Clinical Placement Coordinator

Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Columbus , OH 43216

Posted 4 weeks ago

Clinical Placement Coordinator

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Clinical Placement Coordinator (Job Opening 457547) - Scope of Position: The Clinical Placement Coordinator is responsible for providing instruction to and guiding nursing and surgical tech students during clinical rotations at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Centera??s surgical pavilions.

Functions as an educational/placement consultant within the Health System Working with key leaders to cultivate collaboration, enthusiasm, and recruit future team members; participates on a team that provides supportive services directed towards achievement of a personalized clinical experience with a focus on seamless navigation throughout the health system.

Position Summary:
The Student Placement Coordinator arranges clinical placement for all nursing and surgical tech students for the OSUWMC surgical pavilions. Maintains oversight of the required student documents for clinical placement; ensures all necessary documents are up-to-date and accurate prior to student placement.

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