Pediatric Nursing Jobs - Top 5 for Friday!

In honor of the Olympic Opening Ceremony today in Sochi, Melnic Consulting Group would like to thank pediatric nurses around the world for taking care of Olympic dreamers.

Check out Melnic Consulting Group's Top 5 Pediatric Nursing jobs! 

To view all jobs visit www.melnic.com 
PNP Primary Care, PNP Acute Care, CNS, NNP, PA, Nursing Leadership, RN 

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, General Pediatrics - Dallas, TX
The health care professional in the role of Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the General Pediatrics Unit at this leading academic children's hospital is responsible for ensuring top quality, cost-effective delivery of world-class health care services to infants, children and adolescents who come to them for help.  A member of the Inpatient Hospitalist Team, the PNP in General Pediatrics uses their pediatric skills and experience to perform admission H & Ps, create plans of care and provide day to day management of care for patients.

Pediatric Nurse Manager, Emergency Department - Mid-Atlantic Region of the U.S.
This is a great opportunity for a pediatric Nurse Manager with leadership and management experience to assume responsibility for this 75 bed state-of-the-art Emergency Department that treats 90,000 critically ill, injured or sick children every year at this leading academic children’s hospital.  The Manager in this role is responsible for the quality of nursing care, the management of nursing personnel and management systems for the Emergency Department as well as the ED Extended Care Unit.  They ensure that excellent clinical nursing care is provided in the ED, supervise patient, family and staff education and support quality improvement initiatives leading to excellent patient outcomes.

Manager, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Mid-Atlantic Region of the U.S. 
If you are an experienced nurse leader who is passionate about quality care for sick and newborn infants, consider this new position as Manager of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at this leading academic children’s hospital.  This opportunity is perfect for someone who is a strong leader and visionary with a desire to lead the team devoted to providing excellent, specialized, intensive care in the 36 bed Level III NICU for patients with medical and surgical conditions.  The NICU Manager is responsible for evaluating, providing and improving nursing services as they plan, direct, coordinate and control resources for neonatal intensive care.  They provide staff support, education and development for current and new employees.  Available life support systems in this state-of-the-art NICU include continuous electronic monitoring, high frequency oscillatory ventilation, heart-lung (ECMO), inhaled nitric oxide therapy, body cooling, and surgical correction of congenital defects.

Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Cardiology - Cincinnati, OH
The Clinical Nurse Specialist with experience in pediatric cardiac care will want to consider this opportunity to join the multidisciplinary team in the Heart Institute of this leading children's hospital medical center.  The CNS in Cardiology is an expert clinician, educator, consultant, change agent and researcher.  The many roles of this nurse leader include responsibilities for evaluation of current clinical practices, and leading quality improvement initiatives that will ensure superior care delivery for patients with complex cardiac conditions.  They identify gaps in knowledge, skills and competencies of nursing staff and participate in education and training that will improve the quality of care and lead to optimal clinical outcomes.  They mentor and support the professional development of peers and nursing staff through introducing opportunities for new learning experiences that support their roles and lead to enhanced quality of care.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - Fort Worth, TX
Become a member of the Pediatric Intensive Care team at this leading children’s hospital as the Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the PICU.  The PNP in this role provides and directs the comprehensive and expert advanced nursing care required for critically ill or injured children who require 24 hour monitoring.  Using your advanced knowledge, experience and expert clinical skills to manage the care of these patients in the PICU, you will report clinically to the Medical Director of the PICU and administratively to the Vice President of Nursing Services.  This is a full-time, flexible, variable 12 and 24 hour shift position for which acute care certification is required.

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

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