Nurse Manager: Infectious Disease & Pulmonary Hypertension Unit
Location: Baltimore, Maryland US
Requisition Number: 183047
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Nelson 4 is a 23-bed medical unit which primarily cares for infectious disease, pulmonary hypertension, cystic fibrosis, and lung transplant patients. There is a comprehensive & collaborative team of providers, patient care coordinators, nurses, social workers, customer service representatives, & unit associates. The unit also has the opportunity to enjoy great relations with support disciplines and departments including home health, pharmacy, nutrition, transport, and environmental care. There is a nurturing environment for new staff with specialized education for HIV and pulmonary diseases
The Nurse Manager provides leadership to achieve unit, departmental, and institutional objectives within a rapidly changing environment and promotes innovation and excellence in clinical, service, and team performance.
Shifts: 8-hour shifts Mondays-Fridays
- MSN from an accredited nursing program required. Those without the required degree may be considered provided they will be enrolled in an accredited MSN program within 12 months of hire.
- Active Maryland or Compact RN license is required
- Requires 5 years of experience as a registered nurse (within the specialty preferred), including 3-5 years with leadership and/or management responsibilities.
- Ability to lead others, problem-solve, analyze and interpret data, adapt to rapidly changing priorities and environment, and create a climate that fosters compassionate care, innovation, cooperation, collaboration, and teamwork.
Community / Marketing Title: Nurse Manager: Infectious Disease & Pulmonary Hypertension Unit
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Location_formattedLocationLong: Baltimore, Maryland US
Job Number: 15766