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Under the direction of the Director of Nursing Education and Research, is responsible for the orientation, staff development activities, and assigned educational programs for all levels of nursing staff.
Major Tasks, Duties, and Responsibilities:
- Plans, organizes, revises, conducts and evaluates didactic and clinical orientation for new nursing staff; supervises clinical experience of nurses during orientation period; makes recommendations for follow-up orientation when appropriate.
- Develops as implemented, and evaluates a system wide educational program based on recommendations from system CNE and CNO council.
- Encourages/assists nursing personnel in attending internal/external educational activities; maintains attendance records for programs.
- Demonstrates creative writing ability.
- Coordinates system educational program classes, and conferences.
- Maintains educational records of programs presented/attended; submits reports in timely manner.
- Participates in the evaluation of nursing practice and makes recommendations for development/revision of nursing standards.
- Attends conferences and workshops to maintain professional competence.
- Serves on system nursing/hospital committee as assigned.
- Possesses strong computer expertise and ability to educate computer users.
- Participates in nursing research activities and special projects related to nursing practice and encourages staff involvement.
- Participates in accreditation and PI activities
- Participates in value analysis of system.
- Provides age appropriate care to the following patients: young adult, middle age adult, and geriatrics.
- Other projects as assigned
1. Licensed and currently registered to practice as a professional nurse in New York State, plus (2) or (3), below.
2. Masters Degree in Nursing Administration, Education, Clinical Specialty or equivalent field and five years of satisfactory nursing experience, of which three years shall have been in a supervisory or teaching capacity; or a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing and six years of satisfactory nursing experience, four years of which shall have been in a supervisory or teaching capacity.
3. A satisfactory equivalent of education and experience. However, all candidates must be licensed and currently registered to practice as a Professional Nurse in New York State.