Charge Nurse - Medical R4 .9 FTE Night

Job ID 2023-51251
Area of Interest
Nursing - Contract
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
FTE/Hours per pay period
0.9 FTE (72 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Work Status
Regular
Department
Medical Unit
Shift
Night Shift
Primary Location : City
Seattle
Primary Location : State/Province
WA
Hot Job
Yes

Responsibilities

As an integral member of the health care team, the Charge RN functions within the scope of practice as defined by the State and the ANA Scope and Standards for Pediatric Nursing Practice. Responsible for the planning, organization and delivery of safe and timely patient and family care for all patients on the unit during each shift or for providing safe direct patient care. Applies the knowledge and skill necessary to provide appropriate interactions with staff, patients and families of all ages. Applies the nursing process to the oversight and coordination of patient care for entire unit patient population during assigned shift. Assists in meeting Seattle Children's strategic plans by incorporating the initiatives to support the strategic plans into the daily work, i.e. Continuous Performance Improvement (CPI), ART, etc. In accordance with House Bill 1155 (effective January 1, 2020), the following areas have clinical unpredictable needs and as a result will have a call obligation within their nursing positions: Apheresis, Cardiac Cath Lab, Dialysis, ECMO, Home Care Services, Imaging Services (including GI Procedures), Perioperative Services, and Transplant Coordinators.

 

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Requirements

Required Education/Experience:

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; BSN preferred.
  • Minimum one year nursing experience is required.
  • Preference will be given to those with current experience in the area hiring e.g.: Peri Operative Services, PICU etc. and in pediatrics.


Required Credentials:

  • Current Washington State RN License, or other current state license that the RN is required to work in.
  • Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers is required for all positions.
  • Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition and Stabilization (PEARS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) will be accepted in lieu of BLS for Healthcare Providers.
  • ACLS will not be accepted as a substitute to the requirements listed above.
  • 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.
  • As a condition of employment: With the exception of designated Ambulatory Care, Consulting Nurses, and the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit (IPU), all Charge Nurses are required to successfully obtain PEARS within 6 months of employment, unless the position is located within one of the departments requiring PALS, as listed below.
  • Current PEARS is to be maintained at all times.
  • Charge Nurses working in the following areas are required to successfully obtain PALS within 6 months of employment, and subsequently maintain at all times:
  • Cardiac Intensive Care Unit.
  • Cath Lab & Special Procedures.
  • Clinical Research Center.
  • Critical Care Float.
  • Emergency Department.
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
  • Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
  • Pediatric Transport Control.
  • Radiology (including Interventional Radiology and Endoscopy Lab).
  • Recovery Room (PACU).
  • Surgery (including Bellevue Surgery Center).
  • Charge Nurses working in the following areas are required to successfully obtain a Chemotherapy Biotherapy Provider Card from the Association of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses (APHON) within 6 months of employment, and subsequently maintain at all times:
  • Acute Care Float.
  • Cancer Care Unit.
  • Hematology/Oncology.
  • Infusion.
  • Charge Nurses working in Neonatal Transport Team are required to successfully obtain Neonatal Resuscitation Program certification (in addition to PALS) within 3 months of employment.
  • Current NRP to be maintained at all times.
  • Charge Nurses working in the Emergency Department, PICU, or Airlift Northwest are required to obtain Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification by 9/30/18, or within 3 months of position entry, whichever is later.
  • Charge Nurses working in the Rehabilitation Unit are required to obtain certification as a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse (CRRN) from the Rehabilitation Nursing Certification Board within 12 months of employment.
  • As a condition of continued employment, a current CRRN is to be maintained at all times.
  • Nurses working in the Psychiatric Unit and Child Psych Consultation are required to obtain Safety Care Certification (internal training) within 3 months of hire.
  • The Safety Care training must be current at all times, i.e. annual training completed prior to the expiration date.
  • Nurses (0.6 FTE or greater) working in the Dialysis Unit are required to obtain nursing licensure in the WAMI region in order to support on call requirements for out of state patients. Licensure for Alaska, Montana, and Idaho must be obtained within 6 months of hire. Licensure must be renewed annually thereafter.
  • As per the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), for nurses performing moderately complex point of care testing, a copy of a diploma or transcript of the highest level of academic achievement to be on record with Human Resources upon hire.
  • For personnel trained outside of the U.S., records of diploma/transcript must provide documented equivalency evaluation by a foreign credentialing agency.


Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing.
  • More than one year Pediatric health care nursing experience.

Min to Max Hourly Salary

$49.46 - $90.43 /hr

Min to Max Annual Salary

$102,876.80 - $188,094.40 /yr

Salary Information

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.

 

The union pay ranges can be found on the Seattle Children’s website here: WSNA - UFCW

 

Seattle Children’s offers annual incentive pay based upon performance that is commensurate with the level of the position.

Disclaimer for Out of State Applicants

This compensation range is specific to Seattle, positions located outside of Seattle may be compensated differently depending on various factors.

Benefits Information

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.

About Us

Hope. Care. Cure. These three simple words capture what we do at Seattle Children’s –- to help every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible. Are you ready to engage with a mission-driven organization that is life-changing to many, and touches the hearts of all? #HOPECARECURE

 

Our founding promise to the community is as valid today as it was over a century ago: we will care for all children in our region, regardless of the families’ ability to pay. Together, we deliver superior patient care, advance new discoveries and treatments through pediatric research, and serve as the pediatric and adolescent, academic medical center for Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho – the largest region of any children’s hospital in the country.

 

In 2022, U.S. News & World Report once again ranked Seattle Children’s among the nation’s best children’s hospitals – for the 30th year in a row. For more than a decade, Seattle Children’s has been nationally ranked in all 10 specialty areas evaluated by U.S. News & World Report. We are honored to be the top-ranked pediatric hospital in Washington and the Pacific Northwest.

 

As a Magnet designated institution, and classified among America’s best large employers by Forbes, we recognize the importance of hiring and developing great talent to provide best-in-class care to the patients and families we serve. Our organizational DNA takes form in our core values: Compassion, Excellence, Integrity, Collaboration, Equity and Innovation. Whether it’s delivering frontline care to our patients in a kind and caring manner, practicing the highest standards of quality and safety, or being relentlessly curious as we work towards eradicating childhood diseases, these values are the fabric of our culture and community. The future starts here.

Our Commitment to Diversity

Our community welcomes diverse experiences, backgrounds, and thoughts as this is what drives our spirit of inquiry and allows us to better connect with our increasingly diverse patients and families. Our organization recruits, employs, trains, compensates, and promotes without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

 

The people who work at Seattle Children’s are members of a community that seeks to respect and celebrate all the qualities that make each of us unique. Each of us is empowered to be ourselves within this community, which cultivates and promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion at all levels.

 

Seattle Children’s is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Workplace and Affirmative Action Employer.

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