A fantastic growth opportunity is open for an RN Emergency Services Assistant Nursing Manager in this idyllic Northern New Mexico city. Join this busy community medical center, and lead a dedicated team of Emergency professionals in one of the hospital’s highest pressure units.
In Northern New Mexico, you’ll find a distinguished community hospital that’s actively interviewing for an Assistant Nursing Manager to join its Emergency Department leadership team. You’ll join a facility and system that is highly-regarded for superior patient and staff satisfaction, that has earned numerous awards and recognition for multiple centers of excellence, and has constantly pushed the boundaries of cutting-edge care.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of the Emergency Department, the RN Emergency Nursing Assistant Manager will lead an experienced and dedicated team in a unique environment. You’ll oversee the clinical work of over 30 FTEs, including CEN Emergency RNs, Stroke and Cardiovascular Nurse Specialists, two ED Nurse Practitioners, and a full range of Emergency Technicians.
The Emergency Assistant Nursing Manger will take clinical and administrative oversight of a freestanding emergency facility. Resembling an Urgent Care Clinic, but operating under the regulations and quality standards of TJC and CMS, this 8-bed facility serves as an alternative to a hospital visit for ambulatory patients with minor wounds, burns, and various other ailments. Fully staffed by emergency professionals, this facility can also serve the community as a triage and transfer center in case of natural disaster.
You’ll get the opportunity to hone your clinical and administrative management skills in this high-volume, high-pressure environment. Clinically, your Emergency Nursing experience will allow you to lead a large nursing staff in continuing education, performance improvement, and clinical development. Strong communication skills will certainly be necessary, as the Assistant Nursing Manager will be in constant contact with radiology and laboratory professionals, technologists, and providers to coordinate care for the patients.
From an Administrative standpoint, the Emergency Nursing Assistant Manager will oversee a small, but dedicated office staff who coordinate patient billing, ordering of materials and supplies, and community health. You’ll be the facilities leader in matters of quality management, risk reduction, and patient safety, always keeping the larger picture in mind.
Rooted in hundreds of years of rich history, culture, and heritage, the American Southwest is one of the most iconic regions of the US. At the heart of this region is New Mexico. Whether the Assistant Emergency Services Manager prefers the city life or the great outdoors, you’ll find something to love every day in New Mexico. From the famous local cuisine (green chilies everywhere - yum!), to an amazing network of living history and frontier museums, to a fantastic live music scene, you’ll never run out of things to do. If you’d prefer a little more open sky, you’ll find that here too. Over 300 days a year of sunshine, golf course, and majestic hikes – all scented with the sage and pinon that dots the desert landscape – will keep you as busy as you’d like.
The Assistant Manager of Emergency Services will have a large support network within the hospital and ambulatory clinic, from executive leadership to front-line nursing staff. You’ll have a large responsibility of the quality and efficiency of the facility’s operations and mission, but that’s exactly how you like it. You’ll also be supported by a generous benefits package and a competitive compensation.