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All Alameda Island Kids staff must be mentally stable, interested in and knowledgeable about school-age children and possess strong interpersonal and relationship skills.

JOB TITLE: Site Director—Alameda Island Kids

ACCOUNTABLITY: Program Director

JOB DEFINITION: The Alameda Island Kids Site Director is responsible for overseeing all aspects of their school site program.

 

AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:

Organizational Mission

Our mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through innovative

programs, activities, and advocacy and to provide before and afterschool child

care services supporting youth and their families through Alameda Island Kids.

*Reflects the mission of Girls Inc. in carrying out all aspects of the job: strong, smart

and bold.

*Implements all policies and procedures of Girls Inc. of the Island City and

communicates them to staff, parents and children.

Supervision/Activities

*Supervises all staff at the site

*Supervises up to 14 children during program activities and 6 children on field trips.

*Creates and follows emergency procedures.

*Creates and maintains a safe, nurturing environment for children and staff.

*Maintains necessary children’s files and staff licensing files on site.

*Plans and implements an age and developmentally appropriate program.

*Attends mandatory Girls Inc./AIK all staff meetings as scheduled.

*Plans and chairs monthly site staff meetings.

*Attends and participates in monthly Site Directors’ meetings.

*Plans and participates in set-up, clean-up and decoration of site.

Public Relations

*Creates and maintains positive relationships with parents, children, school site

staff and Girls Inc. administration.

*Consults with parents and school site staff.

*Assists children to resolve conflicts.

Financial

*Collects and receipts all appropriate fees and forwards to office in a timely manner.

*Purchases supplies for snacks and program and re-caps expenses.

Personnel

*Participates in interviewing and discharging Teachers and Teacher’s Assistants, when

Requested by Program Director.

*Completes time record and collects and approves program staff time records and

forwards to Program Director.

*Approves program staff leave requests and assigns on-call substitutes to cover site.

*Evaluates all site staff.

*Counsels and disciplines site staff, with assistance from Program Director when

necessary.

*Participates in recruiting needed staff and volunteers.

Performs other duties, as assigned by Program Director and/or Executive Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

*Must be 18 years or older

*Minimum 12 units, Early Childhood Education or acceptable alternatives plus 3 units Administration or Supervision (as described in Section 101315 CA Health and Safety Code—Title XXII).

*Experience appropriate to educational and experience levels (as described in Section 101315 CA Health and Safety Code—Title XXII.

*(Prefer) BA/BS in child Development, Human Development, Recreation or Education.

*Current Infant/Child CPR certificate, Infectious Disease and Staff Health, and First Aid and Injury Prevention.

*Upon hire, employee must also provide/complete the following:


  • Mandated Reporting Training on-line AB 1207 Certificate

  • Immunization Records for: TDAP, TB, MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) and Influenza (flu shot optional-can decline with written waiver in file)

Hours of Work: 


  • Exempt, full-time salaried position with benefits.

  • AM/PM schedule based on hours of operation at each school.

  • Site Directors work full-time during the school year, and have the option to take time off for 11 weeks during the summer or the option to work during the summer at Girls Inc. summer camps.


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KIDDIE ACADEMY OF ALMADEN VALLEY is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic DIRECTOR for their preschool / educational daycare center in Almaden Valley neighborhood of San Jose, California.

Kiddie Academy is a leader in education-based child care with over 200 academies located in 24 states. Our Almaden Valley child care center is state-of-the-art, with capacity to enroll 164 children, from ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. Kiddie Academy of Almaden Valley offers full & part time care and summer camp programs.

