Robert Packer Hospital
The Ambulatory Clinical Nurse Educator is responsible for assessment, planning, implementing, and evaluating clinical education processes. Adult learning theories are utilized when formulating and implementing educational programs/activities for staff, clients, and the community. The Ambulatory Clinical Nurse Educator acts as a consultant and change agent in the development of standards of care for clinical practice; utilizes and applies change theory in matters related to clinical practice; applies interpersonal skills and fosters communication when interacting with staff, patients, and other members of the healthcare organization. The Ambulatory Clinical Nurse Educator is self-directed in maintaining clinical competencies; pursues continued excellence in clinical practice; is self-motivated in identifying own strengths and limitations; and seeks to improve areas of weakness. The Ambulatory Clinical Nurse Educator is not administratively responsible for the supervision of other people, but works collaboratively with Practice Managers to assure that standards of clinical practice are met.
The Ambulatory Clinical Nurse Educator must have a BSN and current licensure by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the State of New York as a Registered Professional Nurse. The Clinical Nurse Educator must have a master's degree in nursing from an accredited program or be currently enrolled in a program leading to an MSN within 1 year of employment, and be certified in Nursing Professional Development, preferred, or an area of specialty, as soon as eligible.
A minimum of three years clinical experience and demonstrated abilities in teaching, leadership skills, and clinical nursing practice.
How To Apply
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