Assistant Nurse Manager Emergency Services

  • Job Reference: 619436794-2
  • Date Posted: 9 June 2022
  • Recruiter: Clinical Management Consultants
  • Location: Laurel, Maryland
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

An acute care hospital in Maryland is actively recruiting for an Emergency Services Assistant Nurse Manager to join their nursing team.

Now is your chance to join a rapidly growing health system that offers hospitals, ambulatory services, rehab centers, outpatient clinics, and physician practices throughout Maryland. The ___ wil work at a 370+ bed acute care hospital located in Maryland that is known for being one of the busiest acute care hospitals in the state. This Magnet designated hospital is continually recognized for their women services, fast-paced emergency department and extensive surgical services department. The ____ will work alongside world-class providers and specialists all focused on delivering exceptional, quality care to patients throughout Maryland, Virginia, Washington DC and parts of Delaware.

Reporting to the Nurse Manager Emergency Services, the Assistant Nurse Manager will join the Emergency Services team. Responsibilities of the Assistant Nurse Manager Emergency Services include overseeing day-to-day operations of the Emergency Department that sees over 50,000 annual visits, acting as the department resource, staff scheduling, conducting new-hire interviews, ensuring regulatory compliance, and assisting new-hire and ongoing department education initiatives.

The Assistant Nurse Manager Emergency Services should be a seasoned nurse with previous management experience and a clinical background working in a fast paced Emergency Department or Trauma Center. The Assistant Nurse Manager Emergency is eager to lead, educate, and mentor a nursing team.

Since the hospital is located in the suburbs of Maryland and offers free parking, many employees commute from all different areas of Maryland, Washington DC, and Virginia. With a great work life balance, the Assistant Nurse Manager Emergency will enjoy visiting historic museums, hiking at nearby trails, taking day trips to the beach, and dining at local restaurants.

The hospital is actively interviewing and eager to welcome an Assistant Nurse Manager Emergency. The Emergency Department Assistant Nurse Manager will be offered a comprehensive compensation package including a full-suite of healthcare benefits, generous paid time off, tuition reimbursement, free parking, employee discount programs and more. Don't wait, learn more and apply today!