Director of Nursing opening in , Vermont. HIM Directors seeking to work in a hands-on environment and making a positive difference should take this opportunity into consideration. One of our clients, a critical access hospital in Vermont, is seeking a full-time, perm HIM Director to join their stable leadership team. RHIA/RHIT is required for this opportunity. While a Bachelor's degree is required, there may be additional consideration given based upon years of experience within HIM leadership. Collaborating with additional service lines throughout the hospital, you will be contributing to the continued success of the hospital and the community at large. Relocation assistance is available for their next full-time, perm Director of Nutrition.
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- Bachelor's Degree Required
- Rural, Critical Access Hospital
- RHIA/RHIT Required
- Competitive Compensation and Relocation Assistance
- Stable Organization, Friendly Community
- Scenic Vermont
- Our services are free for you
- We help negotiate your salary and contract
- We coordinate interviews and help with licenses
- Specialized recruiters match your career preferences
- Experienced support teams take care of every detail
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