The Staff Development Director is responsible for developing, organizing, implementing, evaluating, and directing staff development programs.
Establishes and implements comprehensive orientation programs for community personnel. Plans, implements, and evaluates ongoing education programs for nurses, CNA-NARs, and other community personnel based on educational needs. Develops, implements, and evaluates community goals, objectives, and standards of practice and care, and community policies and procedures. Observes and provides instruction to nursing department personnel.
We are looking for someone that enjoys educating staff on nursing competentcies and other misc. topics to meet federal and state regulations. Ideally, applicants will be willing to teach a CNA class (half of it would be online modules) periodically.
This position will also be reponsible for the Infection Control Program and the Restorative Nursing Program in the Skilled Nursing Facility.
The Assistant Director of Nursing (ADON) is responsible for the supervision and coordination of the clinical unit and growth of the facility and community resources.
Provides comprehensive standards, practices, and programs that meet the needs and best interests of the facility and residents. Develops and facilitates growth within the Nursing Department by managing the training, development, and performance of the staff. Performs assessments; develops and implements appropriate plan of care based on the residents’ needs. Evaluates the plan of care and makes the necessary changes as needed.