An exciting opportunity has just opened for a compassionate and experienced Nursing Manager to oversee this high-volume, high-acuity Critical Care Unit. Apply today, and join a team of dedicated CCU clinicians in one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most cutting-edge and progressive medical centers.
This multi-specialty Critical Care Unit / Intensive Care Unit has had an astounding track record of delivering the highest quality, award winning care. The CCU Nursing Manager will take direct clinical and managerial control of this high-performing 16-bed ICU unit. In addition to general critical care, this unit also sees some of the area’s most critically ill respiratory, cardiac, and Covid patients.
The CCU Nursing Manager will play a crucial role in the clinical and administrative operations of this unit, and of this hospital. You will actively participate in the development and planning of the annual budget, setting and maintaining target staffing levels, and keeping a close eye on regulatory compliance for the Intensive Care Unit. This non-profit healthcare system has a great reputation for supporting the continuing education of its nurses, and this applies to roles like the Critical Care Manager.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Nursing, the CCU Manager will lead an outstanding team in a busy department. Directly supported by 6 ICU Nurse Supervisors, many of whom are CCRN Certified Critical Care Nurses themselves, the Manager will lead a department that has a track record of great patient outcomes and unmatched employee engagement.
One of the nation’s most recognized metropolitan areas, the San Francisco Bay Area boasts something for everyone. In the deep, giant redwood forests, sand beaches, and craggy coastal cliffs, you’ll find miles of hiking trails and relaxing solitude. In the technological capital of the world, Silicon Valley, you’ll find a burgeoning entrepreneurial environment which never ceases to inspire. Of course, San Francisco proper let you down, with a world-class restaurant industry, a legendary live-music scene, and a long history of artistic license. Whether the Critical Care Nursing Manager desires quiet serenity or city action, you’ll find it around every corner.
The ICU Critical Care Nursing Manager will support and oversee the operations of a high-acuity, busy unit. You will provide leadership and guidance to a nursing staff that will make you proud. This Medical Center is offering relocation support and sign-on incentives for the right person, as well as a great benefits package, generous PTO, and competitive compensation.