1. Dayton Children's

Location: Dayton, Ohio - United States
Posted: 10/20/2017


Part Time B (40-59 hrs pp.) 7p-730a Night Shift Associate's Degree Commitment to obtain BSN within 3 years of hire Communication skills Current CPR Certification Customer service skills Graduation from an accredited school of nursing Ohio Nursing License

The NICU Clinical Nurse is responsible for the coordination of patient care services for the NICU patient or group of patients during a specific shift. Supports the NICU belief that all babies are entitled to a developmental plan of care; that each baby receive appropriate positioning, is maintained in a supportive environment, and has hands on care that provides for their optimum growth and developmental outcome. Supports the NICU belief that all babies are entitled to routine pain assessments and pain management following surgeries, painful procedures, and injury. Delivers competent nursing care based on documented assessment of the patient's needs following the NICU Standards of Care. Interacts with the physicians, communicating the patient's assessment, and discussing patient need, contributing to the plan of care for the patient. Assist with the orientation and training of new employees and/or those pulled in the unit from other areas. Completes educational requirements necessary for the NICU, including Perinatal Continuing Education Program (PCEP) and Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) within the first six-months of employment. The NICU staff nurse participates in the transport process by taking on-call shifts and/or being an active member of the transport team. Understands and utilizes concepts of Growth and Development in providing patient care and with interactions of all age groups. Participates in the Quality Improvement Process by providing input and/or completion of audits. Is responsible for the coordination of the infant's discharge; including identifying educational needs, training and support for families. Works with other disciplines in planning for discharge to meet the patients and families needs. Adheres to hospital policies, including but not limited to confidentiality, attendance, safety and infection control. Participates with Dayton Children's leaders to provide and improve health care services that are responsive to the community and patient needs and improve health care outcomes in conjunction with the hospital mission.

REQUIRED: Associate degree/diploma in nursing with commitment to obtain BSN within 3 years of hire, graduation from an accredited program of nursing, RN licensure in State of Ohio, CPR certification, communication skills and customer service skills.

Additional Requirments / Information

Job Capacity:Employee (part-time)
Minimum Education Level:See Job Description
Visa Sponsorship: No
Related Industries:Nursing
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