Rogers Behavioral Health is a nationally recognized, nonprofit provider of mental health and addiction services. Rogers offers evidence-based treatment for adults, children, and teens with behavioral health needs. Our clinical operations are expanding rapidly and we are seeking a full-time Nurse Educator to join our nursing team and share their passion for psychiatric nursing. The role of the NurseTraining Coordinator will develop curriculum and deliver education and training services to clinical staff at all campuses (nationwide). This role allows for both creative control and career advancement opportunities as our health system will continue to grow.
The Nurse Training Coordinator will work collaboratively with other departments and staff including serving as a subject matter expert on continuous improvement teams and clinical effectiveness teams. Utilizing Rogers’ well developed clinical effectiveness research, this position will help lead the organization’s development of innovative psychiatric education, linking patient outcomes and proven best practices to training curriculum for employees and nursing students.
Career advancement path within this role is possible. Rogers has strategic plans to engage in academic-practice partnerships with the goals of increasing psychiatric training for students earning BSNs, Masters, and or advanced practice degrees. The career path will evolve into leveraging the collaborative power of the partnerships to create training environments for innovation and development; and developing a sustainable model for the preparation, recruitment and development of faculty and preceptors.
Masters of Science Degree in Nursing, or a related field, with a strong emphasis on psychiatric mental health clinical preferred.
Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing, with minimum of two (2) years’ experience in psychiatric/mental health nursing.
Two (2) years’ leadership experience in a behavioral health setting strongly preferred.
Registered Nurse licensed by Wisconsin State Board of Nursing. License must be in good standing with the Wisconsin State Board of Nursing.
Internal Number: 1702784
Help transform livesCaring. Driven. Enthusiastic. Ambitious. Skilled. Professionals. Outstanding.That’s how our own staff describe their co-workers at Rogers Behavioral Health. A career in behavioral health is enormously rewarding, almost a vocation. Choose Rogers for your career and become part of:A quality organization—one of the best, from our people to the quality of care our team providesAn independent, not-for-profit, national leader who is helping to shape the future of behavioral healthA team inspired by its mission to serve those in needA place where you can move and grow professionally, with diverse options in positions, locations and levels of care to match your interestsAn organization known for evidence-based care with proven outcomes, but focused on continuing to learn, adapt and do betterAt Rogers, our patients are our number one priority. But it all begins with you. It takes a full team approach where every contribution counts. You'll make your difference at Rogers—and help transform lives.