Director responsibilities include, but are not limited to:


  • Oversee day-to-day operations and maintain a center that meets or exceeds company guidelines, licensing requirements, health regulations, and fire codes, as well as keep all permits and licenses current

  • Conduct tours for prospective parents, recruit and enroll new families, and assist management’s efforts to quickly ramp up and meet the academy’s enrollment goals

  • Create and execute local marketing plans (both internal and external) necessary to drive new enrollment and maintain desired capacity

  • Recruit, train and retain quality staff; Manage staff scheduling and other personnel-related matters

  • Establish strong positive working relationships and communicate effectively with corporate office, staff, parents, children, state licensing authorities, vendors and other members of the community

  • Manage the finances of the center according to the business plan and within budgetary guidelines; Ensure all finance-related record keeping requirements are met

Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s Degree in early childhood education – Masters preferred

  • 6+ years of experience in early childhood education setting

  • 3+ years of experience as a Director of licensed child care programs

  • Successful track record recruiting and enrolling new families into child care programs

  • Deep understanding of NAEYC and/or NAC accreditation and California state licensing standards

  • Excellent leadership, motivational, and organizational skills required

  • Strong customer service and communication skills (both written and oral) required

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Office 365, as well as general computer knowledge

  • Experience with managing budgets and implementing marketing programs

  • Physical agility, high energy, and ability to work both indoors and outdoors

  • Qualified candidates only.

Benefits:


  • Competitive Salary and Benefits Package, including health/dental insurance, 401K, paid vacation, and ongoing trainings

Kiddie Academy is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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This is a rare and desirable long-term position in an educational low-pressure showroom. If you have experience as a Piano Teacher, Piano Educator, Retail Sales Associate or Representative and can play the piano, or Customer Service and can play the piano, this position could be right for you! Fluent English / Mandarin and experience with Excel are a plus! Base plus Commission, plus Override for Management Position. Read our reviews and you will learn that we do not push any customer to purchase. We are an educational showroom, and a comfortable environment for both the Piano Specialist and the Customer. YOU MUST PLAY THE PIANO, and be personable and comfortable interfacing with the general public. We will train and pay you during your training period. Product includes acoustic and digital pianos from entry level $1,600 to $100,000+ prestige instruments. Flexible part-time or full-time schedule, 4 or 5 days per week (Your Choice), with most weekends mandatory. 70% of the sales occur on the weekend. Great high customer traffic location, directly across from Bank of America and Westfield Valley Fair Mall, and two blocks east of Santana Row with plenty of free parking in back. If you have a passion for the piano, and like interfacing with people, consider joining our team. This position has the potential to earn a significant income with paid vacation, medical benefits available, and opportunity for advancement. Feel free to contact Dave Gatt directly at: 925 997-2262 (cell/text), with any questions.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $45,000.00 to $70,000.00 /year

Experience:


  • Piano playing: 3 years (Preferred)

License:


  • Drivers (Preferred)

Work authorization:


  • United States (Preferred)

Additional Compensation:


  • Commission

  • Bonuses

  • Store Discounts

Work Location:


  • One location

Benefits:


  • Health insurance

Hours per week:


  • 30-39

Typical start time:


  • 10AM

Typical end time:


  • 7PM

This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:


  • People-oriented -- enjoys interacting with people and working on group projects


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THE ORGANIZATION

Lighthouse Community Public Schools

Social justice movements come in all shapes, and sizes.  Here at Lighthouse Community Public Schools we are engaged in an educational  movement that goes beyond our classrooms, working to disrupt educational inequities by providing our students and families exceptional educational opportunities every day. Grounded in our core values of community, integrity, agency, love, and social justice rooted in EL Education Model, LCPS is a leader in fostering innovative schools achieving exceptional student outcomes where each child is at the center of their own learning. Our mission is to prepare diverse students for college, a career of their choice, and to bey lifelong changemakers.Founded in 2002, LCPS operates a high-achieving K-12 public charter school, and our K-8 sister site, Lodestar, that opened in Fall 2016; serving nearly 1,300 students in East Oakland. Lighthouse is a beacon for public education and our graduates fulfill the promise of a better, brighter Oakland. 95% of our graduates, almost all of whom are first-generation college students, are accepted into four-year colleges. We were named the Hart Vision Charter School of the Year in 2013, and the #1 high school for closing achievement gaps for low-income Latino students in 2016. If the work we do here at LCPS appeals to your values regarding quality education for all then please join our movement!  Learn more at www.lighthousecharter.org

