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Texas Health Resources RN/Registered Nurse, Neonatal ICU, Part-time, 6:30PM-7AM, Ft. Worth in Fort Worth, Texas

Registered Nurse (RN) – Neonatal ICU/NICU - Great Benefits and Learning Opportunities

Are you looking for a rewarding career, tight-knit nursing team and top-notch benefits? We’re looking for qualified R egistered Nurse like you to join our Texas Health family.

Position Highlights

  • Work location: Texas Health Ft. Worth, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76104

  • Work environment: The Women’s Center at Texas Health Ft. Worth, a MAGNET and Baby-friendly designated facility, has been named “Best Place to Have a Baby”.

• As a regional referral center for high-risk deliveries, Texas Health Fort Worth offers advanced services for complex and high-risk infants.

• Our Level III NICU is staffed 24 hours a day by neonatologists, pediatric sub-specialists, neonatal nurse practitioners and skilled registered nurses who are dedicated in providing experienced care to babies born with special health needs.

• 63-bed Level III Neonatal ICU/NICU

• Utilize the following skills: Bubble CPAP, Conventional Ventilator, Oscillators, and JETs (high-frequency)

• Average daily census is 54 patients

• Over 600 NICU admissions per year

• Ability to work with critically ill and complex infants, multiples and preemies

  • Work hours: Part-time, 24 hours weekly, (2) 12-hour shifts, 6:30PM – 7:00AM

  • Salary range: $26.50 - $50.82 per hour (based on relevant RN experience)

Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth is a 726-bed, Magnet-designated regional referral center that has served the residents of Tarrant County and surroundings communities since 1930. Hospital services include cardiovascular care, high-risk obstetrics, gynecology, orthopedics and sports medicine, neonatal intensive care, and trauma/emergency medicine. In early 2014, Texas Health Fort Worth opened a new 75,000 square foot Emergency Services Center, one of the largest in the region. Texas Health Fort Worth has more than 4,000 employees, 200 volunteers and nearly 1,000 physicians on its medical staff. Texas Health Fort Worth recently received national recognition for its oncology program and was named “Best Place to Have a Baby” in Tarrant County. The hospital is also a designated Cycle III Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers. We invite you to join us in furthering your career and our accomplishments and philosophy of excellence.

Qualifications

  • Associate Degree in Nursing; BSN preferred; Completion of BSN within two years of earliest start date in a Texas Health RN(required)

  • CLIAFE Must comply with CLIA regulations regarding foreign education equivalency (required)

  • Current RN licensure or compact licensure recognized by the Texas Board of Nursing upon hire

  • BCLS – Basic Cardiac Life Support certification through the American Heart Association required upon hire

  • NRP - Neonatal Resuscitation Program within 90 days is required

  • 1 Year Experience as a clinical nurse or completion of an RN residency program required

  • More than 2 years Neonatal ICU/NICU Level III RN experience from an acute care facility strongly preferred

In addition to the required qualifications, a successful RN will:

  • Demonstrate a high degree of confidentiality, positive interpersonal skills, and ability to function in a fast-paced environment.

  • maintain a positive, customer-focused attitude toward patients

  • possess a strong work ethic and always display a high level of professionalism

  • have basic computer skills using Medical management application systems

Position Responsibilities

Delivers care to patients utilizing the Nursing Process

• assesses the patient

• plans the care of the patient

• intervenes as appropriate

• evaluates the effectiveness of interventions

• Incorporates age specific safety/infection control measures into patient care.

• Initiates action to meet patient and/or significant others need for information

• Maintains continuity of patient care inter-shift, inter-hospital, and while expediting out of hospital transfers

Why Texas Health As a Texas Health RN you’ll enjoy top-notch benefits including 401(k) with match, paid time off, competitive health insurance choices, healthcare and dependent care spending account options, wellness programs to keep you and your family healthy, tuition reimbursement, a student loan repayment program and more.

At Texas Health, our people make this a great place to work every day. Our inclusive, supportive, excellence-driven culture make Texas Health a place you’ll love to call home.

Here are a few of our recent awards:

  • 2021 FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” (7th year in a row)

  • Becker's Healthcare "150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare" (4 years running)

  • “America’s Best Employers for Diversity” list by Forbes

  • A “100 Best Workplaces for Millennials" by Fortune and Great Place to Work®

Additional perks of being a Texas Health Nurse:

  • Unlimited access to online continuing education for professional and career development. Plus, an RN Step Program including NCAP and a nursing certification test-prep content for specialty nurses.

  • A Nursing Excellence Advisory Board to provide the framework and methodology for funding projects to improve the quality of patient care through nursing education, nursing research and innovations in nursing practice.

  • A strong shared governance structure featuring unit-based councils that empower nurses to shape their work environment.

  • A supportive, team environment with outstanding opportunities for growth.

Explore our Texas Health careers site for info like Benefits , Job Listings by Category , recent Awards we’ve won and more.

Do you still have questions or concerns? Feel free to email your questions to recruitment@texashealth.org .

Employment opportunities are only reflective of wholly owned Texas Health Resources entities.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employees or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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