Brooks Rehabilitation

  • Nursing Engagement Coordinator - Full Time - Brooks Corporate

    Job ID
    Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Overview

    Serves as a system resource across the nursing divisions to increase nurse retention and identify opportunities that improve the work environment for the beside nursing staff (RN/LPN/CNA).



    • Develops a consultant relationship with unit and division nursing staff to build and sustain a culture of excellence within the bedside nursing work environment
    • Develop and maintain a feedback loop to capture issues and lessons learned solution implemented across the nursing system
    • Collaborates, investigates, documents, communicates and provides recommendation to appropriate staff and leadership of the nursing work environment /experience,
    • Regularly visits each nursing work unit area on all shifts to facilitate staff access to the nursing engagement coordinator.
    • Facilitates bedside nursing staff communication to appropriate persons for any special needs
    • Serves as a resource to nursing staff for questions/ needs.  Refers needs to appropriate leadership as necessary for resolution.
    • Provides leadership (chairperson) to the Nursing System Engagement Council
    • Educates nurses on resources and processes unique to their setting.
    • Collaborates with nursing leadership throughout the system to enhance the nursing work environment (including turnover, retention and staffing), identify systems issues, opportunities for-improvement; and/or trended risk concerns/complaints
    • Develops, implements and participates in Performance Improvement activities to improve outcomes.
    • Collects feedback on engagement, satisfaction and recognition activities and programs and recommends plan for action
    • Identifies trends in nursing engagement and satisfaction data: maintains system to track and trend issues and concerns and provides
    • Reporting and recommendations to leadership and executives.
    • Provides and analyzes data at the individual and aggregate level to management/leadership teams. Provides weekly updates of retention and turnover metrics 


    • RN License in the state of Florida
    • Minimum practice experience of 5 years
    • Strong analytical skill including analysis, planning and organizing
    • Effective and demonstrable problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
    • Must be people oriented, demonstrates passion for nursing profession.
    • Excellent communication, organizational skills and clear understanding of the English language, including telephone skills
    • Ability to work weekends, evenings and nights at various times throughout the month
    • Strong computer literacy including MS Office programs, Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet use and email use,



    • Master’s degree in Nursing or related health field
    • Nursing leadership experience
    • Detail oriented with strengths in managing multiple locations with multiple supervisors
    • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks with efficiency
    • Ability to work with minimal supervision
    • Able to troubleshoot and problems solve difficult situations with tact, diplomacy and respect for diversity 


    For more information on this opportunity, please contact recruiter Erin Smith at  


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