The Nurse Educator teaches nursing and patient care at the departmental and organizational levels to align with mission, vision and strategic goals. The Nurse Educator designs and implements education programs for specific populations including patients, families, and community. The Nurse Educator designs and implements education for nurses and nursing staff, including orientation, continuing education, competency development and development or revision of nursing guides (policy and procedures) to support changes in nursing or patient care. The Nurse Educator integrates evidence-based practice into program development. Responsible for outcomes of education programs. Collaborates with approved nursing colleges and universities for departmental/unit clinical experiences.
Qualifications: Master's Degree in Nursing Education or Master's Degree in related healthcare field with BSN and demonstrated work experience and competency in nursing staff development. RN license to practice in NC (NC licensure or multi-state/compact license). National Nursing Specialty certification required within 12 months of hire. Demonstrated ability and experience in adult education. Prior experience in educator role preferred. Current knowledge of general and advanced nursing principles, adult (and pedagogy as applies) education principles, methods and techniques. ACLS and BLS Instructor certification preferred or must obtain within 2 years of hire.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability