An exciting and challenging position has recently opened for a Nursing Manager to oversee a busy, Critical Care Unit. Join this trusted hospital, and lead a team of capable and compassionate nurses.
This 150-bed San Francisco Bay Area medical center has earned a fantastic reputation for both the breadth and quality of services that it offers. The Nursing Manager of Critical Care will lead an outstanding unit in one of Becker's Great Places to Work, a medical center that has earned Five Star Ratings from Healthgrades, awards for its Cardiac Care and Interventional Services departments, and that has been recognized as a Top-Performer by The Joint Commission.
Among this hospital's most prestigiously awarded departments, the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) has been a model of efficiency, clinical excellence, and pride for the hospital. The Critical Care Manager will lead Nursing operations in an 12-bed unit that sees a wide range of Medical and Surgical Intensive Care Patients.
Reporting to the Administrative Director of Inpatient Services, who oversees Inpatient Medical Surgical, ICU, and Rehabilitation Services, the Nursing Manager will have an integral role in the operations of the Critical Care Unit. Supporting the Nursing Manager is a strong CCRN ICU Nurse Supervisor and two experienced Clinical Charge Nurses. You will also get to take an important role in developing clinical education for the unit in collaboration with unit-based and hospital-practice nurse educators.
The Nursing Manager of Critical Care will get to take a pivotal role in the clinical and administrative success of this unit. You'll work with educators and inpatient leaders to help develop and codify standards and practices that keep this Magnet-journey nursing program at the forefront of the medical field. The CCU Nursing Manager will also get to serve as hospital-wide leader through optional participation in committees for employee experience, patient satisfaction, and quality improvement. Working in collaboration with leaders in finance and operations, the Manager will also get to make significant impacts on improving the operational efficiencies of this unit.
The San Francisco Bay Area has been at the center of culture, commerce, and discovery for over 150 years. The Manager of Critical Care Nursing will have the chance to join in that as they discover fantastic cuisine, nightlife, and nature around every turn. Located just a couple hours from first-rate national parks like Yosemite and Sequoia, the Manager will be able to enjoy the amenities of a major city with the quiet and majesty of beauty just down the highway. Add to this a great public transportation system and some of the nation's top schools, and you'll have a recipe for convenience and continued growth.
In addition to the support that comes with working at a reputable and progressive hospital, you'll also find support from those above and below. As part of this trusted health care system, the Critical Care Nursing Manager will also find a generous benefits package and competitive compensation.