Exceptional People. Extraordinary Careers.
St. Lukes-Roosevelt, with two locations on Manhattans West Side, is an academic affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Widely respected for our high quality care, we are also known for reaching out to the diverse communities we serve communities where many of our employees live. Our exceptional staff enjoys the family feel that comes from working with friends and neighbors, while benefiting from the tremendous support, stability and resources needed to help them grow and advance. Our success is also attributed to a strong leadership team that brings together outstanding clinical resources and reinforces our service traditions ensuring the highest quality of care for our patients.
Roosevelt Hospital is seeking Emergency Department Nurse Manager Evening Shift
In this highly visible role, you will be charged with the day to day operations for the Emergency Department. Your excellent people skills, organizational ability and talent for communication will serve you well, as you lead your staff and build relationships with physicians and other hospital employees.
Bachelors Degree in Nursing (BSN); Masters preferred.
Current NY State Registered Nurse (RN) License & Registration.
Must have prior RN experience in Emergency Department (ED).
At least five years of clinical experience including successful, progressive management experience.
Strong leadership ability.
Effective organization and interpersonal skills.
We are committed to recruiting and retaining the most skilled and caring professionals for our patients. We do this by investing in our employees, offering them a highly competitive compensation and benefits package, including medical, dental, vision and prescription drug coverage, a 403 (b) retirement plan, and much, much more.
We have also made it a priority to develop diversity initiatives that encourage a welcoming workplace environment. We promote recognition and respect for individual and cultural differences, and we work to make our associates feel valued and appreciated, whatever their race, gender, background or sexual orientation.