Director of Nursing

US-ID-Idaho Falls
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Promontory Point Rehabilitation
Registered Nurse


Promontory Point Rehabilitation is the premier Skilled Nursing Facility of Eastern Idaho. We provide rehabilitative services for individuals requiring a short regimen of therapy following a hospital stay. Our state-of-the-art facility in Ammon, Idaho is designed to look and feel like a resort. Each therapy suite includes amenities like flat screen televisions, wi-fi access, and in-room restaurant-style meal service.


Our team is now searching for an exceptional nurse to fill the role of Director of Nursing. This individual is responsible for the delivery of efficient, caring service pertinent to the individual needs of patients for all ages within Transitional Care settings. She/he is responsible for implementing operational policies of the scheduling, Preadmission, Admission, MDS process, standing as first line of authority in unit problem solving, and acting as liaison to administration.


This position comes with a highly competitive salary, and relocation incentives are negotiable. Apply today to hear more about this incredible opportunity.


  1. Develop a plan for the departments that supports the objective of the facility in patient care, teaching, training, and health promotion.


  1. Identifies resources and needs: develops, allocates, administers and evaluates department budgets and capital plan.
  2. Ensures that ample and cost effective supplies and equipment are present to support the care of patents.


  1. Provide appropriate, equitable access for patients requiring services.


  1. Ensure appropriate, efficient staffing levels.
  2. Ensure appropriate discharge strategies are implemented.


  1. Ensure that patients receive appropriate competent and quality clinical care and that customer service meets patient’s expectations.


  1. Adherence by staff to all policy and procedures.
  2. Reporting, monitoring, and management of patient and staff incidents.
  3. Monitoring and management of infection control.
  4. Monitoring and review of quality indicators relating to services.
  5. Monitoring and management of patient and physician satisfaction results.
  6. Participation in benchmarking services.
  7. Development of a continuing quality plan.


  1. Strategic planning for the departments that meet the needs of the facility and promote efficiency.


  1. Improving systems and environment to ensure an appropriate flow for the patient throughout services.
  2. Involving medical staff in decisions and planning of services.
  3. Identification and management risks in systems.
  4. Use key performance indicators to monitor services.


  1. Maintain, develop, and utilize professional relationships with a wide range of contributing organizations and specialists.


  1. Maintain effective working relationships between nursing, clerical, medical and allied health staff.
  2. Direct and facilitate communication between departments.



  1. Ensure the effective management of human resources within the departments in order to meet Promontory Point Rehabilitation and departments objectives.


  1. Management of recruitment and retention of staff.
  2. Management of staffing levels.
  3. Ensuring appropriate orientation of new staff.
  4. Promotion of continuing education for staff.
  5. Monitoring and management of staff satisfaction.
  6. Personnel evaluations and competing development.
  7. Ensures completion of all steps of the disciplinary action process utilizing accuracy and consistency.


  1. Ensure appropriate leadership and representation of the department and the facility nursing staff to meet the strategic and operational goals of the Promontory Point Rehabilitation.


  1. Model and disseminate the vision and values.
  2. Represent the facility at the executive level.
  3. Actively participate in any committees as required.


Education/Certification:  Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a Bachelor Degree. Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Idaho, or must be able to obtain Registered Nurse License in the State of Idaho.


Experience:  Three to four years of nursing experience. One year of experience in a Skilled Nursing Facility. At least one year of management and/or leadership experience in any setting.


Equipment/Technology:  Experience with computers required.


Language/Communication:  Has the ability to read and communicate effectively in English.


Mental Capabilities:  Can frequently and consistently make sound judgments.


Interpersonal:  Good communication skills.  Ability to work well with others.


Performance:  Can work well under pressure and meet multiple and competing deadlines.


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