Ready to find an opportunity dedicated to improving care Perinatal Care? Look no further, an exciting opportunity with a national health system is readily available as their Program Manager Perinatal Safety RN.
The Program manager Perinatal Safety RN will work for a reputable health organization that provides quality care to patients throughout the country. One of the acute care hospitals in Massachusetts is excited to welcome a Program Manager Perinatal Safety to their growing team. The Perinatal Safety Program Manager will work for a hospital that is dedicated to creating individualized patient care plans while utilizing the most advanced technology, techniques, innovation, and research. Plus, this hospital is consistently recognized for their obstetrics OB department and services.
Working closely with the Nurse Manager Maternal Child Health and reporting to the Senior Director of Nursing Administration, the RN Program Manager Perinatal Safety RN will be accountable for overseeing neonatal and obstetric safety programs, quality assurance, and education. Responsibilities include developing, implementing, and maintaining programs for the inpatient and outpatient Women and Children Services department, ensure national clinical standards are maintained, promote patient safety initiatives, and create quality assurance educational curriculum for current department staff, new hires, hospital employees, physicians, families, and patients.
Ideally, the Program Manager Perinatal Safety RN will be a team oriented individual who is an excellent communicator that loves to promote a positive, safe, welcoming environment for the staff, patients, and families.
Additionally, the Perinatal Safety Program Manager will:
- Have active RN license (ability to obtain State of Massachusetts prior to starting)
- Clinical Background working as an RN on a Labor & Delivery unit
- Perinatal Safety experience
- Bachelor's degree
- Currently hold (or be willing to complete) the Neonatal Resuscitation Program offered by the American Heart Association to receive their NRP certification along with their Electronic Fetal Monitoring C-EFM certification from the National Certification Corporation
Although not required, the Program Manager Perinatal Safety RN may also be master’s prepared, and hold other National Certification Corporation NCC certifications including their Inpatient Obstetric Nursing (RNC-OB®), or Maternal Newborn Nursing (RNC-MNN®), or Obstetric and Neonatal Quality and Safety (C-ONQS), or other NCC Core or Sub-specialty certification.
Work in a city of Massachusetts that is home to many young working professionals and families. With a great work-life balance, the Program Manager Perinatal Safety will enjoy visiting the local museums, attending local sporting events, strolling along the Connecticut River, or exploring the surrounding national parks. Being centrally located allows the Program Manager Perinatal Safety to take day trips to the beach,Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, and New Jersey. The Program Manager Perinatal Safety RN has the option to reside in the city or one of the surrounding suburbs of Connecticut or Massachusetts.
Join a national healthcare organization as their Perinatal Safety RN Program Manager in Massachusetts today. The Program Manager Perinatal Safety RN will be offered a comprehensive compensation plan that includes a competitive salary, full suite of healthcare benefits, onsite child care (Based on availability), retirement plans, educational assistance, generous PTO accrual schedule, potential relocation or sign on bonuses to qualified candidates, and more. Don’t wait, learn more today!