Job ID: 57916
At Children's Health, we value the role each team member plays in helping us deliver on our mission of making life better for children. We take pride in providing a rich and rewarding career opportunities that enable team members to reach their highest potential.
We are nationally ranked in all 10 pediatric specialties byU.S. News & World Report, serve as the primary pediatric teaching facility for
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and are recognized for quality care in every specialty.
For nine consecutive years, Children's Health has been recognized as one of the 150 top places to work in health care by Becker's Hospital Review. This esteemed list features healthcare systems which offer professional development, growth, excellent benefits and promotion of diversity above and beyond other organizations.
The Care Management Clinical Educator is a professional development specialist whose primary responsibility is to facilitate lifelong learning and professional development activities among clinical staff performing care management functions. Through the application of adult learning theory and strong instructional design, the Care Management Clinical Educator's work results in measurable program outcomes in areas such as new hire orientation, ongoing competency, in-services, continuing education, career development, scholarship/research, and academic partnerships.
Job Specific Responsibilities:
Onboarding/Orientation: The Clinical Educator develops, coordinates, manages, facilitates, conducts and evaluates onboarding and orientation programs for clinical personnel including transition-to-practice programs for novice or new graduate clinicians.
Competency Management: The Clinical Educator develops, coordinates, manages, facilitates, conducts and evaluates initial and ongoing competency programs for clinical personnel.
Education: The Clinical Educator designs, implements and evaluates educational activities and programs based on identified practice gaps for a specific target audience. The Clinical Educator utilizes knowledge of educational theory and adult learning principles to enhance the professional development of clinical personnel.
Professional Role Development: The Clinical Educator identifies and develops strategies to facilitate a continuous process of growth through lifelong learning including: role transition, role integration, skill acquisition and skill mastery.
Quality Improvement/Evidence-based Practice/Research: The Clinical Educator integrates the best research evidence into didactic and clinical education design. The Clinical Educator promotes and participates in research, evidence-based practice, and quality improvement initiatives in the clinical setting.
Collaborative Partnerships: The Clinical Educator consults, advises, teaches and coordinates with other individuals, groups, departments and/or institutions concerning education and learning.
At least 3 years related clinical experience required
Documentation of previous teaching experience is preferred
Four-year Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience is required
Graduate or professional work or advanced degree; or equivalent experience is preferred
Licenses & Certifications:
State or national licensure/certification for clinical professional practice (ex. RN, RRT, PT/OT, etc.) is required
Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers is required
PALS, PEARS, or NRP based on specialty area requirements is required
National specialty certification appropriate for area(s) of responsibility is preferred
Children's Health offers opportunities for learning and career development; competitive pay; and a comprehensive benefits program. We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our team members have a voice in their work through surveys, pulses and town halls. And we honor and celebrate our staff with year-round employee appreciation events.
We invite you to learn more about Children's Health.
Job Family Professional & Management Expertise Non-Clinical - Human Resources Job Type Full Time Location Dallas, Texas