Lahey Health Clinical Staff Educator, Lahey Health at Home, Full-time in Beverly, Massachusetts
Located in Beverly, MA, the Clinical Staff Educator is a professional Registered Nurse with in-depth technical expertise and competency in the practice of home health / hospice clinical skills. Assumes responsibility for staff orientation, competency assessment, and professional development of the clinical staff on assigned teams. Serves as a role model in advancing clinical practice to achieve better patient outcomes. Provides leadership for the support and development of clinical staff, working collaboratively to plan, develop, and facilitate opportunities for staff to continuously refine and advance their competencies in patient care, teaching, critical thinking and judgement. Qualifications Education:
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing
BSN required, MSN preferred.
Licensure, Certification & Registration:
Registered nurse with current licensure to practice professional nursing in MA.
BLS certified (Instructor status preferred).
3-5 years recent experience in home health and/or hospice.
1-2 years as clinical educator or similar role
Strong clinical background required with demonstrably advanced technical nursing skills
An equivalent combination of education and experience which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements.
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities:
Proficient in IV therapy, infusion pumps, venipuncture, central line management, g-tubes, chest, abdominal and surgical drains
Knowledge of educational processes including program planning and implementation
Strong interpersonal skills
Integrity, good judgment and initiative
Positive attitude relative to the company, employees and conduct on the job
Well-developed written and oral communication skills
Computer skills and ability to manage on-line learning programs
Demonstrable organizational skills Scheduled Hours 40
About Lahey Health
Lahey Health at Home - Quality Care Where Our Patients Live
Nothing promotes health and healing, while maintaining independence and dignity, more than receiving care in a comfortable and familiar environment. Our team of clinicians at Lahey Health at Home find solutions that allow individuals recovering from an illness, injury, surgery or who learning to manage a chronic illness, restore their health in the very place they feel most comfortable-- their own home.
By partnering with physicians, hospitals and skilled facilities, our clinicians help individuals make a seamless transition back home. How? With an experienced team of nurses, therapists (physical, occupational and speech), medical social workers, and home health aides whose one goal is patient-centered quality care.
We're especially proud of the recognition we have received for our work. These acknowledgements of exceptional service and the highest level of care translate directly into peace of mind for you.
HomeCare EliteTM, which annually names the top 25 percent of home health agencies in the United States based on quality of care, quality improvement and financial performance, first named Lahey Health at Home to its select list in 2011 and annually thereafter.
Home Health Quality Improvement National Campaign Agency of the month (AOTM)
Fazzi Associates has also honored us with its Patient Satisfaction Award of Distinction, presented annually to home health organizations that have demonstrated superior performance in overall patient satisfaction results.
When you choose to work at Lahey Health at Home, you choose to deliver exceptional care with compassion expressly tailored for each individual. Join our team and our mission of excellence by applying today!
How To Apply
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Contact: Laurie Marcotte, Recruiter at 781-756-7707
Mental Health, Nursing
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