Nurse Manager: Intensive Care Unit

Reference Number: afj20170921icu m
Location: Pacific NW

THE HEALTHCARE INITIATIVE

Where Talent Meets Opportunity

 

 

Nurse Manager: Intensive Care Unit

Pacific NW

 

 

Hospital: Not-for-profit, faith-based hospital system. This is a Magnet designated teaching hospital and is located in a highly desirable location in the Pacific Northwest. Hospital embraces Shared Governance and Participatory leadership.

 

Position:   30+ beds, 100 FTE’s.  Oversee 24/7 operations of the ICU for the quality of care delivered to patients and outcomes of unit.  Develops effective teams to staff the unit and mentoring the direct reports to continually improve and grow.

 

Benefits: Competitive Salary DOE, excellent benefits, employee perks, and generous relocation package.

 

Requirements: 

  • BSN required,
  • MSN preferred
  • Current Oregon Nursing License, required
  • 5 years of progressive management experience, required
  • Current BLS and AHA-BLS, required.  
  • National Certification from American Nursing Association, required

Location: Live and work where others recreate and play! This is an awesome career advancement opportunity, and provides a chance to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Community has much to offer: a plethora of outdoor activities, excellent schools, city life, and affordable cost of living.

 

To Learn More: To apply or schedule a confidential phone conversation, please send your resume (MS WORD format preferred) to amy.jensen@thehealthcareinitiative.com, or call (303) 799 8188 x 123. 

 

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