Bozeman Health Nurse Educator: Transition to Practice Program Lead (PT- 0.8 FTE) in Bozeman, Montana
This is part-time, 0.8 FTE, 32 hrs/ week position.
The Nurse Educator will develop and implement education and professional development services and programs for health system employees.
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Montana Licensure (Registered Nurse)
Minimum of 3 years clinical nursing experience and/or equivalent health teaching experience
Minimum of 1 year of education/training in administrative, management, and leadership principles and practices
Preferred: Master’s Degree in Nursing
Preferred: Instructor certification in any discipline of American Heath Association (AHA), Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC), Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course (ENPC), Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP), S.T.A.B.L.E. and TeamSTEPPS
Preferred: Certification in Nursing Professional Development and or area of specialty
Preferred: 1 year of experience as a clinical nurse educator or staff development role
Essential Job Functions:
Develops, organizes, promotes, implements, evaluates, and revises nursing professional development activities including, orientation, precepting, transition to practice program, simulations, competency validation, computer-based learning, and continuing education courses throughout the organization.
Serves as a nurse planner for Bozeman Health's Montana Nurses Association Approved Provider Continuing Nursing Education Unit according to MNA and ANCC criteria.
Promotes and supports evidence-based practice; serves as a program administrator of Lippincott Nursing Procedures.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Demonstrates sound judgement, patience, and maintains a professional demeanor at all times.
Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work varied shifts.
Computer applications, MS Office, EMR, internet applications and standard office equipment.
Ability to analyze, organize and prioritize work while meeting multiple deadlines.
Self-directed, completes assignments accurately, thoroughly and with minimal oversight.
Detail oriented, organizational skills and the ability to prioritize.
Strong emotional intelligence, interpersonal and teamwork skills.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to the job classification. They are not to be construed as a contract of any type nor an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by individuals so classified.
Working at Bozeman Health is more than just a job--it's a commitment to caring for the communities of Southwest Montana by being their partner in health and wellness, compassionately delivering the best care for each person, every time. In every role, our employees are inspired by their ability to care for our community and our Culture of Excellence guides each employee to be a high performer, engage in transparent and timely communication, demonstrate dynamic learning and teaching, excel through change, express gratitude and experience joy.