Assistant Director of Staff Development -Full Time
Assistant Director of Staff Development – Full time
$$ NOW OFFERING AN $1,800 SIGN ON BONUS $$
Colonial Manor offers competitive pay as well as excellent benefits such as a 401K, paid sick, paid personal days, paid vacation time (3 weeks your first year!), tuition reimbursement and a credit union. We also offer low cost medical, dental, and vision insurance!
The Assistant Director Staff Development is responsible to assist with teaching and evaluating the core orientation course for all employees as well as the program for nursing assistants. The Assistant Director is also responsible to assist in coordinating the in-service programs for all employees, and assist in evaluating educational needs for all employees within the facility. The Assistant Director of Staff Development participates in the quality improvement process and ensures that the staff is providing quality resident care.
Must be Licensed as a Registered Nurse by the State Board of Nurse Examiners. Bachelor’s degree or one year’s supervisory/teaching experience required.
Previous nursing experiences in a long-term care facility. Evidence of continued educational advancement and maintenance of up-to-date knowledge of current trends and new developments.
Must have the knowledge and ability to apply basic principles of nursing care in accordance with state nursing acts and standards.
Required to have an understanding of the following: Administering personal hygienic and therapeutic measures for residents and techniques within the parameters of the nurse practice act. Proper techniques for the delivery of medications and treatments. Documentation in the medical record that reflects the resident’s condition, medication and treatments. Prevention of disease and application of universal precautions. Experience in care of the elderly, chronically ill, restorative nursing, unit management and quality assurance. Must possess or have the potential for leadership roles in interdisciplinary cooperation, staff development, and resident/family relationships. Capability for independent decision-making formulation and delegation of responsibility.