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Clin Nurse Specialist-Adult/Geriatric Psychiatry, Westwood, CA


UCLA Health

Nurse

Westwood, CA

January 29, 2019


Responsibilities

Become a key contributor to a world-renowned health system. Help deliver consistently exceptional nursing care. Take your clinical career in an exciting new direction. You can do all this and more at UCLA Health. Right now, we have an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) with a strong background in the five components that define this unique role - practitioner, educator, administrator/manager, consultant, and researcher. We're looking to you to deliver exceptional psychiatric care to an adult and geriatric population through your advanced theoretical and empirical knowledge and scientific approach to problem solving. You will establish standards for patient care and evaluate interventions to improve care in adult/geriatric psychiatry.

Qualifications

We're seeking a highly-skilled professional with: Current California RN license California CNS certificate Master's degree in nursing, National certification in adult/geriatric psychiatry, Experience developing, monitoring and implementing complex, comprehensive care plans. Ability to oversee and conduct clinical protocols and establish standards of care. Strong supervisory skills, including staff selection, mentoring, education and evaluation Experience conducting and utilizing research. UCLA Health is a world-renowned health system with four award-winning hospitals and dozens of primary care practices, specialty practices, urgent care centers and other ancillary locations throughout metro Los Angeles. Through the efforts of our outstanding people, we have become Los Angeles' trusted provider of exceptional, compassionate patient care. If you're looking to experience greater challenge and fulfillment in your career, you can at UCLA Health.

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