The Special Kids campus is now looking to fill one of their most critical leadership positions, the non-profit is searching to hire a new "nurse manager" to oversee the nursing program. Having served 15 years in the role, Stephanie Gannar will officially resign from the position effective April 21, 2021.
"I would not be who I am today with my experience at Special Kids," shares Gannar. "In my time here I've learned how to love like Jesus, grieve deep losses, treat people with honor, make difficult decisions, abandon fear, maneuver uncomfortable conversations, and hear the voice of God. These pivotal lessons will eternally bear fruit in my life and for that, I will always be grateful."
The soon-vacant position bears an incredible significance to the day-to-day operations of the Special Kids campus. Housed in the original building constructed in 1998 at the start of the Special Kids mission, the role oversees a program dedicated to children deemed "medically fragile" by a physician that require in-depth, hands-on care.
Applicants for the position must carry an MSN, BSN, NP license, and have at least five years in a leadership role within a healthcare setting. More information about the expectations and duties expected within the position can be found using the link below, where any and all interested candidates can apply.