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Manager, (Nursing Excellence) Magnet Program

University of California - Los Angeles Health
United States, California, Los Angeles
Jun 21, 2024

The Manager,MagnetProgramassists the Executive Director, Nursing Practice, Education and Research, Center for Nursing Excellence in managing the resources to support nursing excellence and the UCLA Health Magnet program. Focus is on the achievement of organizational goals related to nursing excellence and Magnet designation. TheMagnet ProgramManager serves as the Magnet Program Manager (MPM) at UCLA Health, collaborates with the executive leadership and oversees the Magnet program team members within the Center and at UCLA Health facilities. The Manager leads and collaborates with nursing and inter-professional colleagues in the Magnet designation processes and related performance improvement activities. The Manager serves as an internal expert on Magnet standards and requirements and leads the organizational efforts to engage nurses in the structures and processes to achieve and demonstrate nursing excellence.

Salary range: $105,200- $250,600/annually



  • RN License
  • Bachelors and Masters Degree required, one of which must be in Nursing
  • 3 years acute care or management experience
  • Knowledge of Magnet requirements and elements of nursing excellence. Demonstrated knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements, as well as related legislative, accreditation, licensing and compliance environments
  • Ability to manage structures and processes to achieve Magnet designation and system alignment
  • Demonstrated healthcare management skills, with progressive expertise in quality and process improvement methodologies, analysis, and data management
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational and project management skills
  • Strong computer skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher
  • Ability to inform, educate, motivate and inspire others
  • Strong critical-thinking and problem solving skills, with the ability to quickly identify problems and implement solutions
  • Proven ability to organize, manage multiple priorities, meet deadlines, and assign work efficiently


  • Nursing Professional Leadership certification (i.e., ANCC or AONL) preferred
  • Knowledge of UCLA Health and Professional Standards
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