Coordinator of Critical Care Education
Company: St. Luke's Duluth, MN
Posted on: December 1, 2019
Have you ever wanted to have a say on how new staff is trained in?
Do you want to impact a community by molding new nurses and working
with leadership at what was voted the #1 Best Medical Facility in
the Northland? Our Education Coordinator position may be a fit for
you! At St. Luke's, a healthcare system based in Duluth, Minnesota,
we serve three states and have retained our renowned
patient-centered focus. Our high-quality medical staff provides
state-of-the-art care in one of the most beautiful settings in the
United States. By joining our Education Department, you can expect
to positively impact patient care at St. Luke's.
- The Coordinator of Critical Care Staff Educator oversees the
orientation process for all new hires and transfers in conjunction
with the Managers, Clinical Supervisors and Staff Development
Facilitators, and Preceptors of each critical care area (including,
but not limited to: ICU, Cardiac Unit, Cath Lab, Radiology/
Procedure RNs, Critical Care Float Pool including CRNs, Respiratory
Care, ED). Assists in assessing the educational needs of the
Critical Care areas and facilitates annual needs assessment.
Provides leadership in developing, planning and implementing
education for critical care staff. Mentors and assists staff
development facilitators in assessing educational needs, developing
unit based nursing competencies, reviewing certification classes
and guiding employees through the self-registration process for
initial certification classes. Collaborates with Nursing Leadership
in the development of critical care policies/procedures,
implementation of new equipment, in-services and education.
- Education: Bachelor's Degree in related field.
- Experience: Three (3) years previous experience in critical
care nursing within past three (3) years.
- Licensure/Certification/Registration: Current Minnesota RN
license. BLS Certification with a designation of either BLS
Provider or Healthcare Provider from either the American Heart
Association or American Red Cross or Military Training Network.
Current provider status in one certification or must achieve
provider status in the following within eighteen (18) months of
hire: ACLS, PALS and TNCC.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of program planning, including needs assessment,
content development, budget and evaluation. Knowledge of the
learning process, specifically adult education. Knowledge of
teaching techniques and evidence of creativity. Knowledge of
current nursing practices and the health care industry. Knowledge
of critical care nursing. Knowledge of audiovisual equipment and
techniques. Ability to maintain and foster continuous professional
development and self-growth. Ability to develop and maintain open,
flexible working relationships with staff and the general public;
to manage time wisely, organize and set priorities, meet deadlines
and accept responsibilities; to develop, present and evaluate
educational programs; to positively represent Critical Care Nursing
within the Hospital and the community; to understand and follow
complex oral and written communications; to maintain records and
prepare reports in a continuous and annual basis.
For more information or to apply, please visit the full detailed
posting on our website at #/job/16583
St. Luke's has provided medical leadership since its founding as
the first hospital in Duluth in 1881. Duluth has been named the
best outdoor town in the United States, and we enjoy giving back to
our community every day by providing great quality patient
St. Luke's is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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