Nurse Manager - Pediatric ICU

Subspecialty: Pediatric ICU

Posted: 10/28/2019

Company: Legacy Health - Nurses at Legacy embody our mission of making life better for others. It's evident in their expertise as well as in their kind and caring nature. The Nurse Manager leads by example, overseeing patient care and carrying the Legacy mission into every responsibility, whether it's staffing, scheduling, budgeting or collaborating with peers. If you are ready to grow with a healthcare system that values your professionalism and compassion, please consider this opportunity.

This 24 bed PICU is located on the campus of Legacy Emanuel Medical Center, Randall Children's Hospital is a new, state-of-the-art, nine story 165-bed facility designed exclusively for the special health care needs of children. The Children's Hospital receives nearly 100,000 patient visits every year and is Oregon's largest provider of pediatric inpatient and trauma services. We care for the most fragile, ill or injured children. Our patients are babies and children up to age 21 depending on the diagnosis.

Location: Portland, OR

Description: Nurse Manager - Pediatric ICU
The Nurse Manager oversees all daily operational activities, including departmental planning related to staffing, scheduling, and budget; ensuring appropriate systems and processes for the efficient delivery of care; and ensuring safe/high quality care and an outstanding experience for patients and their families.

This leadership role assumes 24/7 responsibility for all department functions, including maintaining effective interprofessional communication and a positive work environment that supports and embraces the principles of shared governance. The manager ensures that staff are educated and competent to care for the patients under their care, and works effectively with physicians, peers and other Legacy leadership to meet the strategic objectives of Legacy.

Participates in the recruitment, interviewing, selection, education and evaluation of staff.
Assesses technical and professional education needs of staff and develops or provides educational resources to meet those needs.
Ensures competency of all caregivers.
Designs a staffing plan to meet the needs of the patients being served and ensures appropriate allocation of resources to meet departmental needs.
Monitors performance of staff and departmental processes.
Provides timely feedback and coaching; implements corrective action practices when appropriate.

Position type: Full-time

Education: Academic degree (BSN or MSN/MN) required. Master's degree required; MSN/MN preferred. Internal or external candidates may be considered with verification of a master's degree in progress.

Experience: Two years of leadership practice experience required. Demonstrated growth in leadership responsibilities and breadth desired. Previous clinical experience specific to the appropriate area of specialty practice is highly desirable.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled

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