Home | WA Seattle | Nurse Director | NICU
90520 - This great leadership/management job as the Director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at this leading academic children's hospital in the Pacific Northwest area of the U.S. is available now. The Director in this job has the responsibility for the overall management and cost-effective operation of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in its fast-paced Level IV 26 bed environment. This nursing leader plans, directs, and manages the efficient functioning of the NICU and its staff to ensure safe, quality, nursing care for their pediatric patients.
Responsibilities of the Director, NICU Job
Provide clinical practice and operational leadership in the NICU department
Manage the human resource function including selection, development, training, motivation, evaluation and discipline of departmental personnel
Direct and manage contracted services to meet patient and organization needs
Develop, implement and manage the strategic plan to respond to anticipated trends, changes in treatment, economics or patient needs
Provide leadership in developing and implementing strategic initiatives for operations, patient flow, facilities, capital and operating budgets, and staffing
Develop, implement and monitor the department operating budget
Manage development, implementation and assessment of policies and procedures
Assure ongoing accreditation and regulatory compliance in an environment that promotes patient and environmental safety
Qualifications for the Director, NICU Job
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, required
MSN may be substituted with a Master's in Business Administration, Public Health, Healthcare Administration or a related field, provided the candidate also possesses a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. Candidates currently enrolled in a Master's program will be considered. Must complete program within 3 years in position and maintain solid performance.
Minimum of 5 years of leadership experience in a healthcare setting, required
Current RN license in the State of Washington, required
Current BLS, PEARS, or PALS certification, required
Must obtain national certification in a clinical specialty area or leadership within 3 years, required
This full-time job is in a leading academic children's hospital that is number 5 on the Honor Roll of U.S. News & World Report's Best Children's Hospitals for 2016-17. It has achieved Magnet status for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice, and its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is ranked #5 in the U.S and #1 west of the Mississippi. As the city it's located in continues to expand and gain influence on the West Coast, this leading academic children's hospital is positioned at the top of the medical treatment arena in pediatrics. Don't miss this opportunity to join a medical institution with the highest quality of care as its standard, operating in a city that exemplifies all of the finer aspects of the Pacific Northwest lifestyle.
For more information on this exciting neonatal intensive care leadership job, please contact Melnic Consulting Group, Jill Gilliland at email@example.com or (800) 886-7906, thank you.