In this role, the selected candidate will experience in management of projects and adult learners to include: Curriculum development, evaluation of personnel and interpretation and utilization of evidence based practice.
The Clinical Nurse Specialist role in the Southern California Region is a clinical manager who partners with the operational manager to ensure that nursing staff delivers safe and effective care. The role is built around the five role sub-components as regulated by the California Board of Registered Nursing: Leadership, Consultation, Research, Education, and Clinical Practice.
Provides in-depth clinical expertise in a defined area of nursing practice (eg., pediatrics, oncology, adult medicine). Develops and ensures quality standards for nursing practice for a specific patient population. Provides advanced clinical practice education, consultation, research and administration.
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting the established philosophy and framework of Nursing Services and Nursing Education, and promoting the delivery of safe, appropriate and cost effective nursing care.
In this position, you will be made within the next several months. Should the determination be made that the position does belong in the CNA Bargaining Unit, the incumbents shall have the option to convert to bargaining unit status if his or her position is deemed to be bargaining unit work as a result of this review.