The ICU Manager manages the coordination of activities on the nursing unit with responsibility for results including costs, methods and staffing for 24-hour nursing operations in the ICU. Responsible for operational performance, quality, service environment and regulatory compliance. The ICU Manager determines how to use resources to meet schedules and goals. The ICU Manager will have a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing, a minimum of 5 years in the ICU and a minimum of 2 years leadership experience as a Charge Nurse or in a supervisory role.
- The ICU Manager is responsible to provide individualized, safe and efficient care to patients with an interdisciplinary team and provide assistance to families and visitors.
- Responsible for 24-hour day-to-day operations of unit: supervision of personnel; staff performance and patient outcomes; staff procurement and retention; regulatory compliance; and patient care.
- Evaluate work performance and conduct annual performance assessments.
- Delegate and coordinate responsibility for completion of departmental projects, tasks, and activities.
- Assist with the implementation of strategic initiatives for the department and identifies, assesses, and responds to issues and problems which affect ability to meet goals/objectives.
- Manage staffing levels required to provide optimum patient care within the limits of available resources.
- Assure quality of care by aligning assigned unit(s) with the hospital and nursing division’s philosophies and standards of care; carry out adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and to other governing agency regulations; measure health outcomes against standards; make or recommend adjustments.
- Deliver financial results for area(s) of accountability.
- Maintain a collaborative and cooperative working relationship with other departments and divisions; facilitating operational, quality, performance and change initiative implementation.
- Develop and support clinical excellence, environment of care.
This 250-bed Level II Trauma Center is a not-for-profit hospital founded in 1891 and is part of a well-known hospital system in the Pacific Northwest. The hospital was ranked high performing in hip and knee replacement by U.S. News and World Report and its highly-trained caregivers are committed to providing safe, evidence-based, compassionate care to every patient