An exciting opportunity is available to become a Hospital RN Educator at a large and well-established hospital.
Share your knowledge and expertise as the Hospital RN Educator to teach and guide hospital nurses in the safe and appropriate delivery of patient care. This hospital has over 200 beds and has been serving the Southwestern region of Arizona for over 50 years. With the hospital’s diligent and hardworking staff, the hospital has been awarded and recognized for many departments including Cancer Care, Bariatric Surgery, Stroke Program, and Wound Care.
The Hospital RN Educator will report to the Director of Clinical Education. The Educator will work with many staff members throughout the facility. This person will participate and collaborate with managers and directors in various departments to ensure staff is educated and performing clinical duties properly. The Hospital Educator will also communicate with nurses daily and new nurses during orientations.
In this engaged role, the RN Educator will play a vital role in overseeing nursing staff and administration throughout the hospital and provide coaching, mentoring, and counseling to nurses as needed. The Educator will have the opportunity to assess nursing practice in each unit and analyze its impact on patient outcomes. The RN Educator will also manage and direct unit-specific orientations, skills training, and staff education records.
If you enjoy sunshine and beautiful weather, this is the perfect place to become a Hospital RN Educator. The city offers a very family-friendly environment with great schools, parks, and playgrounds. If you love the outdoors this city has many exciting activities such as camping, golfing, and fishing. If you want to explore a little bit further, take the weekend and head over a few miles away to Pheonix.
Take this amazing opportunity to share your knowledge and experience by helping other nurses perform at their best. This role provides competitive compensation and generous benefits!
- Registered Nurse
- Utilization Management
- Disease Management
- Acute Care