To Apply

  • For experienced CRNAs, please attach your CV. We will request references later in the recruitment process.
  • For SRNAs/new graduates, please attach your CV, case logs, and letters of reference from any three of the following: a surgeon, your residency program director, an instructor, or an anesthesia provider experienced with your skills.
  • Include the completed questionnaire found on the Join NCAP page of our website.

About NCAP

Established in 1998, Northern Colorado Anesthesia Professionals (NCAP) is a locally owned, single-specialty anesthesia group practice serving world-class hospitals and surgery centers in beautiful Northern Colorado.  NCAP utilizes a medical supervision care team model, with physicians supervising multiple CRNAs in many of the facilities we serve.  We have 100+ providers (50% Anesthesiologists, 50% CRNAs) and work closely with all of our contracted facilities, clinically and administratively, to provide the best perioperative care in the region. It is expected that our CRNAs preform at a high level of self-sufficiency communicating regularly with the supervising physician. The supervising physician is immediately available to assist with any anesthesia-related questions or concerns NCAP supports CRNA practice and provides a great collegial, professional working environment between our Physician and CRNA providers. NCAP is looking for the best candidates from around the country to fill positions as we continue to expand our practice.

Qualifications, Skills and Abilities

  • Patient centered clinical provider focused on high quality outcomes
  • Graduate of a nurse anesthesia education program accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia or its predecessor
  • Current, unrestricted Colorado registered nurse license with current nurse anesthesia certification
  • Current BLS, ACLS and PALS
  • Current certification by NBCRNA
  • Individual must be credentialed at all locations where s/he provides anesthesia
  • Ability to perform with a high level of self-sufficiency in fast paced clinical environments
  • Team player, dedicated to care team model
  • Customer service oriented, for surgeons, facilities, and perioperative staff we serve
  • Interest in and ability to participate in continuous improvement projects, committees, leadership initiatives, etc.

Service Locations

Organized in two geographic “pods”; South (Lafayette, Louisville, Longmont) and North (Ft. Collins, Loveland, Greeley), NCAP is mindful to have its providers work predominately in their “home pod” which ensures more consistent engagement with facilities and limits time spent with travel.

All CRNAs will orient at Medical Center of the Rockies (MCR) in Loveland before being assigned to various facilities in their dedicated Pod.

In the North Pod, NCAP provides service in hospitals located in Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley, as well as ambulatory surgery centers in each community. Hospitals range from Level III to Level II trauma centers. Fast paced out-patient ambulatory centers are single and multi-specialty in focus. The case mix across all facilities includes general surgery, trauma, obstetrics, orthopedics, spine, neuro, GI, eyes, and EP lab. Hospital coverage requires a 30-minute response time and as a result most providers who call the North Pod home usually live in or around the communities of Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor, Johnstown, Timnath, Greeley, and Severance.

  • Locations specific to CRNA coverage include all UCHealth system hospitals in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley (May 2019). Ambulatory / Outpatient centers include Orthopedic, GI, General Surgery, and an Eye Center.
  • CRNAs place spinals, epidurals, arterial lines, central venous lines, and occasional other regional blocks
  • Most peripheral nerve blocks are placed by supervising physicians to expedite case flow
  • Cardiac or major vascular cases are covered by the physician heart team
  • Limited pediatric exposure throughout the Practice

In the south pod, NCAP works primarily with Longs Peak Hospital (Level III) in Longmont and Good Samaritan Medical Center (Level II) in Lafayette. Across all facilities, the primary case mix includes general surgery, Level II trauma, occasional thoracic and vascular, orthopedics, obstetrics, neuro and spine, GI, ENT, and EP lab. Hospital coverage requires 30-minute response time and providers who call the South Pod home usually live in or around the communities of Broomfield, Lafayette, and Longmont.

  • CRNAs place spinals, epidurals, arterial lines, central venous lines, and occasional other regional blocks
  • CRNAs do not preform cardiac or major vascular cases, as these cases are typically not preformed at the South facilities
  • South providers will occasionally cover MCR based on staffing needs.
  • Limited Pediatric exposure throughout the Practice

Benefits, Compensation, and Scheduling Options

Benefits

In addition to a competitive compensation program, NCAP provides a comprehensive benefit package including a high deductible medical plan with a health savings account, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD, an exceptional 401k retirement plan with a generous employer contribution, professional liability insurance, and a CME reimbursement program.

Compensation

For both North and South positions, compensation includes the same core components:

  • Base Pay
  • Production Incentives
  • Overnight / Pager Differentials
  • Performance Metrics

In the North Pod – Fort Collins, Loveland, and Greeley, Colorado:

Three options exist for employment in the North Pod. Not all options may be available at any given time.

Full-Time with Overnight Shifts

  • Scheduled work week ranging from 44-48 hours / week. MAX Availability 50 hours
  • 16-hour overnight in-house shifts (3p-7a) estimated at 3 per month, which count towards weekly hours
  • Remaining weekly shifts are based on scheduling needs (6, 8, 10, and 12-hour shifts) and are assigned 2 months in advance

Full-Time with Overnight Pager Coverage

  • Schedule work week ranging from 40-44 hours / week. Max Availability 50 hours
  • Backup pager position from 9p-7a estimated at 2 per month
  • Remaining weekly shifts are based on scheduling needs (6, 8, 10, 12-hour shifts) and are assigned 2 months in advance

0.8 FTE with Overnight Pager Coverage

  • Scheduled work week ranging from 30-36 hours / week. Max Availability 40 hours
  • Backup pager position from 9p-7a estimated at 2 per month
  • Remaining weekly shifts are based on scheduling needs (6, 8, 10, 12-hour shifts) and are assigned 2 months in advance

In the South Pod – Lafayette and Longmont, Colorado:

Two Options for employment in the South Pod. Not all options may be available at any given time.

Full time with Overnight Shifts and Pager Coverage

  • Scheduled work week ranging from 34-38 hours / week. Max Availability of 50 hours can happen related to pager coverage on the weekends.
  • 16-hour overnight in-house shifts (3p-7a) estimated at 2-3 per month, which count towards weekly hours
  • Overnight 12-hour pager coverage from home estimated at 2-3 per month. 30 min response time required.
  • Remaining weekly shifts are based on scheduling needs (6, 8, 10, 12-hour shifts) and are assigned 2 months in advance

0.8 FTE with Overnight Shifts and Pager Coverage

  • Scheduled work week ranging from 28 – 34 hours / week. Max Availability of 40 hours can happen related to pager coverage on the weekends.
  • 16-hour overnight in-house shifts (3p-7a) estimated at 2-3 per month, which count towards weekly hours
  • Overnight 12-hour pager coverage from home estimated at 2-3 per month. 30 min response time required.
  • Remaining weekly shifts are based on scheduling needs (6, 8, 10, 12-hour shifts) and are assigned 2 months in advance