UCLA Health Nurse Manager - Connie Frank Kidney Transplant Center in Los Angeles, California
Provide vital support to a world-class organ
transplant program. Experience unmatched professional challenge and growth. At
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0px"In this vital role, you will be responsible for the clinical
and day to day operations of the clinic. The nurse manager provides
leadership and direct supervision, monitoring, and evaluation of the clinical
and administrative clinic staff. Responsible for coordination of clinical
services for the staff, adherence to personnel policies and procedures. The
Nurse Manager provides continuous quality improvement for the clinic and
creates a culture of teamwork to ensure successful and efficient daily
operations, interdisciplinary collaborations, and the timely achievement of
departmental and University objectives.
Reports directly to the Clinic Manager and Director of
Transplant Services. Overall job performance is evaluated jointly by the Clinic
Manager and Director of Transplant Services.
Please review qualifications tab.
BSN - Required
MSN - Preferred.
CA RN License Required.
BLS - Required
ACLS required within six months of employment -Required
Two-year previous charge RN or management experience - Required
Critical Care experience - Preferred
Ambulatory clinic experience - Preferred
Knowledge of Kidney Transplantation and/or End-Stage Renal Disease patient population - Preferred
Ability to supervise and provide leadership and direction to the clinical staff in accordance with organizations and departmental goals and objectives.
Ability to provide a leadership style that demonstrates principles of time management, conflict resolution, problem-solving and delegation.
Ability to apply a broad knowledge base to act effectively to coordinate and assess patient care and act as a liaison with nursing staff, outside agencies, team physicians, referring physicians, patient and family. Ability to represent the Medical Center in site visits and review by managed care, insurance groups, and regulatory entities. Required
Excellent organizational skills, proficiency in meeting deadlines, ability to work independently and prioritize workload. Ability to manage numerous concurrent tasks in a high stress environment and deal with change.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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