Mgr Training and Education

Responsible for assisting in the assessment, development, coordination, presentation, and evaluation of educational program needs within Surgical Services. Will assist with recruitment and interview screening of candidates and retention efforts. Responsible for clinical ladder development programs, in addition to focused education in partnership with clinical nurse managers, new procedures, equipment, quality or safety concerns.
Core responsibilities include new employee orientation, continuing education, supervision of nursing students, and orientation for a variety of student populations. Accountable for employee orientation of new staff members to the department. Adjusts orientation to new staff with highly varied backgrounds ranging from new graduates to experts. Creates educational tools and resources specific to level of staff oriented. Coordinates education for existing staff members, including managers, registered nurses (RNs) RNFAs, surgical technologists (STs) STFAs, and nursing assistants (NAs), transportation, central sterile processing, clinical assistants (CAs), technical support assistants (TAs) within the intraoperative care areas (i.e., Inpatient OR and Outpatient OR). Responsible for program development, evaluation, and constant revisions to reflect the changing dynamics in the Department of Surgical Services environment. Responsible for customizing education to meet individual learning needs. Coordinates and provides clinical instruction for nursing students’ perioperative rotation.
 
Precepts advanced students in additional intraoperative experiences. Consults and collaborates with the department of Surgical Services leadership team, including Informatics; Quality and Safety Director, Clinical Operations Manager; and Supervisors and/or a variety of disciplines and other Surgical Services Departments throughout Beaumont Health. Consultations may include other resources outside the institution. Requires the ability to plan, schedule, and organize training programs on a wide variety of subjects. 

Requires flexibility in daily activities to meet the complex and changing needs of the department. Requires self-direction and assumes responsibility for the advancement of nursing practice by developing new approaches, methods, or techniques to patient care practice issues in accordance with clinical standards. Participates and contributes to departmental policy and procedure development and quality assurance review. Assists with audits and observations. Assists with outreach and community relations with other colleges offering nursing and surgical technology programs. Assist in the development of preceptors.

Required:  Current Mi. RN Licensure. BSN required, Masters preferred. Minimum 3 years of management experience. Surgical Services: Pre-OP, PACU, and OR experience. Education experience.