At Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services, we are helping to create brighter, healthier futures for our patients and their families. We are the Piedmont Triad's only private psychiatric hospital meeting the chemical dependency illnesses and behavioral healthcare needs of those in our community. Our 162-bed inpatient services for adolescents through senior adulthood offers comprehensive and individual assessments, psychiatric evaluation and medication stabilization, daily group therapy and personalized aftercare planning. We also offer a Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program to ensure the continuum of care for our patients. Old Vineyard is accredited by The Joint Commission and certified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
We are passionate about our work and are looking for individuals who share in this passion. We are currently seeking a Staff Educator to join our talented and caring team. Our ideal candidate will possess strong multitasking skills, the ability to assess educational needs, develop training programs, implement/facilitate educational curriculum, build and maintain positive professional relationships with all hospital staff, as well as demonstrate professional, effective written and verbal communication skills.
Old Vineyard offers competitive pay and an excellent benefits package, including:
Performs in-services as required and/or requested including staff orientation, CPR, CPI, nursing orientation, annual competency fairs, etc. Assess, develops, coordinates, and evaluates staff development programs as needed and appropriate in coordination with hospital leadership.
Develops and coordinates "on the job shadowing" training time for all Nursing Services new-hires during the second week of their employment or as needed for any staff identified as needing additional training. Assists in conducting annual training needs assessment and develop annual training plan/calendar for all employees. Participates in the orientation of new hires.
Assists hospital management in evaluating staff education needs based on audit data, best practices and proactively developing educational opportunities to elevate standards of practice at OVBHS and reviewing hospital strategic plan and Plan for Provision of Care to develop and maintain staff competencies to meet organizational goals (EX. new clinical services or patient populations)
Maintains records (attendance, program descriptions, etc.) of services provided educational programs, orientation, individual education consultation, etc.
Reviews specific areas of clinical practice critical to the population specific care provided by OVBHS. Audits of the implementation of plans of correction to ensure thorough and accurate completion as directed