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Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist - Medical/Surgical

Anchorage, AK · Healthcare

Join the legacy of healthcare excellence in Alaska with our esteemed hospital. Since 1902, our institution has been at the forefront of medical services during the Gold Rush era, evolving into the state's premier healthcare provider and largest private employer. We are deeply committed to our mission of delivering compassionate care that is accessible to all, with a special focus on the poor and vulnerable. Become a part of our community of dedicated caregivers in Anchorage, Alaska, and continue the pioneering spirit that defines our history.


Job Overview:

We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Senior Clinical Nurse Specialist to join our Medical/Surgical team. This full-time role is pivotal in supporting, supervising, and evaluating new clinical staff during their initial period at our facility. The successful candidate will embody our values of excellence in nursing care, acting as a clinical resource, and fostering a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach to healthcare.



  • Up to $15,000 hiring bonus
  • Relocation assistance for eligible hires
  • Full-time position (40 hours weekly) with day shifts

Key Responsibilities:

  • Mentor and supervise new clinical staff during their first 90 to 180 days
  • Engage in nurse-patient, nurse-nurse, and nurse-system interactions
  • Facilitate multi-disciplinary collaboration in patient care within your specialty
  • Promote clinical standards of practice and establish competency standards
  • Serve as a clinical resource and conduct patient care consultations
  • Assess the impact of practices on patient outcomes using your extensive knowledge base

Required Qualifications:

  • Master's Degree from an accredited clinical nurse specialist program (CCNE or NLNAC)
  • Alaska Registered Nurse License upon hire
  • National Provider BLS - American Heart Association upon hire
  • Current certification in area of specialty (e.g., CEN, CCRN)
  • Minimum of 3 years Registered Nursing experience in the specialty area
  • At least 2 years of Clinical Leadership responsibility

Preferred Qualifications:

  • CNS certification in the specialty area upon hire

About Anchorage:

Anchorage combines the allure of the Alaskan wilderness with the amenities of a modern city. Residents enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, and wildlife viewing, alongside cultural experiences such as museums, dining, and theater. With its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant community, Anchorage offers an unparalleled lifestyle for those seeking adventure and professional fulfillment.

As recruiters, we are skilled in our field and understand how to match an opportunity with the individual. If you choose to send us your resume, be advised we will not share it with any employer without your permission. 

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Thank you,

Brian Hughes

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