The Grand Pavilion at the Plaza Rehabilitation and Director of Clinical Education (DCE) - Full-Time in Kansas City, Missouri

Role and Responsibilities:

Work cooperatively with leadership in planning programs to identify and meet training needs and regulatory requirements. Maintains appropriate attendance documentation for training sessions. Evaluate in-service training to develop programs that maintain and enhance nursing employee’s clinical skills. Ensure HEP-B, TB, Background Checks and Drug Screenings are completed and properly managed for facility. Maintains files of lesson plans for all programs taught to employees and ensures training records are retained per company retention policies. Communicates availability of learning opportunities whether on-site, online and external Coordinates general orientation for all new employees beginning the first day of employment; updates general orientation as necessary, utilizing corporate orientation guidelines Implements education for new initiatives, areas identified in plans of correction, changes in policies or regulatory requirements, and other programs as needed. Attend daily stand-up and clinical start-up meetings. Participate with DON in staffing meetings as needed. Coordinate site approval and clinical rotation for nursing students (ie, schedule for students, develop ongoing relationship with local schools). Other duties as assigned. Qualifications adn Education Requirements:

Licensed RN in good standing required. Must hold and maintain a current CPR certification. Minimum three (3) years full-time nursing experience. Experience in long term healthcare, preferred. Must be capable of maintaining regular attendance. Preferred Skills:

Experience with Microsoft Office applications including email; ability to learn company software systems. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Remain current on training and instructional methodologies, including applicable technology resources available. Self-motivated, organized, detailed oriented and require minimal supervision. Ability to manage multiple conflicting priorities, and to meet simultaneous deadlines. Knowledge of state, federal and licensing regulations. Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding patient, employee, and company proprietary information.