The Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB) is the professional regulatory body for registered nurses and nurse practitioners in New Brunswick and provides regulatory oversight the largest group of health care professionals in New Brunswick with 8,900 members.
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Reporting to NANB’s Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) will lead the organization through a dynamic time of organizational change and champion for the organization’s mandate to regulate the nursing profession in the interest of the public. As the CEO, you will be responsible for facilitating the decision-making responsibilities of the Board and providing leadership in short and long-term strategic planning for the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB). You will engage, motivate and empower a strong and dedicated team. You will maintain and build effective relationships with NANB registrants, partners and subsidiary organizations, the provincial and federal government, and provincial and national nursing and health-related organizations.
As the ideal candidate, you are a strategic, visionary and results oriented leader. Along with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, and ideally with a graduate degree in a relevant field, you possess at least 5-10 years of administrative experience at a senior management level in health care and are eligible for registration with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick.
As a leader, you display strong skills in communication, facilitation, conflict resolution and are politically savvy. You are an exceptional communicator with a proven ability to work comfortably in both French and English. You bring solid experience leading within complex, multi-stakeholder environments in which you have worked with Boards, sector associations, government and others. You are able to effectively collaborate with, and inspire, others to build buy-in to lead organizational change. As an intuitively strategic and critical thinker, you have a proven ability to engage in strategic and long-term planning, but are also able to effectively manage the operational, day-to-day activities of an organization. Most importantly, you are dedicated and committed to nursing regulation in the public interest and bring a deep appreciation for and understanding of the role of self-regulation.
NANB is committed to being an organization where diversity and different perspectives are valued. We strive to be an organization that is inclusive, supportive, and reflective of the communities and organizations we serve, and we encourage applications from candidates who identify as part of a traditionally marginalized community.
If you are interested in pursuing this exciting opportunity, please apply online at http://www.kbrs.ca/Career/16107. For more information or to ask any questions, please contact Daniella Sam at firstname.lastname@example.org, Erin MacDonald at email@example.com or Andrea Forbes-Hurley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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