Registered Nurse (RN)- Intensive Care Unit (ICU)-Nights
Company: Mayo Clinic
Posted on: May 16, 2022
Why Mayo Clinic About UsMayo Clinic Arizona's high acuity
multidisciplinary Intensive Care Unit (ICU). We have in-person 24/7
Intensivist coverage and great resources to allow our nurses to
deliver unparalleled care. We care for patients who are
mechanically ventilated and/or require intensive monitoring and
interventions. The department is expanding to a total of 48 beds.
We care for the following patient populations:
- Congestive Heart Failure
- CV Surgery
- Abdominal and Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Repairs
- Ventricular Assist Devices (LVAD)
- Comprehensive Stroke
- Septic Shock and other complex medical conditionsICU's Top 5
"Must Haves" for a Great Nursing Career:
- A strong voice to advocate for your patient. You got into
nursing to care for and help those who need someone to speak up for
them. In ICU, you'll use that voice. #Compassion #Healing
- A skilled team. The best patient experiences don't happen
because of one great physician or nurse or specialist. They happen
when we bring together highly skilled teams who are hyper-focused
on creating the best outcomes. #Excellence #Innovation
- Respect and Trust. It's not enough to have a bunch of smart
people advocating for patients. There has to be a culture of
safety, so those people can speak up-regardless of job title.
- A growth mindset. Our ICU nurses care for our sickest
patients-everything from cardiac to neuro, transplant and complex
medical. We don't expect you to know it all. We believe in and are
proud of the quality of our nursing practice. In ICU you'll have a
built-in network to mentor and support your career. #Teamwork
- Compensation and benefits. You can take better care of our
patients when Mayo Clinic is taking care of you. There are way too
many benefits to list here, so we'll just leave this link here for
you: Benefit highlights bookletPosition descriptionThe registered
nurse (RN) is accountable for the coordination of nursing care,
including direct patient care, patient/family education and
transitions of care. The RN supports professional nursing practice
across practice settings and across the continuum of care to meet
the needs of the patient and family. The RN will function within
the Mayo Clinic Nursing Professional Practice Model, which includes
accountability for planning, implementing, evaluating and
communicating all phases of nursing care for assigned patients. The
ANA Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice provide a basis for
the practice of the RN. The RN provides leadership through
activities such as preceptor role, informal leadership roles, and
quality improvement efforts. The RN delegates patient care
according to skill level, experience, patient acuity, fiscal
accountability, and adequacy of resources. The RN possesses
excellent communication skills; is skillful in mentoring and
teaching; and may participate on committees or projects. A subset
of employees may be required to drive their personal vehicle as a
part of the responsibility of their role.Qualifications Graduate of
an accredited, or those in the candidacy process, associate, or
diploma nursing program, as recognized by the Accreditation
Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), Commission on
Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), National League for Nursing
Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA).
Exceptions to this may be made in the MCHS sites prior to a law
change requiring accreditation expected in 2018. If graduated from
a nursing program that was not accredited by ACEN, at least one
year of RN experience (within the last five years) in an applicable
care setting is required. If graduation did not occur within the
last two years, one year of RN experience in an applicable care
setting or one year of current LPN experience at Mayo Clinic is
required. Arizona requires one year of RN experience in an
applicable area. All entry-level associate degree registered nurses
with a RN start date of April 1, 2020 and after must provide
documented evidence of program completion of the baccalaureate
degree in nursing from an accredited nursing program within five
years from the last day of the month of the RN start date. All
entry-level associate degree registered nurses with a RN start date
prior to April 1, 2020 must provide documented evidence of program
completion of the baccalaureate degree in nursing from an
accredited nursing program as stipulated by the degree requirement
program in place at time of hire.Additional qualifications
- One year RN experience in ICU is required.
- Two years of current critical care (ICU) is strongly preferred.
Will hold those in review status with 1+ years.
- BSN preferred.
- Maintains both Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Basic
Life Support (BLS) certifications.
- Maintains annual ECG competency.
- Will consider internal candidates without ICU experience who
have completed the Mayo Clinic's High Acuity Program.
- Excellent communication skills (verbal and written).
- Experience working in a team environment.
- Computer skills required, prior experience with electronic
medical record systems preferred.
- Ability to work flexible hours, which may include days,
evenings, nights, holidays, and weekends and on-call.
- Ability to adapt to unpredictable situations within the work
- Demonstrated leadership, effective communicator, and excellent
critical thinking skills.License or certification
- Current RN license by applicable state requirements.
- Arizona and Florida - Maintains Basic Life Support (BLS)
competency from American Heart Association or American Red
- Additional specialty certification/training as required by the
work area.Exemption status Non-exemptCompensation Detail
$37.22-$55.86 / hourBenefits eligible YesSchedule Full TimeHours /
Pay period 72Schedule details Night shift7:00pm-7:30am, 72 hours in
a 2 week pay period, 3-12's per work week.Rotating Holidays.Weekend
schedule 1 of 2 weekends.International Assignment NoSite
description Over the next four years, Mayo Clinic is making
significant investments in both the physical and technological
future of health care, through doubling the size of the Mayo Clinic
campus in Phoenix, inclusive of practice, education, and research
activities. Mayo Clinic's campuses in Arizona are located in
Phoenix and Scottsdale, in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. The region
is known as the Valley of the Sun, a metropolitan area with more
than 4 million residents in 25 cities and towns.With Phoenix being
the fifth largest city in the nation, this sunny "desert
metropolis" offers the amenities of a big city in the midst of a
strikingly beautiful, rugged, southwest landscape.Scottsdale
frequently earns praise as a highly desirable place to live. The
city's more than 200,000 residents enjoy a vibrant mix of culinary
hot spots, arts and entertainment, professional and collegiate
sports teams, and community resources. The region's desert climate
promotes an outdoor lifestyle with a full complement of sports and
recreation.Recruiter Helena McieEOE As an Affirmative Action and
Equal Opportunity Employer Mayo Clinic is committed to creating an
inclusive environment that values the diversity of its employees
and does not discriminate against any employee or candidate. Women,
minorities, veterans, people from the LGBTQ communities and people
with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply to join our
teams. Reasonable accommodations to access job openings or to apply
for a job are available.
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