A fantastic Critical Care Nursing Leadership opportunity is actively interviewing in Central California for a Evening Shift ICU Assistant Nurse Manager. The Evening Shift ICU Assistant Nurse Manager will work during evening shift and will report to the Intensive Care Unit Nurse Manager. The Evening Shift ICU Assistant Nurse Manager will have the support of an experienced nursing team and ICU Charge RN’s and ICU Support Staff.
The Evening ShiftICU Assistant Nurse Manager will assist theICU Nurse Manager with overall department operations, staff supervision, budget, and staff competency. The ICU Assistant Nurse Manager will have prior experience working in Critical Care in a Charge, Supervisory, or Assistant Nurse Manager position.
The ICU Assistant Nurse Manager will join a hospital that has responded to the COVID-19 virus by:
- Adding additional COVID-19 beds to accommodate surges
- Establishing COVID-19 screening and community information hotlines
- Providing Telemedicine doctor appointments and establishing a no visitor policy
- Completing a project for airflow to properly isolate positive patients
- Staff celebration of patients discharging/recovered from COVID-19
The Intensive Care Unit Assistant Nurse Manager will live and work in a welcoming community with great quality of life. It offers great cost of living, low commute times, good school systems, and nice people. You’re nearby to Sequoia National Forest for year-round outdoor activities and within driving distance for weekend trips to various California attractions.
If you’re a strong ICU Nurse looking for an Intensive Care Unit Assistant Nurse Manager position in the Central Valley then this could be a perfect fit for you. This hospital will offer their ICU Assistant Nurse Manager Evening Shift a competitive salary, full suite of excellent benefits, and possible relocation assistance to the area.