Staff Educator/ Oncology

Northwell Health New York , NY 10007

Posted 2 months ago

Job Description:

Develops and provides orientation, staff development and continuing education for all levels of nursing and related departments.

Responsibilities Include:

1.Formulates and implements orientation program.

  • Assesses new nurses and plans an orientation program based on the level and scope of each individual's learning needs.

  • Plans orient's assignments to provide experience and competence in delivery of care.

  • Evaluates performance of orientee and shares progress with orientee, Nurse Manager, and staff members assisting with orientation.

  • Collaborates with Nurse Manager to identify preceptors for orientee.

  • Maintains documentation of orientee's progress.

2.Provides staff development.

  • Coordinates needs assessments with nursing leadership to plan staff development.

  • Participates in appropriate clinical service meetings and shares information regarding present programs, plans and future offerings.

  • Provides guidance and remediation to nurses participating in staff development.

  • Provides all mandated in-service programs for all tours of duty.

  • Orients staff to new equipment and procedures.

  • Guides staff in providing patient teaching.

3.Functions effectively within organizational structure.

  • Communicates activities affecting orientation, staff development and continuing education with nursing management and clinical services.

  • Actively participates in all aspects of unit and service management meetings.

  • Demonstrates flexible hours to meet education needs of staff as needed.

  • Collaborates with nursing leadership to ensure continuing education/competency assessments/required certifications are up to date.

  • Makes frequent rounds to assess staff education needs and provide intervention as necessary.

  • Organizes and carries out special projects as assigned.

4.Performs related duties, as required.


  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, required. Master's Degree, preferred.

  • Current license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in New York State.

  • BCLS, required.

  • Minimum of four (4) years clinical nursing experience including three (3) years of demonstrated leadership and teaching skills in Nursing; or satisfactory combination of education and experience.

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Staff Educator/ Oncology

Northwell Health