Director Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)


Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Patient
Are you a nurse known for innovative Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) leadership? This an exceptional opportunity for a Director, NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit).

Does evidence based practice make your day?

Are you perceptive and sensitive to the NICU patient population and the staff who care for those patients?

Are you passionate about utilizing your program development skills and performance improvement expertise serving a Neonatal Intensive Care patient population?

Director Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

400 bed Tertiary Care Facility, Magnet Designated 3 times, Faith-based Hospital, Award Winning culture – Top 100 Hospitals in America, 1 of 8 hospitals in a statewide healthcare network.

$200+ Million expansion includes new NICU providing comprehensive care to high-risk newborns in a Level III, 32 bed NICU with new state of the art equipment including Spacelabs monitors.

As the Director Neonatal Intensive Care Unit you will:

  • Provide assurance of culturally sensitive, high quality patient care in accordance with evidence based practice, current research and standards of nursing practice,
  • Form partnerships within nursing and across other disciplines to encourage excellence in service and care,
  • Be an exemplar for compassion, acceptance, respect and empathy honoring nursing as a distinct discipline and support an environment focused on healing and wellness,
  • Assist in development of nursing standards of practice, policies that improve patient outcomes, apply evidence based practice and nationally recognized professional standards consistent with current nursing research findings,
  • Support staff participation and empowerment through shared governance / employee empowerment throughout department as evidenced by outcomes of a functioning unit based team,
  • Assure high quality customer service from department and individual staff, and monitor according to patient satisfaction indicators. Create action plan to address and improve patient satisfaction scores, and
  • Work with department staff to incorporate PI goals into unit based on team efforts to address interdepartmental issues and improvement opportunities.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Bachelors Degree in Nursing (BSN) required, Masters Preferred
  • 3-5 years of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit experience
  • 3 years management experience

You report to the COO/CNO/VP who is high energy forward thinking, a passionate advocate for patients and nurses with a national and international reputation.

Your community has beautiful rolling hills and is one of the top tourist destinations in the country. Excellent dining experiences, food carts, galleries, music and cultural activities, sports, biking, hiking, lakes, parks and moderate climate including all four seasons.

Now what?

If you have read this far, something has resonated. Right?

If you are an accomplished Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Director and have a passion to improve services for the patient population and the staff who care for them, we need to talk.

Contact me, Sam Buster, at 800-970-4218 or apply for this, or other career opportunities.

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