I recently switched my MSN major to Nursing Executive Leadership. Switched from FNP because... well, to be honest, I became pretty disillusioned with the FNP role halfway into the program. Grades were great (3.8 GPA) but I just hated it.Anyway, as I'm transitioning into the leadership/management route, I'm looking for opportunities to get my feet wet. I actually had a great job at my system's corporate office as a quality improvement informatics analyst, but they cut the position (along with 119 others) a month into the job. So, that didn't quite work out.My current position is a leadership role in my department -- fortunately, I was able to keep my old job after losing the informatics job. The role is non-managerial, however. I essentially do some education and QI functions in my department, but nothing to do with the administrative side.There is now an opening for an Office Manager at one of my system's medium-sized practices (9 providers). This position is purely non-clinical -- it only deals with the financial and administrative functions of the office. Is this something I should even consider, or is it a waste of time? My 5-year goal is to get into a clinical director-level position, preferably in a hospital. Also, any idea as to whether or not the pay would be comparable to hospital RN pay?