A 200 bed San Francisco Bay Area Medical Center is looking for an Assistant Nurse Manager to oversee their Critical Care Unit.
This Hospital is part of a large and stable healthcare organization, with facilities throughout the region. The Assistant Nurse Manager Critical Care will be responsible for a 14 bed ICU.
The Assistant Nurse Manager of the Intensive Care Unit will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the department. The Assistant Nurse Manager of Critical provide guidance on nursing practice, hiring and retention, budgeting and quality improvement.
The Assistant Nurse Manager of Intensive Care Unit will oversee a 14 bed ICU with over 100 FTE’s. The Center exceeds national standards for care during a heart attack, and has excellent quality ratings and patient satisfaction scores. The Assistant Nurse Manager Critical Care will report to the Nurse Manager Critical Care Services.
The CCU Assistant Nurse Manager will report to the hospital tops nursing management and be responsible for developing and implementing nursing policies, procedures, and services for the Critical Care Unit.
To ensure proper staffing for the ICU the Intensive Care Unit Nursing Manager will hire and train the unit’s clinical staff. The ideal Critical Care Assistant Nurse Manager will be a hands-on leader that can provide direct patient care if need and encourages and develops the CCU team to perform at a high level of excellence.
Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, the Assistant Nurse Manager will have the opportunity to live in one of the most culturally diverse regions in the country. Home to numerous large cities, a thriving economy, excellent public and private universities, endless outdoor activities and natural beauty and a number of professional sport teams.
Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to join one of the regions most prestigious healthcare organizations. The Medical Center is prepared to offer a generous salary, comprehensive benefit package, relocation assistance and bonus potential to the right candidate,