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We are looking for and Education Coordinator - Adult Congenital Heart Disease -- 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.
• Designs, implements and evaluates on an annual basis, a cost-effective unit-based orientation pathway for each job as measured by feedback from leadership team.
• Individualizes the unit-based orientation pathways to meet the specific learning needs of staff, as measured by feedback from orientees, preceptors, and leadership team.
• Creates and maintains orientation schedules and accurately inputs preceptor and orientee schedules.
• Calculates monthly orientation hours.
• Ensures that appropriate communication has occurred regarding orientation schedules, as measured by feedback from orientees, preceptors, and leadership team.
• Acts as a role model in building supportive and collaborative work relationships with new employees, as measured by feedback from staff, orientee, preceptors, and leadership team.
• Teaches, facilitates, or develops staff designees to participate in 32-36 hours of centralized courses/centralized planning activity annually, as measured by Nursing Professional Development reports.
• Uses organizational policies and procedures, unit-specific performance improvement data and accrediting and regulatory standards to determine performance gaps, as measured by leadership team feedback.
• Develops and/or implements required unit-specific training that assists in closure of performance gaps, as measured by leadership team feedback.
• Implements cost-effective development activities using a variety of interactive learning strategies that increase the competence of staff, as measured by feedback from staff and leadership team.
• Evaluates, documents, and reports outcomes of development activities, as measured by feedback from leadership team and NURSING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
• Provides staff with individualized performance feedback on development activities, as measured by feedback from staff and leadership team.
• Provides feedback to manager and/or AD on staff performance as a means to support the validation of competencies, high risk skills, and/or ongoing elements pertinent to the delivery of safe patient care, as measured by documentation and/or supervisor feedback.
• Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
• 2yrs clinical nursing experience
• 1yr precepting/ education experience
• BLS (Basic Life Support)