Location: Hollis, NH
The Nurse Trainer supports individuals with developmental disabilities and/or acquired brain disorders. This position involves training and monitoring of staff and providers in all aspects of health care coordination and medication administration under HeM-1201.
Job includes flexible weekday hours, a supportive, multi-disciplinary working environment and the opportunity to utilize your nursing and “people” skills in a Human Services setting.
- Successful candidate will work closely with the Agency and State to oversee medications of clients in accordance with state regulations.
- Instruct the, “Healthcare Coordination and Administration of Medication”, curriculum to home care providers, directly observing Authorized Providers to administer medications safely, collaborating with the healthcare team during quarterly meetings and annual Service Agreements, and visiting homes of client’s receiving Agency services.
- In this role you will also provide medication administration training to staff and independent contractors and supervise staff in relation to medical and health treatment for individuals served.
- You will also complete nursing assessments for each individual assigned as well as provide oversight of ordering prescriptions, medical supplies, scheduling all medical and dental appointments and ensure follow-through with staff and follow up treatment as ordered.
- In this role you will assume responsibility for all nursing care procedures and related health care activities for assigned clients in the Greater Seacoast area in both day and residential programs.
- You will provide direction and oversight to staff for the medical needs of individuals served, consistent with the State Regulations, guardians, physicians and other consulting staff and provide ongoing medical monitoring and quality assurance of residence according to Easterseals' medical policy and procedures.
- Two Years' experience as an RN required within the last 5 years, preferable in the areas of developmental disabilities, home health, or hospital care.
- Candidates must be a Registered Nurse in the state of NH.
- Possess certification as a Nurse Trainer or the ability to obtain certification as mandated by state regulations
- Candidates must have a valid drivers license, automobile insurance, a clean criminal record, and a good driving record.
- Some local area travel required.
- MAP, CPR, and First Aide certification are a condition of employment.
- Excellent communication and listening skills are essential, as is prior experience and comfort working with individuals with developmental and acquired brain disorders.