The Transition-to-Practice (TTP) Nurse Residency supervisor is a professional nursing leader who oversees and manages all aspects of the comprehensive program(s) for transitioning new graduate registered nurses (RNs) from the academia into the professional work environment, from a novice to a competent professional RN. Position is responsible for the planning, coordination, implementation, and evaluation of the TTP Program including programmatic guidance for the post-graduate nurse, preceptor, mentor and other TTP program support team members.
-Must have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
-Preferred Master of Science in Nursing. Experience
-Must have four (4) years of clinical nursing experience, including one (1) year of nursing education experience and two (2) years of recent work in clinical specialty Transition to Practice area.
-Must have Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) course certification for IS-700.B: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System (NIMS) or obtain within 30 days of placement in role.
-Must have Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) course certification for IS-100.C: Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Healthcare/Hospitals or obtain within 30 days of placement in role.
-Must have Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) course certification for IS200.HCA: Applying ICS to Healthcare Organizations (ICS 200) or obtain within 30 days of placement in role.
-Must have current, valid RN license or temporary RN license with the Texas Board of Nursing; or, valid Compact RN license.
-Must have current healthcare provider CPR course completion card from one of the following:
American Heart Association
American Red Cross Rescuer
Military Training Network.
-Must be certified as a CPR Instructor or obtain within six months of employment/placement in classification
-Professional Certification preferred
-If applicable, applicants must pass (80% or above) the Challenge Exam to staff in their respective clinical nursing practice area.
Skills or Special Abilities
-Must have experience in the education of students and nurse educators and has the ability to utilize approaches to adults as learners based on recognition of the individual's autonomy and self-direction, life experiences, readiness to learn and problem-orientation to learn.
-Must demonstrate and maintain knowledge related to clinical area and Nursing Education.
-Must be a role model in demonstrating excellence in practice, serves as a clinical mentor/preceptor for clinical and administrative staff, consults/collaborates in patience care and research, and educates in both formal and informal situations.
-Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, presentation skills, interpersonal skills and professional standards. Must have superior writing skills to compose curriculum, including but not limited to course outlines, objectives and presentations.
-Must demonstrate knowledge of teaching/learning theories and application of multiple learning methodologies.
-Must have ability to create and maintain organized, confidential and professionally written educational files consistent with departmental and organizational processes
-Must be able to establish effective, respectful and collegial working relationships with all internal and external customers including but not limited to peer group, leadership, patients, physicians, employees, students volunteers and vendors
-Demonstrates proficiency in use of technology as applicable to role.
Parkland Health and Hospital System prohibits discrimination based on age (40 or over), race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, disability, national origin, marital status, political belief, or veteran status.
Nearest Major Market: Dallas
Nearest Secondary Market: Fort Worth
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