*Successfully prepare phlebotomy students for ABT national certification test. *Plan course instruction based upon approved syllabus/outline/module calendar provided to ensure quality course content and meet overall course objectives. *Distribute to all students at first class meeting. Maintain a teaching plan for each class. *Prepare and provide classroom instruction that is learner-centered and promotes participation in the learning process, emphasizing adult learning and critical thinking concepts. Select appropriate student assignments. *Utilize a variety of teaching techniques to accommodate the learning styles of a diverse student enrollment. *Prepare and administer examinations; evaluate student progress; maintain records of student classroom and clinical experience. *Work with local healthcare agencies to provide an occupational experience for the students. Provide supervision and oversight for students. *Advise prospective students. *Work with advisory committee to identity and meet the needs of the community pertaining to nursing subject matter and courses. *Communicate with the Dean and colleagues regarding student issues and progression in the program.
*At least two years of phlebotomy experience as a professional providing direct patient care in a healthcare setting. *Strong teamwork skills to work in a collaborative work environment. *Ability to work independently; be self-motivated, and creative in approach to program development and instruction. *Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; patience, diplomacy, and a high level of customer service skills required. *Well organized with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet goal objectives. Attention to detail, ability to complete paperwork accurately in a timely fashion. *Strong presentation skills, including public speaking, networking, and written communications. *Evidence of a willingness to develop new knowledge, clinical skills, and technology skills as required by curricula which is highly responsive to rapidly changing and demanding job market. *Computer proficiency in MS Word, PowerPoint, and Excel competent in using Internet and excellent research abilities.
*Experience in teaching with excellent communication skills. *Bachelor or Associate degree in health related occupation preferred. *Preference will be given to applicants with teaching experience. *Familiarity with allied health career pathways, including regional training programs is a plus. *Understanding of current needs and recruiting trends in healthcare is desired.
Desired Start Date: 01/11/2021
Internal Number: 1569
About Central Lakes College
Central Lakes College - Brainerd and Staples is one of 32 Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (www.mnscu.edu), offering excellent, affordable education in 46 communities across the state. We are a comprehensive community and technical college serving about 6,000 students per year. With a knowledgeable, caring faculty and modern, results-oriented programs in comfortable facilities, CLC is the college of choice for seekers of success. Our roots are deep in a tradition dating to 1938 in Brainerd and 1950 in Staples. Communities across central Minnesota are filled with our graduates.Central Lakes College is an equal opportunity educator and employer.CLC is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and education opportunity. No person shall be discriminated against in the terms and conditions of employment, personnel practices, or access to and participation in, programs, services, and activities with regard to race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, sexual orientation, or membership or activity in a local commission as defined by law.