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Nurse Manager- Pediatric ICU

Requisition #: 166230
Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing, Baltimore, MD
Category: Nursing Management/Leadership
Work Shift: Day Shift
Work Week: Full Time (40 hours)
Weekend Work Required: No
Date Posted: Feb. 28, 2018

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Baltimore, Maryland--The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Pay grade: ML

Nurse Manager--Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)

The John’s Hopkins PICU is a 40 bed state of the art, medical-surgical intensive care unit that cares for pediatric patients from newborns to 22 years of age with multiple diagnoses: cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, general pediatric surgery, transplants, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO), oncology, and multisystem failure.

The Johns Hopkins Children’s Center is a 205-bed hospital-within-a-hospital and is the Level One Trauma Center for Pediatric Trauma patients and is the Pediatric Burn Center for the state of Maryland. All PICU patients are medically managed by the PICU service with 24/7 in-house provider coverage.

The nurse manager for the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit

  • Provides leadership to achieve unit, departmental, and institutional objectives within a rapidly changing environment.
  • Applies advanced knowledge of nursing and management to manage systems of patient care, personnel development, fiscal and unit operations, performance improvement, and program development.
  • Promotes innovation and excellence in clinical, service, and team performance.

    Major Areas of Responsibilities

    Leadership & Accountability

  • Vision: Creates a vision for exemplary nursing practice: quality, safety and service.
  • Communication: Effectively and consistently communicates to superiors, peers, and employees. Routinely provides others with the information they need to perform their job responsibilities effectively.
  • Sets Goals, Motivates and Aligns with the Organization: Inspires staff and generates commitment to the Johns Hopkins’ strategic priorities.
  • Creates a Learning Environment: Develops staff and self through mentoring and continued education.

    Job Specific Expectation

  • Strategic Planning: Participate in the development and implementation of the JHHS Pediatric Nursing Strategic Plan.
  • Manages Operations: Leads performance improvement efforts. Initiates better ways of doing things even in the absence of apparent problems. Develops and implements work plans and measures against established standards.

Education/Licensure/Experience

  • Maryland RN license
  • Masters of Science or Doctorate Degree in nursing from an accredited school of Nursing
  • 5 years related experience in pediatrics (med/surg or ICU preferred).
  • Experience should include 3-5 leadership and/or management responsibilities

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