Instructor, Associate Degree Nursing

1.The Associate Degree Nursing instructor should have a master’s degree with a major in nursing;
2.The Associate Degree Nursing instructor must have a current unrestricted licensure as a registered nurse in the state of North Carolina;
3.Prior to or within the first three year of employment, the Associate Degree Nursing instructor must have preparation in teaching and learning principles for adult education, including curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation, appropriate to assignment. This preparation may be demonstrated by one of the following:
a.completion of 45 contact hours of continuing education courses
b.completion of a certificate program in nursing education.
c.nine semester hours of education course work
d.documentation of successful completion of structured, individualized development activities of at least 45 contact hours approved by the Board Criteria for approval include content in the faculty role within the curriculum implementation, objectives to be met and evaluated, review of strategies for identified student population and expectations of student and faculty performance.
4.Nursing practice experience in assigned clinical area.
5.The Associate Degree Nursing instructor must maintain competence in the areas of assigned responsibility:
6.The Associate Degree Nursing instructor must have knowledge of nursing practice for the registered nurse and the licensed practical nurse.

Work Experience:
1.The Associate Degree Nursing instructor must have two calendar years full-time employment or the equivalent experience in clinical nursing practice as a registered nurse in a hospital or primary care facility;
2.The Associate Degree Nursing instructor should also have one year of current teaching experience with appropriate clinical supervisory skills at the Associate Degree level or above, or the equivalent in professional clinical education;

Preferred Qualifications
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
1.An understanding and commitment to the mission and philosophy of the North Carolina Community College System.
2.Ability to establish and maintain effective, civil, and respectful interpersonal relations throughout the college and the community.
3.Ability to respect and work with social, cultural, spiritual, and intellectual diversity.
4.Competence in oral and written communication skills.
5.Understanding of principles of adult education and student-centered active learning strategies.
6.Proficiency in computer technology as evidenced by competence with Microsoft Office products, including Excel and Word and current instructional technology.
7.Ability to function effectively under stress.
8.Demonstrated conflict resolution abilities.
9.Ability to adapt to change.
10.Awareness of needs and expectations of student, colleagues, and community groups.
11.Ability to think creatively and put ideas into action.
12.Ability to make presentations to small and large audiences.
13.Personal integrity, honesty, and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
14.Familiarity with OSHA standards as they apply to health technologies education
15.Evidence of strong organizational and priority setting skills.
16.Ability to recognize and evaluate unsafe patient care situations and take appropriate action.

Essential Functions
The instructor of Associate Degree Nursing is primarily responsible for the planning, delivery, and evaluation of clinical instruction, and for providing those related services and support activities required for optimal student learning and effective educational programming. As a member of the Associate Degree Nursing program faculty, the instructor is also accountable for assisting and supporting the program director and/or department dean, as needed, in meeting the instructional and curricular requirements of the program, department, and division.

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Job Duties
1.Teach a minimum load of 18 to 20 contact hours per semester in a flexible schedule as determined by the needs of the program and as approved by the Dean, Health Technologies;
2.Have instructional plans prepared for each class session and in accordance with the stated objectives of the course;
3.Enforce academic policy and procedures at all times, and comply with all other institutional rules and regulations pertinent to classroom/clinical instruction and general employment
4.Serve as educational advisor to students, as required and as otherwise requested or needed by individual students
5.Assist in the development and enforcement of policies and procedures related to student admission, progression and graduation;
6.Be available to students requiring additional assistance;
7.Assist in the revision and development of course outlines, syllabi, curriculum plans, and other instructional documentation required to meet program objectives;
8.Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of competency-based education and utilize available educational resources for the improvement of instruction and the creation of teaching materials;
9.Assist the program director in the identification, preview, and acquisition of needed educational resources, including textbook selection, library materials, laboratory supplies, and other instructional provisions.
10.Participate in registration activities each semester as assigned and assist in the recruitment of students;
11.Participate in program, departmental, divisional, and instructional meetings and other announced activities;
12.Maintain complete office and student records, as needed; processing reports, forms, and all other required paperwork in a timely, efficient manner, checking for the accuracy, correctness, and completeness of all data;
13.Fulfill committee assignments and other special appointments within the educational community as well as the community-at-large, and otherwise give appropriate support to institutional endeavors;
14.Maintain posted office and on-campus hours sufficient to fulfill all contracted duties and individual professional obligations, as well as to meet the needs of the program, department, division, and the College;
15.Take advantage of in-service training and other opportunities for continued professional development, including attendance at off¬-campus activities, as feasible, and generally staying abreast of developments in the field of instruction;
16.Maintain proper communication and supportive relations at all times with all other units and branches of the division and the College, providing assistance to them in carrying out their respective functions;
17.Assume other necessary responsibilities and perform additional tasks as assigned by the program director, department dean, senior vice president, and/or president in meeting the needs of the program, department, division, and the College..

