Clinical Coordinator - NICU
SUMMARY: Under the direction of the director and in collaboration with department leadership, this position serves as a consultant in the care of patients and is accountable for coordinating and promoting a continuous learning environment that supports ongoing clinical staff development. Responsibilities include leadership in identifying and reviewing nursing clinical practice and procedures, equipment and processes that will enhance clinical operations and patient care outcomes as well as determining learner needs, identification of educational outcomes, planning, implementation, and evaluation of competency. This position practices within the scope of the Nursing Practice act, and in accordance with Valley Children's Healthcare policies.
JOB REQUIREMENTS: College Degree - 4 year required. Masters Degree preferred. Either the Bachelor's or Master's Degree must be in Nursing. RN - Reg Nurse required. National Certification in area of specialty preferred. Minimum three (3) years related experience required.
Effectively collaborates with director and department leadership to identify the department specific competencies required to support safe and effective patient care. Ensures that these activities relate to current best practice and evidence based research in nursing practice or education. Demonstrates an awareness of future trends in nursing practice.
Develops learning experiences that promote achievement of desired learning outcomes within expected timeframe. Coordinates education activities in order to achieve desired outcomes. Develops, communicates and monitors metrics that measure outcomes of programs.
Teaches, supervises and evaluates student performance in learning experiences and basic and advanced psychomotor technical skill acquisition.
Educator: Delivers learning solutions that engage the learner and promote learning as an essential and integral component of professional practice.
Project Coordinator: Coordinates and participates in efforts to improve processes and performance to meet organizational and departmental priorities.
Professional Practice Specialist: Provides leadership and consultation in the creation of an environment that facilitates growth and development of colleagues and promotes the professional practice of nursing.
JOB DETAILS: Full-time, Days
LOCATION: Madera, CA