Pediatric Advanced Practice Jobs - Top 5 for Friday!

Are you thinking about making a job change this summer?  Melnic Consulting Group can help you land a job with a leading children's hospital. Melnic's job placement services are always free for pediatric nursing job candidates and our PNP career resources are accessible at www.melnic.com. Contact us today! (800) 886-7906

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Oncology Outpatient, Experienced PNP - Cincinnati, OH
We currently have a very exciting opportunity at this leading academic children’s hospital for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the outpatient Hematology/Oncology Unit. Your experience in pediatric oncology will qualify you to assume responsibilities as the PNP in outpatient Oncology, providing comprehensive and specialized care for children with cancer, diseases of the blood and immunodeficiency disorders.  The Advanced Practice Nurse in this role is skilled in physical assessment, diagnosis, and management of illness, leadership, consultation, research and teaching. They order appropriate treatments, therapies and procedures, making referrals when indicated and communicating with and educating the patient and family regarding progress.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Electrophysiology, Experienced PNP - Kansas City, MO
This leading academic children's hospital has a great opportunity for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in the Electrophysiology Unit of their Cardiology Department caring for newborns, children and young adults with congenital or acquired heart disease.  This advanced practice provider is a clinical leader, educator, researcher and consultant working in collaboration with electrophysiology physicians to ensure the best possible care for patients who are undergoing diagnostic procedures to study abnormal heart rhythms.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Heart Transplant, AC - Dallas, TX
If you are a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner who is skilled and experienced in the care of pediatric heart transplant/cardiology patients, consider joining the Transplant Services team at this leading academic children’s hospital.  The heart transplant team has performed more than 130 heart transplants since they performed the first one in Dallas in 1988, and theirs is one of the most active heart transplant centers in the U.S.  The Acute Care certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Heart Transplant provides compassionate care for pediatric inpatient and outpatient infants, children and adolescents who have undergone heart transplants.

Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - PICU - Houston, TX
Consider this opportunity for a Clinical Nurse Specialist to join the team in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit of this leading academic children’s hospital in the Southwestern U.S.  The CNS in the PICU is an advanced clinical practitioner experienced in the care of children who are in need of specialized, intensive care following an accident or surgical procedure, or because of a serious medical condition.  The Clinical Nurse Specialist is responsible for promoting, improving and managing health care in the PICU, and they have many roles:  Practitioner, educator, consultant, researcher, administrator and change agent.  The CNS in this 31 bed critical care unit formulates plans of care and evaluates and modifies them as needed.  Patients in the PICU  range in age from one month old infants to young adults (26) with the average age being toddlers to children twelve years of age.  A clinical resource to the PICU staff and other healthcare teams, the CNS consults on pediatric critical care within the hospital and for other healthcare providers, patients and their families.

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Medical NICU - Philadelphia, PA
If you are an experienced Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, there is a wonderful opportunity for you to join the team that provides state-of-the-art comprehensive care for their tiny newborns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of this leading children’s hospital in the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. Using your special training in neonatal nursing, you will be responsible for the critical evaluation of newborns in the unit. Providing clinical management under the direction of the attending neonatologist, the NNP in the NICU will be responsible for assessment, development and implementation of plans (writing orders and performing procedures), evaluation and documentation. Additional roles include providing education and support to patient families, collaborating with interdisciplinary teams on plans of care and providing staff education and clinical consultation to the interdisciplinary team.

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

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