Emergency Room Manager (Nights)

Houston, Texas, United States

Posted on 09/02/2020



Position Details

Type:

Permanent

Industry:

Healthcare / Healthcare Services

Function:

Medical / Health

Job Level:

Standard Management (Manager/Supervisor of Staff)

Education:

Bachelor's Degree

This Magnet hospital is part of one of the top ranked systems in the entire state of Texas! Each of their six hospitals are staffed by committed personnel who exemplify their values: integrity, compassion, accountability, respect, and excellence. Patient safety, quality and service are their highest priorities. I have placed with this system several times and can tell you all about their culture, process, and leaders.

They are looking for a tenured Emergency Room Manager to rule the night!

  • Size: 50+ beds with an average 165-210 patient encounters per day
  • Monthly Volume: average 5000
  • Average Patient Ratios: RN – Fast Track 5:1, Split Flow 6:1, Acute Care 4:1, Resuscitation 2:5
  • Types of Patients: 20% Pediatric, 50% Adult, 30% Older Adult.


You would report to the Senior Administrator of Emergency Services in the hospital, who believes that employee engagement and encouragement is the key to greater nurse self-efficacy, greater expertise and satisfaction on the job. You would participate in committees, representing the unit and implementing performance initiatives to optimize patient safety.

If you are a compassionate collaborator and enjoy the fast pace of a busy emergency room with one of the top ranked hospitals in Texas, I want to talk to you! See requirements below.

 

For IMMEDIATE consideration, send your resume to krista@parkwoodintl.com

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

o Bachelor’s in nursing required
o Five years of nursing experience, two years in a progressive leadership role in the emergency room.


CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED

o Texas RN license or temporary TX RN license, should obtain permanent license within 90 days. Compact license acceptable according to current Board of Nursing requirements

o American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS)

o American Nursing Credentialing Center (ANCC)-recognized certification within one year of eligibility; HMH - ANCC- recognized leadership certification within one year of eligibility