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Avamere Health Services, LLC Staff Development Coordinator (RN) in Shoreline, Washington

Staff Development Coordinator (RN)CategoryNursingShiftDayHoursFull-TimeUnion PositionNoLocation : CityShorelineStateWAZip98177OverviewJoin our 5 Star Team and #workwithpurposeStaff Development Coordinator (RN)Status: Full-time Shift: DayLocation: Richmond Beach Rehab - 19235 15th Ave NW Shoreline, WA 98177With Avamere, you join a team with a culture and mission to enhance the life of every person we serve. This is more than a job - it's a place where our team members build lasting relationships with patients and residents, their families, and fellow team members.We are dedicated to keeping our team members and residents safe. Download our flyer that shows our protocols and response to COVID-19 here.Employee Perks:Free meals to all employeesTuition assistanceMentorship opportunitiesEmployee assistance program featuring free counseling services, financial coaching, legal services and moreEarly payment opportunities Generous employee referral programPaid time off/sick leave (rolls over annually)401K retirement plan with employer contributionsComprehensive benefits package with medical coverage, voluntary dental, vision, and life insurance, short-term disability, and AD&D coverageThe Staff Development Coordinator is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, and evaluating educational programs for nursing service and other departments, performs clinical tasks and assists in other departments.DetailsEnsures that employees receive compliance training and education necessary to perform their job responsibilities in accordance with Avamere Code of Business Conduct.Oversees the process for competency evaluation of new clinical department personnel; recommends progression to permanent employment or extension of orientation/probationary period for new employees.Plans, organizes, and implements ongoing education and training programs for licensed nurses, nursing assistants, unit clerks, and other ancillary personnel to promote the knowledge and skills necessary for the provision of quality care consistent with services provided by the center.In coordination with the Director of Nursing and the Administrator, periodically reviews the center Clinical Admission Grid and service lines to identify applicable advanced/as needed competencies required for clinical personnel.Plans, organizes, and implements education training programs to meet the strategic goals of the center.Conducts or coordinates certification or training programs for Nursing Assistants to prepare them for state certification/competency exam as applicable.Conducts needs assessment through review of survey history, individual performance and competency evaluation, center performance improvement trends, input from center department managers, and input from individual staff members, to identify educational needs to staff.Provides and/or assists employees to identify available resources to achieve continuing education requirements if applicable.Ensures the educational curriculum in the center meets or exceeds state, federal and accreditation requirements.Develops and maintains monthly and annual education calendars.Ensures educational opportunities are effectively communicated to center personnel.Provides clinical and classroom hands-on instruction, and on the job coaching to licensed and un licensed personnel.Coordinates and/or conducts CPR training for licensed personnel and applicable non-licensed personnel.Working with the Director of Nursing Services (DNS), ensures clinical competency of nursing staff through observed skills evaluation, and ensures completion of annual competency assessments