Service Area Director, Clinical Education and Professional Practice
The Service Area Leader Clinical Education and Professional Practice is a Registered Nurse responsible for service area oversight of clinical and inter-professional education (with the exception of GME) related to physicians, nurses and nursing personnel, ancillary staff, and patients. This position also has oversight of service-area professional practice, including shared governance structures and processes as well as Magnet designation.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to service-area coordination of education related to professional certifications, simulation, clinical staff orientation, student placement, relationships with schools, and coordination of Magnet, and nursing research.
Providing services that facilitate learning and assure proficiency related clinical and interprofessional learning across the service and region, in collaboration with colleagues and the Executive Director, Education and Professional practice.
Using best practices for assessing learning needs, designing interventions, designing efficient training schedules, administering instructional activities, and evaluating proficiency. These best practices will include the most effective and efficient methodologies that respect the end-users time and learning style.
Developing and maintaining relationships with operations leaders so that all educational activities are planned jointly, are fully aligned with business needs, and are as cost-effective for operations as possible. This includes setting competency goals and aggressively seeking, evaluating, and implementing alternatives to traditional training activities.
Serving as a subject matter expert for developing trends and best practices in instructional design, learner support, and educational methods both inside and outside healthcare.
Consulting to and with decision-makers when new technologies are selected, and with vendors and third parties when these are implemented or installed, so that learning needs are realistically anticipated and efficiently met.
Responsible for education and training, performance-improvement resources across the designated service area.
Master's Degree in Nursing.
5 years of progressive experience in health care administration or management.
3 years of experience in education/training including demonstrated presentation skills.
Experience working as an internal or external consultant.
Project management experience.
Possess enterprising skills to frequently start up and carry out projects.
Evidence of leadership, critical problem-solving skills, teaching, prioritization, presentation, and decision-making skills.
Ph.D. in Nursing.
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