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To provide education and administrative support for unit operations under the supervision of Manager or above and ensure
effective and efficient implementation of the various key educational processes at the unit level. Also, assists in the
implementation of designated centralized components of the key educational processes.
Ensures the design, implementation and evaluation of a cost effective unit-based orientation
process that focuses on knowledge, skills and relationships
Coordinates/Conducts required training to close performance gaps in knowledge and skills
Implements a unit-based plan for advancing competence of staff on all shifts that results in
Assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, evaluates, and documents patient care
Orients and develops preceptors
Coordinates the annual assessment and validation of priority high-risk skills
Coordinates the unit-based clinical experience for students
Participates in the Quality Outcomes Program and/or unit-based quality initiatives for the
purpose of educating staff and monitoring clinical outcomes that demonstrate nursing excellence.
Provides administrative support for unit-based operations