Taber Street - Staff Development Coordinator/Nurse Educator
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Note: This is a temporary position to fill in for a leave of absence.
The Staff Development Coordinator is responsible for creating and enacting employee training programs in conjunction with Royal goals, as well as Department of Health priorities. The SDC finds creative and interesting techniques to teach the information, helping employees to gain a solid understanding of the material. The SDC is also responsible for facilitating our General Orientation, as well as Dementia Training. The Staff Development Coordinators also assist with the hiring and education of nurses' assistants through our internal training program.
Qualified candidates must possess a current nursing license in the Commonwealth of MA. Associates degree from an accredited school is preferred. Previous experience in staff development in a long-term care or other healthcare setting is preferred. CPR certification is required. Previous experience with Dementia/Geriatric psychiatry is preferred.
Royal Health Group is a family-owned company that offers innovative healthcare and senior living at our 16 facilities throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Our Commitment to our Employees
We value our employees and consider them key members of our healthcare team and our Royal Health Group family. We are committed to investing in their professional growth and education while doing everything within our power to ensure a positive and happy working environment. With competitive pay and benefits, as well as opportunities for professional growth, we aim to provide a unique work environment for all our employees.
Our Commitment to our Residents
We're dedicated to providing the highest standards of personal care for our residents and to meeting their medical, social and spiritual needs in a caring, respectful, home-like environment. We seek to innovate and expand our services to ensure we meet the evolving needs of those in our care. We strive to be a leader in the the fields of short and long-term care and serve as a resource and advocate for those we serve.
Our Commitment to the Community
We believe it's our responsibility to serve the communities around as a resource and advocate. We partner with local businesses, community organizations, senior centers and care providers to bring our expertise and support to those who need it. We run support groups in the community, host educational and enrichment events, share our facilities and more. We are committed to being active members of the communities we serve.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Royal Health Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Royal Health Group complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.