Nursing Education Director - Acquired Brain Injury

Shepherd Center   •  

Atlanta, GA

Industry: Healthcare


Less than 5 years

Posted 61 days ago

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Shepherd Center is in the top 100 Great Places to Work in Atlanta as determined by the Atlanta Business Chronicle!

We have a compassionate and fun culture and seek employees who want the same for patients and their families, caregivers, and co-workers.

Shepherd teams are self-motivated and directed, learn and apply knowledge quickly; are proficient and timely in organizing and completing multiple tasks and projects; have effective and appropriate communication skills in all interactions; and consistently demonstrate proficiency in their area(s) of expertise.

Please tell us about yourself by completing an application to join us at this great place to work!

Nursing Education Director - Acquired Brain Injury


Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing; RN with Master’s Degree in Nurse Education (professional experience in the field of interest accepted).

Experience: 3-5 years of clinical experience in either Med/Surg or Rehab. Nurse Educator experiencepreferred or other advance practice nurse certifications in neuro.

Licensure: Current Georgia RN license

Certification: Current BLS certification. ACLS preferred; Certification Rehabilitation Registered Nurse and/or Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse preferred


The Nurse Educator Manager will function in the role of an expert clinician, educator, consultant and researcher. He/she will manage and oversee evidence based practices for brain, spinal and other neurologic disorders and work with other managers and directors assuring nursing practices are of quality to the center and to the program. The Nurse Educator Manager will sit on hospital wide and program committees to enhance best practices and work with the CNE and ABI Program Directors to support collaborative practices in nursing and therapy. He/she will manage nurse educators to support implementation of best practices. Within these roles, the Nurse Educator Manager will need to have skills as a role model, collaborator, innovator, advocate and change agent.