Coordinator of Critical Care Staff Education
- Education & Childcare
- Health & Wellness
- Healthcare Management & Administration
As health care becomes increasingly complex, it's more important than ever to work for a system that puts The Patient. Above All Else. Become a part of St. Luke's and you'll see how we bring our mission to life with every patient and family interaction.
St. Luke's is a health care system in Duluth, Minnesota. Our two hospitals, 14 primary care clinics, 30 specialty clinics and two pharmacies serve the people of northeastern Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
The Coordinator of Critical Care Staff Educator oversees the orientation process for all new hires and transfers in conjunction with the Managers, Clinical Supervisors and Staff Development Facilitators, and Preceptors of each critical care area (including, but not limited to: ICU, Cardiac Unit, Cath Lab, Radiology/ Procedure RNs, Critical Care Float Pool including CRNs, Respiratory Care, ED). Assists in assessing the educational needs of the Critical Care areas and facilitates annual needs assessment. Provides leadership in developing, planning and implementing education for critical care staff. Acts as a resource for new staff. Provides co-leadership and guides the monthly SDF meeting. Mentors and assists staff development facilitators in assessing educational needs, developing unit based nursing competencies, reviewing certification classes and guiding employees through the self-registration process for initial certification classes. Creates, modifies, and facilitates the critical care early hire program. Collaborates with Nursing Leadership in the development of critical care policies/procedures, implementation of new equipment, in-services and education. Works with Nursing Leadership to plan, schedule, and coordinate nursing mandatory education sessions. Meets quarterly or more often if needed, with the Critical Care Leadership Group to set goals, review progress and plan for future educational needs. Facilitates educational review process for LMS/NetLearning course development and assignment process. Serves as an instructor for portions of the skills lab as needed.
- Education: Bachelor's Degree in related field.
- Experience: Three (3) years previous experience in critical care nursing within past three (3) years.
- Licensure/Certification/Registration: Current Minnesota RN license. BLS Certification with a designation of either BLS Provider or Healthcare Provider from either the American Heart Association or American Red Cross or Military Training Network. ACLS, TNCC and PALS certified.
- Education: Master's Degree in health related field.
- Experience: One (1) year previous critical care clinical teaching experience.
- Licensure/Certification/Registration: CCRN or equivalent certification.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of program planning, including needs assessment, content development, budget and evaluation.
- Knowledge of the learning process, specifically adult education. Knowledge of teaching techniques and evidence of creativity.
- Knowledge of current nursing practices and the health care industry. Knowledge of critical care nursing. Knowledge of audiovisual equipment and techniques.
- Ability to maintain and foster continuous professional development and self-growth.
- Ability to develop and maintain open, flexible working relationships with staff and the general public; to manage time wisely, organize and set priorities, meet deadlines and accept responsibilities; to develop, present and evaluate educational programs; to positively represent Critical Care Nursing within the Hospital and the community; to understand and follow complex oral and written communications; to maintain records and prepare reports in a continuous and annual basis.
In addition to competitive salaries and advancement opportunities, St. Luke's is pleased to provide the following benefits to eligible employees:
Flexible Spending Plan
Short-Term Disability Insurance
Long-Term Disability Insurance
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Eligibility is based on FTE (must be .6 FTE or greater), and applicable collective bargaining agreement, if any.
St. Luke's is an equal opportunity employer.