Physical Demands
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. The physical and mental demands described as follows are representative of those that must be met by an employee in performing the essential functions of this job:
Mobility sufficient to:
•Move around in classrooms, labs, patient rooms, workspaces, and treatment areas
•Administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
•Stand, squat, reach above head, push, pull, and lift at times, 10 lbs
•Walk the equivalent of several miles daily at work
•Ability to sit and/or stand for long periods of time;
Motor skills sufficient to:
•Calibrate and use equipment, e.g. administer injections, insert catheters, manipulate intravenous equipment, and position and transfer patients
Hearing sufficient to:
•Hear monitor alarms, emergency signals and patient verbal communication
• Auscultate sounds (Blood pressure, breath and heart sounds)
Vision sufficient to:
•Observe patient/client responses such as see a change in skin color, read the scale on a syringe.
Tactile ability sufficient to:
•Perform palpation, functions of physical examination and/or those related to therapeutic intervention. e.g. insertion of catheters, palpate a pulse
Required Working Hours A minimum of a 40-hour work week as determined with the supervisor to allow the employee to fulfill the assigned duties and responsibilities, including occasional evening and weekend hours. Summer schedules may vary.

Clinical Nutritionist

Clinical Nutritionist

University Health Services (UHS) has an opening for a full time, 37.5 hours per week, 43-week Clinical Nutritionist responsible for developing, providing and evaluating clinical nutrition services and related educational programs for various University constituencies, such as faculty, staff, students and their dependents, campus agencies and contracted health plans. Provides direct therapeutic nutrition services, assessment and triage of patients, many with significant medical/and or mental illness. This position works under the general direction of the Associate Director UHS/Clinic Operations and collaborates with medical providers and therapists in treating eating disorders. Designs and implements trainings for athletes and coaches on nutrition related concerns. Works closely with the Athletic Health Education Program (AHEP) Coordinator to coordinate special events, trainings and programs based upon needs assessments and departmental priorities.

Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Nutrition or related field plus three years progressively responsible professional experience in a similar clinical nutrition position. Certification as a Registered Dietician (RD) and Massachusetts licensure for independent practice of nutrition. Demonstrated technical knowledge, specialized training and ability to analyze and assess complex health problems; demonstrated ability to promote teamwork and work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary environment; demonstrated knowledge and application of comprehensive program planning, principles, quality improvement techniques and individualized patient counseling/education theories; excellent writing and editing skills. Ability to lift and transport boxes of materials, supplies and equipment (generally light/medium weight) for campus or community programs, classes and events. Flexibility to work evenings and weekends periodically and adjust work assignments according to the changing needs of the Health Center and campus population. Group educational skills highly desirable.

Hiring Salary Range: $44,348 – $55,652 Normal Starting Range: $44,348 – $50,000

Applicants must apply online at http://umass.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=73492

Please submit a cover letter, resume and names/contact information of three professional references no later than July 17, 2016.

The University of Massachusetts is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected group members.

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Tenure Track Nursing Instructor

Clark College is currently accepting applications for the full-time position of Tenure Track Nursing Instructor. Start date is September 12, 2016. The salary is $51,266 annually. Open until filled. For complete position description, requirements and to apply, access our website at www.clark.edu/jobs. Clark College Human Resources, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663 (360) 992-2105. AA/EO employer.

Nursing Student Support and Retention Instructor

Clark College, in Vancouver, Washington is currently accepting applications for a Nursing Student Support & Retention Instructor position. Salary is $49,773 annually.  Closing date is September 8, 2015 at 3pm.  For complete position description, requirements and to apply, access our website at www.clark.edu/jobs.  Clark College Human Resources, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663 (360) 992-2105.  AA/EO employer.

 

Nursing Instructor

The Nursing Instructor conducts classes in Associate Degree Nursing theory, laboratory and clinical practice in accordance with program philosophy, objectives and procedures.  Faculty of Mott Community College facilitate student learning and initiate and participate in efforts to consistently improve the level of student success. As learning facilitators, faculty consistently assess learning outcomes and their own teaching effectiveness (pedagogy). As professionals, faculty adhere to the ethical standards of their profession as outlined, for example, by the NEA and the State of Michigan. Where applicable, faculty maintain licensure and certifications. In addition, full-time faculty have the following key responsibilities which are described more fully below in the Essential Duties/Major Accountabilities section:
• Professional development
• Curriculum Development
• Collegial Responsibilities
• Actively participate in efforts focused on the College’s operational success.
• Communication
• Safety

Job Requirements
1. Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree from an accredited institution.*
2. A minimum of three years of full time clinical nursing experience or part-time experience that would equate to three full-time years is required (6,240 hours).
3. Recent, relevant experience in Nursing within the past five years.
4. Current Michigan Licensure as a Registered Nurse or eligibility to obtain Michigan RN licensure prior to start date.
5. Evidence of continuing professional development.

 

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