will take the initiative in actively promoting the image and reputation of the hospital and individual departments through the use of effective interpersonal skills and sound communication skills to create and maintain the NH brand.
To promote the hospital values and the values of the Medical University of Vienna.
Position Qualifications and Experience Profile
SCN must have a well-established track record of clinical and managerial leadership in healthcare systems. Demonstrate a history of directly relevant and progressive career growth and increasing organisational responsibility.