Seeking Executive leader to serve as the Director of Critical Care Services for a top Health System in Hawaii
- The Director of Critical Care Service’s will provide leadership, administration, clinical and operational management to patient care units, departments, programs, functions, and activities related to Dialysis Program, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Surgical Intensive Care Unit and Trauma Unit, Neuro Intensive Care and Advanced Neuro Unit, Comprehensive Cardiac Care Units, Respiratory Therapy, Life Support & Resuscitation Program while directing the development and implementation of strategic and innovative strategies to further the mission of The Queen’s Medical Center.
- This leader will anticipate problems and other needs, as well as provide solutions to ensure smooth operations while making a significant contribution to patient care quality, service, and functions as an organizational leader and is accountable to the System Leadership Council.
- Responsible for the continuous advancement and improvement of assigned areas of responsibility, develops departmental objectives that are responsive to external market factors and trends, and that contribute to the attainment of overall organization strategic plans and organizational goals.
- Mentors and develops staff consistent with the CARE values (Compassion, Aloha, Respect, Excellence), recognizing and appreciating the unique heritage of this organization and its commitment to the people of Hawaii.
- Looking for a Director to promote teamwork, as well as be results driven while building team rapport and be accountable for outcomes and results to achieve the annual goals and objectives approved by the Board of Trustees.
- Ideal candidate will be an experienced, collaborative leader, that is highly skilled in facilitating interactions among organizational departments and leaders to bring a standard of care across all ICUs.
- Must have 5+ years of leadership management experience in critical care services and union experience.
- BSN required, Masters preferred.
- The Queen’s Health Systems is a nonprofit, health care organization with a rich history of caring for the people of Hawaii.
- As the state’s largest employer, they have 10,000 caregivers, medical staff, and leadership to help achieve optimal health and wellness.
- The organization achieved Magnet recognition as a reflection of its nursing professionalism, teamwork, and superiority in patient care.
- The Health System has four hospitals and more than 70 preventive, specialty health care locations and labs throughout the Pacific region.
- Honolulu, on the island of Oahu’s south shore, is the capital of Hawaii and gateway to the U.S. island chain.
- The Waikiki neighborhood is the center for dining, nightlife and shopping, famed for its iconic crescent beach backed by palms and high-rise hotels, and a volcanic Diamond Head crater looming in the distance.
- The Honolulu Zoo is unique in that it is the only zoo in the United States to be established by grants made by a sovereign monarch, and now homes approximately 900 different animals from the tropics.
- If you are looking to get outside in nature, you must check out Diamond Head, one of Hawaii’s most iconic geological features and a significant natural, cultural, historical, and recreational resource.