Nurse Manager PICU Job Req 90506
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90506 - Consider this great job opportunity for an intensive care management role at this leading academic children's hospital in the beautiful Pacific Northwest! The Pediatric Nurse Manager in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is responsible for managing and coordinating the delivery of specialized care services for infants, children, teens and young adults recovering from a variety of serious conditions such as septic shock, solid organ transplant (liver, intestine, and kidney), advanced bone marrow transplant, neurosurgery and other pediatric surgeries. Specialized care provided in their new 28 bed state-of-the-art PICU with mostly single rooms includes ECMO/ECLS (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation/Extracorporeal Life Support), continuous renal replacement therapy, liver dialysis, nitric oxide and ICP monitoring.
This leading academic pediatric hospital is nationally ranked in all pediatric specialties in U.S. News & World Report's Best Children's Hospitals for 2017-18. Its 32 bed PICU cares for children recovering from complex medical situations, and their nationally recognized ECMO program provides life sustaining heart and lung support for children in the PICU. It has achieved Magnet status for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice, and its Pediatric Intensive Care Unit has earned the Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence. 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 please contact Jill Gilliland, Melnic Healthcare Providers Community, at email@example.com or (800) 886-7906. Thank you.
Responsibilities for the Manager, PICU job:
Collaborate with leadership and staff to manage, assess, and enhance care of critically ill children in the PICU
Develop, implement, and monitor staffing plans and scheduling
Develop and implement staff development programs to meet compliance with patient safety and regulatory requirements
Participate in quality initiatives in the PICU department and throughout the organization
Assume fiscal responsibility and accountability for the PICU department budget
Qualifications for the Manager, PICU job:
Current Washington State RN license
Current BLS for Healthcare providers
National certification in a clinical specialty area must be obtained within three years of employment