Aspire higher and inspire greatness in others.
UCLA Health System offers a wide range of challenging opportunities for Nurse Managers and Unit Directors. Through your professional expertise and transformational leadership, you set the standard for our commitment to care. You help to ensure that each patient’s dignity and humanity is protected at every point of care. You create the environment that inspires our nursing teams to provide the best experience with every patient, every encounter, every time.
Functions are in the areas of management, clinical and leadership responsibilities. Management responsibilities include assessment, planning and evaluating unit staffing, nursing care and unit management. Operate within budgeted parameters for staffing, and supplies. Monitor established standards for the environment for patient care and safety. Intervene during crisis situations as necessary. Counsel and teach all nursing staff as necessary. Interpret University Medical Center and Departmental policies and procedures. Foster and promote open communications. Represent the Nursing Service/Assistant Director for the division in her absence. Clinical responsibilities include serving as a role model, rounds, assisting staff in the administration of nursing care if necessary. Coordinates inter and intra-departmental activities related to the clinical expertise. Leadership responsibilities include demonstrated commitment to the organization; act as a resource for patient care staff, other health team members and staff coordinators. Collaborate with other ANIVs to ensure needs of the total service are met. Assume other duties as necessary. These may include but not be limited to admissions, discharges, transfers; staff, patient and visitor problems; dealing with the press, and serving on committees.
As a valued full-time member of our staff, you’ll enjoy outstanding benefits, including health, dental and vision plans that begin on your first day and a retirement plan that is one of the best in the nation. You will also receive 13 paid holidays and 15 vacation days beginning your first year. Relocation assistance is available for those who qualify.
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REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing and current, active California R.N. BSN required and MSN strongly preferred. Knowledge of principles and practices of patient care related to area of expertise. Knowledge of management principles and practices. Knowledge of the principles of sound fiscal management. Ability to counsel and teach. Competency in speaking English clearly and distinctly using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to obtain and convey information to individuals at various levels of the organization. Ability to organize workload, set priorities which reflect the relative importance of the job responsibilities. Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, patients, and families. Ability to write concisely and maintain written communications. Working knowledge of University, Medical Center and Departmental policies and procedures. Ability to support institutional standards and operations systems.