DNLs provide leadership at the division level in support of the Nursing Network. They provide guidance in achieving the Volunteer Services Chief Nurse Initiatives which support organizational and business line goals. They may appoint several ADNLs within a division to provide leadership in geographic areas or as needed for the DNL’s team.
- Provide division level leadership of a team in support of health professional volunteer recruitment, engagement, and satisfaction across all business lines of Provide support across the Volunteer Engagement Cycle as appropriate.
- Recruit, mentor, support, guide, and recognize the Nursing Network
While the typical time commitment expected is 8-10 hours per week, this commitment varies according to regional and divisional needs. The workload may increase when recruiting and orienting new ADNLs and/or RNLs.
- Current, unencumbered, active Registered Nurse (RN) license (advanced nursing degree preferred)
- Working knowledge of Red Cross structure, systems, programs/services, Nursing Network, Division, Volunteer Growth Strategy, and Volunteer Engagement Cycle
- Five years' experience as a nurse leader (two of them preferably within the Red Cross)
- Cultural sensitivity and awareness
- Enthusiasm about Red Cross mission
- Orientation to the American Red Cross
- Transitional training/mentorship from previous DNL
- On-the-job training from supervisor, as needed
- Familiarity with materials on org, The Exchange, and Volunteer Connection
- Business line specific training as needed