ACNP / PA Critical Care Night Shift (LOCUM/PERM)

Location: New Hampshire - Manchester
Duration: Permanent OR Locum Tenens - Any
Job Assignment Date: September 30, 2019 to January 31, 2020 (123 days)
Job ID: 21641781
Company: Palm Health Resources, LLC.
Contact: John Palmisano    Call: 9544403508
Practice Type:   Hospital
Job Salary:   Competitive
Job Posted: 04/28/21

ACNP / PA Critical Care Night Shift (LOCUM/PERM) - 21641781

We are hiring an experienced critical care nurse practitioner OR physician assistant for a Dynamic team of critical care advanced practice providers in Manchester, NH!

This is a mixed medical and cardiothoracic ICU dept! The comradery of the team is strong!  They are highly valued by the hospital! The candidate will only work 3 12 hour night shifts per week! This would be a 3-6 month assignment! Paid Mal Practice, Lodging, Travel, Milage and MUCH MORE! 

Details: Seeking a motivated and talented Nurse Practitioner to join our growing Critical Care Team, very high acuity 20 bed Intensive Care Unit. 
 
Under the general direction of the Critical Care Services will perform the following functions:

QUALIFICATIONS: Education:

Successful completion of a basic nursing program and an accredited nurse practitioner program.

Must be certified by a National Certification Corporation.

Experience:

Knowledge of expanded practice skills and in-depth knowledge of critically ill adults including cardiothoracic patients.

Minimum of five years of recent critical care and cardiac surgery experience (may be concurrent) which may include both RN and APRN practice. Licensure/Certification: Current registration in the State of NH as a Registered Nurse.

NH APRN licensure or temporary APRN licensure

DEA number

 CCRN, National Certification Corporation or American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

 Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required.

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certification required.

 


THIS IS STRICTLY THE ICU; SUPER STRONG/COLLEGIAL GROUP; THEY FUNCTION SO WELL AS A TEAM; 

NEW ACNP WITH EXTENSIVE ICU RN EXPERIENCE, WOULD BE STRONGLY CONSIDERED!