An exciting opportunity has just opened for a compassionate and experienced Nursing Manager to oversee this high-volume, high-acuity Critical Intensive Care Unit. Apply today, and join a team of dedicated clinicians in one of the North Seattle Area’s leading and progressive non-profit medical centers.
With around 150-beds, this short term acute care medical center in the North Seattle Area is actively searching for an exceptional Nursing Leader to join its Critical Care Management team. This person will join an outstanding nursing program, and a non-profit hospital that’s become a staple in the community over its 50+ years. Centered around its most acute services is a full host of community health services including Primary Care, a great Family Birthing Center, Oncology Care, and a highly-rated Orthopedics program.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Critical Care Nursing, the Critical Care Unit Nursing Manager will oversee a large and high-acuity unit. Your talents will join those of an outstanding unit as you collaborate across disciplines and departments to ensure that patient care is front and center. Supported by two CCRN Charge Nurses, the ICU Manager will provide vision, leadership, and mentorship to a strong staff of 70+ Critical Care Registered Nurses, a CCRN Critical Care Educator, Post Anesthesia RNs, and support staff.
This multi-specialty Critical Care Unit / Intensive Care Unit has had an astounding track record of delivering the highest quality, award winning care for more than 6 years. The ICU Nursing Manager will take direct clinical and managerial control of this high-performing 26-bed unit, and you’ll be accountable for keeping the staff and practice on the path to success. Clinical support will be provided by Interventionists who are staffed around the clock, offering Cardiac, Stroke, and Post-Surgical Care,
The Cardiovascular Nursing Manager will play a crucial role in the clinical and administrative operations of the ICU Critical Care Unit. In collaboration with inpatient Quality Management experts, Case Management, and other Inpatient Nurse Leaders throughout the Continuum of Care, you’ll maintain active oversight of this high-acuity unit. The Manager will oversee day-to-day clinical operations, mentoring and serving as an active participant in patient care improvement. This person will also support the Director in developing and maintaining the department’s annual budget and staying current on compliance standards for a number of regulatory agencies.
The Greater Seattle Area boasts something for every type of person, from the urban attractions of the Seattle Metro Area to the natural attractions and wilds of Northern Washington State. The Critical Care Nursing Manager need only take a short drive to enjoy world renowned restaurants, casinos, legendary live music, and some of the Northwest’s best wineries.
If you’re more of the adventurous type, you won’t need to look hard to find hiking, biking, boating, beachcombing, and the beautiful slopes of Mt. Rainer. If you add all of these great factors, combined with an affordable cost-of-living, some of the best schools in the nations, and the nicest people around, the Nursing Manager will understand why Greater Seattle is quickly gaining popularity among the old and the young.
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. You will take on many challenges for this medical center, and you will be supported for your hard work. You will receive a great benefits package, including generous PTO, retirement matching, and annual performance based merit increases. You will also receive a competitive compensation, and you will enjoy the fact that you’re making such a huge difference in the lives of so many.