Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care

  • National Director-Learning and Development Instruction: IPC

    Job Location : Location US-IL-Rosemont
    Scheduled Hours
    40
    Job ID
    2018-7884
  • Come Join the Seasons Team

    Seasons Hospice & Palliative Care is seeking a National Director-Learning and Development Instruction: IPC to join our team of professionals. We make a difference every day to patients and families coping with end of life illness in creating a center of excellence in hospice care.

    Overview

    A national position responsible for promoting positive patient outcomes by creating comprehensive curriculum for virtual IPC training, orientation courses, and service excellence activities, ensuring TRUE HOPE values in quality care. Collaborates with other National Directors of Learning and Development Instruction and Learning and Development Technology team to ensure that training, monitoring and improvement activities are designed to enhance the knowledge/skills/attitudes of Seasons Hospice professionals and are in compliance with all regulatory requirements and accreditation standards. Leads cohorts of new employees through orientation and assesses learning outcomes throughout the process. Assists with project management for deliverables related to training and development needs in their specialty area.

    Qualifications

    Bachelor of Science, Nursing (BSN); Registered Nurse (RN), license in state(s) in which they are assigned.

     

    Certification in Hospice and Palliative Care (CHPN) and Registered Nurse – Board Certified (RN-BC) certification preferred. 

     

    Ability to identify, prioritize, coordinate and implement training exercises for all hospice disciplines. Curriculum development in Hospice or IPC/IPU related content preferred.

     

    Hospice IPC/IPU management and supervisory experience preferred.

     

    Knowledge of federal, state, and local regulatory requirements preferred.

     

    Experience in the state survey process preferred.  Knowledge of the Joint Commission accreditation process preferred.

     

    Excellent verbal and written communication skills; computer literate including demonstrated ability with use of Outlook for e-mail and Calendar Management, Word, Excel, and Power Point/Prezi development.

     

    Excellent personal, administrative and organizational skills.

     

    Experience in influencing and working collaboratively with interdisciplinary teams to keep projects on schedule.

     

    Comfort working independently, managing multiple projects and deadlines, and reprioritizing tasks.

     

    Ability to offer constructive creative guidance to diverse stakeholders within SHPC.

     

    Ability to follow directions and respond well to constructive criticism.

     

    Demonstrated commitment to Seasons Hospice philosophy of care, TRUE HOPE values, vision and mission statements and is an exemplary role model for staff.

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