Colorado Nurses Association Seeking Dynamic Leader

The Colorado Nurses Association (CNA) is a non-profit membership organization representing the interests of all registered nurses in the state of Colorado. CNA's vision is to be the unifying voice for nursing in Colorado to positively influence the future of healthcare. The Association’s strategic priorities include advancing the role of the registered nurse through advocacy and empowering the practice of nursing to enhance access to quality and safe health care for all Coloradans.

The Executive Director is the voice and face of CNA's mission, vision and goals to the public, community partners, legislators, and membership. The Executive Director will report directly to the CNA Board of Directors and will manage the day-to-day operations of the CNA office and staff. The five key areas of responsibilities include: leadership and management; financial and legal; communications; advocacy and engagement; and membership and development.

Graduate education required, with executive leadership experience, or management experience in a healthcare organization or healthcare membership association.

Registered nurse preferred. Apply by July 1, 2021.

Interested applicants should submit queries and CVs to [email protected].
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Benefits of Membership

CNA | ANA


Peer Assistance 

Substance Use & Mental Health Concerns

Licensing Questions

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The Benefits of Membership

  • Personal & professional networking opportunities
  • A voice in the community through representation by the CNA lobbyists at the legislature
  • Up to 45% savings on ANCC Certifications
  • Subscriptions to the American Nurse and CNA Member News
  • Discount on leading nursing publications
  • Discounts on nursing continuing education
  • Special opportunities on liability insurance
  • Options for group medical, dental, life & disability insurance
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Peer Assistance Services, Inc.

Peer Assistance Services, Inc. provides confidential services to those in the nursing profession who may be experiencing physical, emotional, psychological, or substance use problems. The program accepts self-referrals and calls from those who may be concerned about themselves or others. Staff is available during business hours as well as after hours and weekends by calling the 24-hour information line at 303-369-0039 x 235

 

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