St. David's South Austin Medical Center provides comprehensive care to South Austin and its surrounding communities. Built in 1982, the facility is nationally recognized for its cardiac program, and provides a fully renovated maternity unit with Level I and Level II nurseries as well as a thriving 24/7 Emergency Department.
Coordinates the fulfillment of site-orientation and specific needs by utilizing the nursing process and the principles of adult teaching and learning to assess, plan/design, implement, and evaluate clinical and patient education programs. Serves as a resource person by working cooperatively with the SD Institute as well as other internal and external sources under the general supervision of the Clinical Education Manager.
Serves as patient education resource coordinator for the facility. Participates in community service as requested.
Required: Bachelor's degree in an education or clinical field.
Preferred: Master's preferred in education or nursing.
Required: RN licensed by the TX Board of Nurse Examiners. CPR Certification
Preferred: CPR and ACLS Instructor certification.
Required: Three years nursing health care experience. Basic proficiency in computer applications.
Preferred: Three years experience in clinical course design, development, and instruction.