Manager of Critical Care TSICU-Las Vegas,NV
Shift: Full Time-(No Weekends)
This Hospital and Medical Center is a 690-bed Healthcare facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. This hospital shares a campus with with a Children's Hospital, known for being the largest children's hospital in the state.
The Center offers a range of comprehensive services, including a Level II trauma center, emergency care, women's services, and robotic surgery. The quality of these services have earned the facility many awards and accreditations, such as being named an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by The Joint Commission and being voted as the Best Hospital in Las Vegas twice. Staff members say the friendly atmosphere, fast-paced environment, and opportunities for growth make this hospital a great place to work.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities: The duties and responsibilities listed herein are not intended to be all inclusive but rather to indicate the primary emphasis of the job and establish the parameters for the necessary skill, effort, responsibility and working conditions that make up the job.
Participate in development of the plan of patient care services for the responsible clinical area(s) to meet the Mission and Vision of the Hospital.
Ensure unit compliance with all regulatory agencies and the State of Nevada Nurse Practice Act. Perform data collection and analysis for decision-making.
Seeks opportunities to improve care or system process; Incorporates performance improvement principles and data.
Assist in development of staffing standards for clinical area(s) of responsibility.
Ensure daily staffing standards meet productivity target. C
oach charge nurses and other unit personnel on effective staffing patterns.
Participates in annual budget development, implementation and maintenance ensuring operations are managed in unit(s) within established guidelines and delivering quality patient care.
Participates in hospital wide development of the annual proactive patient safety program and individualizes program to meet each clinical area(s).
Adjusts culture to reinforce a proactive and “blame free” environment in discovering, correcting and reporting of safety issues.
Mentor employees in quality and patient satisfaction goals for the clinical area(s) of responsibility.
Holds staff accountable to Pride Standards.
Select, train and evaluate subordinates and initiate personnel actions in accordance with the Human Resources policies and organizational philosophy.
Provide opportunities for professional growth.
Knowledgeable in principles of personnel management.
Represents the departments through involvement on interdepartmental and interdisciplinary committees or work groups to effect change and problem solve within the organization.
Represent Patient Care Services and the medical center on state, community and professional committees.
This position reports to: Director of Critical Care
Graduate of Accredited School of Nursing
Masters Degree in Nursing or related health field required (or actively in progress)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Basic computer and hospital informatics skills required.
Specialty Certification for clinical areas preferred – Chemotherapy, ACLS, TNCC, PALS, NRP, etc.
Demonstrates competency and knowledgeable in the principles of personnel management.
Complies with hospital employee health, infection control and safety management programs.
Current acute clinical knowledge required.
Minimum of 1 year management experience required.
Recent acute clinical experience (Í 3 years); preferably in area of clinical area assigned.
Current Nevada license to practice nursing.
Independently maintains license and related certifications held.
Acquires required contact hours to maintain practice
Certification in Critical Care Nursing (CCRN) or Nursing Administration (CNA) preferred
20 beds, growing to 36 soon. 86 FTE’s.
Salary Range: $43.40 (1-5 years experience) $54.25 (6-10 years experience) $65.10 (15+ years experience)
Sign On bonus: TBA
Relocation assistance: Available on a Case by Case basis