OB Manager job opening in a 25-Bed Critical Access Hospital near Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- 15 -20 Deliveries/Month
- 3 LDRP Rooms – 2 double ante partum and a level 1 nursery.
- Modern equipment with Central Monitoring.
Under the general direction of the Chief Nursing Officers, this working department manager supervises and provides professional and technical guidance to nursing staff in the OB Department. This nursing Manager performs highly complex and varied tasks requiring independent knowledge, its application to a variety of situations, as well as exercising independent judgment. Participation in all management functions of the nursing department (planning, organizing, leading, teaching and mentoring), is a daily expectation of this role. Additionally, this manager will also be staffing on a regular basis.
BSN with current licensure in the State of New Mexico or hold a nursing license in a qualified compact licensure state. Candidate should have a minimum of 5 years clinical experience and two to three years management experience preferred.
This city is a diverse community of 9,300 people descending from many cultures and backgrounds. Our climate is mild year-round, typical of the high desert. We are located 1 hour west of Albuquerque on I-40 and 1 hour east of Gallup. Our area offers low property taxes, inexpensive housing, the convenience of a nearby large city, and an abundance of open space. The area offers scenic vistas of mountains and mesas, historical attractions, a national forest, national monuments, state parks, and many forms of outdoor recreation. It also plays a vital role in the mining and forest restoration industries as well.
Great food served in a genuine atmosphere of beauty and enchantment. We still revere tradition here as well as innovations and continue to celebrate the early blend of Native American and Spanish cultures that created our singular cuisine, different from anywhere else in the American Southwest or Mexico.
Competitive Salary Range!
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