An exciting opportunity for a Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU to join an innovative, forward-thinking hospital in gorgeous Southern Idaho. This hospital prides itself on its rich history and delivering excellent care to its patient population. The Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU will be an imaginative leader, an excellent communicator, and great at problem solving.
This critical access hospital has a strong belief to provide the community with great healthcare. This medical center has developed a volunteer program to integrate the community and create fun activities to bring everyone together. This facility has exciting plans for its future, The Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU will lead the transition for perioperative services from a for-profit hospital into a non-profit facility. Using innovative, imaginative thinking, the Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU has the opportunity to remodel the current structure of the unit and really immerse themselves into the tight-knit culture at this hospital facility.
The Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU will have a high degree of critical thinking, excellent planning skills, and deliver above and beyond patient care. This Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU will serve as a working manager and oversee no more than 10 staff members. This person will communicate with nurse managers, staff nurses, surgeons, OR perioperative nurses, acute care surgery, clinical nurses PACU, perioperative nurse RN, and directors from other departments. The Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU will handle administrative duties such as budgeting, materials, and participating in leadership meetings.
This Nurse Manager Perioperative Services PACU will be able to explore all throughout this scenic landscape. With hot springs and caves filled with crystal clear waters nearby, this area is a delight for the adventurer. This area has low housing costs and a low crime rate. This is a great town, with a strong sense of community that is an ideal spot to raise a family or to have a place of solitude.