INSTRUCTOR,M.S./EDUCATOR/ 40 HOUR ROTATING/ BWH Center Nursing Excellence
Company: CTI Education Group
Posted on: February 25, 2021
Job Description - INSTRUCTOR,M.S./EDUCATOR/ 40 HOUR ROTATING/
BWH Center Nursing Excellence (3145981) General Overview: The
Clinical Nurse Educator reports to a designated Professional
Development Manager and demonstrates clinical expertise by
incorporating nursing theory and evidence-informed practice. The
Clinical Nurse Educator participates in the execution of the staff
development programs that contribute to the professional growth and
development of nursing staff.-- The Clinical Nurse Educator
establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with all
disciplines and departments necessary to promote optimal patient
outcomes and create a professional practice environment. The
Clinical Nurse Educator promotes a just culture and a culture of
safety and is positioned to be accessible to the nurse in direct
care. The role requires competency in adult learning principles and
a sound clinical nursing knowledge base. PrincipAL--Duties and
Responsibilities: Orientation, Training and Professional
- Assists with central classes and orientation activities as
- Participate in educational needs assessments and identify
learning needs of patients and staff.
- Facilitate opportunities and developmental experiences
necessary for staff to successfully precept, teach, and mentor
- Facilitate educational offerings that incorporate new
initiatives, products, equipment, technology, policies, procedures,
or regulations in either a classroom, a simulated laboratory
settings, or on assigned patient care area.
- Track and monitor orientation progress for all department of
- Support competency training and annual HealthStream completion
by all staff.
- Conduct an on-going evaluation of educational offerings by
using the latest evidence, scholarly information, and
- Serves as a nursing practice leader, coach and mentor to
- Participates in self-performance appraisal process in an
- Seeks feedback regarding role performance from his/her
respective nurse leaders, peers, and others.
- Provides formal and informal opportunities for staff to develop
personal career goals and recognizes their achievement
- Provides ongoing formal and informal feedback regarding
professional development to staff members.
- Facilitate, and support peer to peer education.
- Provides informal consultation on education and practice
- Participates in committees and task forces as designated by
Professional Development Manager.
- Initiates and maintains effective collaborative
- Responds effectively to requests for education and
- Participates in developing nursing department policies and
procedures with designated work teams.--
- Provides direct patient care in both collaboratively planned
and emergent situations.--
- Serves as a role model in providing expert care to
- Engages in direct patient care experiences that promote,
facilitate, and evaluate staff's critical thinking, decision
making, and problem-solving abilities.
- Models clinical decision-making skills and critical thinking
behaviors in the clinical setting.
- Provides direct clinical support for orientation and
- Collaborates with nursing staff to manage emergency clinical
- Serves as a clinical expert in patient care areas, mainlining
and enhancing competency through a variety of methods including but
not limited to direct patient care, professional conferences, and
participation in divisional journal clubs.-- Quality / Research
Participates in quality and process improvement initiatives as
designated by the Professional Development Manager. Participates in
Collaborative Care Reviews and supports improvement efforts as
designated by the Professional Development Manager. Supports
education of new initiatives. Supports regulatory preparation and
required learning. Implements audit plan as directed by the
Professional Development Manager. Develops programs that are
responsive to needs identified through divisional / unit quality
data. Uses new information and/or research findings in developing
and revising program content. Approval Listings: Nurse Executive
Board, July 2020 Qualifications: Instructor Qualifications:
- MSN (or) DNP (or) PhD, (or) a BSN with a master's degree in a
related field, required.--
- Current certification required or to be attained within
two-year period from date of hire. Certification must be maintained
while employed in this position.--
- Current nursing licensure in the Commonwealth of
- Minimum five years of clinical experience as a clinical nurse
with demonstrated evidence of leadership progression.
- Demonstrated evidence of competent nursing practice in clinical
area or specialty.
- Competency in adult learning principles and a sound clinical
nursing knowledge base. Additional Qualifications for-- Center for
- Experience in teaching both theoretical and clinical nursing
- Experience with teaching online classes, preferred.
- Experience with Psychomotor Skills Assessments inclusive of
cardiac monitoring and AED, intravenous tubing and infusion
management, and Point of Care testing (POCT).
- Competent with Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint,
Excel) and online video conference platforms (Zoom and Microsoft
Teams). Skills and Abilities:
- Demonstrated leadership skills preferred.
- Expertise in evidence-based practice, writing, research and
- Expert critical thinking skills.
- Expertise in leading training and education programs.
- Ability to motivate self and others and change attitudes when
- Ability to be self-directed and to work independently at
- Ability to offer and initiate new ideas.
- Ability to support rapid change process.
- Ability to be flexible to accommodate the changing orientation
needs of the Department of Nursing.
- Excellent time management skills.
- Ability to effectively collaborate with the BWH professional
community at large.
- Proficient in EPIC and Microsoft Office.
- Hours dependent on the program and needs of the units. Working
Conditions: Works in a variety of patient care environments where
there may be exposure to communicable diseases and hazardous
materials such as chemotherapeutic agents, radioisotopes, and
radiation. Work entails walking and lifting. Lifting, Pushing and
Pulling Policy Statement (effective 3/7/20111): The Department of
Nursing has adopted the National Institute for Occupational Safety
and Health (NIOSH)-recommended maximum weight limit of 35 lbs. for
lifting, and a reasonably comparable standard for pushing and
pulling, as part of the physical requirements for this position.
Weekend and Holidays will be required per the Contract . Brigham
and Women's Hospitalis an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified
applicants will receiveconsideration for employment without regard
to race,--color, religion,creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, national origin, ancestry,age, veteran status, disability
unrelated to job requirements, geneticinformation, military
service, or other protected status. Primary Location MA-Boston-BWH
Longwood Medical Area Work Locations BWH Longwood Medical Area 75
Francis Street Job Nursing-Other Organization Brigham & Women's
Hospital(BWH) Schedule Full-time Standard Hours 40 Shift Rotating
Posted Shift Description Weekends and Holidays per the MNA contract
Employee Status Regular
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