St. Mary’s Medical Center has been caring for the health of San Franciscans since 1857 when it was founded by eight Sisters of Mercy from Ireland. It is an accredited, not-for-profit hospital, located across the street from Golden Gate Park. It is a full-service acute care facility with more than 575 physicians and 1,100 employees who provide high-quality and affordable health care services to the Bay Area community.
Home to advanced medical practices, such as the nation’s first digital cardiac catheterization laboratory, innovating orthopedic and spine surgery and comprehensive rehabilitation, and a state-of-the-art cancer center. St. Mary’s Medical Center is one of San Francisco’s leading hospitals, offering patients a full range of outpatient and inpatient services delivered with the human touch. Strategies and business development are centered on Oncology Services, Cardiac Services, and Orthopedics.
The Nurse Educator will primarily serve as an Educator to Saint Mary's Medical Center and Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, but may include being a Mentor, Preceptor, Resource, and Facilitator. These roles will include education and training in varying degrees and will include responsibility for provision of operational support for the department and organization. Education and training will include but are not limited to the following: Orientation, Continuing Education Units, In-services, Rounding, Process Training, Products Training, Customer Service, Compliance, Competencies, Auditing etc. The Nurse Educator will comply with Education and Training as recognized by the Board of Nursing, other governing boards and institutions, the organizations policies and procedures, Federal and State Guidelines, Educational department Philosophy etc. The Nurse Educator will primarily educate nursing employees but will include other hospital employees, including physicians and the community as deemed necessary. Included in the Nurse Educator's responsibilities are varied projects as allocated by the director, but not limited to as follows: coordination of clinical placements for Schools of Nursing, BLS training, symposiums, forums, assessments, research, data collection, educational assistance with other departments etc. An intricate part of the Nurse Educator's position includes accurate and efficient assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and projects as directed by the Director. The Nurse Educator must consistently apply at every aspect of their job performance the Dignity Mission and Core Values that include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
1-2 years of experience with a minimum of 1 year in area of related field Minimum of 3-5 years combined experience in healthcare industry 1-2 years of experience with a minimum of 1 year in area of related field Complete annual safety training. Complete and maintain department specific training. Must have a current license in the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Must have American Heart Association BLS certification.Preferred element: CNOR certification, ACLS
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