Manager (RN), Neonatal Program - CHI St. Luke's, The Woodlands (8a - 5p)

Position: Manager (RN), Neonatal Program - CHI St. Luke's, The Woodlands (8a - 5p)

Job ID: 149099

Location: US-TX-Houston

Department: Woodlands Medical Center

Talent Area: Registered Nurse

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Regular/Temporary: Regular

Shift: 8a - 5p

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We are searching for a Manager of Pediatric Services/NICU, Community-Based Hospital Initiatives – someone who works well in a fast-paced hospital setting. In this position, you’ll manage daily clinical and personnel activities for the designated clinical area(s) at the host hospital, as well as provide administrative support to the Director. The Neonatal Program Manager is responsible for the provision of neonatal care services and coordinates and participates in the delivery of high quality, developmentally appropriate patient and family-centered care at the unit level.


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Responsibilities :

  • Maintain clinical competency by ensuring that the physiologic, psychosocial, and developmental needs of the patient are met within a family-centered environment
  • Ensure the staffing needs of the designated clinical areas are adequately met
  • Monitor productivity and assure that staffing resources are aligned with patient care need
  • Observe, identify, and address human resources issues for assigned staff
  • Hire, coach, counsel, and develop the nursing staff to ensure the delivery of high quality patient care
  • Collaborate with the Neonatal Care Director in areas to include, but not limited to, developing and/or revising policies, procedures and guidelines, assuring staff competency, education, and training, the QAPI Program, and regular participation in the neonatal QAPI meetings
  • Coordinate and collaborate patient care needs with appropriate members of the healthcare team to achieve desired clinical outcomes and management of care across the continuum
  • Demonstrate effective communication skills with healthcare team and works to eliminate communication barriers
  • Serve as a liaison between physicians, families, nursing staff and ancillary departments
  • Demonstrate accountability for cost-effective management of human resources, equipment, and supplies
  • Assume authority and responsibility for monitoring the provision for neonatal patient care services from admission, stabilization, through discharge
  • Participate in unit-based quality initiatives for the purpose of developing and monitoring clinical outcomes that demonstrate nursing excellence
  • Develop collaborative relationships with other NPM(s) of designated facilities
  • Support the implementation of unit goals and communication of the host hospital's strategic plan to staff





  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN)
  • Current RN licensure by the Texas State Board of Nurse Examiners
  • NRP – Certification, Neonatal Resuscitation Program from the American Heart Association
  • BLS – Certification, Basic Life Support from the American Heart Association
  • Two (2) years of pediatric/neonatal nursing experience






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