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Magnet Program Director

Job Duties

Leading the Magnet Program across the UCLA Health care continuum provides the opportunity to support ongoing nursing excellence at recently redesignated Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and Mattel Children's Hospital. In addition, you will facilitate successful Magnet journeys at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center and Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital. You will inspire and engage nurses across all UCLA Health practice settings as they demonstrate how nursing practice makes a difference in patient and organizational outcomes. You will coordinate the efforts of a health system team to assure that all requirements of the ANCC Magnet Recognition Program are met, including successful document preparation and submission, site visit readiness and interim reporting. You will be a key resource for educating and mentoring nurses as they develop to their full potential in alignment with Magnet standards.

Job Qualifications

BSN required. MSN preferred. Minimum 3-5 years recent nursing experience. Knowledge of Magnet standards and experience in a Magnet organization preferred. Strong organizational and project management skills, effective communication and public relations skills, excellent writing skills, exceptional presentation skills, strong computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher; innovative and creative; able to motivate, inspire and develop others, capable of juggling priorities, multi-tasking, and meeting or exceeding goals within identified timeframes.

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Summary Information

  • Job Title: Magnet Program Director
  • UCLA Title: Admin Nurse 4
  • Job Num.: H81029
  • Work Hours: M-F
  • Work Location: Wilshire Center
  • Job Type: Career
  • Duration: Indefinite
  • Minimum Salary: $39.27 / $6834
  • Maximum Salary: $76.63 / $13333
  • Layoff Referral Deadline: 
  • Bargaining Unit: 99

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