THE OPPORTUNITY

LCPS is seeking a dedicated and equity-focused Director of Special Education and Student Serviceswho exhibits an exceptional commitment to all young people. The Director of Special Education and Student Services oversees the planning, development, organization, management, direction, and implementation of all aspects of all Student Services programs for LCPS and our schools, including: Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS); crisis management, including services for homeless and foster youth; compliance, program, and staffing for students with IEPs and 504 plans; attendance; and mental health and wellness programs. The Director is also responsible for managing external partnerships and contractors that provide services for students and families and liaising with our SELPA. The Director should possess strong knowledge and experience of current Special Education laws as well as demonstrate strong skills in leadership, management and shared decision-making, and the ability to achieve results and to inspire the achievement of our teachers and leaders in administering effective and compliant special education and intervention programs that eliminate disproportionality where it exists and ensure access and achievement for all students.This is an exciting opportunity for an inspiring, innovative, committed, and equity-focused organizational and instructional leader who is energized to lead within a Family of Schools and is passionate about transformational growth for the students, families, and staff you will serve and our Oakland community.

DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SERVICES & SPECIAL EDUCATION

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES AND OUTCOMES



  • Oversight and implementation of Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) Vision and Structures, including:


    • Collaborating with school leaders, teachers and other staff and partners to identify and assess student needs, identify students not making adequate academic progress and ensure appropriate interventions.

    • Monitoring the efficacy of supports, services, interventions, and resource and staffing allocations to ensure they are based on need and resulting in increased access and outcomes for students.

    • The interaction between discipline processes and tiered supports

    • Providing professional development in tiered systems of support for socio-emotional, behavioral and academic programs.




  • Management of Student Services, Crises and Complaints


    • Serving as lead for responding to serious student and family crises and complaints and supports principals and other site admin in managing and navigating student and family issues as they arise

    • Coordinating services for Homeless and foster youth

    • Guiding, directing, and participating in serious discipline processes, including student suspensions and expulsions.

    • Oversight of attendance systems across sites with a focus on ensuring disproportionality is addressed

    • 504 Compliance and coordination of programs and services




  • Oversight of the Special Education Program Model including:


    • Ensuring continuous improvement and coordination of Special Education services and compliance for Students with IEPs

    • Providing training for special education staff regarding new legal mandates, best practices, etc.  

    • Reviewing caseloads with school leadership and district staff on a regular basis to ensure consistency, compliance, and maximization of resources throughout our schools.  

    • Overseeing the supervision, evaluation, hiring and training of certificated (school psychologist and teachers) and classified staff (paraeducators) in coordination with site administrators and CAO.  

    • Serving as an administrator at complex IEP meetings as needed




  • Team Management & Facilitation


    • Seating, convening, and facilitating various teams to support student services and special education programs. May include: MTSS, Special Education, and Attendance teams, and other teams as need is identified.

    • Leading and coordinating professional development for teams as appropriate to support use of data and best practice in service of all students.





  • Student Mental Health & Wellness: 


    • Oversight of counseling programs and supports from both internal and external partners




  • Compliance & Fiscal Stewardship


    • Providing leadership and vision to ensure compliance in matters relating to student discipline, alternative education, child welfare and attendance, guidance services, and school safety.  

    • Monitoring and ensuring LCPS compliance with IDEA, ADA, OCR, CRDC and federal and state regulations and ensures that all practices in the district are legal and ethical for each student/family so that each child has the opportunity to achieve at a high level and be prepared for post-secondary success.

    • Management and monitoring of budget and fiscal resources related to student services programming, including from state/federal grants, for the purpose of ensuring that LCPS and program resources are efficiently and effectively utilized and to improve student achievement for all students. 




