The Clinical Nurse Educator (CNE) is a position that is characterized by substantial ongoing responsibility and accountability for the education and competency of nursing and clinical staff. This individual must facilitate program integration across discipline and service lines patient populations and the clinical personnel. The CNE will; leverage the electronic medical record to improve clinical outcomes; use an analytical and statistical framework for evaluation of process improvements; use standards of ethics and professional practice to ensure State of New Hampshire regulatory and statutory compliance; guide and mentor all clinical staff in outpatient practices; and work closely with the Organizational Excellence and Compliance Department and practice management to define and implement clinical initiatives.
- Associate's degree or equivalent
- 3 years nursing experience
- Registered Nurse - NH State
- CPR with AED within 6 months of hire
- Documented responsibilities that demonstrate exemplary leadership; experience; and creative approaches to clinical care and care coordination.
- The CNE will forecast new knowledge needs based on a dynamic patient population and evidence based practice to ensure that clinical excellence and office processes remain contemporary and relevant.
- Must be able to use electronic medical record; statistical or analytical framework for the evaluation of data; processes and resources.
- Strong visionary leadership to support and nurture a culture of excellence in nursing practice required.
- Documented success implementing and evaluating service level patient care outcomes and quality improvement activities.
- Evidence of initiating and leading interdisciplinary groups to address concerns related to patient care and system issues.
- Demonstrated self-direction in decision-making; providing clinical direction and administrative oversight.
- Must demonstrate superior interpersonal and team building skills.
- Documented establishment and maintenance of relationships with executive leaders of professional and/or other health related groups within the community.
- Must demonstrate ability to speak and write clearly and concisely as well as prepare and submit regular and special reports as requested.
- Plans and participates in team conferences; workshops; orientation; and in-service education programs to increase the competency of the staff and to addressing concerns relating to system issues.
- Consults with nursing; medical staff; and other disciplines to achieve system goals relating to patient care.
- All other duties as assigned.