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Charge Nurse Resume Examples & 20+ Job Description Tips

Charge Nurse Resume Examples & 20+ Job Description Tips

This guide will show you a charge nurse resume template you can copy, adjust, and use. Plus, pro tips on how to create a resume to land the best charge nurse jobs.

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As a nurse, you’re used to taking care of others. And being in charge means juggling a ton of responsibilities, day and night.

 

That definitely sounds like a superpower. Has anyone seen both you AND Batman at the same time?

 

I didn’t think so. 

 

Still, wouldn’t it be nice to have someone take care of you for a change?


If you’re considering changing lanes, we’ve got your back. 

 

Here’s a complete breakdown of everything you need for a great charge nurse resume—from comprehensive formatting tips to ways of best showcasing your skill range.

 

This guide will show you: 

 

  • A charge nurse resume example better than 9 out of 10 other resumes.
  • How to write a charge nurse resume that will land you more interviews.
  • Tips and examples of how to put skills and achievements on a charge nurse resume.
  • How to describe your experience on a resume for a charge nurse to get any job you want.

 

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Sample Charge Nurse Resume—See more resume templates here.

 

Charge Nurse Resume Sample

 

Sylvia Jean Taylor, BSN, RN

s.j.taylor@gmail.com

929-271-4150

 

Objective

 

Accomplished and professional charge nurse with 10+ years of experience in high patient turnover hospital units. Eager to support St. Peter’s Hospital with top-class organizational skills and provide the patients with compassionate nursing care. In previous roles successfully optimized staff efficiency and patient care by redesigning the charting system and developing education programs.

 

Work Experience

 

Charge Nurse
St. Jonn’s Hospital, New York City, NY

2013–

  • Planned and coordinated day-to-day administrative and operational functioning of a 25-bed MICU unit.
  • Supported the nurse manager in operating the unit by controlling the quality of service, cost-effectiveness, and patient safety.
  • Maintained documentation of medication administered and care as rendered.
  • Reviewed care plans on a daily basis to ensure appropriate care was provided to each patient’s needs.
  • Determined patient care assignments in accordance with patient’s requirements.

Key achievement:

  • Redesigned the charting system that increased staff efficiency by 50%.

 

Charge Nurse

Martin Hopkins Medical Center, New York, NY

2008–2013

  • Assessed, planned, implemented, and evaluated patient care plans.
  • Monitored, recorded, and communicated the patients’ condition as necessary using computerized documentation systems.
  • Supervised staff of 10 CNAs and LPNs, served as a role model and hired new staff members and interns.
  • Scheduled staff meetings, assigned duties, managed staff resources.

Key achievement:

  • Optimized patient care thanks to new nurse precepting and developing patient education programs.
  • Promoted to charge nurse after six months of employment.

 

Education

 

Bachelor of Science, Nursing

Binghamton University, New York, NY

2008

 

Licenses and Certifications

 

  • Registered Nurse—License #67508997
  • CPR
  • ACLS
  • PALS
  • PICC
  • PICU
  • MICU

 

Key Skills

 

  • Pain assessment using pain scales
  • Epidural Analgesia
  • IV Conscious Sedation
  • Patient controlled Analgesia (PCA)
  • Patient rights
  • Mentoring
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Problem-solving
  • Analytical skills
  • Medical software packages
  • MS Office

 

Languages

 

  • Spanish—Advanced

  

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Maciej Duszyński, CPRW
Maciej is a career expert and Certified Professional Resume Writer with a solid background in the education management industry. He's worked with people at all stages of their career paths: from interns to directors to C-suite members, he now helps you find your dream job.

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