HCA, Hospital Corporation of America Division Nurse Residency Coordinator in Tallahassee, Florida

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Division Nurse Residency Coordinator

Position Summary: The Nurse Residency Coordinator assesses, develops, implements, and evaluates the educational programs aimed at successful transition of new Registered Nurses through professional development.

Orientation/Onboarding: The Nurse Residency Coordinator (NRC) will actively collaborate and is engaged in the entire orientation/onboarding process of new Registered Nurses during the first year. This includes participating or leading the development, coordination, managing, facilitating, conducting, and evaluating on-boarding and orientation programs for the new Registered Nurse. Competency Management: The NPC is responsible to have the expertise in competency assessment in order to participate in the development, coordination, and managing, facilitating, conducting, and evaluating competency in the hospital setting. To meet this expectation includes the following: Education: Education is designed to improve professional practice and provision of quality care. To accomplish this goal the NPC will participate in the design and identification of educational activities to address practice gaps for the new Registered Nurse in the hospital setting. These activities are developed to achieve specific outcomes related to identified deficits or opportunities for improvement in knowledge, skill and practice. Research Evidence-based Practice (EBP)/Quality Improvement (QI): The NPC must promote and integrate the EBP in order to continuously improve practice in the hospital setting. In addition, they promote research, EBP, and QI in patient care settings. NPRL may conduct, encourage, facilitate, and/or participate in research, EBP, and QI, including dissemination of findings. Collaborative Partnerships: The NPC collaborates with partners to share experience in planning and decision making to achieve the desired results. Inter-professional collaboration involves multiple healthcare personnel from different professional backgrounds collaborating to deliver the highest quality of care in critical care setting. Professional Role Development: Professional role development involves identification and development of strategies to facilitate a continuous process of maturation through lifelong learning. This type of development allows for role transition, role integration, skill acquisition and mastery as learners advance from novice to expert in their professions and specialties

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree; must be in Nursing if the applicant does not have an Masters Science

  • Master's degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration, Education or other clinical field Preferred

  • 3 years of experience in Clinical Education; 5 years’ experience in nursing in an acute care hospital; if no experience as a clinical educator will consider 3 years’ experience as a preceptor. Or equivalent combination of education and/or experience Licenses, Certifications, & Training:

  • Registered Nurse (RN)

  • Certification as NPD Practitioner highly preferred

  • BLS

Job: *Education Training & Professional Development

Title: Division Nurse Residency Coordinator

Location: Florida-Tallahassee-Capital Regional Medical Center

Requisition ID: 25086-9048