The Denver Hospice has an immediate opening for a Clinical RN Educator. This position provides clinical professional development and education services to staff. Prepares employees for clinical practice and supports employees in acquiring the knowledge and skills to perform superior patient care. Creates and delivers educational material to all staff members in a variety of formats including one-on-one and group settings.
Creates and develops simulation labs that will professionally develop and educate clinical staff and empower them with the ability to enhance the patient and family experience to the highest level.
Coordinates and conducts ongoing training programs. Responsible for mentoring/education of clinical nurses ensuring they have complete knowledge of their clinical practice/responsibilities as well as electronic medical records (EMR) and documentation.
Ensures clinical staff are meeting documentation standards by completing full medical chart reviews. Develops education and training as assigned by the Manager of Education and/or the Coordinator of Education.
Assists in assessing the clinical education needs of staff. Collaborates with team members in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating patient care delivery.
Conducts comprehensive evaluations of educational activities. Serves as a reference and resource for clinical questions and procedures to all clinical staff. Organizes or schedules people/tasks and develops action plans leading to specified goals. Leads people in a non-threatening manner without having direct authority.
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in nursing. CHPN certification preferred.
Minimum Experience: 5 year’s experience in hospice nursing. 3 years in an education role (ie., mentor/preceptor, clinical education) preferred.
Required License: Current Colorado RN license. Colorado state driver’s license and proof of auto insurance.
Internal Number: 1162
About The Denver Hospice
To ensure the most compassionate and appropriate services possible, we provide care wherever the individual resides—in one’s own home, a skilled care facility, assisted living facility, group home or The Denver Hospice Inpatient Care Center at Lowry. Whatever the setting, our goal is the same: to improve the quality of life of those we serve by addressing their physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs.
Our mission, values and not-for-profit status are key to our ability to provide the consistently high-quality, compassionate care that is the hallmark of The Denver Hospice.