Clinical Educator: Telemetry PT40 Development and Support Services
Employment Type: Part-Time
Reporting to the Director, Clinical Development & Professional Practice, Nursing Service Admin, the Nursing Professional Development Generalist's practice is to support the provision of quality health care practice environments in alignment with the ANA Scope of Practice for Nursing Professional Development role. The NPDG provides staff development expertise as an educator, consultant, facilitator, change agent, leader, and researcher. The NPDG supports the development of the bedside nurse and clinical support staff, and fosters empowerment through knowledge to achieve excellence through the delivery of evidence-based nursing practice. This occurs through the facilitation of the educational process through assessment, development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of competency assessment, continuing education, and leadership development. In addition, as a role model of professional behavior, the NPDG is instrumental in creating a healthy, professional environment within his or her service line to meet the needs of the diverse units within the nursing division and the global needs of the medical center.
1. Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is required. Master of Science of Nursing (MSN) or other applicable master's degree is preferred.
2. Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of California is required.
3. Minimum of three to five years of specialty experience in the designated clinical area is required.
4. National certification in area of specialty within 18 months of hire is required.
5. Knowledge of adult learning principles and previous experience facilitating/coordinating/teaching education programs are required.
6. Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider CPR card is required.
7. Current American Heart Association (AHA) ACLS/NRP (where applicable) is required.
8. Excellent interpersonal communication skills, teaching abilities, problem solving and ability to navigate constant ambiguity and change are required.
9. National certification in Nursing Professional Development is preferred.
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