Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

    Published
    January 10, 2024
    Location
    Monterey County, California
    Category
    Job Type
    State
    California
    Region
    Southwest

    Description

    We are searching for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) for a hospital located in Monterey County

    This Healthcare System continues to grow, improve, and expand to meet inpatient and outpatient needs of rural South County Monterey.

    1. Compensation - “$156,000.00 - $206,310.00”, depending on experience. ($75.00-$99.19/hr
    2. CME - $3,000.00 per year
    3. Sign-On Bonus - $5,000.00 - $7,500,00
    4. Relocation Reimbursement - negotiable
    5. Paid Time Off – 29 days/year to start
    6. 4 x 10 hour/shifts, 3 days off per week
    7. Low healthcare premiums
    8. Health coverage – begins the 1st of the month following start date

    DEPARTMENT: Medical Clinics DATE:

    REPORTS TO: Supervising Physician Director of Outpatient Clinics CLASSIFICATION: Confidential

    JOB SUMMARY:

    Job Summary: Provides advanced nursing care and physician support during the treatment of pediatric patients. Job Duties: Provides care to infant, child, or adolescent patients in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of medical conditions. Obtains patient history, screens patients to ensure appropriate physical/mental development, administers immunizations, orders tests or scans, diagnoses illnesses, prescribes medicines and outlines and monitors courses of treatment. Partners with physicians in the development of care plans and advises physician in changes of patient status. Assists patients in the management of chronic illnesses and promotes health and wellness. Performs school or extra-curricular physical examinations. Adjusts nursing care processes as indicated to ensure optimal patient care. Monitors and ensures accuracy of patient medical records. Experience and Education: Performs work with a high degree of latitude. Handles the most complex issues. Possesses expert knowledge of subject matter. Requires an advanced degree in nursing (MSN or DNP), RN and NP licensure, and 2 to 4 years of related experience. Reports to: Typically reports to a department head. Competencies: Ability to work as part of a team. Oral and written communication skills. Problem-solving skills. Attentiveness. Interpersonal skills.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Education:

     Completion of Accredited Nurse Practitioner program

    Skill Requirements:

    Ability to communicate effectively. Competencies: Ability to work as part of a team. Oral and written communication skills.

    Attentiveness. Interpersonal skills

    Licensing and Certification Requirements:

     Requires an advanced degree in nursing (MSN or DNP), RN and NP licensure, and 2 to 4 years of related experience. Current License as Registered Nurse/Nurse Practitioner with the Board of Registered Nursing in the State of California.

    Successful completion of an accredited nurse practitioner program of study which conforms to the Board’s educational standards set forth in the California Code of Regulations Section 1484 for California graduates only.

    Or Current certification by one of the following boards: the American Nurses Credentialing Center or American Academy of Nurse Practitioners or Pediatric Nursing Certification Board or National Certification Corporation for the Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing Specialties, or American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.

    Current AHA BLS certified

    Current AHA ACLS certified (if submitting privileges for inpatient setting)

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