  • External Partner & Community Stakeholder Communication & Management


    • Managing external partnerships and contractors providing services (special education, counseling, etc.) for students and liaise with SELPA

    • Engaging in external community outreach and engagement in partnership with family engagement team, as needed, including support for enrollment processes



  • Other duties as assigned by supervisor

QUALIFICATIONS:


  • At least 5-7 years of successful Special Education teaching, pupil services, and/or instructional leadership experience required

  • Experience working in urban education serving students of color from low-income backgrounds

  • MA in education or related field required; administrative credential, preferred

  • Appropriate CA credential either in Special Education or Pupil Services, required 

  • Supervisory & management experience, including coaching and evaluation of teachers, paraeducators, and other staff

  • Knowledge and experience of overseeing compliance with Special Education laws, MTSS and effective intervention and acceleration systems, and other populations of students disproportionality under-achieving and/or under-resourced or accessed.

  • Experience working in Oakland schools preferred; charter school experience, a plus,

  • EL Education or Linked Learning experience, a plus.

  • Spanish fluency, preferred,

SUPERVISION

This position reports to: Chief Academic Officer (CAO). 

TIME COMMITMENT

This position is a full-time salaried exempt 12-month position that follows the 220-day school year and summer schedule. Includes approximately 5 weeks of paid holidays/breaks during the school year in addition to 10 days of vacation time during the summer. Start date is July 1, 2020 with some paid time in the spring to provide opportunities to engage with stakeholders and work with the leadership team prior to fully coming onboard as negotiated with CAO.

COMPENSATION

Commensurate with experience. Competitive benefits package and generous time off and vacation policies.

TO APPLY

People of color and bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.  Interested candidates should submit:


  • Resume

  • Cover letter describing your interest in this position and why you are an optimal fit

  • 4-5 references with Name, Email, Phone Number and Title/nature of working relationship

Application submission screening and initial phone interviews will be completed on a rolling basis.  In-person interviews and performance tasks will take place on-site.   

Lighthouse Community Public School is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity at all levels.


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Galileo is looking for program visionaries to direct current or new Camp Galileo and Galileo Summer Quest sites for the 2020 season. Summer Program Directors (internally referred to as “Camp Directors”) are outstanding leaders who assume overall leadership of a summer day camp location, including staff hiring and management, day-to-day operations, and creating a joy-filled camp culture.

We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups and people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Who are you? 



  • You’re inspired by Galileo’s mission and purpose. Innovation education, project-based learning, youth empowerment, and creating safe, inclusive spaces all speak to the very heart of who you are.


  • You’re an experienced, creative, fun-loving leader. You’re as comfortable resolving conflict between two campers as you are mentoring your staff or putting your own unique spin on a classic game. 


  • You’re communicative and trustworthy. As a relationship-builder and mentor, you measure your own success in large part by the success of those around you, and care deeply about helping them meet professional development goals. 


  • You’re an organized, problem-solving manager. You love fine-tuning operational logistics, ensuring program efficiency, and learning new strategies for driving overall performance. 


  • You’re ready to grow. You know that true mastery requires commitment, effort, thoughtful feedback, personal reflection, and implementation of lessons learned. 

 

Who are we?

We think the world needs innovators. We also think kids who learn to explore and fail without fear—the essence of innovation—are happier, more creative and more confident when faced with life’s challenges. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own.Founded in 2002, Galileo operates summer day camp programs at 70+ locations throughout the Bay Area, SoCal, and Chicago. Our mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world, and we reach this mission through employment of our unique pedagogy, the . We’re ranked #1 for Best Places to Work in the Bay Area by the SF Business Times (and been on the list for ten consecutive years!), and were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies. Being a Galileo Camp Director means joining an organization that is a model of innovative learning, with a company-wide commitment to and broadening our impact. about our financial assistance program and other community efforts.

What’s the job, really?

