Currently looking for experienced Neonatal RN leader to fill the night-shift NICU Assistant Nurse Manager position at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford. Interested candidates must have at least 2 years of experience in a leadership/supervisory role working in a NICU.
Responsibilities of the NICU Assistant Nurse Manager, Neonatal ICU
- Responsible for assisting the Patient Care Manager with clinical management and administrative coordination of a designated patient care unit(s) or service(s).
- Supports the Patient Care Manager in promoting the achievement of the unit(s)' goals and objectives.
- Work in a supportive manner as a resource for the patient care unit(s) and as a representative for the Patient Care Manager.
- Typically assigned responsibility for supervising patient care staff and operations for an assigned shift for a patient care unit(s) and/or for coordinating one or more administrative functions as assigned by the Patient Care Manager, ensuring consistent implementation and monitoring of organizational policies and standards of care, their work involves a combination of clinical (patient care) and administrative responsibilities.
- Provide consistent and timely information and feedback to the Patient Care Manager and be responsible for knowledge and application of all personnel policies and requirements of the collective bargaining agreements.
- Assistant Patient Care Managers differ from Patient Care Managers in that the latter are unit managers with total responsibility and accountability for one or more patient care units or services.
Requirements of the NICU Assistant Nurse Manager, Neonatal ICU
- Current Registered Nurse California licensure.
- CPR, PALS and NRP certification.
- 2 years of leadership/supervisory experience in a NICU.
This is a management position
This is a full-time position