Providence is calling an Assistant Clinical Manager Registered Nurse (RN) to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU, Variable Shift, 1.0 FTE) at Providence Alaska Medical Center in Anchorage, Alaska. We are a community of caregivers delivering every day on our Mission to provide compassionate care that is accessible for all - especially those who are poor and vulnerable.
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We are active participants in the Vermont Oxford Network, a clinical continuous improvement network for NICUs around the country focused on achieving the best outcomes for NICU babies. Our NICU is consistently ranked #2 in the highest level cohort within this network of super high achievers. Because of this dedication to improving clinical outcomes paired with our Alaskan problem-solving grit and out of the box thinking caregivers who come to work in our NICU have the opportunity to learn from and work with some of the proven best in the neonatal profession. Any neonatal practitioner who would like to super charge their skills and take on the challenge of achieving positive, sustained outcomes beyond what has been considered possible should apply. We aren’t satisfied with just breaking the old box, we are seeking to continuously redefine the standards for clinical excellence in the neonatal field.
In this position you will:
- Consider factors related to safety, effectiveness, cost, and impact on practice in the planning and delivery of nursing and other services.
- Use leadership principles to anticipate and influence change.
- Establish clear clinical practice expectations based on professional standards for areas of responsibility.
- Use independent judgment to assign work to team members and to responsibly direct team members.
- Support the implementation of organization policies and procedures in compliance with state, Federal and other regulatory guidelines to help ensure that high quality, cost-effective patient services meet or surpass accreditation standards.
- Assume responsibility for obtaining information and expanding job knowledge and competency that reflects current practice.
- Assist in the development, implementation and modification of programs and services needed to meet patient care and staff development needs.