Reporting to the Director, this position requires a full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of Redlands Community Hospital. Through demonstrated advanced clinical knowledge, skill, and competence, the Clinical Educator facilitates learning, educational experiences, and educational activities for nursing personnel through direct and indirect methods. The Clinical Educator plans, develops, coordinates, implements, and evaluates orientations, in-services, and continuing education/staff development programs in collaboration with directors, managers, staff, physicians, hospital departments, and others as needed. He/she acts as an education advisor to the nursing staff and managers to identify learning needs and designs, implements, and evaluates standards of practice. The Clinical Educator models professional roles and behaviors that assist nursing personnel in aquiring competency, knowledge, and clinical skills, demonstrating accountability and responsibility in clinical practice while adhering to the Patients First philosophy of safety, compassion, and efficiency. He/she functions as a change agent to improve patient care and supports interdisciplinary collaboration.
Current California State RN license required.
Current CPR certification required; instructor certification preferred.
Current ACLS certification required; instructor certification preferred.
Current NRP certification required; instructor certification preferred.
Advanced Fetal Monitoring certification required within 3 months of hire transfer.
BSN required, MSN preferred.
Professional certification recommended.
Four years’ experience in acute care nursing with two years in area of specialty required.
Demonstrated progressive teaching and communication skills preferred.
Two years’ experience with program/course design, presentation, and evaluation preferred.
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About Redlands Community Hospital
Redlands Community Hospital is a not-for-profit, 229-bed acute care facility, and growing! Although officially founded and incorporated in 1929, RCH history has roots dating back to 1903 when Redlands opened its first medical facility. Programs and Services with more than 1,800 employees, 300 physicians and more than 300 volunteers, Redlands Community Hospital provides acute care services that adhere to the highest standards.