Clinical Educator/Clinical Consultant Birmingham, AL

Emsar Birmingham , AL 35202

Posted 2 months ago

Clinical Consultant / Clinical Educator for Critical Care Monitoring Devices and Clinical Applications

Traveling opportunities open nationwide for candidates in metropolitan areas

Are you a Critical Care RN who loves your healthcare career but need a change from the everyday grind of the bedside? Are you a leader who enjoys providing education to your peers? Ever wonder what it would be like to travel, explore new environments, while meeting and training new colleagues? If so, we invite you to partner with us for an opportunity as a traveling per diem Clinical Educator!

Our Clinical Solutions division offers a unique and exciting professional growth opportunity in the medical device and clinical information systems arena. We provide clinical application support for the worlds top patient monitoring device company. They travel to healthcare facilities to provide end-user training, configuration and go-live support.

We and our client are committed to your success! The orientation for this role is typically 6 months long and includes classroom and field training. You will learn a lot about yourself, healthcare management and operations, and an assortment of clinical practices and implementations. You can become an expert in the latest healthcare technology and develop or enhance many professional skills.

We are not a recruitment agency and these positions are benefit eligible. Our benefits include: health, dental, vision, and life insurance; short and long-term disability, 401k and more. Travel time is compensated; plus, a corporate credit card is available for business travel expenses!

After orientation, we offer two different options: Full-time via per diem status or part-time via per diem status. Most of our awesome Clinical Educators work full-time via per diem status which still allows some flexibility. Availability and work requirements increase for those working full-time via per diem status as they are benefit eligible. For those interested in working part-time per diem, we require a 3-4 week commitment every month during orientation.

If you have the qualifications listed below and a commitment to the requirements, all you need to bring is yourself and enthusiasm!

Availability and Travel requirements:

  • Schedule requirement: Maintain 4-5 consecutive days of availability Monday through Friday with the ability to travel late on Sundays, late Friday evenings, or Saturday mornings. The part-time per diem requirement is 2 weeks per month. The full-time per diem requirements are 4 weeks per month, most months.

  • Readiness and willingness to work all shifts (Days, Evenings, and Nights) without disinclination or declination.

  • Ability to travel for several consecutive overnights across a 10-15+ state territory.

  • Must live within 1 hour of a major US airport for air travel needs (including willingness to fly regional jets) and have access to reliable transportation for drivable assignments 4-5 hours from home.

Position Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Travels to customer sites to educate and support healthcare professionals in operating their critical care monitors proficiently and safely.

  • Configures or design monitor set-up per client company directed parameters and customer consultation.

  • Provides post-sales end-user education classes/in-services.

  • Delivers go-live support with new monitors or upgrades.

  • Upholds customer focus by proactive assessment and appropriate communication/escalation of customer needs and solutions.

  • Communicates with client company Clinical Specialists and completes documentation, as required.

  • Maintains competency on product via company provided training events (classroom training, online learning modules, etc.)

  • Optimizes travel strategies for cost savings.

  • Maintains successful completion of corporate and client training modules.

  • Completes expense and hourly reports as outlined.

  • Meets and maintains vendor credentialing requirements with immunizations and related medical requirements.

  • Sustains current drivers license and acceptable driving record.

Minimum Professional Qualifications

  • Current licensure as a Registered Nurse

  • Three solid and recent years of critical care experience

  • ICU, CCU, PICU, NICU, ED, etc)
  • In-depth knowledge of the critical care environment and clinical applications (interpreting cardiac rhythms and ST-segments, bedside cardiac monitoring devices and central station monitoring, invasive lines and pressure monitoring; including cardiac output, wedge pressures, etc).

  • High level of initiative, accountability and professionalism. This includes a customer service attitude which exceeds customer expectations and brings value for our clients end-users!

  • Exceptional communication, presentation/training, interpersonal relationship, and critical thinking skills

  • Computer literacy: Comfortable with Windows, MS Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, Outlook), and networks.

  • Experienced in frequent domestic travel and capacity to make and schedule own travel arrangements and other activities.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 5 recent years of critical care experience
  • ICU, CCU, PICU, NICU, ED, etc
  • Formalized end-user education/in-service experience

  • Bachelors degree in nursing

To be considered for this opportunity, please click here to see our career opportunities and begin the application process. General company information can be found @ www.emsar.com

Pay-it-forward"/Referral bonus: If this opportunity is not right for you, please take a moment and forward this opportunity to your colleagues who match the qualifications. If your exceptional clinician mentions you during the interview process and becomes part of the EMSAR clinical team, we will pay you a $100 referral bonus!.

We are looking for Critical Care RNs near major metropolitan areas, including: Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; Des Moines, IA; Denver, CO; Oklahoma City, OK; Chicago, IL; Tampa, FL; Orlando, FL; Fort Myers, FL; Sarasota, FL; Jackson, MS; Birmingham, AL; Columbus, OH; New York, NY; Boston, MA; Hartford, CT; New Haven, CT; Manchester, MA; Jersey City, NY; Newark, NJ; Providence, RI; Philadelphia, PA; Baltimore, MD; Rochester, NY; Syracuse, NY; Hagerstown, MD; White Plains, NY and more!!

EMSAR is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, gender, pregnancy, age, physical or mental disability, genetic information, service in the uniformed services, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.

This Employer participates in E-Verify, a service of DHS and SSA.

Other keywords: Clinical Trainer, Clinical Application Specialist, Clinical Liaison, Clinical in-servicing.


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