Are you a Registered Nurse with training and mentoring expertise in the long-term care industry? Then we would like to talk to you about our opening for a Staff Development Director at Maryville, a 181-bed long-term care and skilled nursing facility on the tree-lined, 43-acre campus of the Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon in Beaverton.

Our new Staff Development Director will be responsible for assisting with the hire and orientation of all new staff including CNAs, caregivers and licensed nurses, ongoing education needs of all facility staff, policy development, coordination of some patient care services, as well as daily collaboration with the director of nursing and administrator related to other short-term projects. The successful candidate will have a solid understanding of the long-term care industry and experience teaching and coaching adult learners, both in a classroom setting and at the patient bedside. The proven ability to communicate clearly and develop collaborative relationships with team members is also critical. This position will also fill in for admission nurse during absences.
As a Maryville employee, you will receive benefits including:
  • Medical/vision and dental insurance
  • Paid vacation and sick time
  • Life insurance and AD&D coverage
  • Flexible Spending Account for medical & dependent care
  • 403(b) Plan with employer match
  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Current LPN or RN Oregon License
  • Proficiency with Microsoft applications and electronic medical records systems
  • Proficiency with the operation of common Audio/Visual equipment
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • The ability to organize/prioritize work, manage multiple tasks and projects, and function effectively as a self-directed leader of multiple initiatives
  • Ability to work occasional evenings, nights and weekends, based on facility needs
  • Ability to help support the staffing desk
  • Insight and input into recruiting, hiring, and onboarding
  • Proficient in providing education in both CNA and Licensed Nurse clinical competencies
  • Assist in infection control practices in regards to vaccine management for both staff and residents
  • Ability to create educational tools such as PowerPoint presentations that reflect current Federal and State regulatory requirements
  • Must be comfortable teaching in the classroom, at bedside and remotely (Zoom, Team, Google)
SSMO Sponsored ministries encourage people from all backgrounds, communities and industries to apply.

This is a management position
This is a full time position

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