KPPAAC Director Of Staff Development

San Leandro, California
May 11, 2024
Jun 04, 2024
Job Summary:

Plan, implement, direct and evaluate the education program in the facility based on identified resident needs, staff needs and federal, state and local regulations.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate resident and staff needs, and provide the Administrator and Director of Nursing with comprehensive recommendations concerning the educational needs of all facility staff. Prepare lesson plans containing objectives, course content, method of instruction and method of evaluation for each class scheduled and completed. Supervise classroom and clinical activities of nursing staff. Implement education programs on all tours of duty, including new employee orientation programs, on an ongoing basis. Consistently operate the education department program within the budget guidelines. Perform other related duties as directed by his/her supervisor.

  • Interpret and implement established facility policies, procedures and regulations for nursing staff. Maintain records for nursing assistants and licensed nurses current certifications/licenses, expiration dates and other required records.

  • Supervise and evaluate nursing conformance to facility policies, procedures and regulations. Assume accountability for all data contained in the employees handbook.

  • Plan and provide the Administrator and Director of Nursing Service with an annual schedule of education Programs. Plan, schedule and post monthly calendar of education programs in a timely manner. Maintain current education records of classes conducted, attendance and clinical performance of each nursing assistant. Maintain an education profile for each nursing assistant, listing each class attended, date, time period and evaluation of performance.

  • Manage the approved education program, and submit approval forms as required by the state agency. Submit, in writing, any program changes to appropriate regulatory agency. Continually assess the education program to assure implementation of the approved program.

  • Participate in the employee evaluation process by providing attendance records and observation of nursing staff performance to the Director of Nursing. Assume Quality Assurance duties as assigned. Consistently work cooperatively with residents, nursing supervisor, other licensed nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, families, consultants, community agencies and ancillary service personnel.

  • Observe and teach the facility infection control, safety and Residents Rights policies and procedures to all staff. Be responsible for the safety of residents under his/her supervision.

  • Assume responsibility for obtaining continuing education relating to the care of the geriatric resident and nursing education.

  • Kaiser Permanente conducts compensation reviews of positions on a routine basis. At any time, Kaiser Permanente reserves the right to reevaluate and change job descriptions, or to change such positions from salaried to hourly pay status. Such changes are generally implemented only after notice is given to affected employees.

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