We are in search of an experienced and compassionate Nurse Manager of Critical Care for the night shift. Come lead this growing team at this facility located in the booming Houston Metropolitan area.
This 400 bed hospital has been named a Magnet-recognized Healthcare facility by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and is a regional leader in robotic minimally-invasive surgeries. With a specialization in cardiology, neurosurgery, and orthopedic medicine, this opportunity to be the Nurse Manager of Surgical Critical Care unit will provide a trajectory of great career growth and the chance to be a part of a hospital that strives to be best in class.
This role will report up to the Director of Critical Care SICU. Working collaboratively with another Nurse Manager of Critical Care, the Critical Care RN Manager will lead an outstanding unit of nurses. Supported by two CCRN Nursing Supervisors and three Intensive Care Charge Nurses, this Manager takes oversight of a high performing department. With two Nurse Managers leading the people, growth, innovation, and quality of the unit, there will be limitless opportunities for collaboration.
This fast-paced unit, with a 24/7 in-house consultation team and board certified Critical Care Physicians, is able to provide fully comprehensive and collaborative care to the patient populations it serves. The Nurse Manager of Critical Care will be a main component and advocate on this team. With 400 hospital beds and around 20 operating rooms, this 32 bed SICU and ICU need an exceptional leader. Of the 32 bed critical care unit, approximately 12 beds are dedicated to surgical ICU and 20 are for intensive care unit patients.
Job responsibilities for the Nurse Manager of Critical Care ICU include operational responsibility for the delivery and quality of patient care provided, assists with developing and implementing performance initiatives, ensuring optimal patient safety and customer satisfaction. In addition, this position guides staff and is responsible for staffing and staffing decisions, budget compliance, coaching and counseling employees on work related performance, and assisting in the development and implementation of policies and procedures
Houston’s low cost of living and year round sunshine make this a beautiful city to be a Nurse Manager of critical care. Houston is a thriving cultural hub and has a spectacular restaurant scene. With sports teams and museums, there is always something to do on your days off and offers a great opportunity to live a healthy work life balance.
Along with generous compensation and benefits, being the Nurse Manager of Critical Care at this facility will help make a difference in the community and help families and their loved ones through their inpatient experience.