One of southern California's most awarded hospitals is actively seeking an Assistant Nurse Manager to lead their Critical Care Unit during the night shift. The CCU Assistant Nurse Manager will enjoy the work / life balance that comes with working three, 12 hour shifts while still being in a formal leadership position. This important ICU Assistant Nurse Manager position is a salaried position and leads an experienced team of CCRN prepared Staff Nurses and Charge RNs. The Critical Care Assistant Nurse Manager will work collaboratively with the day shift ICU Nurse Manager and one additional Night Shift ICU Nurse Supervisor. Consistent communication will ensure smooth transitions from day shift to night shift staff, appropriate patient care is communicated and that quality initiatives are continued around the clock.
The Critical Care Assistant Nurse Manager will work in a high acuity 36 bed Intensive Care Unit. This ICU is separated into two units based on the current patient census and staffing ratios are 1:1 or 1:2. The acute care medical center is a Level II Trauma Center and has nearly 300 patient beds. As a designated STEMI Receiving Center and being outfitted with an advanced Cardiovascular Tower, this medical center has gained a great local reputation for their lifesaving care. The advanced ICU team work closely with the Operating Room, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Emergency Department and Trauma teams. The Critical Care Unit Assistant Nurse Manager will communicate with these departments and the House Supervisor to ensure appropriate patient care, bed assignment and patient flow.
The Assistant Nurse Manager CCU will be proud to work as this hospital that has been recognized by U.S. News and World Reports as a Top Hospital in the Nation, and the hospital has won numerous Excellence Awards for their high quality patient-centered care. The local community truly values the healthcare workers and the senior hospital leadership are proud of the countless hours put back into the community by staff through volunteering, free clinics and various educational courses.
The ICU Assistant Nurse Manager will enjoy their time off the night shift in beautiful southern California. This convenient location is minutes from the beach and enjoys immaculate weather all year. Moreover, this hospital is located in an easily commutable city making housing options numerous.