At Garnet Health, the Hudson Valley’s leading integrated health system, you’ll find the perfect balance of a satisfying career and a rewarding lifestyle. Our focus is on patient-centric care with a collective of visionary leaders and dedicated and caring professionals working as a team to deliver the best for the people we serve. If you’re interested in a health system that’s both growing and award-winning, serving a diverse community that provides the best of both city and rural life, we invite to make your career home with us as a Nursing Professional Development Practitioner on our Nursing Professional Development team at/in Garnet Health Medical Center- Catskill.
The Nursing Professional Development Practitioner develops and uses tools, theories, skills and knowledge of NPD to improve the practice of staff. The Scope and Standards of Nursing Professional Development Practice describe key roles and responsibilities for which the NPD Practitioner is accountable. They include:
Overall outputs of NPD practice are learning, change, professional role competence and growth, which ultimately lead to optimal patient care, population health, and protection of the public.
At Garnet Health, we are committed to supporting your career growth and professional potential. We are responsive, attentive and dedicated to the success and satisfaction of our team members. Here, you’ll find resources that will help you excel in your career, tuition reimbursement programs for your continued education, and comprehensive health, dental and retirement benefits designed to fit your individual and family needs. Our inclusive and diverse team culture encourages you to contribute your exceptional talents, skills and perspectives to the success of our system, one another, our communities and our patients.
Join the Garnet Health team and let your excellence shine.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in nursing required. Master’s degree in nursing / education / or Post-Master’s certification in nursing education preferred.
Minimum Experience: 3 years’ experience in nursing professional development in either a hospital or academic setting, or demonstrated expertise in a clinically equivalent role.
Required Certification/Registration: Current New York State registered nurse license. BLS/ACLS provider status required, BLS/ACLS instructor status required, or achieved within 1 year of date of hire. PALS provider status for practitioners assigned to pediatric areas, i.e., Children’s ED, Pediatric Unit (5W), and ICU. ANCC Nursing Professional Development (NPD) certification required, or achieved when ANCC eligibility criteria are met (4000 clinical practice hours).
Physical Requirements: Travel to multiple facilities is required.