The Women's Hospital is committed to recruiting and retaining top talent in a wide range of skills and occupations. We need exceptional people who share our passion for providing, family centered, high-quality care to fill clinical and non-clinical roles.
We are currently seeking a full-time 0.9FTE Registered Nurse - Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) to join our team of professionals. This position will work 36 hours a week, 12 hour shifts, 7pm-7am, and 2 of 6 weekends. The Neonatal Intensive Care RN specializes in quality and safe care to newborns that require special care. This position is benefits eligible. Benefits include: tuition reimbursement, PTO accrual starting at hire (8.93 hrs PTO/pay), health, vision, dental, disability and life insurance, 401(k) with match, and much more! WHY WORK FOR THE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL?
We offer a work environment that supports you personally and professionally, and a work culture where you are valued and appreciated. Examples include flexible work schedules for early risers, night owls, weekenders and everyone in between; an extensive benefits package with retirement savings, comprehensive health insurance and pet insurance; and the ability to "give back" by supporting programs and charities in our community.
WHAT IS REQUIRED FOR RN CANDIDATES?
- Registered Nurse must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing.
- Current Indiana RN license.
- Maintain BLS, ACLS and NRP certification.
- One-two years' nursing experience is required.
- The RN will adhere to the American Nurses Association Bill of Rights by establishing and maintaining expectations and environments which support sound professional nursing practice.
WHAT ARE THE REGISTERED NURSE RESPONSIBILITIES? The Registered Nurse will provide family centered care in a neonatal baby friendly environment that is provided to support the physical, emotional, and psychosocial needs of the family.
- Providing care for infants diagnosed with prematurity, respiratory distress syndrome, neonatal sepsis, neonatal seizures, hypoglycemia or birth anomalies.
- Provide direct patient care in the NICU.
- Demonstrates the knowledge, critical thinking and judgment of and integrates the use of evidence-based outcomes for nursing practice.
- Supervise care delivered.
- Coordinates plan of care.
- Provide education for patients, families and staff.
- Collaborate with other disciplines.