A new leadership opportunity for an Emergency Department Nurse Manager RN has become available with a reputable healthcare system in the SF Bay Area.
This award-winning Trauma Center is looking for a compassionate nurse leader to join their hospital’s leadership team. The acute care facility offers a number of different services to the surrounding community including:
- Surgical Services
- Laboratory Services
- Maternal Child Health
- Cardiovascular Care
- Oncology Center
- Emergency/ Trauma Services
The Emergency Department Nurse Manager will be accountable for the operations of the Emergency Department. They will work to develop departmental goals and objectives and collaborate with fellow multidisciplinary team members to deliver quality outcomes. The Emergency Services Nurse Shift Manager will provide both leadership and mentorship to staff within the Emergency and Trauma Department and work together improve patient care plans. Supported by the Emergency Department Nurse Supervisor, the Emergency Department Nurse Manager will report directly to the Nurse Director Emergency and Trauma Services.
This large hospital prides themselves on treating their patients with the highest amount of care, just as they would their own family members. With over 70,000 Emergency Room visits annually, the hospital is looking for an enthusiastic candidate to join and lead their ER Emergency Room team.
This region of California is known for its historic landmarks, educational institutions, championship sports teams and overall growing communities. The SF Bay Area is a wonderful place for people to grow personally and professionally. There is access to major airports and a variety of cultural activities and dining options.
The hospital is looking for a strong Nurse Leader to join their multidisciplinary team as Emergency Department ED Nurse Manager RN. The opportunity for growth and leadership development are inevitable. This facility is prepared to offer a highly competitive salary, suite of benefits and relocation assistance if necessary.