RN Educator Critical Care
Alaska Regional Hospital - Anchorage, AK

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The Critical Care RN Educator (CCNE) is a highly qualified, expert clinician who possesses advanced care skills and has demonstrated strong critical thinking skills in the face of change, intervention, and crisis. The CCNE consistently demonstrates leadership in the clinical environment and actively participates in achieving Alaska Regional Hospital goals and objectives through unit committees and special projects as defined by the Director of Critical Care Services. The CCNE facilitates interventions to meet patients’ physical, psychological, spiritual, social, cultural and educational needs. The CNEE provides assistance to the unit director with clinical and supervisory support that reflects JCAHO and Hospital Performance Improvement Standards. Specifically, the CCNE will assist in the hiring process, the process of performance evaluations of staff, unit specific meetings, updating policies and procedures, and meeting unit specific financial goals. The CCNE must be able to respond to the immediate or emergent needs of the staff to augment quality patient care for Alaska Regional Hospital . This position requires the CCNE possess excellent interpersonal, time management and communication skills. The CCNE facilitates development of nurses’ caring practices through role modeling, teaching, coaching and/or mentoring; creating an environment in which the daily pursuit of excellence supports the improvement of clinical outcomes.
      Registered Nurse – State of Alaska required

      BLS, ACLS and NIH Required; CCRN Recommended

      2 year/Associate Degree

      Prefer three years clinical supervisory experience

      Minimum requirement: two years of clinical nursing experience in acute care facility

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      For more than 45 years Alaska Regional has been fulfilling the medical needs of Alaskans, continually improving the scope of services and...