Director of Critical Care
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POST DATE 8/9/2016
END DATE 12/19/2016
Lake Havasu City, AZ
JOB DESCRIPTIONDIRECTOR OF CRITICAL CARE:
The Director of Critical care is responsible for the overall operation and direction of patient care in the critical care and CV critical care setting. You would directly manage staff members in the ICU, IMC and Cath Lab. You would consult with staff, physicians, CNO and other administrative personnel on nursing problems and interpretation of hospital policies to ensure patient needs are met. You must maintain performance improvement activities within the department and participates in hospital quality committee activities. You would assist in formulating the budget as well as be responsible for staff education and development.
THIS AMAZING CAREER OPPORTUNITY OFFERS A VERY GENEROUS SALARY, A FULL BENEFITS PACKAGE, A LARGE SIGN ON BONUS AND A RELOCATION PACKAGE IF NEEDED.
Must have an AssociateDegree of Nursing and a Bachelors Degree is preferred.
Must have an Arizona RN license.
Must have 5years of Critical Care or Emergency Nursing experience with 1year Cardiovascular experience preferred.
Must have Leadership experience in critical care and /or emergency nursing.
Must have strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
Must have effective communication with team members, all levels of staff, physicians, patients, families and other contacts.
Must possess the ability to effectively function in a stressful environment.
Lake Havasu City is a water lover's paradise that offers the best in desert living. With more than 300days of sunshine every year and 400 miles of coastline. This community delivers a host of opportunities for an active lifestyle. Located on the Colorado River, Lake Havasu City offers the charm and quality of life of a small community, with easy access to amenities offered by the metropolitan areas of Phoenix, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. The climate of the low desert features average winter temperatures in the low 60's, to dry warm 100's in the summer.