The mission of Wasatch Forensic Nurses is to provide compassionate care and professional timely collection of forensic medical evidence and services as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Wasatch Forensic Nurses is a team of 30 registered and advanced practice nurses who provide forensic examinations to victims of sexual assault in Salt Lake and Utah Counties. We have been a 501(c)3 since 2002 and have grown from providing care in one hospital to care in 19 hospitals across two counties. As part of our commitment to reduce the impact of sexual violence on the lives of our citizens, we actively participate in local and statewide committees on issues related to sexual violence.
Reports directly to the Board of Directors. Works closely with Clinical Director in all areas. Directly supervises administrative assistant.
Plans, directs and evaluates activities of organization’s mission and vision. Included in these responsibilities: fiscal accountability, grant writing, and grant management, staffing, scheduling, licensing, and hospital agreements, quality management, systems development, representing organization at local and state meetings, monthly team meetings, and team communication, human resource development, and process improvement, and other responsibilities as assigned. This position may or may not have responsibility for providing care to patients.
This position may be full or part time depending on applicants interests and qualifications.
· Preferred: Master’s degree in Public Health, Nursing, Hospital Administration, Business Administration or equivalent
· Five years of experience in leadership position in health care and/or nonprofit setting.
· Demonstrated skills in leadership, management, financial planning, quality improvement, service delivery, and human relations
· Effective communication skills, both written and verbal.
· Grant writing experience
1. Promotes the organization mission, vision and values.
2. Directs the development of goals through strategic planning.
3. Provides leadership and direction for the program; oversees activities and development consistent with the overall mission and vision of the program.
4. Plans, directs, and coordinates the day-to-day operation of the organization, in close coordination with the clinical director and board of directors.
5. Directs the financial planning and allocation of resources in collaboration with clinical directors and board of directors. Prepares and manages grants and of budgets. Works directly with the accountant on taxes and annual financial reviews.
6. Serves and participates on local and state committees.
7. communicates with the board of directors regularly, including but not limited to, reporting the financial status and other operating conditions of the organization.
Proposed salary range: Compensation is commensurate with skills and experiences (Full-time salary: $50,000 - $60,000) plus benefit package negotiable.
Application Closing Date: 10/15/17, Midnight