If you are a Pediatric Nurse
Practitioner with experience in the growing field of nursing forensics, this is
an opportunity for you to consider. A
leading childrens hospital in the Southwestern U.S. is looking for a Pediatric
Nurse Practitioner for their Forensics Department. The PNP in Forensics will use their
education, skills and experience to provide care for children who are victims
of assault, abuse or neglect. Using their
specialized training in dealing with children and trauma, they not only provide
comfort to victims, but they gather fragile evidence and data that can be vital
to a case. The PNP in Forensics is a
child advocate with a deep understanding of child development who can provide
not only the physical but the emotional support their young patients need.
This 345 bed world-class teaching
facility has recently completed a $538 million multi-phase expansion that is an
oasis of hope, healing and health care for seriously ill children and their
families in a kid friendly environment.
The new 11 story tower will enable the hospital to provide the essential
pediatric medical services that their growing community will need in the years
to come. This opportunity is a
full-time, days position with competitive compensation and benefits as well as
opportunities and encouragement for professional and personal development. Located in the Southwestern U.S. with year
round friendly temperatures, this growing city is a great place to live with
opportunities to enjoy year-round outdoor activities, parks, museums, music,
arts and professional sports teams.
For more information please contact Melnic Consulting Group, Jill
Gilliland at email@example.com or
(800) 886-7906. Thank you.
required; current State of Arizona certification as a Nurse Practitioner or the
appropriate State of Arizona license prior to hire, required; one year of
technical training or additional skills training for licensure/certification to
perform advanced clinical responsibilities, required; two years of pediatric
nursing experience in child abuse and neglect, required; current BLS
certification from the American Heart Association, required; acute care
certification within 18 months of hire, required.
Melnic Consulting Group - 13 months ago
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