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Nurse Practitioner needed Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center, Yonkers

Title: Nurse Practitioner (12) hour shifts 7a-7:30p/7p-7:30a
Location: Elizabeth Seton Children’s Center
300 Executive Boulevard South
Yonkers, NY 10701
To view our postings and apply: https://setonchildrens.org
Date: June 2024
Search # 2024-2309
Status: Full Time and Per Diem available
Shift: Full Time is Nights Per Diem Day or Night-(12) hour shifts 7a-7:30p/7p-7:30a
Compensation: Exempt: $130,000.00-$143,000.00
Per Diem:$90.00 hr
Requirements: 
 Graduate of an accredited RN program
 B.S. N.; M.S.N.
 N.P. Board Certification required
 RN and NP in the State of New York
 BCLS certificate
 PALS certification preferred
 Completion of courses mandated for continuation of RN license, (ex. Infection Control
course; Child Abuse course.)
 DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Certification is required.
 Minimum of two years pediatric experience
 Minimum of 1+ years of ICU experience
 Minimum of three years’ experience in supervision
 Experience in pediatric and adolescent chronic and restorative nursing modalities
preferred
Position Responsibilities:
To ensure in collaboration with the Nurse Manager for each unit that safe, appropriate and goal directed care is provided in a consistent manner, to provide support and direction to nursing staff
on the evening and night tours of duty and to ensure the implementation of the Nursing
Department policies and procedures on the evening and night tours of duty.
 Understands ESCC’s Mission and Core Values and incorporates these values into daily practice.
 Perform clinical evaluations of residents for acute illness or change in status.
 Provide medical services for residents who have chronic issues as needed
 Order medications and ensure proper administration.
 Provide emergency services for residents and staff as needed.
 Assist Employee Health office with immunizations, PPD placement and reading, and
staff assessments as needed.
 Address abnormal laboratory results and document assessment and plans.
 Order and arrange transfer of residents to acute care facilities as indicated, including
provision of written consultation and telephone call to receiving ED.
 Write thorough notes including history, physical exam, assessment, and plan for resident
encounters.
 Use electronic medical record for notes and orders.
 Provide end-of-shift sign out to nursing and medical staff.
 Make rounds to ensure that all residents are seen at least one time per shift.
 In partnership with nurse supervisor, take active role in education, support, and guidance
of staff.
 Meet with parents, physicians, other staff, and/or administration as needed.
 Maintain knowledge base through continuing professional education programs and
provide documentation to medical staff office.
 Other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by supervisor, department
director, and/or administration.

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