The Clinical Resource Nurse (CRN) performs activities related to orientation, training and development of clinical staff in the ambulatory space. The CRN assists in planning, implementing and evaluation of clinical education activities/programs for clinical staff utilizing data and quality metrics to drive clinical outcomes as well as supports clinical student learning in their assigned clinics.
BSN - will consider other nursing degrees on an individual basis
2-3 years related experiences
Individual and group teaching experience
Experience in developing and evaluating training materials
Valid driver's license when driving any vehicle for work-related reasons.
Currently licensed as Registered Nurse and able to practice in the State of Wisconsin
Reads, writes and is fluent in the English language.
Proficient computer knowledge and skills to include: word processing, spreadsheets, power point creation, email, web browsers and electronic medical record
Ability to adapt and flex to dynamic clinical environments and to the needs of learners
Ability to work independently and in collaboration with other key stakeholders
Consistently meets deadlines and department initiatives
Excellent planning and organization skills
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Electronic medical record experience
Experience working with the adult and pediatric population
Knowledge in adult learning styles
Advanced knowledge of electronic medical records for patient charting
Successful instructional training methods for clinical staff and providers