Pediatric Nurse Jobs - Top 5 for Friday!

Are you a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, or Nurse Leader looking to join an exceptional healthcare team at a top children's hospital?  If your experience, specialties, and credentials align well with the job descriptions below, you may be a great fit for one of these incredible Advanced Practice Pediatric Nursing jobs.  Contact jill@melnic.com to learn more about these jobs or visit www.melnic.com to view all our current PNP jobs.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Pulmonary Transitional Care - Cincinnati, OH
This is a great opportunity for the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who is interested in the chronic care of ventilator dependent, medically complex patients. The position is for an advanced practice nurse (PNP) on the Transitional Care team at a leading academic children’s hospital in the Midwestern U.S. The 18 bed unit serves infants with a wide variety of pulmonary/chronic medical conditions requiring mechanical ventilator or other assistive support. The major focus of this PNP Pulmonary position is to be a patient/family advocate and part of the 7 member APN team that provides comprehensive care in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team for children transitioning from their Level IV NICU to a long term care facility. In this role, you will demonstrate your advanced nursing skills and leadership in the areas of physical assessment, diagnosis, well-child care, illness management, consultation, research and teaching. This is a full-time, 40 hour/week position with rotating shifts

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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Pain Management - Phoenix, AZ
If you are an experienced acute care-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with a passion for caring for children, consider joining the Pain Management Services team at this leading academic children’s hospital.  Theirs is the only comprehensive pain management program in the Southwestern U.S., offering a wide range of treatment options for children with acute or chronic pain.  Pain management services offered include acute care, outpatient services and procedure sedation.  The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Pain Management is responsible for the direct care and clinical management of infants and children suffering from acute or chronic pain.  The PNP takes histories, performs physical exams, orders, performs and interprets diagnostic tests, prescribes medications and develops treatment plans for pain control.  This Pain Management team of healthcare providers has ten years of experience in assessing pain in children and providing effective, efficient and safe pain relief with minimal side effects.  Their mission is to deliver quality multidisciplinary pain management to pediatric patients and their families.

Director, Pediatric Emergency Services - Texas 
The nurse leader who is a visionary with experience advocating for an environment that promotes high patient care standards is a strong candidate for the position of Director of Emergency Services at this leading children’s hospital.  The Director in this role is responsible for managing patient care, and oversees nursing/staff practice, manages personnel and overall staff development in this fast-paced Level II Trauma Center.  They have management authority, accountability and responsibility within the Emergency Department, including monitoring financial performance.  They demonstrate sound clinical judgment in emergency medicine, and they promote teamwork, professionalism and appropriate decision-making based on evidence-based practice.  The Director in this role is a highly experienced, progressive nursing leader with excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.  This is a full-time position that reports to the Vice President of Nursing Services.

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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Pulmonary - Dallas, TX
If you are an Acute Care or Critical Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner or with an interest in providing care for pediatric pulmonary patients, this is a great opportunity for you at a leading academic center children’s hospital in the Southwestern U.S.  The Acute Care or Critical Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Inpatient Pulmonary Medicine utilizes their knowledge, skills and experience to provide comprehensive pulmonary care and services to inpatients ranging in age from birth to age 18.  They are a member of the team that specializes in diagnosis and treatment of a variety of respiratory disorders in children.  Advanced practice provider responsibilities include taking patient histories, performing physical exams and formulating impressions and recommendations for patient care in collaboration with the attending physician.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Wound, Ostomy, Continence - Phoenix, AZ
This leading children’s hospital has a new opportunity for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the area of Wound, Ostomy and Continence.  Working with inpatients and clinic patients, the acute care certified PNP in this WOC role is a specialized clinical resource and role model responsible for the quality of nursing practice and standards of care for pediatric patients in need of skin, wound, continence and ostomy care.  Through patient histories, physicals and assessment, this advanced practice provider evaluates patient needs, makes recommendations for treatment, implements interventions and evaluates outcomes.  They assist, coordinate, delegate, supervise and educate the nursing staff responsible for providing complex wound care to WOC patients, and they ensure continuity of care through effective communication with other care givers.  This nurse practitioner also provides nursing consultation on complex WOC patient cases.

Bonus Job! 
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) -  Pittsburgh, PA
If you are a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with experience working in a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, consider joining this leading women’s hospital in their Neonatology ICU.  This NNP will work in a Level III NICU providing primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants including obtaining histories, performing physical exams and interpreting lab, radiographic and clinical data for developing plans of care under physician supervision.

To inquire about these jobs visit Melnic Consulting Group or contact: Jill Gilliland 800-886-7906 jill@melnic.com

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