Under the general supervision of the Ambulatory Chief Nursing Officer, UCLA Health System, the Sexual Violence Sexual Harassment (SVSH) Project Director will be responsible for oversight of the SVSH Initiative for UCLA Health Entities and for leading cultural transformation related to SVSH, as work to establish new cultural norms. The Health System SVSH Project Director is responsible for managing, facilitating, guiding and supporting Health System SVSH improvement projects and managing and analytical support for ongoing projects and analyses. Uses knowledge of Lean techniques and other operational improvement methodologies/tools to identify opportunities for improvement.
Responsible to ensure all University of California Special Report Committee’s recommendations are acted upon and enculturated. Accountable for project management, complex analyses, and development of organizational policies, procedures, practices, and cost-benefit studies related to SVSH. Also, developing and facilitating health system SVSH improvement projects and tracking progress of SVSH across the Health System to achieve departmental and system goals. Improvement and analytical initiatives will be defined by Health System SVSH Project Director.
Major duties include performance improvement directing, managing statistics and reports, developing standard work and facilitating improvement teams.
Master’s, MSN/MHA/MPH/ MBA –Required
3 – 5 years in health care – Required
Prior knowledge of Sexual Violence Sexual Harassment prevention – Preferred
Advanced project management skills including Process Management, Project Initiation, Project Planning, Critical Thinking and Organizing.
Demonstrates a leadership style that builds and maintains a climate of trust and inspires commitment from others to achieve organizational goals
Ability to recognize and deal appropriately with sensitive and confidential issues.
Skill in analyzing information and making recommendations.
Demonstrate strong interpersonal and organizational skills to interact courteously and effectively with physicians, university officials, patients, and staff members.
Excellent typing and computer skills and knowledge of a variety of software programs, including advanced Microsoft Office, databases such as Access, IBM compatible software and applications, network applications and EMPAC system, on-line processing and Web page updating.
Ability to speak on a one-to-one and group basis using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to transmit and obtain information in both formal and informal setting
Writing and editing skills to prepare grammatically routine business correspondence such as informal letters, memoranda, and notification letters.
Skill establishing priorities to complete work in a timely manner despite changes in workload or assignment, pressure of deadlines, or competing requirements.
Skill in working independently and following through on assignments with minimal or no supervision.
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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