Staff Development Coordinator, RN

Community
Cedar Crest - Pompton Plains, NJ
Job Category
Staff Development Coord
Schedule

Full-time

Job ID
17114966
Posting Date

Cedar Crest Village is looking for a Staff Development Coordinator to support our 204 resident continuing care neighborhood.  Cedar Crest has been selected as a 2016 "Best Nursing Home" by US News and World Report.  We are a 5 Star Rated community located on 130 acres in Pompton Plains, NJ.  


The Staff Development Coordinator (RN)  is responsible for the education, general orientation and in-service training of clinical staff throughout Erickson Living’s Assisted Living, Memory Care and Post-Acute neighborhoods.  The Staff Development Coordinator responsibilities will include the following:

• Coordinate and/or conduct new general orientation as well as ongoing training for Continuing Care staff. 
• Facilitate an organized and structured approach to all educational activities to include selecting appropriate communication methods 
• Organize and present instruction in a manner which meets the needs of the adult learner. Secure and maintain necessary reference, multi-media and instruction material for in-services 
• Oversee and assist in the development and implementation of staff development plans; conduct ongoing staff development activities which fulfill mandatory requirements; assist with ongoing professional development of licensed and non-licensed staff through in-service and continuing education programs. 
• Maintain and communicate monthly staff development program calendars 
• Standardize staff orientation and on-going training to include contacting various vendors for support and certification for clinical team members. 
• Responsible for proper documentation of all orientation and in-service training according to federal, state and local regulations

and provide monthly reports to management 
• Effectively implement person directed care plan, focusing on the resident’s strengths while providing a sense of comfort, companionship and belonging. 

 

  • Graduate of a nursing degree program of college or university. 
  • BS in Nursing/Education is preferred 
  • Basic computer skills required including experience with Microsoft Office, internet and web applications, Power Point, Excel and Visio. 
  • Experience with electronic medical record preferred. 
  • Current Registered Nurse license for the state in which he/she operates.