Most Camp Directors have full-time jobs during the school year, and commit ~15 hours each week to their Camp Director role pre-camp (January-May/June), with 3-4 additional weekends of training. As summer rolls around, Directors work 55-65 hours each week during camp (and most camps run 5-8 weeks). For more details on this unique schedule, review the , and . 



  • You’ll brilliantly build, lead, and maintain your camp community. From mastering operations to nurturing and retaining staff to creating camp culture and traditions, you’ll work to identify and execute on your program vision, ensuring our campers have their most magical summers ever.  


  • You’ll hire, train, collaborate with, and develop a team of anywhere from 5-50+ summer staff. You’ll be a supportive manager with high expectations, who takes this part of your role seriously. You’ll actively evaluate potential—both strengths and areas of growth—and will thoughtfully push your team to greatness in ways that have an astounding ripple effect.


  • You’ll create and build partnerships like a boss. As the face of Galileo in the community you serve, you’ll work closely with your manager on navigating grassroots marketing efforts, local staff recruiting, your host school relationship, and consistently delivering exceptional service to our camper families. 


  • You’ll leverage existing (and carefully crafted) training and resources to masterfully manage your time and responsibilities, efficiently tracking your workflow details and calendar in the pre-season.

 

What are we looking for?


  • College graduate or equivalent work experience

  • Experience working with K-8th grade children

  • Demonstrated leadership experience (staff hiring and management experience a plus)

  • Ability to work part-time January through May/June (~15 hours per week), and full-time in summer

  • Camp experience is a bonus, though not required 

  • Readiness to stick around; we find that our team and team members benefit from a 3 year minimum commitment

 

Benefits & Compensation



  • Financial reward. A first year California Camp Director typically earns $12,000-$15,000, with up to 20-40% annual increases in subsequent years. Galileo is unusual in that Camp Directors participate in—and benefit from—the financial success of their camps through our bonus program.


  • Lasting positive impact on kids, staff, families, and communities. As a Galileo Camp Director, you’ll develop meaningful, multi-year relationships with staff members, campers and families. You’ll inspire the spark of camp, helping kids see themselves as true innovators.


  • Leadership training & professional development. You’ll receive unique and exceptional training including weekend management training retreats, weekly individual coaching throughout the camp season, mentorship, and access to Galileo’s network of prominent educational leaders. Camp Directors are given the tools, framework, community, and support to take ownership of and implement a fully-developed program. 


  • Opportunity. As Galileo grows, we’re often looking for Regional Directors, curriculum creators, and other full-time staff. Successful Camp Directors are likely candidates for such opportunities. We also have an extensive list of recruiting partners, which connect our staff with outstanding opportunities outside of Galileo.


  • Community. You’ll become part of a current and former Galileo staff network of over 10,000 inspiring changemakers. Former Galileans stay connected, and have even gone on to create successful non-profit organizations together! Learn more about our staff . 


  • Free camp. We offer either free camp sessions or significant camp discounts to all Galileo staff.  

 

Work Location

January-May/June: With the exception of weekend retreats, summer staff interviews, and occasional marketing/recruiting events, most pre-camp season work is done remotely.Summer: When it comes to camp assignments, we take your location preferences into consideration, and have ongoing, open dialogue about location options throughout the process.

 


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Galileo is looking for program visionaries to direct current or new Camp Galileo and Galileo Summer Quest sites for the 2020 season. Summer Program Directors (internally referred to as “Camp Directors”) are outstanding leaders who assume overall leadership of a summer day camp location, including staff hiring and management, day-to-day operations, and creating a joy-filled camp culture.

We value divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups and people of diverse backgrounds to apply.

Who are you? 



  • You’re inspired by Galileo’s mission and purpose. Innovation education, project-based learning, youth empowerment, and creating safe, inclusive spaces all speak to the very heart of who you are.


  • You’re an experienced, creative, fun-loving leader. You’re as comfortable resolving conflict between two campers as you are mentoring your staff or putting your own unique spin on a classic game. 


