Operational Training Specialist / Licensed Practical Nurse / NM TX WY
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Primarily Monday - Friday days; schedule may vary based on business needs.
Weekly Travel Required - includes monthly travel allowance, phone and gas reimbursement.
We have facilities in TX , NM, WY.
The Operations Training Specialist develops, reviews, and implements training materials across facilities that will improve the productivity and function of CorrHealth. This team member assists in preparing facilities to meet state, federal, and accreditation standards. This position also requires involvement in special projects to include filling in for any and all shifts as facility needs require.
Essential Job Duties
- Develops clinical, technical, and workflow training materials as needed
- Performs, at minimum, monthly visits to contracted facilities to assess training programs
- Travels to contracted facilities to conduct training for all operational and clinical staff members are required annually
- Works with HSA to ensure all compliance standards are being met
- Assists with CQI initiatives, including the development of required training to ensure all counties meet/exceed CQI standards
- Completes mock audits and assists facilities in preparation for accreditation (NCCHC, ACA)
- Participates in special projects, as assigned
- Fill in for absent HSAs when on vacation or for any unforeseen circumstances
- Trains and coaches managers, supervisors, and others involved in employee development efforts
- Develops and maintains organizational communications, such as intranet bulletin boards and newsletters, to ensure employees have knowledge of training and development events and resources
- Conducts follow-up studies of all completed training to evaluate and measure results
- Exemplifies the desired culture and philosophies of the organization
- Works effectively as a team member with other members of management and the HR staff
- Participates in special projects, as assigned
Minimum Education/Experience Requirements
- Current LPN/LVN licensure, in good standing
- 1-2 years of teaching/training/audit or educator experience
- One year of specialized experience in an administrative, clerical management, or supervisory position in the health care field. Work must have involved (i) a close working relationship with facility members, (ii) analysis and/or coordination of administrative, clinical, or other service activities, and (iv) provided knowledge of regulations, requirements, and standards across an assortment of supervisory groups in various administrative areas
- Three (3) years minimum correctional experience preferred
- CPR and AED Certification
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
- Must maintain all certifications, educational requirements, licensing, etc. for this position
- Must adhere to all facility policies and procedures as well as the policies and procedures listed in the Employee Handbook
- Willing to assist coworkers in the job duties and work overtime if required; may act as a resource to other coworkers
- Maintains confidentiality, dignity, and security of health records and protected health information in compliance with HIPAA requirements
- Must be able to pass a background check and pre-employment drug test (as applicable)
- Must obtain and maintain security clearance with the client/facility as a requisite for initial and/or continued employment
- Must undergo security training and orientation on facility safety policies and procedures
This position routinely requires (but is not limited to) the following:
- Ability to both remain stationary and move/traverse throughout the facility, including up and down flights of stairs
- Ability to position oneself in different spaces
- Ability to convey and discern information in a conversation, frequently communicate with patients; must be able to exchange accurate information.
- Ability to identify and detect objects and assess situations from a variety of distances
- Ability to stay calm in stressful and demanding situations
- Frequently transports objects up to 50 pounds
Work is performed inside a correctional facility. Employees are exposed to some level of risk and/or harm by inmates including exposure to blood borne pathogens. Employee is expected to work in accordance with all security rules and regulations to minimize the risk of danger and/or harm to themselves or other employees.
Employee must comply with all current and future State, Federal, and Local laws and regulations, court orders, Administrative Directives and standards and policies and procedures of the site where assigned, including those of professional organizations such as ACA, NCCHC, etc. Employee must treat every other member of the CorrHealth team, all correctional personnel, all inmates and third parties in the facility with the proper dignity and respect. Actions or communications that are inappropriate or degrading will not be tolerated.
CorrHealth is a GREAT place to work and we're recruiting for qualified and high-performing healthcare professionals who are passionate about making a difference.
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CorrHealth is an innovative and thriving company who is passionate about our teams, patient-care and delivering unrivaled partnerships.
CorrHealth provides quality, professional and compassionate comprehensive inmate medical, mental and ancillary healthcare programs and services within highly secure county detention facilities of various size and scope throughout Texas and New Mexico. Our people and teams are the heartbeat of our success, and we strive to be a destination workplace for qualified and passionate healthcare leaders and professionals. We invest heavily in our team-members through providing competitive compensation rates and benefit packages, training them well, providing them with effective tools, having the integrity to “Do Right” by our teams, our county-partners and in the communities in which we serve, all of which foster a positive team culture and team-member and county satisfaction. CorrHealth is a GREAT place to work and we're recruiting for qualified and high-performing healthcare professionals who are passionate about making a difference.