Nurse Manager Critical Care

An exciting opportunity with a reputable hospital in New York is now available as a Nurse Manager Critical Care.

This cutting edge, state of the art medical center continues to deliver high-quality patient care to individuals throughout New York and New Jersey. Recognized by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, this facility is one of only hospitals in the nation to achieve outstanding patient outcomes in three categories; heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia. Other notable specialties offered at this highly-accredited hospital include their teaching program, surgical department, women and children’s services, critical care units, and behavioral health programs.

The Nurse Manager Critical Care will work for a hospital that is known for the critical care departments, including their Medical Intensive Care Unit MICU, Surgical Intensive Care Unit SICU, Surgical Progressive Care Unit SICU, and Cardiac and Cardio-Thoracic Intensive Care Units. Additionally, this hospital offers a state-of-the-art Pediatric ICU PICU and a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICU.

Reporting to the Service Line Vice President, the Nurse Manager Critical Care will primarily oversee all operations of the 20+ bed Medical Intensive Care Unit MICU with over 55 FTEs including a Nurse Educator, Assistant Nurse Managers, specialized and cross trained critical care Registered Nurses, medical assistants, technicians, and ancillary staff. Responsibilities of the Nurse Manager Critical Care include overseeing operational, cross collaborating with other department Nurse Managers, developing quality performance improvement initiatives, and managing operational and fiscal budgets. Additionally, the Nurse Manager Critical Care will be up to date on best practices so they’re able to lead by example and closely work with the nurse educator to develop educational curriculum and update processes, policy and procedures to meet the unit’s needs.  

Ideally the Nurse Manager Critical Care will have prior management experience overseeing critical care unit, along with a recent ICU clinical background, ideally with familiarity working with a MICU patient population. The Nurse Manager Critical Care should also hold their BSN and active RN license (either currently hold New York RN license or willing to obtain before determined start date).

Come work for a hospital located in the greater New York region. The Nurse Manager Critical Care could live in Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Manhattan, Staten Island or even the suburbs of New Jersey. With a great work-life balance, the Nurse Manager Critical Care will be picnicking at the local parks, attending different Broadway shows, visiting historic museums, shopping in downtown New York, taking day trips to the beach, and much more.

An opportunity to work alongside a team of highly specialized individuals at one of the Top 10 Hospitals in the Nation for Clinical Excellence (based on data published by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) as the Nurse Manager Critical Care doesn’t come around often. Plus, the hospital is actively interviewing and preparing to offer a seasoned leader a compressive compensation package that includes a highly competitive salary, full suite of healthcare benefits, different commuter benefit plans, employee discount programs, and more. Don’t wait, learn more and apply today!