.9 FTE, Monday-Friday schedule with a biweekly day off during the week
This position has a strong team of peers for clinical support, and provides support to the Medical Unit
Adheres to the clinical nurse specialist core competencies as defined by the National Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Competency Task Force, and recognized by the American Nurses Association (ANA). The CNS practices through 3 spheres of influence, including the patient, unit/department/department, and the organization. Provides leadership, clinical expertise, education, program development, and consultation to promote the standards of nursing practice. Works collaboratively with leadership to develop criteria for patient care, assess health needs of patients/populations, and evaluate nursing interventions to achieve optimal nursing practice outcomes. Facilitates problem solving and decision making to influence the development, implementation and evaluation of patient, as well as unit/department goals.
- Master’s or Doctorate in Nursing.
- A minimum of three (3) years of RN experience.
- State of Washington RN License
- Advanced Registered Nurse License (ARNP-CS)
- Certified as Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) through the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN) or American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
- At time of hire and as a condition of employment: Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers is required for all positions and must be maintained at all times by all nruses unless specifically noted below. Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS) or Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) will be accepted in lieu of BLS for Healthcare Providers. Note: Employees are responsible for any costs (including time away from work) associated with obtaining PALS or PEARS certification if it is not a requirement of the position. (ACLS will not be accepted as a substitute to the requirements listed above.)
- Nurses working in the following areas are required to successfully obtain PALS within 3 months of employment: Emergency Department, Pediatric Intensive Care (PICU), Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU), Cardiac Intensive Care (CICU), Critical Care Float Pool, Recovery Room (PACU), Operating Room (OR), Interventional Radiology (IR), Pediatric Transport Control, Bellevue Surgery Center, Cath Lab & Special Procedures, and ALL Urgent Care locations. Current PALS is to be maintained at all times
- Must obtain PALS or PEARS instructor certification within one year of employment
- Previous CNS experience.
This compensation range was calculated based on full-time employment (2080 hours worked per calendar year). Offers are determined by multiple factors including equity, skills, experience, and expertise, and may vary within the range provided.
Seattle Children’s offers annual incentive pay based upon performance that is commensurate with the level of the position.
This compensation range is specific to Seattle, positions located outside of Seattle may be compensated differently depending on various factors.
Seattle Children’s offers a generous benefit package, including medical, dental, and vision plans, 403(b), life insurance, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, and more. Click here for more information.
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