At Cincinnati Children's, we come to work with one goal: to make children's health better. We believe in a holistic team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children's.
Department/Unit: Emergency Department ED Shift: Evening Hours/FTE: .4 FTE Benefits Eligibility: No
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Has Been Named:
The #3 Pediatric Hospital in the Nation - US News and World Report 2022
On Forbes Magazine 2022 list of America's Best Employers for Diversity
One of four Medical Centers making the list of the 2022 Glassdoor Best Places to Work
An LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Top Performer in 2022 by The Human Rights Campaign (HRC)
ED Burnett campus is in the new Critical Care Building (G- location) encompassing a 65-bed ED which averages 180 to 250 patient visits daily. Children of all ages and severity of illness and injury are cared for including complex trauma patients as the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in the area. Our emergency rooms are some of the busiest pediatric emergency departments in the country.
Market Leading Benefits Including:
Shift Differential, Weekend Differential, and Weekend Option Pay Programs
Medical coverage starting day 1 of employment. View employee benefits here: https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/careers/benefits
Pension plan and optional 403(b) supplemental retirement plans
Tuition reimbursement for continuing education
Expansive employee discount programs through our many community partners
Referral bonus program for current staff!
Support through Employee Resource Groups such as African American Professionals Advisory Council, Asian Cultural and Professional Group, EQUAL - LGBTQIA Resource Group, Juntos - Hispanic/Latin Resource Group, Veterans and Military Family Advocacy Network, and Young Professionals (YP) Resource Group
Physical and mental health wellness programs
Relocation assistance packages available for nurses!
Enjoy More Tuition Free Benefits Including:
Experienced Adult to Pediatric Fellowship Program
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention Training
Compliance - Patient Services Staff Sustain a working understanding of regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. Support leadership in Compliance efforts to meet and sustain the regulatory compliance efforts of the department and hospital. Be mindful and judicious in monitoring safety and departmental policies and procedures. Ensure all individual certifications and Safety College requirements are fulfilled in a timely basis. Work with department managers, nurse council and magnet representatives to identify and share safety best practices. Be mindful of CCHMCs processes and compliance with CMS standards and freely communicate safety and compliance concerns to leadership team members.
Interprofessional Practice Demonstrates consistent integration of the Interprofessional Practice Model (IPM) in all aspects of practice.
Patient Care - Age Specific and Culturally Diverse Consistently integrates age specific and culturally diverse concepts into patient care, taking into consideration both the patient's chronological age and developmental functioning.
Clinical judgment when performing caring practices Collects clinical data; follow algorithms, decision trees, and protocols. Matches formal knowledge with clinical events to make appropriate decisions; uses available resources as needed. Documents plan of care, care delivered, and patient and family outcomes. Focuses on the usual and customary needs of the patient and family; anticipates future needs; bases care on standards and protocols; maintains a safe physical environment; acknowledges death as a potential outcome. Consistently integrates age specific concepts into patient care, taking into consideration both the patient's chronological age and developmental functioning. Using self-management support, develops care goals and actions through partnerships with patients and families. Facilitates patient and family learning by providing structured education based on the plan of care goals, and the needs of the patient and family; uses teach back to evaluate effectiveness.
Exhibits advocacy, moral agency and response to diversity Works on behalf of patient and family; assesses personal values; aware of ethical conflicts/issues that may surface in clinical setting; makes ethical/moral decisions based on rules; represents patient when patient cannot represent self; aware of patients' rights. Assesses cultural diversity. Recognizes the potential impact of culture on the patient/family experience, and incorporates culturally diverse concepts into patient care.
Uses systems thinking Sees the pieces or components; sees patient and family within the isolated environment of the unit; sees self as key resource to support the family through the healthcare experience through care coordination. Sustains a working understanding of regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. Supports leadership in efforts to meet and sustain the regulatory compliance efforts of the department and hospital. Monitors and complies with safety and departmental policies and procedures. Ensures individual certifications and Safety College requirements are fulfilled in a timely basis. Is mindful of CCHMCs processes and compliance with CMS standards and freely communicates safety and compliance concerns to leadership team members.
Collaborates with team using shared decision making Is receptive to the contributions of the interdisciplinary team in team meetings and discussion regarding patient issues. Participates in shared governance at the point-of-care as a member of unit-based councils or by demonstrating awareness and contributing to shared decision making (reading minutes, giving feedback and implementing council decisions).
Clinical inquiry & performance review to improve practice Follows standards and guidelines; implements clinical changes and research-based practices developed by others; recognizes the need for further learning to improve patient care; recognizes routine or obvious changing patient situation (e.g., deterioration, crisis); in unusual care situations, seeks help when needed to identify patient problem. Uses self-appraisal performance review and peer review, including annual goal setting, for assurance of competence and professional development to promote safe and ethical practice using the nursing process. Demonstrates openness to coaching and mentoring from others. Facilitates learning by assisting with peer and student learning experiences. Works with department managers, nurse council and magnet representatives to identify, share, implement and evaluate safety best practices.
Associate/Diploma prepared RNs from ACEN, CCNE or NLN CNEA accredited inst with 2 yr. exp.
If hired as an external candidate without BSN or MSN, must enroll in a BSN or MSN program within 1 year of hire date and complete program within 5 years of hire date
Active Ohio RN License. May be required to obtain other state licensure.
H-1B visa sponsorship is not available
BSN from ACEN, CCNE or NLN CNEA accredited institution or MSN
Development Knowledge of growth and development
Family-centered care Understands and support family-centered care
Clinical Knowledge Professional knowledge and clinical ability sufficient to provide quality care
Diversity Appreciation Understanding and showing respect and appreciation for the uniqueness of all individuals; leveraging differences in others' perspectives and ideas; appreciating cultural differences and adjusting one's approach to successfully integrate with others who are different from oneself
Self-development Persistently seeking feedback from others as well as opportunities to update and master job-relevant knowledge; volunteering for training and development opportunities; changing behavior in response to feedback and experience
Emotional Resilience Remaining composed and calm when faced with setbacks, disappointments, rejection, crises, stress or pressure; readily putting aside concerns to get the job done; taking a problem solving rather than an emotional approach when faced with a difficult situation; being even-tempered and non-defensive
Self-Awareness Accurately identifying one's strengths and weaknesses; using this knowledge to identify necessary resources
Communication Excellent verbal, written and/or interpersonal communication skills
Physical Capability Capable of bending, lifting (up to 110 lbs) and standing; demonstrate physical ability to perform necessary tasks.
Cincinnati Children's is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and treasures Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We are committed to creating an environment of dignity and respect for all our employees, patients, and families (EEO/AA).
About Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.