Three Pillars
  • Dousman, WI, USA
  • 32-36 per hour
  • Part Time Day

Nurse Educator

Part Time | Day Shift

Pay rate between 32-36/hour!

Three Pillars Senior Living Communities is located in Dousman, WI. We are seeking caring team members willing and able to commit to our workplace values: Respect, Commitment, Fulfillment, Empathy and Fun!


What will I do as the Nurse Educator?

  • Evaluate in-service training and development programs that maintain and enhance nursing employee's clinical skills as well as leadership skills of other line staff.
  • Develops and maintains clinical orientation training program for new (facility) staff, including orientation to facility policies, procedures, philosophy of care and regulations that govern long term care.
  • Develop education for new initiatives, areas identified in plans of correction, changes in policies or regulatory requirements and other programs as needed.
  • Coordinate site approval and clinical rotation for nursing and nursing assistant students (i.e., schedule for students, develop ongoing relationship with local universities and Tech schools) where applicable.
  • Has working knowledge and ability to apply standards of professional nursing practices in job situations. Can assist in developing nursing policies and procedures that reflect current clinical practice, professional standards, and facility philosophy of care. Can establish criteria to assure that services provided meet established standards of quality.
  • Plans, conducts, or arranges for yearly 12- hour certified nursing assistant in-service and all nursing staff in-service on federal and state regulations and facility needs in collaboration with DON.
  • As directed, assists the Director of Nursing in the development, review, revision and implementation of nursing department policies, procedures, job descriptions and evaluations.
  • Maintains certification as nurse aide training program primary instructor.
  • Conducting Certified Nursing Assistant classes 4 times per year (quarterly) and as needed.
  • Maintains department budget.
  • Develops and maintains process for implementation and tracking of campus wide nursing annual mandatory education.
  • Develops and maintains process to make continuing education programs available to all campus nursing staff.
  • Develop and deploy training assessment tool to identify training needs for nursing campus staff including nurse leadership team.
  • Develop annual nursing training calendar for campus.
  • As directed, implements/assists with the implementation and training of workplace safety programs in the facility, including hazardous communication, occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens, workplace safety issues and fire/disaster preparedness.
  • Identifies essential competencies in collaboration with campus wide leaders for licensed and non-licensed staff. Collaborates with campus wide leadership team to develop annual skills/education fair.
  • Obtains and or develops effective training material using a variety of media. Evaluates all nursing training program for effectiveness.
  • Maintains files of lesson plans and attendance for all programs taught to employees and ensures training records are retained per company policy.
  • Develop and maintain status as an AHA Training Site for CPR and First Aid.
  • Maintains calendar of CBRF classes available
  • Coordinates/Trains CBRF classes.
  • Plans, conducts or arranges for yearly 15- hour RA/SA in-service and in-service on federal and state regulations and facility needs in collaboration with Director of CBRF AL, Memory Care Manager and Director of Catered Living.
  • Assess, plan, develop and coordinate resident, family, and community education on current health and disease management topics.

What is required in this position?

  • Graduate from accredited school of nursing for Registered Nurses. Must possess a current WI RN license and CPR/First Aid certification.
  • Maintains certification as CBRF Certification trainer.
  • Maintains certification/qualifications to be a C.N.A. instructor.
  • 5 + years' experience working with the senior population and knowledge of regulatory compliance and continuing care retirement community operations; prior staff development or program development experience preferred.
  • Able to conduct training and education on all shifts.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Remain current on training and instructional methodologies, including applicable technology resources available.
  • Self-motivated, organized, detail oriented and require minimal supervision.
  • Knowledge of state, federal and licensing regulations.
  • Must have the ability to relate professionally and positively and work cooperatively with resident, families and other employees at all levels.
  • Computer knowledge: Proficient with Microsoft Office.

What makes Three Pillars Senior Living Communities unique?

At Three Pillars Senior Living Communities, sponsored by the Masonic Fraternity, our mission is to take pride in meeting the social, physical, and spiritual needs of older adults through high quality housing and services.

Three Pillars Senior Living Communities has served our community since 1905. We feel strongly about keeping families together, which is a driving principle and one of many benefits of our continuum of care model. We provide exactly what our residents need with a forward-looking approach within Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Rehabilitation, and Long-Term Skilled Nursing. With campus renovations and expansion underway and even more planned through 2025, employees at Three Pillars are part of exciting growth and a promise for a bright future.

Why work here?

Three Pillars Senior Living Communities offers more than just a job, but a fulfilling career where you make a difference in people's lives every day.

Our staff knows they can count on Three Pillars as a remarkable place to work, where their skills and strengths are appreciated and nurtured.

Our residents know they can trust the extraordinary people who make up the Three Pillars team to provide them with an excellent experience and a quality place to live.

Our team takes pride in their roles, in providing optimum care for our residents, and in living out our workplace values.

Our culture of caring is palpable, and best of all, when you work at Three Pillars, you are part of a family of the best co-workers and residents around.

Three Pillars cares for our Staff by offering many competitive and generous benefits and perks including:

  • Excellent benefit options for part time & full-time employees including paid time off, retirement savings plans, and tuition reimbursement
  • Comprehensive benefits for full time employees (30 + hours per week) including medical, dental, vision, FSA, company paid life insurance, and short- and long-term disability insurance
  • Scholarship opportunities for high school & college students
  • No and low-cost wellness programs including an on-site fitness facility and chair massages
  • Weekend shift differential for all regular hourly employees
  • Referral bonuses, employee assistance programs, and employee emergency loans
  • Onsite conveniences including meal service and movie tickets
  • Fun days planned by an employee committee, featuring games, resident-judged contests, casual days, and more!

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