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Staff Development Coordinator/RN - Assist. Director of Nurses

West Revere Health Center in Revere, MA is seeking an experienced RN to join our team as

Assistant Director of Nurses/Staff Development Coordinator.

Our ideal candidate is honest and caring with good clinical skills who desires to be a vital link in educating our nursing care team and all staff members. Strong organizational and communication skills are necessary for this position. The Staff Development Coordinator will provide education, training, educational guidance and support to the facility. This position must function as a team leader by working well with Human Resources, the DON, the Executive Director and with Regional Staff. The Staff Development Coordinator carries out facility initiatives in accordance with company policies and governmental regulations so as to promote the highest standards of quality and best practices in education and training.


The responsibilities of the Assistant Director of Nurses/Staff Development Coordinate will include but are not limited to:

  • Provide general orientation, mandatory in-services, continuing education, and other training to meet all department and facility needs and regulatory requirements.
  • Set up and maintain Preceptor Programs               
  • Determine and assess facility education needs
  • Plan, develop, and implement training
  • Report and document any allegations of abuse, neglect and misappropriation of funds
  • Include the RAI process in training and orientation to assure optimal utilization of services
  • Communicate areas of concern weekly and PRN with Administrator/DON
  • Evaluate and monitor the transfer of training to the workplace
  • Perform competency skills to assess transfer of safety training to the workplace
  • Assess training outcomes and determine effects, such as improved staff retention
  • Assure quality in education by utilization of authoritative resources and best practices
  • Support associate relations to ensure practices that maintain high morale and staff retention
  • Assist, coach, redirect and document performance problems as needed
  • Observe that all residents are treated fairly, with kindness, dignity and respect
  • Assure that any performance documentation is equitable, uniform, and timely
  • Must be knowledgeable of nursing & medical practices and procedures, as well as laws, regulations and guidelines that pertain to long-term care.


The qualified candidate for this position must be a licensed RN with previous experience in Long Term Care and in managing/supervising staff. He/she must possess proficient knowledge of the rules and regulations governing Long Term Care in order to enable teaching.



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