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Program Director, Magnet Recognition Program

University of Southern California

This is a Contract position in San Francisco, CA posted August 14, 2021.

This position works closely with leadership and staff in executing the Magnet Recognition Program® initiatives.

Is responsible for system –wide responsibility for coordinating and submitting applications, interim monitoring reports, and Magnet documents (initial and re-designation) based on the Magnet criteria for all hospitals in the system.

Develops and implements organizational strategies and infrastructure to support clinical quality, operational effectiveness, and shared leadership which are all essential to the Magnet Program®.

Acts as a liaison with all departments within the organization to promote nursing excellence and to further the Magnet philosophy.

Minimum Education:
• Graduate of a state approved School of Registered Nursing.

• Bachelor degree in Nursing required.

• Master degree required
• Doctorate degree (preferred).

Minimum Experience/Knowledge:
• A minimum of 5 years acute care nursing care experience.

• Successfully completed documents to achieve Magnet designation.

(preferred)
• Strong written and verbal communication skills that will be used to synthesize information evaluate results and prepare interim reports and the Magent re-designation document.

• Project Management experience and ability to manage timelines effectively.

• Demonstrates leadership and ability to motivate others through change.

• Demonstrates ability to effectively collaborate with in order to problem solve with colleagues.

• Demonstrates ability to utilize effective, appropriate and diplomatic oral and written communication skills.

• Demonstrates ability to work independently with minimal direction and supervision.

• Proficiency with Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, Access and Excel required for data gathering, analysis and presentation preparation.

• Ability to utilize research data and quality data for improvement of patient-care practices.

Required License/Certification:
• Valid California Registered Nurse License.

• Professional certification required within 2yrs of hire.

• Current Basic Life Support training.

• Fire and Safety Certification.

If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintain renewal before expiration date.