At Dartmouth Hitchcock our Nurse Educators are instrumental in planning, directing, coordinating and evaluating strategies to ensure proper onboarding, competencies and professional and preceptor development. The Nurse Educator works on the unit to identify with the clinical staff opportunities for training to improve practices, patient satisfaction and safety. This role is for a Nurse Educator in our Simulation Center. Qualified candidates will have a Masters Degree in Nursing Education and experience working in a high volume Simulation Center, designing learning modules to be used by nurses, residents and providers. Current Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator certification is preferred, candidates will have 12 months to complete this certification for continued employment in this role. Three years experience with Simulation Education required.
Designs and develops centralized orientation programs, and identifies and develops adjunct faculty to deliver content.
Responsible for staff development and competency in application of the nursing process and performance of critical thinking and clinical skills for that population.
Engages regularly with interprofessional team in huddles, interdisciplinary rounds, and other forums to facilitate assessment and identification of educational needs.
Performs needs assessment, develops, designs, implements and evaluates evidenced based educational materials utilizing principles of instructional design for adult learners.
Facilitates ongoing educational initiatives including nursing orientation, preceptor education and other unit level and organizational learning initiatives.
Consultant to the Nursing Education enterprise including but not limited to the development, implementation and evaluation of organizational competencies and regulatory practice requirements.
Promotes understanding of best practices in education among clinical nurses, clinical supervisors and other leaders to empower these individuals to become education champions and engage nurses in supporting each other’s learning and clinical practice.
Consults to regional and system initiatives as needed.
Performs other duties as required or assigned.
Graduate from an accredited Nursing Program required.
Master’s degree in Nursing (MSN) required.
Certified in specialty or completed within the first 18 months of hire.
2 years of education or professional development preferred.
3 years of clinical experience in identified specialty.
Excellent informatics, verbal and written communications skills desired
Required Licensure/Certification Skills:
Licensed Registered Nurse in New Hampshire required.
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