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UCLA Health Systems

Antibiotic Stewardship Program Manager



Full Time

On Site


Los Angeles, California, United States


Under the direct
supervision of the Director of Clinical Epidemiology & Infection Prevention
(CEIP), the Program Manager will be responsible for strategizing, implementing,
and ensuring ongoing execution of hand hygiene and antibiotic stewardship
initiatives across UCLA Health. The Program Manager will be supported by their
direct supervisor in addition to the Medical Directors of Infection Prevention
and Antibiotic Stewardship, Associate Medical Director of Infection Prevention,
and will proactively work to ensure alignment to the organization's goals and specific

In collaboration
with the Director of CEIP and other key stakeholders, the Program Manager will
develop assessment protocols for evaluation, measurement, and improvement of
the program. The incumbent will coordinate with the
Director to ensure that analytics and reporting requests driven from the departments
are completed within the agreed upon timeline. The program management team is
charged with driving UCLA Health towards high reliability and zero harm and
will collaborate directly with clinicians and staff delivering care. The
program manager's primary responsibilities will be to ensure that hand hygiene
and related CEIP goals are operationalized and sustained at the department
level for contributions to the organization's progress towards high
reliability. Uses knowledge of Lean techniques and other
operational improvement methodologies/tools to identify opportunities for

Major duties include performance improvement facilitation, managing
statistics and reports, developing standard work, and leading improvement
teams. We are looking for a self-starter, team oriented individual with strong communication and project management skills.


Bachelor's degree required, Masters degree (MBA, MHA, MPH, MHSA,
or related graduate degree) is strongly desired
have at least three years of managing increasingly complex projects or
scopes of work; project management in a healthcare environment may be
knowledge of data management, analysis, research, reporting, and documentation
methods, with the ability to contribute to reports and presentations.
leadership, detail oriented, with proven facilitation and organizational skills
and the ability to effectively manage time, prioritize tasks, and see projects through
to completion prior to deadline.
to work effectively and efficiently toward goals in a complex, diverse
environment with multiple and changing demands.
knowledge of change management principles.
have evidenced experiences utilizing lean principles, process improvement,
and/or other organizational process improvement knowledge.
interpersonal skills, with the ability to develop positive working
relationships with employees, and outside personnel.
skills in written and verbal communications, with the ability to collaborate
productively in a team environment with all levels of internal and external
personnel and to convey information in a clear, concise manner.

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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