Nurse Practitioner Neonatal

Legacy Health

Posted 2 years ago

Listing Type: Nursing
Employment Type: Nursing
Shift: Variable
Education Level: Not Stated
Certificates: Not Stated
Experience Level: All|Experienced
Compensation: NA

Job Title:

Nurse Practitioner Neonatal

Work Location:

Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel - N Portland OR

Department:

Neonatal: Nurse Practitioners

Shift:

Variable, as needed

Status:

Full time benefited, 36-40 hrs/wk

Budgeted Hrs/Wk:

36

Hours:

variable

Work Days:

Variable schedule, with weekends/holidays

Job Number:

16-3545

Salary Min:

50.64

Salary Max:

75.45

Shift Differentials:

Bonus/Relo Eligible:

Bonus/Relocation

Critical To Fill:

Yes

Union:

Non-union

Job Code:

06130

Job Description:

Randall Children’s Hospital, part of Legacy Health, is seeking a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner to work in a state of the art, future driven unit. Nurse practitioners within the NICU are involved in the care of infants within the level IV NICU, and also in the leading national neonatal telemedicine resuscitation program and general newborn care. Nurse Practitioners have active memberships within the units shared governance structure and also contribute to and help with the continual education of the staff nurses. The NNP Team welcomes the opportunity to mentor NNP students from programs all over the country.

Randall Children’s Hospital was proud to open a new freestanding children's hospital in 2012. The NICU is a 45 -bed unit with a dedicated physician team. The NICU has been actively involved in the Vermont Oxford Network since the 1980’s and continues to work with this group for quality driven, family focused and national leading standards of care. The NICU within Randall children’s is known regionally for the excellent care provided to patients and families who have infant with complex medical needs.

Randall Children’s Hospital has been a regional leader in providing excellent care to an average 150,000 infants, children and teens in Portland and the Pacific Northwest every year. The hospital is one of Oregon’s largest providers of pediatric inpatient and trauma services, receiving referrals from the entire Pacific Northwest. The medical staff within the entire hospital is made up of more than 600 physicians, including pediatric medical and surgical specialists, sub-specialists, hospitalists and community pediatricians and includes inpatient pediatric hospitalists for 24-7 coverage.

This position is for a 0.9 FTE and includes rotating blocks of day shift and night shift responsibilities. Our team within the NICU is excited to continue to build a culture that values diversity and consistently reflects the values our team and hospital aspire to hold through the care we provide our patients.

Portland, which is home to several universities, is a sophisticated city offering diverse cultural activities and communities that appeal to a wide variety of needs and tastes. Portland is home to Powell’s Bookstore which is the largest independent bookstore in the US as well as a host of fine arts choices and diverse dining. Beautiful parks and more biking paths per mile than any other city in the US promote an active and healthy lifestyle. The temperate four seasons, spectacular surroundings of the Columbia River Gorge and the majestic Cascade Mountains, as well as close proximity to ocean beaches and long skiing seasons make this an opportunity for both a dynamic position and a wonderful lifestyle.

We are a not-for-profit 501 (c) (3) organization. To find out why Legacy was selected as one of the top 50 mid-size organizations by Forbes Magazine 2016, or to apply, please visit our website www.legacyhealth.org. Please apply for position number 16-3545. A CV can be inserted into the application. For additional information, please contact Vicki Owen at 503 415-5403 or via email at vowen@lhs.org. Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled  

  

Job Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

As required by licensure.

Experience:

Minimum 2 years experience as an NICU Staff Nurse, Level III preferred.

Licensure:

Current applicable state RN license required.

National Certification as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP) required.

Current applicable state license as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with Prescriptive Privileges (NNP-PP) required.

Current Neonatal Resuscitation Program Instructor Certification, (or within 90 days of employment).

Credentialed by Legacy Medical Staff for Category I and II privileges.

Completion of ECMO certification course preferred.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled

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