****THIS POSITION WILL BE FILLED IN THAT LOCATION THAT BEST MEETS THE AGENCY NEEDS***Provides training for Regulatory Services staff, provider groups, consumers, and advocates. Serves as nursing consultant and clinical specialist for Education Services Regulatory Joint Training Program. Assists in identifying training needs. Researches and serves as a nursing/clinical/policy consultant for the curriculum development team and evaluates curriculum for the Regulatory Services Program. Communicates at a complex level in order to provide effective field-based training on clinical and regulatory issues for survey staff, provider staff, provider groups, advocates and consumers using approved guidelines and processes. Devotes 50% of time to training and travel throughout the state to provide training.
Essential Job Functions:
Conducts training (50%)
Serves as a nursing consultant and clinical specialist to Education Services Regulatory Joint Training (20%)
Assists in identification of training (10%)
Evaluates curriculum (10%)
Represents Educational Services at planning sessions, committee and workgroups (5%)
Maintains curricula and training materials (5%)
Knowledge Skills Abilities:
Ability to apply adult education principles and practices.
Ability to understand and manage group dynamics.
Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Ability to make decisions quickly and effectively.
Knowledge of the regulatory survey process.
Knowledge of nursing facility regulations and Assisted Living rules. Knowledge of current nursing practices in long term care settings.
Registration or Licensure Requirements:
Must be a Registered Nurse
Initial Selection Criteria:
Experience in giving presentations and facilitating groups.
Experience in working on multiple projects at once.
Ability to work independently.
Experience with the Regulatory Services survey process.
Knowledge of Nursing Facility and Assisted Living Facility regulations.
Alternate locations will be considered.
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