RN Clinical Educator
Good Neighbor is dedicated to helping individuals create a new way of life. We’re looking for hard-working, compassionate professionals who share our passion and commitment to serving our community and are looking for growth opportunities.
The clinical training specialist is responsible for providing new hire and annual trainings to employees such as CPR, First Aid, Therapeutic Options, Tuberculosis Screening and Medication Management as well as general orientation requirements. This position will also assist in on-location topic specific trainings for any of our services. This position is also responsible for administrative tasks related to direct job responsibilities and may assist in auxiliary nursing support tasks such as medication audits, hospital discharge follow-up, and wound assessments. This position will involve regular travel to all locations to support company growth and development.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provision, as delegated in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act, of direct resident care to include administering injections, immunizations, oral medications, enemas and other procedures/duties as needed
Educates and monitors staff providing care on an ongoing basis and may refer staff to appropriate training based on competency level or individual need
Ensures compliance of training standards and nursing care policies, procedures and systems.
Regular travel to company locations, including overnight commitments, as scheduled to provide training and professional development opportunities to employees.
Follows all policies and procedures and regulatory requirements
Facilitate staff trainings during new hire orientation and annually including but not limited to: Medication Management Training & Recertification, CPR/First Aide, Therapeutic Options, and other trainings as needed to include specialized and specific medical concerns (DBHDS Safety and Quality Alerts, diabetes, epi-pen, g-tube, etc)
Responsible for Tuberculosis screening of all employees as outlined in the policies and procedures in compliance with regulatory agencies.
Provides training and assistance for specialists within locations to include but not limited; education on diagnosis, medication, injections, enemas and other areas of medical need.
Responsible for staying informed of industry and regulatory changes that impact that training and operations of services rendered
Responsible for developing content for training in collaboration with the Compliance & Training Manager
Responsible for administrative tasks related to training
Operation and Maintenance of electronic learning management systems
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Current Registered Nurse (RN) / Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) License for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Minimum of one year experience supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities. Experience in adult education and/or supporting individuals with intellectual disabilities preferred.
MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES
The employee must have:
Basic Computer skills to include Outlook, Word, and Excel, and Powerpoint
Group and individual Training Skills
Knowledge of DBHDS Standards and other regulatory
Must be willing to travel
Job Type: Full-time
CPR & First Aid Training: 1 year (Preferred)
Basic Computer Skills: 1 year (Preferred)
Mental Health / Intellectual Disabilities: 1 year (Preferred)