The Director of Staff Development is primarily responsible encouraging the personal well-being and professional growth of all employees while ensuring current training and in-service education by collaborating with the human resources department and all department heads to ensure that ongoing education and development is implemented and maintained by conducting on-site education and staff improvement training sessions, ensuring issues surrounding compliance are satisfied while maintaining compliance with all applicable laws, regulatory and organizational standards.
Director of Staff Development (NURSING-RN) Job Responsibilities:
- Coordinates and conducts in collaboration with HR Dept. and Dept. heads the new hire orientation for all departments, community wide.
- Assesses learning needs and designs in-service and continuing ed programs based on quality assurance data to meet needs and regulatory guidelines.
- Develops, implements, communicates and evaluates annual training plan.
- Develops specific teaching plans and programs to cover training needs for all roles on a regular and as needed basis.
- Maintain master copies of facility policy/procedure manuals and communications books.
- Works with the Director of Nursing (DON) to ensure quality of care is held to highest standard and all facility policies and procedures are carried out by every staff member.
- Participates in Quality Assurance Program related to the education and infection control program.
- Conduct CPR courses as needed to maintain facility policy and/or regulatory compliance.
***Other duties may be assigned or be modified by employer as need arises.
Director of Staff Development (NURSING-RN) Work Hrs/ Shifts:
- Full Time / Day Shift
What will you need as a Director of Staff Development (NURSING-RN)?
- RequiredEducation (MUST BE AN Registered Nurse): Associate’s degree in nursing from an accredited college or university
- PreferredEducation: Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited college or university
- RequiredExperience: 3 years’ experience as registered nurse
- PreferredExperience:Geriatric Nursing; CNA, CMT; Instructional design, long-term care
- Required Licensure: Licensed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a RN
- Required Certification:CPR Instructor or ability to obtain within 6 months of hire
- Methods of Instruction (MOI) Certified or ability to achieve within 1 year of hire