A busy urban medical center is seeking an Assistant Nurse Manager to be an Assistant Nurse Manager in the Labor and Delivery Unit during the day shift. The Labor and Delivery Assistant Nurse Manager will work two shifts of 12 hours week one, three shifts of 12 hours week two - this is 60 hours per 2 week pay period or 30 hours per week on blended average position.
This large teaching hospital is a flagship medical center for one of the most respected healthcare organizations in California. The Women's Services and Labor and Delivery department deliver over 5,000 newborns annually and care for many high risk patients. The Assistant Nurse Manager will work closely with the Antepartum, Labor and Delivery, NICU and Motherbaby departments to ensure fluid patient flow and cohesive patient-centered care is delivered during the nursing shift. The Labor and Delivery unit Assistant Nurse Manager has direct reports - floor Staff Nurses and Techs report to this Asst. Nurse Manager. The Asst. Manager reports to the department manager. The L & D ANM will have approximately 20 direct reports.
The Assistant Nurse Manager Labor and Delivery will feel supported professionally in this position. The hospital is known for internal promotion and grooming of future Nurse Manager and RN Directors. Moreover, many staff start their careers at this flagship hospital and then move into higher level leadership roles at more suburban or community level hospitals after learning the ropes.
Conveniently located near Oakland, CA, this 300+ bed medical center is accessible from various San Francisco Bay Area cities and communities. Staff RNs and hospital leaders enjoy the accessibility via mass transits and busy freeways. Northern California will offer something for the Maternal Child Health Nurse Manager that many other locations simply cannot. San Francisco is home to incredible diversity, highly regarded universities, healthy and safe public schools and top notch career opportunities for everyone.