  • You’re communicative and trustworthy. As a relationship-builder and mentor, you measure your own success in large part by the success of those around you, and care deeply about helping them meet professional development goals. 


  • You’re an organized, problem-solving manager. You love fine-tuning operational logistics, ensuring program efficiency, and learning new strategies for driving overall performance. 


  • You’re ready to grow. You know that true mastery requires commitment, effort, thoughtful feedback, personal reflection, and implementation of lessons learned. 

 

Who are we?

We think the world needs innovators. We also think kids who learn to explore and fail without fear—the essence of innovation—are happier, more creative and more confident when faced with life’s challenges. And we think kids with these skills are more likely to change our world and be the masters of their own.Founded in 2002, Galileo operates summer day camp programs at 70+ locations throughout the Bay Area, SoCal, and Chicago. Our mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world, and we reach this mission through employment of our unique pedagogy, the . We’re ranked #1 for Best Places to Work in the Bay Area by the SF Business Times (and been on the list for ten consecutive years!), and were named one of Forbes’ Best Small Companies. Being a Galileo Camp Director means joining an organization that is a model of innovative learning, with a company-wide commitment to and broadening our impact. about our financial assistance program and other community efforts.

What’s the job, really?

Most Camp Directors have full-time jobs during the school year, and commit ~15 hours each week to their Camp Director role pre-camp (January-May/June), with 3-4 additional weekends of training. As summer rolls around, Directors work 55-65 hours each week during camp (and most camps run 5-8 weeks). For more details on this unique schedule, review the , and . 



  • You’ll brilliantly build, lead, and maintain your camp community. From mastering operations to nurturing and retaining staff to creating camp culture and traditions, you’ll work to identify and execute on your program vision, ensuring our campers have their most magical summers ever.  


  • You’ll hire, train, collaborate with, and develop a team of anywhere from 5-50+ summer staff. You’ll be a supportive manager with high expectations, who takes this part of your role seriously. You’ll actively evaluate potential—both strengths and areas of growth—and will thoughtfully push your team to greatness in ways that have an astounding ripple effect.


  • You’ll create and build partnerships like a boss. As the face of Galileo in the community you serve, you’ll work closely with your manager on navigating grassroots marketing efforts, local staff recruiting, your host school relationship, and consistently delivering exceptional service to our camper families. 


  • You’ll leverage existing (and carefully crafted) training and resources to masterfully manage your time and responsibilities, efficiently tracking your workflow details and calendar in the pre-season.

 

What are we looking for?


  • College graduate or equivalent work experience

  • Experience working with K-8th grade children

  • Demonstrated leadership experience (staff hiring and management experience a plus)

  • Ability to work part-time January through May/June (~15 hours per week), and full-time in summer

  • Camp experience is a bonus, though not required 

  • Readiness to stick around; we find that our team and team members benefit from a 3 year minimum commitment

 

Benefits & Compensation



  • Financial reward. A first year California Camp Director typically earns $12,000-$15,000, with up to 20-40% annual increases in subsequent years. Galileo is unusual in that Camp Directors participate in—and benefit from—the financial success of their camps through our bonus program.


  • Lasting positive impact on kids, staff, families, and communities. As a Galileo Camp Director, you’ll develop meaningful, multi-year relationships with staff members, campers and families. You’ll inspire the spark of camp, helping kids see themselves as true innovators.


  • Leadership training & professional development. You’ll receive unique and exceptional training including weekend management training retreats, weekly individual coaching throughout the camp season, mentorship, and access to Galileo’s network of prominent educational leaders. Camp Directors are given the tools, framework, community, and support to take ownership of and implement a fully-developed program. 


  • Opportunity. As Galileo grows, we’re often looking for Regional Directors, curriculum creators, and other full-time staff. Successful Camp Directors are likely candidates for such opportunities. We also have an extensive list of recruiting partners, which connect our staff with outstanding opportunities outside of Galileo.


