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Department: Medical Surgical
Coordinates functions and activities related to a single departmental function. Position is responsible for a clinic unit. Position coordinates the scheduling efforts of the unit RN's. Acts as liaison person to internal and external customers (i.e., pre-hospital providers, medical and nursing staff, hospital administration). Responsible for developing and implementing plans/processes for meeting regulatory requirements. Trains and mentors staff. Supervises other members of the Health Care team.
Special Skills: Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to effectively implement change and assist with the management of departmental budget. Must be able to independently make decisions in high-stress situations.
Minimum Requirements: Nursing Degree from an accredited nursing school. Two years relevant clinical nursing experience. License to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Arizona. CPR required.
Preferred Qualifications: BSN. Management experience with two years supervisory experience.
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Night Shift
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About Arrowhead Hospital
Since opening our doors in October of 1988, Arrowhead Hospital in Glendale has recieved national accreditations from the Society of Chest Pain Centers and The Joint Commission (TJC), and made the 2010-2011 Best Hospitals list by U.S. News & World Report.
For more information and opportunities, see Arrowhead Hospital .
Community of Glendale
Glendale is a playground for the outdoor and athletic enthusiast. We welcome you to enjoy the miles of trails and acres of parks that Glendale has to offer. Love to hike? Then you’ll love Glendale. The city offers approximately 40 miles of hiking trails open from sunrise to sunset. Glendale is also home to the world's largest fighter-pilot training facility, Luke Air Force Base. The base is home to more than 300 aircraft, and a number of its 8,000 personnel can be seen zipping through the sunset daily.
Glendale is a city with a diverse history that is treasured not only by its residents and community members, but also by the visitors who come and experience the roots of the city. Cowboys, farmers and ranchers wove the fabric that is the Glendale of today and visitors are afforded a number of ways to catch a glimpse of these pioneers at the many cultural and heritage attractions within the city.
Census Data for Glendale
|Bachelors & Higher||21.4%|
|Under 5 Years||7.6%|
|Under 18 Years||28.0%|
|Over 65 Years||9.2%|
|Median Home Value||$183.0|
|Total Area||59.98 sq. miles|
|Persons per Household||2.84|