Mgr, Assistant Unit (RN) - Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - FT/Nights (12-Hr)
MemorialCare Health System
Location: Long Beach, California
Internal Number: MIL002648
At MemorialCare Health System, we believe in providing extraordinary health care to our communities and an exceptional working environment for our employees. Memorial Care stands for excellence in Health Care. Across our family of medical centers, we support each one of our bright, talented employees in reaching the highest levels of professional development, contribution, collaboration and accountability. Whatever your role and whatever expertise you bring, we are dedicated to helping you achieve your full potential in an environment of respect, innovation and teamwork.
This RN, Assistant Unit Manager (AUM) position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of Miller Children's & Women's Hospital Long Beach (MCWHLB). It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with our core values: Accountability, Best Practice, Compassion and Synergy. The employee will supportMCWHLB's strategic plan and demonstrates active support and participation in Lean initiatives for continuous performance improvement, patient safety and patient centered care.The RN, Assistant Unit Manager (AUM) is responsible for operational issues of the patient care department during their assigned shift. The RN, Assistant Unit Manager (AUM) is responsible for directing and coordinating all operations of the department according to the policies, procedures, standards and standard work that guide the processes for the assigned department. Responsibilities include the assessment, planning, implementing and evaluation of individuals and processes for the department to ensure consistent high-quality, cost-effective patient care. The RN, Assistant Unit Manager (AUM) has the responsibility to manage material and labor resources as defined in the departmental annual budget. The success of the department is inherent in the incumbent's ability to demonstrate positive, professional communication with patients, families, physicians, departmental and interdepartmental staff to optimize workflow and to facilitate problem identification and resolution.