  • Community. You’ll become part of a current and former Galileo staff network of over 10,000 inspiring changemakers. Former Galileans stay connected, and have even gone on to create successful non-profit organizations together! Learn more about our staff . 


  • Free camp. We offer either free camp sessions or significant camp discounts to all Galileo staff.  

 

Work Location

January-May/June: With the exception of weekend retreats, summer staff interviews, and occasional marketing/recruiting events, most pre-camp season work is done remotely.Summer: When it comes to camp assignments, we take your location preferences into consideration, and have ongoing, open dialogue about location options throughout the process.

 


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A fantastic career opportunity for Clinical Nurse Educator of Emergency Department ED is now available with a reputable non profit Medical Center in coastal, beautiful and sunny Northern California!

The Emergency Room ER Clinical Nurse Educator will be part of one of the prominent health care facility in the area and is known for outstanding programs in heart care, orthopedics, rehabilitation, robotic surgery, stroke care and women's health. The emergency room is one of the nation's most technologically advanced intensive care and emergency facilities.

The Emergency Department ED Clinical Practice Educator will oversee staff development in the ER department. Under a new Clinical Practice Model, the Emergency Room ER Clinical Nurse Educator will focus on staff development and lead efforts related to the identification, implementation and evaluation of unit specific education, patient education and evidence-based practice.

Reporting to the Nurse Director of Education and Nursing Director of Emergency Department, the Emergency Room ER Clinical Nurse Educator will utilize the Clinical Leadership Model to optimize the role resulting in a highly educated and competent advanced practice staff that produces positive patient outcomes.

The National Nursing Staff Development Model has been adopted as the theoretical foundation for this role. The Emergency Department ED Clinical Nurse Educator will focus on the following: orientation, competency program, in-service education, continuing education, career development/role transition, research and scholarship, and establish academic partnerships with the local colleges and universities.

The Emergency Room ER Senior Nurse Educator will work in one of the most technologically advanced emergency care facilities in the nation with ongoing commitment to clinical excellence and patient-focused care. 

The hospital offers the opportunity for career advancement and diversity. The hospital enjoys and promotes a friendly environment with staff experience ranging from new graduates to those who have worked on the unit for over 30 years. Benefits include a self-scheduling model, trained preceptors, and 24/7 leadership on the unit. Join the prestigious team now!


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This outstanding hospital in the San Francisco Bay Area is actively interviewing for an Interventional Cardiac Tech Hospital Educator. Apply today and be a part of this well-respected organization.


Actively remaining on the forefront of clinical advances, this organization has built a name for itself and has received a variety of accolades over the years. With inpatient services such as Pediatrics, Emergency, Critical Care, Surgical Services, and Behavior Health to name a few. 


In this role the Cardiac Radiology Hospital Educator will get the chance to take the lead in this specialized field. Clinically this requires one of the following certifications – RCIS, CI, or VI. You will be an expert in interventional radiology. You will collaborate with Interventional Radiology leaders in the development of the ongoing education program for this organization’s distinguished staff. Specifically, this entails implementation of a standardized process by which you can employ methods to educate on topics of imaging, quality, and patient care and safety.


Located in the South Bay Area - you’ll enjoy the unparalleled amenities your new home will offer. You’ll relish in the beauty of the Pacific Coast and charmed by the urban landscapes. You will be far enough from the city to enjoy the serenity of this quiet region, while having the city and all its pleasures in your backyard. Your new home will offer an endless menu selection of the world’s best multicultural cuisine, an eclectic and respected music and art scene, professional sports teams, a distinguished and evolving science and technology sector, and a pet friendly community. Additionally, the Peninsula provides you with multiple public and private transit options to make your commute efficient and affordable. 


