Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist NICU

    Published
    December 6, 2023
    Location
    Anchorage, Alaska
    Category
    Job Type
    State
    Alaska
    Region
    Midwest

    Description

    . We are searching for a SENIOR CLINICAL NURSE SPECIALIST - NEONATAL ICU for Anchorage, Alaska.

    15 k Sign on bonus

    COMPENSATION

    Base Salary - USD $110,784 to $181,862

    Full-time

    Full Benefits

    Relocation Assistance Available

     

    Organization Description

    Our hospital has a long history of serving Alaska, beginning when the sisters of the hospital's first brought health care to Nome in 1902 during the Gold Rush. This pioneering spirit set the standard for modern health care in Alaska and formed the foundation for the hospital's growth as the state's largest private employer and leading health care provider.

     

    Our award-winning and comprehensive medical centers are in Anchorage, Eagle River, Kodiak Island, Mat-Su, Seward, and Valdez. Our not-for-profit network also provides a full spectrum of care with leading-edge diagnostics and treatment, outpatient health centers, physician groups and clinics, outreach programs, and hospice and home care.

     

     

    Job Description

    $15,000 hiring bonus for eligible external hires that meet required qualifications and conditions for payment.

     

    Supports, supervises, and evaluates staff new to a clinical setting during their first 90 to 180 days on the unit. Acts within the nurse-patient, nurse-nurse, and nurse-system spheres. Facilitates a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach in the provision of health care, within a specialty area. Responsible for the promotion of excellence in the provision of nursing care through the implementation of clinical standards of practice and establishing competency standards for staff members. Demonstrates a firm knowledge base and clinical expertise, function as a clinical resource, conduct and facilitate patient care consultation, and provide resources to assess the impact of appropriate practice on patient outcomes.

     

    The hospital's caregivers are not simply valued – they’re invaluable. Join our team at our Alaska Medical Center and thrive in our culture of patient-focused, whole-person care built on understanding, commitment, and mutual respect. Your voice matters here, because we know that to inspire and retain the best people, we must empower them.

     

    Required Qualifications:

     

    Master's Degree from a clinical nurse specialist program accredited by the Commission on the Collegiate of Nursing Education (CCNE) or the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC)

    Alaska Registered Nurse License upon hire

    National Provider BLS - American Heart Association upon hire

    Current certification in area of specialty (i.e., CEN, CCRN)

    3 years Registered Nursing experience in area of specialty.

    2 years Clinical Leadership responsibility

     

    Preferred Qualifications:

     

    CNS certification in area of specialty upon hire

     

    Why Join our hospital?

     

    Our best-in-class benefits are uniquely designed to support you and your family in staying well, growing professionally, and achieving financial security.  We take care of you, so you can focus on delivering our Mission of caring for everyone, especially the most vulnerable in our communities.

     

    The hospital family of organizations has a vision of health for a better world. As such, we are called to care wisely for our communities, resources, and earth. Our organizations strive to become carbon negative by 2030.

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