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Clinical Nurse II - Dedicated ECMO ICU - Full Time (0.9 FTE)

University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) Type Full time Posted 5/14/2014
Salary - n/a - Starts 8/27/2014
MD - Maryland (All) - Baltimore Referral - n/a -    

Clinical Nurse II - Dedicated ECMO ICU - Full Time (0.9 FTE)
Facility:University of Maryland Medical CenterEmployment Type:Full Time
Location:Baltimore, MDShift/Schedule:NIGHT
Department:STC: LUNG HEALING UNITPosted FTE:0.9
Job Posting Category:NursingHours of Work:7p-7a
Job ID #:30725Benefits Eligible:Yes
Minimum Education:See qualificationsLicense/Cert Required:Not Indicated
Minimum Experience:See qualificationsSpecialty Type:Intensive Care

At the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) we offer state-of-the-art trauma care.

UMMC’s R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma and Critical Care Tower is one of the most advanced trauma centers in the world. Our new Lung Rescue Unit will offer cutting edge ECMO to patients in need. This technology, in limited use at other hospitals around the country, will allow us to offer comprehensive treatment to those suffering from acute cardiac and respiratory failure.

We are currently seeking experienced ICU or Critical Care nurses to join our team!

We offer:

• Up to $10,000 a year to use towards your post-graduate degree at the University of Maryland;
• An achievable professional advancement model for aspiring clinical leaders;
• The opportunity to use evidenced based practices and advanced procedures to progress your patients through treatment requiring ECMO.
• The chance to team with leading providers of acute cardiac and respiratory care in one of the most technologically advanced units in the country.
• Opportunity to work in a leading Academic Medical Center providing world renowned trauma care.

•     A minimum of two years’ experience as an RN in an ICU or Critical Care setting;
•     Current Maryland RN license (or eligible to practice per compact agreement);
•     Current BLS (ACLS preferred).

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.