This respected and prestigious medical center in the San Francisco Bay Area is actively seeking an a Nursing Manager to oversee this high-volume Neonatal ICU (Intensive Care Unit). Join this esteemed hospital, and lead a dedicated team of NICU nurses as they help care for some of Northern California’s most fragile young patients.
Known for its consistently-high quality scores, superior patient outcomes, and multiple centers of excellence, this 300-bed medical center has a long history of compassionate care and service in the East Bay community. The NICU Nursing Manager will play an important role in the continued evolution and development of this Baby-Friendly hospital, and it’s continuing commitment to serving the community around the Bay.
The NICU Nursing Manager will take on a challenging and exciting role in the Women’s and Children’s Health Service Line. Reporting to the Executive Director of Women’s and Children’s Services, the Manager will oversee the clinical and administrative operations of a very busy 20-bed, Level III high-acuity Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). You’ll serve as an operational leader, taking oversight of budgetary formulation and maintenance and as the central expert on accreditation and credentialing for the unit.
Supported by a talented and dedicated RNC-NIC RN Supervisor, and leading a team of experienced Neonatal Registered Nurses, you’ll join a team of stellar caregivers. Working in collaboration with Assistant Directors from Labor & Delivery, Obstetrics, and Postpartum care, this manager will help develop the procedures and policies that allow the service line and continuum of care to function in ways that focus on what’s best for the patients.
Also serving as a clinical nurse leader for the NICU, the Nursing Manager will take on development of new evidence-based initiatives, as well as maintaining current improvement initiatives. In addition to serving as a mentor and a source of education for the nurses in the NICU, you’ll also get to work on cutting-edge programs like reevaluating the Drug Withdrawal Baby program and improving the skin-to-skin time reduction program.
The NICU Nursing Manager will find that the San Francisco Bay Area lives up to its reputation as a great place to live. You’ll find a high quality of life in the valleys of the East Bay, close to fantastic schools, world-class colleges, and quiet communities. This Manager will be located a short drive from California’s fabled wine country, the lights and action of San Francisco (connected by one of the highest rated rail systems in the US), and close to the history of Sacramento.
In addition to the support that comes with working at a research and teaching focused hospital, you’ll also find support from those above and below. As part of this trusted health care system, the Nursing Manager of NICU will also earn a generous benefits package and competitive compensation.