Based on 649 responses, the job of Clinical Nurse Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.07 out of 5. On average, Clinical Nurse Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Clinical Nurse Manager?
"Ever changing, fast pased."
Clinical Nurse Manager in St. Joseph:
Pros: The patients I care for.
Cons: I do not have muc influence on policy within my large organization.
Clinical Nurse Manager in Meridian:
Pros: Small town, good relationships with patients and doctors
Cons: Little continuing education classes
Clinical Nurse Manager:
Pros: I love that I can work with special needs children to make their lives beneficial and meaningful by training nurses on how to care for these precious kids. I get to work with many talented, experienced nurses that show true dedication and affection for special needs children and their families, even if the diagnosis is not compatable with life. I have learned so much and hope to continue working with them for a long time.
Cons: I have a physical issue that is exacerbated by the many hours of driving that I must do for my job.
"I have lived in Ottawa a long time. I need a chane."
Clinical Nurse Manager in Ottawa:
Pros: My family is in Ottawa
Cons: The people are stepping on each other to get ahead. Very superficial.
"Demanding yet rewarding."
Clinical Nurse Manager in Lansdale:
Clinical Nurse Manager in Centurion:
Pros: Can function independantly and improvise
Cons: Not paid when I am off
Clinical Nurse Manager in Columbia:
Pros: The area