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As part of its commitment to the health and well-being of our workforce and community, Midland Memorial Hospital will no longer hire or re-hire individuals who use nicotine products.
Individuals who are offered a position with Midland Memorial Hospital are screened for nicotine use as part of the post-offer health assessment and screening. Those whose screening results are verified positive for nicotine use will have their job offers withdrawn. Individuals whose job offers are withdrawn for nicotine use may reapply for employment after 90 days.
An Education Coordinator is a qualified individual with knowledge of the principles of adult learning. She/He will assess, project and plan education activities for nurses, patients, families and other healthcare providers. She/He will develp Continuing Nursing Education programs and in-services for staff education and license renewal. She/He will coordinate a nursing orientation for new nursing staff members. Maintains and updates database for employee's required training activities. Develops and reviews nursing policies and procedures for new products and/or change in practice.
Must have a minimum of five years experience in a hospital setting and possess a current State of Texas license as a Registered Nurse.
The base pay for this position is $26.35/hr and is increased based upon applicable experience.
How to Apply:
Applications may be submitted to the Human Resources department by mail, in person in the Human Resources department from 7:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday, or online through the website. Upon receipt of your application we will review and forward to the appropriate department for consideration.