Make recommendations for implementation of the changes in curriculum.
Provide appropriate instructional experiences, including simulation, to meet the objectives of the program.
Supervise the work of students in the clinical lab.
Work with the clinical facilities to provide the most suitable clinical experiences for students.
Maintain positive working relationship and open communication with clinical sites.
Complete evaluations of the clinical sites and simulation activities.
Assist with obtaining preceptorship agreements in assigned areas of clinical.
Assist the coordinator with clinical schedules as needed.
Attend clinical site orientation with students as required.
Attend clinical orientation and provide a current clinical syllabus and handouts for each clinical to students, the student success coordinator, and the administrative assistant as requested.
Make assignments at clinical facility for each assigned student (as per clinical syllabus)
Arrive at hospital on clinical days at least 20 minutes before students to check assignments.
Conduct pre and post clinical conference with students.
Observe, guide, and assist students with nursing actions, medications, charting, and special procedures.
Maintain clinical site regulations such as orientation of EMR, medication dispensing equipment, restraints, etc.
Write anecdotal notes on each assigned student, review clinical assignments and write an evaluation on each student at end of clinical rotation.
Complete an individual conference with each student after the rotation to review his/her evaluations and at any time deemed necessary during the rotation.
Maintain online Learning Management Software (LMS) course and meet lead or section instructor responsibilities (as outlined by SFCC).
Collaborate with coordinator and other staff as appropriate regarding student absences, remediation, and other student issues.
Counsel students on clinical performance, attendance, professionalism or other concerns as needed.
Complete clinical matrix as a course and program evaluation tool.
Analyze student responses to clinical course evaluations, including simulation activities and clinical sites, for quality improvement opportunities.
Participates in documentation for program and campus.
Make recommendations and appropriate changes in curriculum as necessary
Provide appropriate and varied instructional experiences to meet the objectives of the program.
Maintain grade files on currently enrolled students and submit grades to Student Services Office at end of semester.
Counsel students on failed exams, attendance, professionalism or other concerns as needed.
Collaborate with coordinator and other staff as appropriate regarding student absences, exam remediation, and other student issues.
Avail self to students for individualized and/or group instruction.
Confer with the coordinator or other resources in regard to ordering and preparing instructional material or any instructional difficulties encountered.
Utilize LMS web shell, classroom technology, computers, and other instructional aids as appropriate.
Convene and dismiss class punctually.
Provide a current course syllabus and handouts for each course to students, the student success coordinator, and administrative assistant as requested.
Collaborate regularly with co-instructors and assist other instructors as necessary
Meet the LMS classroom requirements.
Assist with development of the budget for supplies, equipment, and software needed to implement and maintain the programs.
Perform in the role of lead instructor as designated by the coordinator or director.
Complete a matrix as part of course and program evaluation.
Analyze student responses to course evaluations for quality improvement opportunities.
Participates in documentation for program and campus.
Routinely updates level coordinator of progress and challenges.
Assist with registering students for classes and fulfill the duties of advisor for students as needed.
Meet SFCC expectations of in-service attendance.
Attend and participate in Career Days.
Attend staff and department meetings.
Serve on campus, department and community councils/committees as requested by the Director or other members of the Executive Leadership Team.
Participate in the Nursing Program Advisory Board.
Communicates with navigators and pre-nursing students regarding program events and changes in student requirements.
Actively participates in professional nursing organizations.
Assist with delivery of new student orientation every semester.
Coordinate and/or assist with pinning ceremony.
Attend SFCC graduation.
Completes other duties as assigned.
Faculty work expectations: During contracted days, full-time faculty must be accessible to students and colleagues in person on campus, by phone or by email during the normal operating hours of the college. Full-time instructors are expected to schedule 10 office hours per week during their contracted period to be available for student meetings and consultations. These office hours are in addition to the credit hour expectations of the courses the faculty teaches. Two of the 10 required office hours may be online office hours, through which faculty are available for synchronous meetings with students using online technology. Faculty contracted during the summer are expected to schedule 4 office hours per week. Faculty are expected to be on campus or in the clinical setting a minimum of 20 minutes prior to scheduled courses/clinical start time.
Qualifications and Competencies:
Meet the qualifications specified by the State Board of Nursing minimum standards for accreditation.
Be currently licensed to practice as a registered professional nurse in Missouri with a minimum of a baccalaureate in nursing with a clinical component required
Nursing license cannot ever have been disciplined
Equivalent of two (2) years of full-time experience within five (5) years or have a total of two (2) years of part-time experience in the last five years
Evidence of a Master's degree in Nursing or higher advanced nursing degree preferred. Evidence of active pursuit of a Master's degree in Nursing or willingness to start a Master's program in nursing within the first year of hire will be considered.
Current experience shall be in education, clinical practice, or administration.
Successfully pass required drug and background checks.
Internal Number: 3054402
About State Fair Community College
In fall 1968, SFCC opened its doors to 436 students in an interim facility just west of the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Since then, thousands have joined the SFCC family as students, faculty, staff, partners, and community supporters to create a legacy of student centeredness and excellence.Today more than 5,000 students throughout our 14-county service area enroll in classes each year, taking advantage of our small classes, superb educators, beautiful campus, and some of the lowest tuition and fees in the state. Join us today!