I just finished my MSN in nursing education in December and have accepted a position as a Professional Development Coordinator with a major, nationally known healthcare system at one of their smaller community hospitals. The position did not require an MSN, but they seemed enthused that I have one and my hiring salary reflects that. This is a new career course for me that pulls me back into the acute care world (which is a good thing). I have been working as a bariatric nurse educator for a surgeon's practice, doing mostly patient education. I found myself quite bored and am excited about this opportunity.A few questions:What should I expect from this position in terms of primary duties? They did state it is a M-F position with occasional need to come in on the weekend. What is done on the weekend? Will I be working the floor at times?What are the biggest challenges and rewards?What is the career trajectory? I see they have a director of education position open..is that the next step after this if I want to advance?Any insight you have is very appreciated!