This hospital is prepared to offer a very competitive salary, relocation assistance, and a full range of perks and benefits including free Uber and Lyft transportation to work. Take the next step in your career and join this fantastic hospital as their new Cardiac Tech Hospital Educator


 


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An exciting career opportunity for a Operating Room Clinical Nurse Educator  is now available with a large stable hospital in warm and beautiful location of Northern California.

The hospital takes pride in research leadership and utilizing the latest technological and clinical practice. Therefore, the Clinical Nurse Educator of Perioperative Services will be able to work in a department with state of the art equipment to offer excellent patient care in the community.

Under the collaboration and direction of the Nurse Director of Surgical Services and Director of Clinical Education, the Operating Room Clinical Nurse Educator is responsible for the effective implementation of staff orientation and education in the Operating Room, Pre-Op, PACU, Endoscopy, Children's Surgery and Sterile Processing departments.

The Operating Room Clinical Nurse Educator will promote excellence in nursing as a resource and a role model of the Professional Practice Model: Center of Excellence for the Perioperative staff members. The Surgical Services Clinical Nurse Educator will work as an advanced practice nurse who applies an expanded range of practical, theoretical, and evidence-based competencies to the dynamic and diverse patient care populations and environments within the Surgery service line.

Through direct observation and participation in patient and family care, the Perioperative Services Clinical Nurse Educator will assess, plan, implement and evaluate strategies to maintain excellence in patient care. Utilizing the Operating Room Nurse Educator roles of practitioner, educator, consultant, researcher, and leader in collaboration with the health care team, the OR Clinical Nurse Educator will an active participate in quality improvement projects to promote improved nursing-sensitive, patient outcomes.

The hospital offers generous compensation and benefits package. It is also located in strategic location with great schools and wide variety of leisurely activities.  Join now!


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A fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic RN Nurse Educator in the San Francisco Bay Area. A 250+ bed, award-winning hospital has a rare opening for a Clinical Nurse Educator of Emergency Department ED, looking to be filled quickly!


This medical center is the preeminent facility for neurosciences, orthopedics, cancer care and cardiovascular care in the San Francisco Bay Area making it the standard to follow by all other hospitals locally. Supporting these outstanding service offerings is a nationally recognized and awarded Emergency Department. The Emergency Room Nurse Educator ER will play a significant role in developing educational initiatives to keep this hospital on top for years to come. The Clinical Nurse Educator of Emergency Department ED will be a welcome addition to this excellence. 


The Clinical Nurse Educator of Emergency Department ED will report to the Manager of Clinical Education, while also being a leader to the development of clinical professionals. This acute care medical center wants the Emergency Department Educator to enhance the quality of patient outcomes, by bridging the gap with strong clinical education, process improvement, program management, and nursing research/evidence-based practices. This leadership position will help intertwine these practices through cross-campus delivery.


The Clinical Nurse Educator of Emergency Department ED will report to the Manager of Clinical Education, as well as the Director of Critical Care. This person will work closely with unit leadership to develop curriculum and engage a large staff in clinical education for the Emergency Room ER. Among this staff are Trauma Certified Registered Nurses (TCRN), Certified Emergency Nurses (CEN), Emergency Nurse Practitioners, and Clinical Nurse Specialist / Leaders, and other ED personnel.   


This leadership position will provide expertise for Clinical Professional Development in this highly respected Emergency Department. The Emergency Room RN Educator ER, will use evidence-based practices, supporting the highest quality patient outcomes possible. The Clinical Nurse Educator Emergency Department ED will be a leader and mentor to the Emergency Nursing Staff, by giving the best in-service education, as well as providing career advice and personal growth opportunities.


The surrounding area has gained the reputation for having the country’s most consistent and beautiful weather.  Whether you appreciate fine dining, relaxing on the beach, beautiful hikes that surround you with Redwoods or endless entertainment opportunities this Peninsula has something to offer anyone.


This Award-winning facility is prepared to offer the Clinical Nurse Educator of Emergency Department ED a highly competitive compensation and benefits package. This opportunity is one you don't want to miss out on!


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