Loma Linda University Health remains deeply committed to the safety of our employees and community. Given the continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to temporarily postpone a large majority of active recruitment and hiring efforts as we continue to evaluate our future needs. Please continue to check back with us to view our current openings.

Key Dates

Not available for 2020


The Nurse Leadership Residency Program at Loma Linda University Health (LLUH) is a two-year program designed for the clinical nurse to participate in a high-impact leadership developmental program preparing them for a leadership position at the completion of the program. The program consists of a series of scheduled rotations with experienced and successful LLUH administrative and nurse executive leaders to provide a unique and blended experience in which participants will develop and expand leadership skills and competencies. Areas of focus include, but are not limited to: servant leadership, strategic thinking, communication, systems viewpoint, influence, change management, healthcare finance, human resource management, shared governance, diversity awareness, quality and safety, workforce engagement, project management, personal and professional accountability, results orientation and professional practice development. Maintains strict confidentiality of information to which they will become aware of or have access.  Performs other duties as needed.Applicants must have a minimum of three years acute care bedside nursing experience, a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN), current RN license, and be willing to enroll full-time in a Master's or Doctoral Nursing Program during the two-year residency. Benefits include: full-time salary, competitive health benefits, and education  assistance.

Application Requirements

All additional application requirements must be uploaded as one attached PDF to the application or emailed as a PDF document to mrbi@llu.edu.

  • Cover Letter (addressed to program selection committee) and Resume
  • Personal Statement - One-page summary of professional goals within healthcare or higher education, specifying areas of interest and reason for pursuing program at Loma Linda University Health. Applicants should also describe their interest in healthcare administration leadership and outline specific contributions he/she would make to the organization.
  • Three Letters of Recommendation (one academic, one professional, one pastoral character reference)
  • Undergraduate and/or graduate school transcript.

Applications are typically accepted from September thru early November. If we are actively recruiting, applications will appear on careers.llu.edu.

If you have questions, please email mrbi@llu.edu or call at 909-651-4001.