Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary $150,000.00 - $200,000.00 gross per year
  • Washington, D.C.


- Nursing management is performing leadership functions of governance and decision-making within organizations employing nurses.
It includes processes common to all management like planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling.

Chief nursing officers are charged with ensuring that patient-care, clinical and staffing standards are met.
They advise senior management on best practices in nursing and patient care, work with healthcare leaders to establish compensation and benefit programs for nurses, and are involved in nurse recruitment, training and retention.
CNOs may also develop patient-care programs, manage nursing budgets, plan new patient services, establish nursing policies and procedures, participate in cross-departmental decision making, conduct performance improvement activities and represent nursing services at board of director meetings.
They often manage multiple departments of an organization and report directly to the chief executive officer or executive director

- A graduate of an approved school in skill-set/specialty/discipline.
Meeting the requirements for registry and/or licensure in the state of employment.

Performance of all Skill-set/Discipline procedures as described in the departmental standards.

State License as a professional in specific area of expertise and education/pending or active will be considered.
Registered with the state licensure requirements.
Experience in specialty apply to/for.

  • nurse
  • recruitment