Totally agree with HouTX. NETWORK! Join committees, get to know people in other departments. Perhaps a procedural area would be a good next step for you? Not office, but something different anyway.
I just landed my first job away from bedside. I will be working in an office 8 hr days, salary, desk, computer. I have to beef up my non-scrubs
wardrobe lol and will be doing some serious shoe shopping this weekend for cute heels! AND I didn't even have to take a paycut..something I was for sure would come with leaving bedside.
How did I land the job? I made myself a resource. My manager knew it. I have been on committees, applying for certification in my specialty. She has handpicked me for dealing with difficult patients/families, for specialized ICU core float staff, etc over the past few years. When HER boss asked for recommendations for this new position, my name came up and she told me about the position and encouraged me to apply. All the things I've accomplished in the past few years be doing my "extras" were great topics on my resume and in my interview. I was able to show I went above and beyond my basic staff nurse duties. And as a member of the float pool, I don't get raises for these things (all float get the same pay) so it would have been easy for me to just "do my job" because there was no financial incentive for my review. But it has paid off for me in brownie points