Employee Training - Baystate Health
Category(s): Education, Employee Training
Full Time / Part Time: Full-Time
The Clinical Education Coordinator is an RN with a talent for teaching and engaging with staff to advance staff knowledge and proficiency in clinical practice. The Clinical Education Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Nursing Outcomes and collaborates with educators to define clinical staff performance goals which support major short and long-term divisional and organizational initiatives.
Through this collaboration, the Clinical Education Coordinator supports the implementation of Nursing care delivery to meet practice and compliance standards. The scope of responsibility and accountability for the Clinical Education Coordinator role continuously evolves to meet the demands of the practice and regulatory environment. The strategic goals of the organization are a guide for the Clinical Education Coordinator’s priorities and goals. The Clinical Education Coordinator assumes a variety of roles including: educator/facilitator, educator/orienter, change agent/team member, consultant, leader/communicator, collaborator/advisor/mentor.
As health care is in a constant state of evolution, the Clinical Education Coordinator plays a pivotal role in helping the organization and the staff they serve to adapt to the demands of these changes. The Clinical Education Coordinator must remain flexible and maintain a focus toward the future. He/she must to be proactive in leading change rather that reacting to emerging trends (such as workforce issues, clinical practice changes, professional development practice changes, and organizational changes).
- Systematically assesses and supports the quality and effectiveness of nursing practice by providing observation and just in time training as needed.
- Maintains current knowledge and competency in nursing and professional development practice and achieves professional development as needed to model the way for staff.
- Supports the assessment and design of educational plans; implements, and evaluates educational programs and projects (orientations, continuing education, competencies, and in-services) for direct care providers.
- Evaluates his/her own practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, along with relevant statutes, rules and regulations.
- Establishes collegial partnerships contributing to the professional development of peers, students, colleagues, and others.
- Collaborates with inter-professional teams, leaders, stakeholders and others to accomplish positive clinical and educational outcomes.
- Integrates ethics in all areas of practice.
- Becomes competent with all new equipment in their assigned area and assure staff are trained, as as Best Practice and Evidence.
- Integrates findings of current practice literature and regulatory updates into practice signed
- Considers factors related to safety, effectiveness and cost in regard to educational activities and expected outcomes.
- Assists educators in staff development plans and development of critical process education.
- Use Process Improvement data to educate staff on safety, quality, patient experience and value.
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Bachelor of Science (Required), Master of Science
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Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.