Prestige Healthcare Senior Staff Development Coordinator in East Lansing, Michigan
Oversees the assessing, planning, organizing, implementing, evaluating and coordinating of the center Staff Development and Infection Control Program for more than one facility. Performs clinical tasks and assists in other departments.
- Graduate of accredited school of nursing, BS degree preferred.
- Licensed as a RN in state employed.
- Valid CPR teaching certificate, if applicable.
- Current with state Continuing Education (CE) Requirements.
- Infection Control Preventionist Certification
- Five years of nursing experience, of which 3 years’ was in a long term care environment.
- One year of experience as an instructor preferred.
Supervise and assist the SDC in each facility in the following areas:
- Ensures that employees receive compliance training and education necessary to perform their job responsibilities in accordance with Company Code of Conduct.
- Ensures that documentation for all training is completed in accordance with state, federal and compliance requirements.
- Monitors employee performance and takes necessary action for compliance issues.
- Develops and conducts an orientation program for new, rehired and contract employees.
- Manages Employee Health program.
- Provides hands-on clinical orientation and instruction to licensed and unlicensed personnel.
- Conducts or coordinates new employee job training, and CPR training.
- Assesses resident needs in relation to staff abilities and designs appropriate training programs.
- Working with the Director of Nursing (DNS), ensures clinical competency of nursing staff through observed skills evaluation, and conducts annual competency assessments for licensed nursing staff and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs).
- Assists in department budget preparation and contains expenditures within budget.
- Conducts and coordinates OSHA/Risk Management program with oversight of documentation requirements
- Ensures the educational curriculum in the center meets or exceeds state, federal and accreditation requirements.
- Plans and conducts state and federally required in-service programs.
- Conducts certification or traini8ng programs for Nursing Assistants.
- Performs other tasks as assigned.
- Knowledge of learning principles and training techniques.
- Skilled in developing and conducting training programs.
- Skilled in work assessment.
- Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family members, and at all levels of the organization.
- Knowledge of state and federal requirements for accreditation and certification.
- Possesses basic computer skills
- Ability to work with a culturally diverse resident and employee population.