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University of Rochester 31600/33600 - Birth Center - Asst Nurse Manager - 210588 in Rochester, New York

31600/33600 - Birth Center - Asst Nurse Manager

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OB/GYN Nursing

Full/Part Time

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FT position available, D/E/N, and on call responsibilities


Seeking highly motivated individual with skills in leading, mentoring, communicating, and prioritizing. This is a great opportunity to be a nursing leader within a highly functional team dedicated to delivering compassionate care to a variety of patients within our Birth Center Model of Care. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: providing on-going feedback to staff, serving as a clinical resource at both unit and service level, liaison with health care team, performing service recovery with both internal and external customers. Will collaborate to participate in program development regarding education plan for the Birth Center. Must be flexible in time management. Creative thought and actions with good verbal expression important. Applicants must have 3 to 5 years in OB; LDRP experience preferred, Bachelor’s degree and some leadership training preferred. Participation in community and professional organizations which promote nursing desired.


Requires a BSN or matriculation in a BSN program from an accredited Nursing Program and an active New York State license in good standing. Applicants will have a minimum of 5 years or RN experience. This position is a member of the unit/service leadership team, demonstrates the ability to develop standards of care, unit/service goals, and objectives, and provides consultation and expertise in delivering patient care.

How To Apply

Current University of Rochester employees need only submit a resume to All other interested applicants should apply online or submit a resume to Nursing Recruitment, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 619-19, Rochester, NY 14642, or fax resume to 585.756.5882.

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