Practical Nursing Program Coordinator

We are currently advertising an open call for experienced and passionate RNs to join our dynamic team at Sprott Shaw College in the role of a Practical Nurse Healthcare Program Coordinator. The role of a Healthcare Program Coordinator is accountable for the instruction, support, effective supervision, and evaluation of Practical Nurses in the program.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Monitors, orients, and assists the Campus Director in the operations of PN program
  • Meets regularly with the Campus director keeping him/her informed of student issues
  • Supports in the admissions process of healthcare students
  • Serves as a support person for students, classroom/clinical instructors, and preceptors
  • Liaises with classroom and clinical instructors to problem-solve student issues
  • Organizes, monitors compliance and liaises with practice education sites for student placements and program advisory committee
  • Approves, trains and monitors skills/functions as outlined in the Health Professions Act and in compliance with Hospital policies and practices
  • Schedules, supervises and evaluates the PN and HCA programs
  • Supervises and evaluates performance, especially with regard to clinical skills, professional communications, and professional behaviors
  • Maintains open communication with the Director of Nursing, all PN Coordinators, Curriculum and Operations Team and participates in monthly teleconferences
  • Identifies issues and supports data collection, maintains documentation, summary, and analysis for compliance with Quality Management policies, procedures, and practices
  • Promotes and provides active guidance for Workplace Health and Safety
  • Supports student success in program completion and job success

Required Qualifications:

  • Baccalaureate degree RN and current practicing registration with CRNBC or CRPNBC and 5 years of job-related experience.
  • Completed credential in adult education/equivalent course or in-progress from an accredited post-secondary institution or willing to enroll.
  • Thorough knowledge of case management skills and nursing processes and practices.
  • Leadership experience
  • BC College of Registered Nurses or Psychiatric Nurses

You will only be contacted should you qualify for a position that is available.