Huntington Hospital Nursing Professional Development Spec in Pasadena, California
Nursing Professional Development Spec
Department:Clinical Education and Practice
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When you join Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, CA, you are aligning yourself with an organization whose values drive our philosophy of care. Our focus on delivering quality, service, and cutting edge care, enables Huntington Hospital to be an organization committed to patient outcomes-not the bottom line. More importantly, it empowers you to enact change and deliver the results that continuously improve our ability to provide our community with care.
Assesses clinical education needs; designs, teaches/coordinates and evaluates clinical education programs. Coordinates with SMEs to develop relevant programs consistent with Evidence Based Practice. Uses ANA Standards for Nursing Professional Development to help guide practice. This position may require flexibility of hours.
Education: Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing required. Master’s Degree in Nursing preferred. Diploma or transcripts on highest degree earned required.
Experience/Training: Minimum three (3) years clinical experience required Two (2) years teaching experience preferred, including stand-up teaching and facilitation. Program development experience preferred.
Licenses/Certifications: Current active unrestricted RN license issued by State of California. Current American Heart Association BLS provider required. ANCC NPD Certification, preferred. For ED NPDS Role: Current American Heart Association ACLS and PALS Provider required. CEN certification, preferred.
Skills: General Skills- All Roles: Exemplary communication, organization, and problem solving skills. Leadership ability and collaborative style. Ability to manage multiple activities and priorities within complex systems. Ability to function in unstructured environments. Ability to work with all levels of personnel to achieve positive patient outcomes. Competency to utilize computer systems including Health Information System, Learning Management System and Office applications at an intermediate to advanced level is expected. Ability to use multimedia equipment necessary to facilitate classes/programs/meetings.
ED NPDS Role Additional Skills: Provides direct supervision of the nursing staff in the Education Extender role. Collaborates with Pediatric Liaison Nurse and Pediatric CNS to create and coordinate pediatric education for the ED staff. ENPC and TNCC required within 6 months of hire/transfer. TNCC instructor, Preferred.