An exciting opportunity has just opened for an experienced and compassionate Nursing Manager to oversee this high-volume, high-acuity Clinical Decision Unit and ICU. Apply today, and join a team of dedicated clinicians in one of the Central Valley’s most cutting-edge and progressive non-profit medical centers.
This multi-specialty Critical Care and Clinical Decision Unit has a great reputation in the Central Valley for high-quality patient outcomes and a breadth of services officered. This unit is a common stop for patients when nursing and physician leaders are trying to decide what level of care they need going forward. The ICU Nursing Manager will take direct clinical and managerial control of this high-performing 20+ bed unit, and you’ll be accountable for keeping the staff and practice on the path to success. Clinical support will be provided by Interventionists and Hospitalists who are staffed around the clock.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Critical Care Nursing, the ICU and Clinical Decision Unit Nursing Manager will oversee a large and high-acuity unit. Your talents will join those of an outstanding unit as you collaborate across disciplines and departments to ensure that patient care is front and center. Supported by a CCRN Nurse Supervisor and two Charge Nurses familiar with workflows in both ICU and Emergency Services, the Nursing Manager will lead a very strong team.
The Nursing Manager will play a crucial role in the clinical and administrative operations of the Clinical Decision and Critical Care Unit. In collaboration with inpatient financial analysts, you’ll develop and maintain the unit’s annual budget. The Nursing Manager will also take oversight of achieving and maintaining target staffing levels to ensure patient care and safety, as well as staying current on compliance standards for a number of regulatory agencies. Additionally, this Nurse Leader will provide vision, leadership, and mentorship to a strong staff of 70+ Critical Care Registered Nurses CCRN, Post Anesthesia RNs, and support staff by focusing on the continuum of care and optimizing patient flow.
The Nursing Manager will be joining a community founded on being a good neighbor and taking care of one another. With great schools, the a very high quality / cost of living ratio, and a friendly community of neighbors, the California Central Valley is a great place to be. When it’s time to unwind, the ICU Nursing Manager will find all the lights and sounds of the big city calling with the flavors of world-class cuisine, the melodies of legendary music venues, and an awe inspiring arts scene. For those who need some fresh air, you’ll find boating, hiking, climbing, skiing, biking, and just about any other outdoors activity waiting for you just around every bend in the road.
The ICU and Clinical Decision Nursing Manager will support and oversee the operations of a high-acuity, busy unit. You will provide leadership and guidance to a nursing staff that will make you proud. You will take on many challenges for this medical center, and you will be supported for your hard work. You will receive a great benefits package, including generous PTO, retirement matching, and annual performance based merit increases. You will also receive a competitive compensation, and you will enjoy the fact that you’re making such a huge difference in the lives of so many.
Intensive Care Unit
Critical Care Nursing
Critical Care Registered Nurse (Ccrn)
High Acuity Medicine