Healthcare Administration / Executive Nursing Jobs
This is an exciting time for healthcare management. The field requires talented people to help introduce and manage the changes taking place. In their roles, healthcare executives have an opportunity to make a significant contribution to improving the health of the communities their organizations serve. As a result of the transformation taking place in the healthcare system, career options for healthcare executives are becoming more diverse. Increasingly, positions for healthcare executives may be found in a wide variety of settings.
Begin planning as early as possible for a career in healthcare management. A good scholastic record is important—especially if you want to attend a graduate program for a master’s degree or a doctorate. Many schools and colleges in the United States and Canada offer undergraduate degrees with a concentration in health services management.
Research and prepare your profile. Develop a contact network. Set your bar high and work to achieve it.Choose the best partner for your career advancement. Developed by industry experts, NursingJobsToday.com consists of innovative tools and practical guidance for career enhancement strategies. [read more]
Though often working collaboratively, nurses do not simply “assist” physicians and other health care providers. Instead, they practice independently within their own defined scope of practice. Nursing Jobs range from direct patient care to case management, establishing nursing practice standards, developing quality assurance procedures, and directing complex nursing care systems. [read more]
Projections for healthcare jobs are above average for the next few years. If you have been contemplating a career in nursing or the healthcare field, or are looking to advance your current healthcare career, the time is right. [read more]
You’ve just reached a new milestone—your first nursing degree after completing your first nursing education program. Now you’re ready to land that
dream nursing job. Sounds simple, doesn’t it? You know a great nursing job is out there, available and waiting for you. It’s just a matter of having a strategic plan to find – and snag that nursing job. This article describes important steps for helping you do that:
- writing your résumé.
- finding job openings.
- completing the job application.
- sailing through the job interview.
As you pursue your dream job, you need to build a professional network of colleagues from previ- ous workplaces, peers from your nursing-degree program, nursing faculty and mentors, your college alumni association or university career center, and fellow members of professional nursing organizations. Also, you may benefit from sessions with a certified life coach who can guide you in making important career decisions and support you in designing a career map. [read more]