State of Hawaii
Full-time, non-civil service exempt appt. This position will assist the Hospital Administrator in hospital leadership and is assigned overall accountability for the planning, directing, integrating, and coordinating and improving performance of Quality Improvement, Risk Management and Training, Patient Rights, Medical Records, Staff Development, the Medical Library, hospital-wide policies and procedures, and all licensing and accreditation activities. This position is a critical member of the hospital leadership team and the position will be asked to assume leadership, community liaison and public information activities, in coordination with the Administrator.
Applicants must have graduated from an approved accredited School of Nursing and licensed to practice in the State of Hawaii. Applicant must also possess a Bachelors of Science in health related field, (Masters preferred) and certification as a Healthcare Quality Professional or an equivalent combination of training and experience Equivalent combination shall mean five (5) or more years of managerial experience in the application of Quality/Management/Assessment and Improvement principles and techniques in a clinical setting. Recent experience in the mental health field preferred.
Kaneohe to Kualoa, Oahu
Full-time, non-civil service exempt appt. The primary purpose of these positions is to provide clinical leadership for other staff members, provide direct psychiatric services, participate in quality management activities and continuously strive to improve the quality of patient care. These positions operate out of the Psychiatry Services Unit, which has the overall responsibility for the organization and provision of interdisciplinary, bio-psychosocial treatment at the Hawaii State Hospital.
Applicants must possess a valid permanent or temporary license to practice medicine in the State of Hawaii and one year of experience in psychiatry. For program information, call Dr. Margaret Grant at (808) 236-8236.
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