Practical Nursing Instructor

Practical Nursing Instructor

Applicant must possess current, unencumbered RN license for state of Louisiana. Each applicant for a faculty position in a practical nursing program shall be approved by the Louisiana State Board of Practical Nurse Examiners prior to employment in the program. The board may deny and/or rescind approval to a faculty applicant and/or current faculty member whose license has been or is currently being disciplined in any jurisdiction.

Teaching and Direct Instructional Activities (65 – 75% of Activity, 25 – 30 hrs. wk.)

Preparation of Course Materials
o Develop curriculum guides, course syllabi and outlines, and other instructional materials
o Responsible for syllabi adhering to department master syllabi and outlines
o Prepare course offering schedule based on curriculum guides
o Participate in curriculum meetings
o Provide instruction in area of expertise
o Utilize innovative, effective, and equitable teaching techniques
o Maintain teaching load practiced by college
o Provide a minimum of 10 hours of on campus office hours (regular Fall & Spring semesters), 6 hours in summer semester.
o Meet all deadlines related to this function

Course Presentation
o Creates a learning environment in which all students are treated equitably and with respect
o Responsible for accurately maintaining materials on the learning management system (Joule)
o Maintain appropriate student records, i.e., grades, attendance, placement, completion, and licensure statistics (if applicable), etc.
o Report accurate and timely attendance status at census day or for financial aid reasons
o Follow course syllabi
o Practice appropriate safety precautions applicable to learning environment (classroom, laboratory, workshop, workplace)
o Maintain student discipline
o Maintain time on task
o Complete all end of semester reporting processes and required submissions
o Meet all deadlines related to this function

Student Performance Evaluation
o Receive acceptable ratings from Student Rating of Instruction surveys and acceptable ratings for Department Unit Programs and Program Student Learning Outcomes
o Accept accountability for three-semester grade distribution analysis
o Provide constructive feedback on test and assignments as appropriate to students
o Provide fair and timely grading of student coursework
o Meet all deadlines related to this function.

Service to Students, Department, Division or College (20 – 30% of Activity, 10 – 15 hrs. wk.)

Institutional Service
o Accountable for daily attendance in addition to the established roster process for the college and all required record keeping functions
o Mandatory attendance for all full-time faculty meetings, departmental, program coordinator meetings and convocation
o Participates in standing and ad hoc committee and activities within the Department/Division and at the campus and college levels (including the maintenance of an active advisory committee with required composition of membership, holding a minimum of two meetings annually)
o Ensure course, program entries in catalog and publication materials are up to date and accurate in association with the curricular process, catalog production requirements, and activities of institutional advancement.
o Complete or contributes to college reports in a timely manner
o Participate in college program review activities and institutional effectiveness activities
o Completes specialist directed activities in relation to area of expertise
o Participate in recruiting activities. (i.e. career fairs, etc.)
o Participate in faculty in-service in August and January and any declared professional development days.
o Maintain program and personal accreditation/certification/licensure requirements if applicable
o Provide service to the college that may include some of the following activities:
 Sponsor student organizations
 Serve on or chair committees
 Conduct or coordinate teaching consultant activities
 Facilitate workshops
 Teach continuing education or customized industry courses
 Provide routine equipment maintenance
 Initiate and write new program proposals
 Serve on LCTCS Committees

Community Service
o Represent the college in manner, appearance, and behavior that promotes a positive image in college-related outreach activities.
o Serve on outside advisory boards/committees.
o Apply academic or technical expertise in the local, state or national community.
o Provide service to the community that may include:
 Participation in health fairs
 Participation in charity or community activities
 Participation in community organizations, i.e. United Way, Chamber of Commerce, Rotary, Lions Club, Boy Scouts, 4-H Club, etc.

Student Services
o May sponsor or participate in student activities.
o Mandatory attendance of academic ceremonies including Graduation.
o Provide advisory services to students as assigned
o Generally assist students with advising and career counseling activities related to academic, career and job placement areas (e.g. designated advising schedule per semester, job fairs.)
o Follow curriculum guides in scheduling to insure timely completion of a program of studies
o Serve special populations
o Make appropriate referrals of students to college student services
o Meet all deadlines related to this function

Research and Professional Development Activities (5 – 15% of Activity, 5 – 10 hrs. wk.)

Developing/Maintaining Professional Relationships
o Participate in professional development activities and enhance effectiveness, particularly with respect to teaching and student learning at South Louisiana Community College. (e.g. Professional presentations, develops and maintains professional and collegiate relationships, Membership in professional organizations)
o Serve on a Board or in an Office of a professional association
o Serve on an external institutional or program accreditation team
o Participate in industry visits
o Demonstrate leadership role on a SLCC or LCTCS Committee, Faculty Council, etc

Continuing Education
o Pursue or acquires advanced degrees, certifications, etc
o Maintain continuing education associated with licensing and/or regulatory grant proposals
o Participate in a Leadership Academy

Publishing/Writing Activities
o May publish/review professional books/articles
o May write/review grant proposals
o Present a paper or facilitate a workshop at a professional conference
o Demonstrate communications on professional matters

Research Activities
o Faculty may be required, as part of professional development, to participate in grant and pilot activities.

