Manager - Cardiac Catheterization & Electrophysiology Laboratory Job

  • Froedtert
  • Milwaukee, WI, USA
  • Nov 04, 2017
Full time Health Care

Job Description

Come join our award winning team! See What Is Possible .

The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin regional health care network is composed of an academic medical center, two community hospitals and more than 25 primary and specialty care health centers and clinics. The Froedtert & MCW health network offers exceptional care in the community and streamlined, coordinated access to specialty expertise, clinical trials and the full range of tertiary care capabilities of eastern Wisconsin s only academic medical center when the need for more complex treatment arises.

Froedtert Health has been widely recognized for our dedication to our staff, providing a work environment full of encouragement, innovation, collaboration and respect.

We are honored to be recognized in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a Top Workplace by WorkplaceDynamics for five consecutive years. Our best-in-class wellness program has earned us recognition in the Milwaukee Business Journal as a Healthiest Employer and a Gold Well Workplace award from the Wellness Council of America.

We invite you to review the job posting below. If you meet the requirements and qualifications for this opportunity, you are encouraged to apply.

Thank you for considering a career with Froedtert Health!


FTE: 1.000000

*1.0 FTE is Full-Time, any position less than 1.0 FTE is Part-Time, and .001 FTE is Optional Part-Time*

*Positions with an \"FTE\" (full time equivalency) of .875 - 1.0 are eligible for full-time medical, dental and vision benefits. Positions with an \"FTE\" of .5 - .874 are eligible for part-time pro-rated medical, dental and vision benefits*

Shift: 1

Responsible for supervising and coordinating the day to day functioning of the cardiac cath/electrophysiology lab department at Froedtert Hospital. The Cardiac Cath/EP Manager is an experienced critical care nurse who ensures delivery of professional services to patients directed by the Cath/EP Lab Medical Directors in accordance with the hospital's objectives, policies and procedures. This individual assists the hospitals directors and medical directors in the development and direction of services rendered by cath/electrophysiology departments, and maintains clinical standards of practice based on current literature and professional standards. May be delegated additional responsibilities in the absence of the Director of Heart and Vascular services. Other duties as assigned.

  • Minimum of three to five years of clinical experience in Cardiac Cath/EP Labs
  • Supervisory and/or education experience in procedural Cath/EP lab is preferred.
  • Degree in Nursing (Baccalaureate or Graduate) is required.
  • Requires current state of Wisconsin Registered Nurse License or a Multi-state Nursing License from a participating state in the NLC (Nurse Licensure Compact).
  • American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider (BLS) or an AHA approved equivalent is required.
  • American Heart Association (AHA) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) is required.
Other information:
  • Demonstration of leadership activities in previous roles.
  • Analytical skills necessary to observe nursing practices to assure adherence to policy.
  • Interpersonal skills necessary to communicate effectively with medical staff, nurse managers, and other hospital departments.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer who values and maintains an environment that attracts, recruits, engages and retains a diverse workforce. As a federal contractor/subcontractor, we take affirmative action in employment based on race, sex, disability and status as a protected veteran. We welcome protected veterans to share their priority consideration status with us at 262-###-####. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing

Associated topics: cardiologist, cardiology, cardiothoracic, cardiovascular, chf, congestive, electrophysiology, failure, invasive, non invasive