Nurse Manager, Outreach Education
- Seattle, WA
Responsible to develop, implement and maintain Outreach Education systems that enhance strategic relationships within Seattle Children’s and with community partners through the provision of health education resources. Responsible to meet programatic growth, continuous performance improvement, customer service, financial, and delivery requirements in support of Seattle Children’s mission, vision and values.
Lead strategic planning process and goal setting for outreach education. Apply business and management expertise to set direction, measure results, and resolve problems. Forecast resource needs to manage resources to ensure financial and operational objectives are met. Plan, communicate, and implement team priorities in strategic planning.
Oversee full department operations as needed, providing leadership to the department. Maintain and assist in development of policies and procedures. Lead and coordinate departmental projects and initiatives. Participate in nursing leadership initiatives, meetings, and processes.
Manage Outreach Education services. Respond to requests for educational information; ensure systems improvements enhance the quality of educational resources, efficiency of office workload, and customer service. Manage conference registration processes, continuing nursing and medical education credit processes, reporting and service evaluation. Conduct needs assessments, provide program promotion, plan objectives, and coordinate programs; provide documentation and evaluation of educational services. Negotiate educational contracts with community agencies; ensure contractual obligations are met. Assist with house-wide nursing educational offerings including participation on planning committees. Planning and oversight of remote access for education from off-site Seattle Children's clinics, outside registrants, and community partners via VTC or Webinar formats. Manage Nursing Video Library from Nursing Grand Rounds.
- Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. A Master’s degree in Nursing may be substituted provided the incumbent also possesses a Bachelor’s degree in another field.
- Minimum of three (3) years Clinical Nursing experience.
- Minimum of one (1) year program planning or adult education experience .
- Demonstrated leadership experience.
- Current Washington State RN licensure.
- Current Pediatric Emergency Assessment, Recognition, and Stabilization (PEARS) certification.
- National certification in a clinical specialty area or leadership must be obtained within three years of employment.
- American Heart Association PALS or PEARS Certified Instructor must be obtained within one year of employment.
- A copy of Bachelor's degree in Nursing or transcripts indicating attainment of Bachelor's degree (or higher) in nursing is to be on record with Human Resources upon hire.
- Recent management experience.
- Masters Degree in Nursing, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or related field.
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