An award-winning, patient-centered hospital seeks an experienced Assistant Manager of the Intermediate Care Unit to join a prestigious healthcare organization in Central Delaware.
This 300+ bed, magnet-designated facility is part of one of the largest healthcare systems in Delaware and is recognized nationally. Their recent accolades include being ranked one of the best hospitals in the state by US News and World Report and named one of the safest hospitals for patients. They also received a Consumer Reports award for excellence in general nursing and overall quality of care.
The Clinical Coordinator of the Intermediate Care Unit will report directly to the nurse manager and be supported by a dynamic team in the daily operations of the nursing unit/department on a 24 hour basis. The IMC Clinical Coordinator provides direct supervision of staff and rotates weekend, holiday and shifts as needed to ensure management presence and visibility according to departmental needs. The Clinical Coordinator participates in employee selection and evaluation, in scheduling and staffing, and in the development and adherence to clinical and budgetary standards. The Assistant Manager provides leadership to unit based work groups ie unit committees. The role also requires providing and coordinating direct patient care.
The ideal candidate will hold a BSN and have 1 year of related experience. The preferred candidate will hold a MSN and have 3 years of experience. Current DE RN or compact license is required.
This technology-advanced hospital is located in a beautiful area that offers outstanding schools and safe neighborhoods. It is a short drive from Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Southern New Jersey, and the Assistant Manager of Intermediate Care Unit will enjoy living near a major metropolitan area with access to endless recreational activities. Delaware is growing, and the state tax structure is desirable.
The Manager position offers a competitive compensation package, tuition reimbursement, and the opportunity of working with one of the largest healthcare systems in the state.