An exciting opportunity has just opened for a Hospital Infection Control Nurse Manager. Apply today, and join this experienced team in one of CA Central Valley’s most trusted medical centers and health systems.
This expansive 200+ bed hospital has served the surrounding community for over 50 years, and it shows in the diverse array of services it offers. With advanced technology and modern medical devices, this community medical center looking to revolutionize care for a large part of Eastern Texas. The Infection Control Program Manager will be joining a strong healthcare system that values its staff through awards and recognition programs.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Quality and Risk Management, the Infection Control Manager will oversee an interdisciplinary team of RNs, MLTs, and CIC Infection Prevention Coordinators to lead IP/IC processes throughout the hospital. This means that the Hospital Infection Manager will wear many hats in this inpatient acute care environment.
Working closely with this medical center’s inpatient laboratory, with RN Nursing Unit Leaders, the Quality Improvement Team, Physicians, and the Infection Prevention and Control Committee, the IP Manager will play a crucial role in keeping the patients and employees safe. This person will spearhead the development and implementation of hospital-wide measures to prevent the prevent the transmission of infectious diseases.
A large part of developing and defining these measures is an avid attention to detail. The Inpatient Infection Prevention Program Manager will collect and analyze hospital-level data and contribute to national infection-control programs such as the National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) and the Emerging Infections Program (EIP HAIC) to ensure appropriate compliance reporting.
The Infection Program Manager will be joining a community founded on being a good neighbor and taking care of one another. With great schools, the a very high quality / cost of living ratio, and a friendly community of neighbors, the California Central Valley is a great place to be. When it’s time to unwind, the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit Nursing Manager will find all the lights and sounds of the big city calling with the flavors of world-class cuisine, the melodies of legendary music venues, and an awe inspiring arts scene. For those who need some fresh air, you’ll find boating, hiking, climbing, skiing, biking, and just about any other outdoors activity waiting for you just around every bend in the road.
You will play an important role in the 24/7 operation of this extremely busy imaging department. Through your flexibility, and the flexibility you inspire from your staff, you will directly support the growth and prosperity of this hospital. The Program Manager Infection Control, in turn, will be supported by receiving competitive compensation and a generous package of benefits.