Nursing Network Associate Division Nurse Leader (ADNL)
2 people are interested
The ADNL works across all business lines and may function in one or more states. According to the specific, individual assignment from the DNL, the ADNLs will function as a team to:
1. Recruit, mentor, support, guide, and recognize Nursing Network Regional Nurse Leaders; Provide support across the Volunteer Engagement Cycle as appropriate. Serve as Interim RNL in the case of vacancies.
2. Collaborate with the DNL in meeting the unique needs of the regions and division; coordinate and assist with achieving the Chief Nurse Initiatives.
3. Promote Academic Service Learning (ASL) as a framework for volunteer engagement by recruiting or functioning as ASL Volunteer Coordinators.
4. In collaboration with division leadership and as needed, build a network of support with state and regional partners and governmental agencies to engage health professionals and achieve the Volunteer Growth Strategy.
5. Participate in scheduled meetings/communication, usually done via scheduled conference calls or webinars. (Most activities are accomplished by email or phone, although travel may sometimes be required to network with Red Cross units and external partners.)
6. The ADNL provides timely information to the appropriate audience, including: a. Changes in state practice parameters and laws relevant to nursing, as promulgated by State Boards of Nursing, b. Current contact information of nursing leaders for internal and public rosters, c. Changing trends or issues in service delivery within the regions, and d. Opportunities to participate in new projects or work groups, as they materialize.
7. Complete Nursing Network quarterly metric surveys and annual Nursing & Health Leadership Diversity Survey per deadlines.
8. Promote nominations for national/international awards.
9. Log all ADNL volunteer hours in Volunteer Connection and maintain an updated profile. ADNLs are expected to impress the importance of logging hours into Volunteer Connection regularly.
10. ADNLs are expected to recruit and mentor their own replacement with input from the DNL and Division leadership.
1. Current active, unencumbered Registered Nurse (RN) license in any state 2. Knowledge of Red Cross structure, governance system, programs/services, Volunteer Growth Strategy and Volunteer Engagement Cycle 3. Documented nurse leadership experience 4. Willingness to work across ALL Red Cross business lines 5. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills 6. Ability to manage projects, collaborate, lead change and motivate others 7. Familiarity with computer technology, basic office software, social media and other emerging technology platforms or a willingness to learn 8. Volunteer experience; volunteer recruitment and leadership experience preferred 9. Understand the value health professional volunteers bring to the Red Cross
We'll work with your schedule.
751 Riverside AvenueJacksonville, FL 32204
- Orientation or Training
- 4-6 hrs/week, varies according to needs
- on the job training, familiarity with Red Cross business lines and health materials.