Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator

A prestigious non-profit Medical Center located in beautiful, warm and coastal Southern California is now searching to hire an ambitious Nurse Coordinator to lead their Trauma Program.
The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will work with a hospital that was recently named a Top Performer in Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission. The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will have access to new state-of-the-art facility that brings together technology and sophisticated design in a LEED-certified sustainable and seismically-safe building.
The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will report directly to the Nurse Director of Emergency and Trauma Department.  The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will be responsible for the overall planning, direction, administration, coordination, and supervision of the trauma service.
The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will be responsible for strategic direction and leadership for the ongoing effective operation of the Trauma program. The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will focus on program development, setting objectives, staff management, clinical, research, and outreach activities of assigned departments of responsibility within the Trauma Program.
The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator should have 5 years clinical nursing experience in a critical care area that cares for trauma patients i.e. ICU, ED and prior Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator experience for acute care hospitals.
The Trauma Program Nurse Coordinator will work in a regional Level II Trauma Center that has been providing care to the community for over 100 years and is now a part of a larger non profit health system, thus providing it with stability and the latest in technological resources.
In order to attract the highest caliber of talent, the hospital extends comprehensive benefits and generous compensation packages to its employees. With its prime location of the Greater Los Angeles area and a history of quality care, this hospital is offering the perfect opportunity to continue your career in Emergency Services. Apply now!

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