Childrens Hospital of The King's Daughters Education Coordinator - Transport in Norfolk, Virginia
The Education Coordinator facilitates, instructs and evaluates educational programs in support of professional growth, maintaining competence and compliance with regulatory & policy changes. Reports to departmental leadership.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Works collaboratively with the management team and division education department in identifying educational and/or learning needs of the assigned area(s).
Maintains and ensures appropriate documentation for learning episodes or educational processes.
Assists in the orientation process and program for staff.
Continuously evaluates and modifies educational processes to meet the needs of the learner and organization.
Utilizes the principles of adult learning, cultural diversity and learning styles in planning educational opportunities.
Plans, provides, and monitors individualized nursing care in response to specific patient needs within a defined scope of practice.
Provides developmentally appropriate psychosocial and clinical care respective to the assigned patient population.
Assists the leadership team in acquiring and maintaining CAMT accreditation.
Performs other duties as assigned.
LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS
Current Virginia state license as a Registered Nurse or Registered Nurse holding a valid Compact State license, Licensed Respiratory Care Practitioner with RRT designation from the National Board of Respiratory Care, or Paramedic with current certification in the state of Virginia as an EMT-P with technical proficiency and experience in providing pre-hospital Advance Life Support measures.
CPR Training required and/or must be obtained within 45 days of hire.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
Bachelors of Science in a related Healthcare field required.
Professional knowledge of nursing theory and practice.
Technical and professional knowledge and skills for clinical operations of relevant area, usually acquired through 3 to 5 years of progressive more responsible clinical experience required.
Pediatric experience preferred.
Knowledge of and ability to utilize Microsoft Office applications.
PALS, ACLS and NRP training required.
Must meet the insurability policy requirements to drive a CHKD vehicle.
Must be able to pass the CHKD driving test within 30 days of employment.
Must provide record of a completed diploma (or equivalent) or academic transcript for those areas performing complexity testing.
Expected to work in a patient care environment with minimal exposure to environmental hazards such as, but not limited to, excessive noise, dust, or extremes in temperatures. Exposure to communicable diseases and moderately adverse working conditions due to the need to perform certain patient care activities can be expected.
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The ability to walk, stand, lift, position and transport patients and equipment.