Instructors in the Practical Nursing Program shall:
1. Teach classes assigned by the Program Coordinator;
2. Prepare and file common course syllabi with the Program Director;
3. Prepare and file with the Program Coordinator and the Director of Nursing and Allied Health course outlines for all courses and follow such guides for courses already established;
4. Prepare requests for instructional materials such as books, audiovisual aids and supplies for the annual budget and submit them to the Program Coordinator;
5. Keep records of grades and attendance of students and submit them to the Registrar at the completion of the course;
6. Be on campus or at assigned work station each college day;
7. Post an office hour and laboratory schedule on office door and provide a copy to the appropriate Dean and Program Chair;
8. Serve as directed on such faculty committees as may be established;
9. Be available to serve as advisor to students or prospective students;
10. Be available to assist with student registration and orientation functions;
11. Participate in ongoing student assessment activities and participate in student problem solving activities in collaboration with the Program Coordinator;
12. Assist the Coordinator in the ongoing development, implementation, evaluation, and revision of the Practical Nursing curriculum;
13. Assist in the recruitment, admissions, withdrawal, and graduation of students;
14. Conduct orientation of students to each clinical site and assure appropriate student clinical assignments and learning opportunities for all students;
15. Provide personal transportation to the clinical site;
16. Attend and participate in professional meetings, conferences, workshops, courses an ongoing development of clinical expertise;
17. Serve as faculty advisor the the Practical Nursing Student Organization;
18. Attend meetings of the Practical Nursing Faculty and the Allied Health Division and serve on committees of either as appointed or elected;
19. Perform other duties as assigned by the Practical Nursing Program Director, Associate Dean of Nursing and Allied Health, and or the Dean of Nursing and Allied Health.

Director

Small NYS based Lhcsa is seeking a LPN to be our Director of Patients Services and supvervise approximately 35 HHS. Must have at least 2 years supervisor experience and be licensed by New York State.
Primary Responsibilities
*Supervise Home Health Aides
*Develop HHA plan of care and individual duty sheets
*Ensure compliance with NYSDOH regulations
* Oversee and conduct mandatory orientation and 12 hour in service training
* Participate on Agencies PI (Performance Improvement) committee
* Report to the agency Director
* Other responsibilities deemed necessary and associated with the position

LPN Director of Patient Services

Small NYS based Lhcsa is seeking a LPN to be our Director of Patients Services and supvervise approximately 35 HHS. Must have at least 2 years supervisor experience and be licensed by New York State or combination of both education and supervision
Primary Responsibilities
*Supervise Home Health Aides
*Develop HHA plan of care and individual duty sheets
*Ensure compliance with NYSDOH regulations
* Oversee and conduct mandatory orientation and 12 hour in service training
* Participate on Agencies PI (Performance Improvement) committee
* Report to the agency Director
* Other responsibilities deemed necessary and associated with the position

Nursing Instructor

MOTLOW STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
is accepting applications for the following position:
Nursing Instructor-Tenure Track
Position Number: #223
Application deadline: Open until filled
Annual Salary: $42,000

Qualifications:
A Master of Science in Nursing from an accredited college or university, unencumbered TN RN licensure, and three years of nursing experience are required. Medical-surgical clinical experience, previous community college teaching experience, nursing practice experience in varied settings and digital literacy are all preferred.

General Function:
Motlow State Community College is seeking energetic and student-focused Nursing faculty to teach Nursing at Motlow State Community College.

A more detailed job description for this position is included with the online application. To ensure consideration, interested applicants must submit an application, resume, and transcript(s) online at https://jobs.tbr.edu . Once the online application is complete and the resume is attached online, a confirmation number will be given to the applicant verifying that the application has been received.

Human Resources Office, Dept. 200
Motlow State Community College
P.O. Box 8500, Lynchburg, TN 37352
Telephone (931) 393-1541
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.mscc.edu
Motlow College is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Sections 504/ADA employer

LPN Nurse Administrator

Description: Located on the Lower East Side, Los Vecinos Apartments is a permanent SRO housing facility with a capacity for 35 formerly homeless men and women suffering from mental illness, substance abuse and HIV/AIDS. The program is funded by the NYC Department of Homeless Services, the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the NYC Human Resources Administration’s HIV/AIDS Services Administration. In addition to providing permanent housing for its tenants, Los Vecinos offers a variety of services aimed at helping clients stabilize their health, maintain their independence and build a community of support among peers. These services include case management, referrals to medical facilities and assistance managing health conditions, medication monitoring, health education, psychiatric management, entitlement support and money management, recreational activities, assistance with activities of daily living and free meals.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop policies, protocols and forms regarding medications and health management. Administer medication. Make referrals for medical treatment; and follow-up with psychiatric rehabilitation programs, treating physicians, pharmacies, and other treatment collaterals. Serve as the primary medical case manager for assigned clients. Provide individual and group therapy; medical referrals. Facilitate in-service trainings for staff and residents. Attend case conferences as needed. Manage client health needs. Run health-related educational groups. Basic health assessment including blood pressure check, weight, etc. and referrals as appropriate. Participation in treatment team meetings. Assist in organizing and participating in goal development and related activities. Weekly chart documentation and interaction with medical and psychiatric providers. Maintain medication administration record and controlled substance log. Monitor and count medication and medication supply. Related duties as assigned.

HOURS: Full time, 37.5 hours per week

QUALIFICATIONS: LPN license required. Experience in psychiatric and medical nursing preferred. Excellent organizational skills. Basic computer literacy required.

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