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The Clinical Nurse Specialist for the NICU is responsible for providing clinical leadership through: the development of a culture of evidence-based practice and research, Involvement in all aspects of the Quality and Safety initiatives and consultation and mentoring of the advanced clinical staff.
Demonstrated competence as a practitioner. Effective oral and written communication skills. Recent Level III NICU experience strongly preferred. Previous research experience strongly preferred.
Master of Science degree in nursing with emphasis on clinical practice. Competence in providing leadership required.
Required Credentials, Licensure or Certification:
Current R.N. license to practice in Ohio, Advance practice degree, Certificate of Authority to Practice required.
University Hospitals is currently offering an $8,000 sign on bonus for designated regularly statused Clinical Nurse Specialists who are hired to work a minimum of 20 hours per week.
University Hospitals is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.