Director - Magnet Program Development
Company: Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
Posted on: May 3, 2021
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In collaboration with clinical and administrative leadership, the
Magnet Program Director assumes organization-wide responsibility
for the Magnet Program and implementation of creative systems,
processes, shared decision making and clinical practices that
improve patient care delivery. Responsibilities include ensuring
the Magnet Program framework and essential domains are enculturated
and hardwired into the organization through coordination, education
and consultation with leadership. Coordinates all aspects of the
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet application,
annual reports and re-designation process.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES including but not limited
Magnet Achievement and Communication
1. Conducts gap analysis for evidence of the Magnet Model
components and works closely with leadership to formulate plans to
close the gaps in performance.
2. Coordinates and facilitates Magnet Councils.
3. Coordinates efforts to achieve and maintain Magnet Hospital
4. Assists and oversees the process of preparing the nursing staff,
physicians, and others as appropriate for the site visit and award
phases of the Magnet Recognition Process.
5. Encourages staff participation in professional activities,
classes, education, and training to foster professional development
6. Communicates Magnet information through multi-media such as, but
not limited to, one-on-one, group interactions, workshops,
presentations, written documents, meetings, signs, posters,
bulletin boards, e-mail etc.
7. Coordinates Magnet events such as, but not limited to fairs,
celebrations, and educational sessions.
8. In collaboration with leadership staff, identifies the
unit/department-based "Magnet Champions" and facilitates their
orientation and ongoing efforts at the unit/department level,
including the development and implementation of the orientation
9. Provides ongoing administrative consultation and leadership for
all staff with regard to activities that reflect Magnet themes
through professional nursing excellence.
10. Represents the Organization in promoting Magnet Achievement
11. Coordinates the site survey process and site visits.
1. Responsible for fostering innovation and excellence in
2. Advances professional nursing practice by providing
administrative direction to strengthen and sustain the shared
3. Assists in the development of evidence-based policies,
procedures and protocols related to nursing throughout the
4. Responsible for managing review and revision of Magnet Related
nursing policies, and assuring the quality of content and
5. Collaborates with interdisciplinary clinical and administrative
leadership, including direct-care nurses and physicians, to ensure
that Magnet accepted standards and applicable statutes are
reflected in policies that impact patient care and nursing
6. Serves as a mentor for policy development and revision to the
shared governance councils.
7. Coordinates and supports other activities related to
professional nursing practice and care innovation as assigned by
the Chief Nursing Officer.
Magnet Quality and Documentation
1. Manages performance requirements on an ongoing basis and
2. Designs or participates in PI processes specific to systems and
maintains oversight of the collecting and analyzing of PI data as
it relates to NDNQI data.
3. Designs and produces reports and trend graphs as required.
4. Completes all ANCC required documents for application and
submission of annual documentation.
5. Coordinates and oversees the process for submitting, reviewing,
and editing the documentation regarding nursing excellence,
organizational culture and commitment to quality, safety stories
and exhibits required for the documentation phase of the
6. Completes all interim reports for ANCC.
7. Reviews the ANCC website for updates and notifications
8. Partners with all nurse leaders to ensure focus on exemplary
professional practice, quality, safety and patient care
9. Provides direction and supervision to the Quality and Business
Analysts associated with the Nursing departments.
Master's degree in nursing, healthcare administration or similar
required. Doctorate degree preferred. .
- RN license in the state of California
- (2) two years of clinical nursing experience, preferably in a
- (1) Year experience in Magnet Program Coordination or previous
Program Management experience.
- At least (3) three years of experience in management or an
administrative role required.
C. Special Skills/Knowledge
- Current BLS from AHA
- Project Management
- Strong leadership, communication, and change management skills
- Computer proficiency required .
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