The Nursing Assistant Program Director is responsible for the education, training and growth of enrolled students. This position develops and coordinates validation of the competencies of all students for each class to ensure successful completion of courses and tests. Promotes excellence of proper care and treatment of residents/patients that meets or exceeds the company’s expectations for a result of a smooth transition into the role of a Nursing Assistant. Responsible for mentoring and identifying training needs while providing support to all students. Adheres to federal and state regulations, and follows all extendicare policies and procedures.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITY:
Assesses the learning needs of the students through direct observation, formal learning assessments and indirectly through review of quality improvement and/or program evaluation.
Plans, conducts, monitors and tracks training to meet the state’s training requirements.
Coordinates and participates in the center orientations and multi-center orientations where applicable of all students who successfully pass class. Provides modules during orientation to all students using the appropriate materials under the direction and oversight of the Executive Director of Clinical Service.
Plans, schedules and implements lessons for each class (per state requirements) under the direction and oversight.
Coordinates, implements and maintains organized student files/records for all students in each class.
Recruits and markets students as requested.
Attends state mandatory meetings.
Maintains mandatory credentials per state and federal regulations.
Prepares supplementary education materials as required.
Assists in tracking, evaluating, and measuring the impact of training programs and learning activities on students..
Treats all residents/patients, visitors and staff with courtesy.
Attends and participates in in-service training, Quality Performance Improvement (“QPI”) committees and other meetings as scheduled and directed.
Continuously communicates with Executive, DON and other team members.
Education: licensed as Licensed Practical Nurse or Registered Nurse .
Minimum of two years training experience with preferably in a long-term care setting. Prior role must have been in long-term care within the past three years.
Experience teaching adult learners and/or completion of a train-the-trainer course.
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:
Demonstrable clinical competency and current nursing skills. Strong oral/presentation, written communication skills and basic computer skills. Ability to work with diverse groups of people: residents, families, community members, other staff and volunteers. Meet all health requirements imposed by law. Must have current CPR certification.
METHODS OF APPLICATION
Interests candidates should forward their cv to the email address hr.seawaveng@gmail. com or send name, sex, age, phone no,qualification, and the position applying for to 08*********