Anesthesia Nurse Manager

A rare opportunity has just opened for a Manager of Anesthesia Services in beautiful central South Carolina. This short term acute care facility seeks a proven nurse leader who is experienced in Post Anesthesia Care and ready to be a part of an exciting team.

The Anesthesia Nurse Manager will join an exciting, state of the art facility that is dedicated to compassionate care for patients and staff. This 500+ bed medical organization is growing to keep up with the local population, and is expected to open a new facility in 2019. This hospital has earned various awards and accolades for patient excellence and satisfaction, and has earned various awards and accolades because of it.

The Manager of Anesthesia will report directly to the Anesthesia Director and manage a staff as well. The Anesthesia Nurse Manager will assist leadership, and work in a multi-disciplinary team in organizing and coordinating patient care delivery.

The Anesthesia Manager will be a leader and be directly responsible for the daily operations of the busy Anesthesia department. The Anesthesia Services Manager will be involved and hands on, while focusing on departmental budget, staff education, administration and scheduling, and performance improvement. The ideal Anesthesia Nurse Manager will have a Master s Degree and proven work leadership.

The Manager of Anesthesia Services will near a beautiful and historic city of South Carolina. In addition to the warmer southern climate, the Nurse Manager of Anesthesia will enjoy the southern flair that only this area can provide. Families will be entertained by many events throughout the year, the beautiful and spacious parks, great school systems, and famous local eateries.

An attractive salary and benefits will await the next Manager of Anesthesia Service. This is a truly ideal opportunity with the potential for employment growth, as well as work/life balance.

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