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Intensive Care Unit RN Nurse Manager

Kannapolis, North Carolina
Job Type
8 Sep 2022

A great new opportunity has become available to join a reputable healthcare organization in North Carolina. This highly awarded hospital is looking for an Intensive Care Unit RN Nurse Manager.

This not for profit, magnet designated, acute care hospital has over 600 beds and has earned National Awards for Quality. The healthcare facility leads the region in quality care for Chest Pain, Cardiac and Surgical care.

The Intensive Care Unit RN Nurse ManagerNurse will work closely with staff, patients and nursing leadership. The Nurse Manager will become a valued member of this prestigious Health System. They will manage the unit's day to day operations, promote a positive working environment, facilitate optimal nursing care, provide competencies, mentor staff, and adhere to all state and federal regulations. The ICU Nursing Unit RN Manager will report to the Nurse Director.

The Nurse Manager should be BSN prepared and have 2 years of hospital clinical experience, preferably in Critical Care. The Intensive Care Unit RN Nurse Manager should be strong clinically as well as able to lead a successful team. They must be knowledgeable about regulations, standards, policies and procedures, and trends.

This fantastic area is amongst the best places to live in North Carolina. There are both modern and historic elements to this charming city. Come enjoy the four seasons, galleries, shopping, coffee shops, and restaurants. Relax by the coast or take a short drive to explore the mountains.

This organization offers a competitive salary and generous benefits package for its employees. The ICU Nurse Manager may also be eligible to receive a sign on and relocation bonus.

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  • Job Reference: 706667359-2
  • Date Posted: 8 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Clinical Management Consultants
  • Location: Kannapolis, North Carolina
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Healthcare & Medical
  • Job Type: Permanent