The Regional Education Coordinator (REC) is responsible for a variety of duties to provide education for Service Members, veterans and their families on the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury. Th REC coordinates/facilitates and/or provides TBI education for providers, clinicians and all members of the healthcare team who are involved in the care of Service Members and veterans with traumatic brain injury. The REC delivers education programs directly to families, spouses, ancillary staff, and the military and civilian community on traumatic brain injury. The REC coordinates projects for patient/family and community awareness initiatives.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (Not listed in order of importance; other duties may be assigned consistent with the below responsibilities)
· Assists in the development of Traumatic Brain Injury educational initiatives aimed at teaching the healthcare team.
· Assures that providers are aware of and understand new clinical care standards of practice for traumatic brain injury.
· Works collaboratively with the clinical staff in providing educational opportunities for the multi-disciplinary team involved in the care of military and veterans with TBI.
· Delivers education programs and/or provides information on TBI to Service Members, veterans, families and civilians.
· Assists in the development of education programs tailored to target audiences.
· Provides consultation to military and veterans sites related to TBI educational issues.
· Conducts outreach activities within region to expand opportunities to provide TBI education and information about DVBIC programs/services.
· Serves as a resource for information and education on TBI at the site and for the region.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience:
· BA/BS degree (required).
· A minimum of 2 years of experience teaching on healthcare or related topics.
· Experience in the care of patients with TBI – in-patient, out-patient, or rehabilitation settings.
· Prior experience within the DoD/VA systems of care strongly preferred.
· Experience with the development of curriculum development for the healthcare field; specifically for curriculum used to educate patients, providers, leaders, and the general public on health related issues.
· Proficient in MS Office suite of products (strong emphasis on PowerPoint), Publisher, Analyst Notebook.
· Previous knowledge of Wounded Warrior Operational support preferred.
· Knowledge of TBI, health care and care for the traumatic brain injured patient required. Experience with developing and teaching on healthcare topics and TBI required.
· Excellent communications skills to include: public speaking, facilitation, interpersonal, networking and building collaborations required.
· Must be able to work independently; as well as function as part of a team.
· Computer proficiency – software and hardware as related to educational program development for both presentations and database management required.
· Excellent time management and organizational skills, creativity and must be flexible a must.
· Adheres to legal, professional and ethical codes with respect to confidentiality and privacy.
· Strong interpersonal skills.
· Ability to quickly assess varied situations and assist in development of solutions working with team members.
· Ability to organize, prioritize and meet deadlines.
· Self-starter requiring minimal supervision.
· Strong verbal and written communication to effectively express concepts, plans, and proposals.
· Ability to work in an ambiguous environment.
· Develop and maintain effective working relationships with others.
· Ability to interpret and follow oral instructions.
· Able to adapt to changes in schedules and job priorities.
· Able to perform detailed work with a high degree of accuracy.
· Able to read and interpret written information.
· Able to calculate mathematical problems involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
· Able to analyze problems and develop viable solutions.
· Able to conduct research and reconcile inaccuracies and make appropriate corrections.
For more information about our organization and its capabilities, please visit www.9linellc.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and drug-free work place.
Why Work Here?9Line LLC is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business(SDVOSB) committed to providing innovative, comprehensive and integrated solutions to promote the recovery and rehabilitation of our Nation’s wounded, ill or injured service members and their families. Our strength is in our family-employee culture, our veteran-rich workforce and our singular focus on bettering the welfare of those who serve and have served our Nation in uniform. Our unique team consists primarily of senior, retired, military-disabled veterans and military family members. We bring together a variety of military experience from both the Special Operations and Medical communities to provide comprehensive advocacy support to our nation’s wounded, ill or injured. For more information about our organization and its capabilities, please visit www.9linellc.com. We are an equal opportunity employer and drug-free work place.
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