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Nurse Educator Emergency Services

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A hospital in North Carolina is actively seeking a Nurse Educator Emergency Services to join their team.

The Nurse Educator Emergency Services will work for a top-ranked health system known for their acute care and children hospitals, rehab facilities, specialized practices and clinics throughout North Carolina. With over 12,000 employees throughout the state, Forbes Magazine recently ranked this non-profit health system as one of the top health systems to work for in North Carolina. The ED Nurse Educator will be based out of the 250+ bed acute care hospital recognized for their 24/7 emergency department, trauma center, and stroke center filled with board certified emergency medicine physicians, specialists, and ancillary staff all dedicated to providing exceptional patient care.

Reporting to the Director of Professional Development and Nursing Education, the Emergency Services Nursing Educator is responsible for cross collaborating with the ED Nurse Managers and Emergency Department RN Director to oversee all new hire orientation, new hire education, and continuous education for the emergency department. The Nurse Educator Emergency Services will update policy procedures, ensure regulatory compliance, and be an overall resource to their team. Ideally, the ED Nurse Educator will be master's prepared, be a seasoned nurse holding their active RN license, along with a clinical background in emergency or trauma services.

The Nurse Educator Emergency Services will work at a state of the art hospital that is located in a city of North Carolina recognized as the “City of Oaks”. Surrounded by nature, this luscious area is home to over 350,000 residents composed of young working professionals, families, and retirees. Not only is this area of North Carolina known for nationally ranked universities, this metropolitan area offers an exceptional public school system; perfect for raising a family. The ED Nurse Educator will live in a city that offers an even-tempered climate, allowing the RN Educator Emergency Department to spend their summers and winters exploring the great outdoors. With over 9,000 acres of parkland, the Emergency Department Nursing Educator will enjoy walking, jogging and hiking the surrounding trails. The ED Clinical Education Specialist will also enjoy weekend trips to Myrtle Beach and Virginia Beach.

This health system is proud to offer their employees endless opportunities for growth, an opportunity to work alongside dedicated healthcare professionals, and highly competitive compensation plans including exceptional healthcare benefits, generous paid time off, employee assistance and discount programs, tuition reimbursement and more. The hospital is excited to welcome a Nurse Educator Emergency Services to their team, so don’t wait, learn more and apply today!

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