The CAC s major responsibility is fro the implementation of the mission, vision, philosophy, core values and standards of practice for all staff on off tours and weekends. Serve as a catalyst and role model, provides administrative leadership and direction. Responsible for allocating the available resources to promote autonomous, effective, safe, cost efficient, and compassionate quality care. Facilitate an atmosphere of interactive management and the development of collegial relationships among nursing personnel and other disciplines, also with the healthcare community. The CAC is accountable for the acute care environment and must create learning experiences that are open and respectful, at the same time promoting the sharing of expertise. This ability to enhance the practice environment is critical to the recruitment and retention of all staff. The CAC contributes to organizational strategic planning, is responsible for day-to-day hospital operations, implementation fo standards of care, attainment of goals, and imple
7-10 years of direct experience in the field as a licensed NJ RN; BSN with 2+ years experience in a nursing acute care leadership role or must be enrolled in a BSN program in NLN accredited school, must be completed within the 1 st year of starting the CAC role. Current American Heart Association CPR/BLS and ACLS required. Critical Care experience, National certification, and a masters degree preferred.