Level 4 NICU Manager is looking for very strong skilled level 3 or 4
Must be flexible with working either 12 hour rotations shifts or straight nights.
NO DAY SHIFT POSITIONS OFFERED.
If traveler chooses rotation shift they will follow the same 4 week schedules core staff follows.
Rotators who begin their contract halfway through a schedule will need to work two weeks of nights or days (depending on which shift they are assigned by manager), then work a full 4 week schedule of the opposite shift, and continue to rotate shifts from there.
Travelers are allowed to self-schedule with the expectation of the traveler properly rotating themselves (if they are a rotator), working every other weekend (Saturday/Sunday for day shift and Friday/Saturday/Sunday for night shift) and 2/3 holidays.
All travelers must be willing to work 7 shifts in a bi-weekly pay period and very flexible with their schedules.
All time off must be requested within their contract even if it is just one shift they need off.
This unit doesn't allow more than two travelers off at any given time. So reserve your time off immediately if it is needed.
Travelers are first to float in this organization and it is requirement for this assignment.
Traveler must have own form of transportation.
The places travelers float to are: Here are the locations: Scripps Chula Vista NICU Scripps San Diego NICU Scripps La Jolla NICU Scripps Encinitas NICU Palomar Hospital NICU Rancho Springs NICU PICU - to an appropriate NICU assignment CVICU - to an appropriate NICU assignment Med/Surg - to an appropriate NICU assignment
CA RN license. BLS (AHA only) and NRP Cert
Minimum 2 years of NICU Level 3/4.
Must be willing to float.
Preferred: BSN, Previous Children's Hospital Experience, Travel Experience and EPIC Experience is a plus.
Strong pre/post op surgical experience.
Must be comfortable with line changes that have multiple drips.
Must be comfortable with pre and post op care.
NP Ratio: 1:1-2 Functions at the Standard Level of nursing practice.
Responsible for independently applying the nursing process through the assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation and documentation of pediatric patient care.
Selects and administers the appropriate care taking into consideration the age and developmental level and size of the patient.
Provides a caring relationship that facilitates health and healing.
Should be able to identify own limitations and seek resources as needed.
Responsibilities: Standards of Care; Clinical Skills and Judgment; Caring Practices; Facilitator of Learning/Clinical Inquiry; Advocacy/Moral Agency/Response to Diversity; Collaboration and Communication; Systems Thinking