Dabney S. Lancaster is hiring a full-time (nine month) faculty to serve as a teaching faculty member for the Associate Degree in Nursing Program located on the Main campus.
Responsibilities and Duties include:
Provide classroom instruction as assigned for courses;
Develop, implement, and evaluate the philosophy and objectives of the nursing education program;
Design, implement, teach, evaluate and revise the curriculum along with the Nursing Program Head;
Conduct student conferences pertaining to classes as needed;
Submit student grades and other information required for the Student Information System per established deadlines;
Serve on standing committees as needed;
Maintain course outlines and curriculum for all courses;
Support the growth of the College through both formal and informal student recruitment and retention activities;
Enforce student compliance with written policies governing nursing practice in the hospital and all other clinical facilities;
Participating in evaluating new equipment, teaching materials, and teaching strategies that can be used to improve the learning potential of the DSLCC students and/or participants.
Clinical Faculty Duties include:
Confer with the Program Head regarding clinical rotation plan, assigned clinical agencies, and assigned group of students;
Attend an orientation session at each clinical facility with the group of assigned students;
Select patient assignments and learning experiences according to classroom instruction and the student needs and give to the student the day prior to the clinical experience;
Review the clinical objectives with the student;
Conduct pre and post clinical conferences;
Assist students in the integration and reinforcement of learning by relating knowledge and skills of nursing to the learning experiences of the clinical setting;
Provide supervision and guidance for the student using components of the nursing process with the assigned patient;
Review, correct, and comment on care plans and other written assignments required for clinical experience and return to student by the following week;
Evaluate and record student progress and confer at the end of each rotation in terms of strengths and areas where improvement is needed;
Establish and maintain cooperative relationship with staff and personnel of clinical agencies;
Report to Program Head any student problems/concerns that may occur in the clinical setting;
Maintain a record of student absences from clinical and report to the Coordinator;
Additional duties as assigned.
Minimum requirement: BSN required and currently enrolled in an MSN program with a plan for completion. Individual must be enrolled in 2 courses per year. Occupational experience as a Registered Nurse in a health care setting. Hold an unencumbered license as a registered nurse or a multistate licensure privilege to practice nursing in Virginia.
Effective oral and written communication; and Excellent computer skills.
Internal Number: 34443
About Dabney S. Lancaster Community College
Virginia's Community College's educate 240,000 credit students annually and over 170,000 non-credit students at 23 Community Colleges with over 40 campus locations throughout the Commonwealth. Our mission is to provide comprehensive higher education and workforce training programs and services of superior quality. These programs are financially and geographically accessible to meet the individual, business, and community needs of the Commonwealth.