The Nursing Content Manager is responsible for the execution and delivery of educational products in collaboration with key internal and external stakeholders. Manages the work of the nursing content editors to comply with production deadlines, ensuring clinical accuracy, product quality and consistency with company mission and vision.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Accountable for team’s project delivery, with project manager(s) and developmental editor, for project management from project inception, throughout the new product development process, to content development, product delivery, product evaluation and product revision.
2. Ensures that educational product content is clinically accurate, evidence-based, and consistent with current practice and other products.
3. Implements an ongoing project management strategy to continually update core products and other deliverables.
4. Oversees the development of educational products, based on educational needs assessment, stakeholder feedback, market research, and other sources of information.
5. Collaborates with instructional design team and all other stakeholders, including marketing and business development, as products are considered for development and revision.
6. Coordinates the team’s contribution to educational planning for national conferences and regional meetings, serving as a nurse planner as requested.
7. Manages committee work groups, per company strategic and business plan, interacting with groups in various ways. Develops agendas, materials, and reports, and disseminates information to appropriate individuals and groups. Serves as staff liaison to committees and/or work teams responsible for development/revision of educational products.
- Master’s Degree in nursing with a relevant clinical focus in Emergency Room
- Registered nurse; with recent experience working as an emergency nurse, nurse practitioner and/or clinical nurse specialist
- Management experience, including staff and project management oversight
- Experience developing and evaluating nursing education