Supports Carilion's hallmarks of service excellence and quality for all job responsibilities. Plans and provides individual and group instruction to meet requirements established in the National Standards for Diabetes Self-Management Education Programs and American Diabetes Association for participants in the Diabetes Self-Management Program. Provides advanced and specialized knowledge and communicates recommendations for changes in patient treatment to physicians and hospital staff; documents recommendations and monitors changes and outcomes; facilitates the development and implementation of policies, procedures and protocols related to diabetes management; evaluates and tracks data for outcomes and related performance improvement measures; develops and oversees educational opportunities and teaching resources for hospital staff. Serves as resource and mentor to non-certified diabetes educators.
Inspiring Better Health at Carilion Clinic
Every day at Carilion Clinic, our employees come together to inspire better health in our patients, their families and our communities. Explore how you can be a part of this diverse, innovative and interdisciplinary patient-centered team, and find out how you can make a difference in the lives of others.
As an employee, you can take advantage of our competitive pay, various scheduling options, continuing education opportunities and excellent benefits.
Based in Roanoke, Va., Carilion Clinic includes multi-specialty physician practices, seven not-for-profit hospitals and the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute in partnership with Virginia Tech.
Service Excellence and Quality are hallmarks of Carilion Clinic. As a team member, you will be expected to consistently deliver the best in care and customer service. As an employee, you will demonstrate respect, dignity, kindness and empathy in each encounter with our patients, families, visitors and with each other. Carilion is a Drug-Free Workplace.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity.
Education: Graduate of professional school of nursing or accredited dietetics program; Bachelor's Degree preferred.
Experience: 1-2 years related clinical experience working with diabetic population required.
Licensure, certification, and/or registration: Current RN licensure in the State of Virginia or RD Registration by the Commission of Dietetics Registration. Certified Diabetes Educator required.
Other Minimum Qualifications: Job requires excellent oral and written communication skills, as well as interpersonal skills. Must have ability to work without close supervision and demonstrate effective organizational abilities. Must be effective at teaching individuals from all socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Competency in curriculum development and instruction. Computer skills preferred.