The Administrative Nurse Manager is responsible for the daily operations of ICU at the Einstein campus. The Administrative Nurse Manager maintains standards of the practice for nursing as defined by the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics, Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice and Nursing’s Social Policy Statement.  The Administrative Nurse Manager actualizes the vision, mission, values, and balanced scorecard performance measures for the Medical Center.  The Administrative Nurse Manager participates in performance improvement/research activities; maintains professional practice standards and clinical expertise; and demonstrates leadership skills. The Administrative Nurse Manager demonstrates core and unit specific competencies based on the patient population served.



  • Directly manages day-to-day operations of the Einstein ICU, including management of RNs, LPNs, Nursing Assistants, and other support staff.
  • Accountable for ensuring clinical support coverage and training across common areas of coverage for RNs and PAs to ensure staffing and service standards for IP and ED coverage.
  • Works with campus leadership to meet the goals of the hospital in supporting the Emergency Department and Inpatient services.
  • Works with the Director of Finance to oversee financial performance of Nursing, including development of the budget, supply chain initiatives, and personnel expenses.
  • In Partnership with the Medical Director of Quality and Safety, Manager of QI/QC, and hospital leadership, ensures compliance with current Joint Commission (TJC) standards.
  • Facilitates learning needs of self and staff by providing opportunities for staff development to gain skills necessary to provide care to ICU patients and to ensure competency and current knowledge in the profession.
  • Leads and collaborates on specific projects as it relates to operations and process improvement.
  • Standardizes operating procedures and effectively troubleshoots and resolves issues as they arise. Works with the Manager for Quality and Safety to maintain existing policies and identify new policies. Ensures management and staff have knowledge of existing policies and communicates inter and intradepartmental policy and procedure changes to management and staff.
  • Ensures that adequate written safety procedures, work instructions, emergency procedures, and operating instructions are issued to all nursing staff.
  • Ensures all clinical licenses and other documentation are maintained and that the Department meets the guidelines for ACR, NYS DOH and Joint Commission. 
  • Develops a collaborative relationship with key stakeholders, including other departments and physicians to obtain feedback, support, and promote the department’s operational and strategic goals, and maintain the highest standards of quality care, patient safety, and customer service.
  1. Requirements:  
  • Education Preferred Level:  Master’s Degree
  • Education Required Level: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Critical Care Certification preferred
  • Previous nursing leadership/management experience
  • Length of Work Experience Required: 3- 5 years critical care experience
  • Licenses, Registrations and/or Professional Certifications required to qualify for this position.
  • Evidence of experience in clinical quality and patient experience improvements
  • Licensed NYS Registered Nurse
  • Experience Managing in a unionized environment
    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED including, if applicable,
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite including Excel and Power Point.
  • Excellent communication and critical thinking skills
  • The ability to work with people at different levels of understanding and to motivate them to change/focus to ensure departmental success
  • The ability to work effectively with cross functional groups and participate in problem solving processes

Strong initiative to learn, teach, and to be a self-motivated professional


Department: Nursing Bargaining Unit: Non Union Campus: EINSTEIN  Employment Status: Regular Full-Time Address: 1825 EASTCHESTER RD
Shift: Day Scheduled Hours: 7 AM-3:30 PM Req ID: 211705 Salary Range/Pay Rate: $170,000.00 - $170,000.00    


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