Part-time: 20 Hours/week
Ensuring the effective and efficient operation of Stenberg College Nursing Labs for the RDPN Program, this position is responsible for managing the clinical procedures course(s) and lab faculty, clinical procedures and lab course delivery and student success, while adhering to Stenberg College’s processes, policies, and procedures for the PN/HCA/PGDCN Programs.
- Proactively recruits, contracts and schedules new clinical procedures & lab faculty;
- Provides new faculty members with a comprehensive orientation to the Stenberg College RDPN Program semester specific curriculum, educational technologies, classroom management strategies, and related policies, processes, and procedures.
- Connects faculty with the Curriculum Team to ensure that they are provided with all clinical procedures and/or lab course instructor resource materials such as instructor manuals, videos, curriculum packs, online instructor manuals, textbooks, supply lists and simulation equipment needed to deliver the curriculum;
- Responsible for the development of a nursing team which shares a solid and deep trust in each other, the team’s purpose, and the drive to become the definition of excellence in industry;
- Evaluates the teaching and professional needs and competency of nursing faculty through instructor audits, performance reviews, and student feedback to ensure the appropriate curriculum is being delivered;
- Ensures that Stenberg College’s RDPN Program are in compliance with regulatory body requirements and are following the guidelines for regulatory reporting;
- Is responsible for all lab related reports and responses for Accreditation and Regulatory Reviews;
- Represents Stenberg College and the RDPN Program at Accreditation site visits and meetings
- Regularly meets with the Associate Dean and the RDPN Program Management Team to identify and create department strategies and provide updates on progress;
- Collaborate with other Nursing Management Team members to ensure Stenberg College meets and exceeds the expectations of all stakeholders to deliver excellence in education;
- Monitors curriculum delivery success through examining the results of student grades on various course/program assessments;
- Works with faculty and Student Success Coordinators to proactively develop appropriate early intervention practices for students who are in crisis, underprepared, underperforming, have behavioral concerns and / or are otherwise at-risk;
- Must be an RN with a minimum of 5 years of Nursing experience. Individuals with simulation education and experience will be given preferred consideration.
- Candidates must have experience leading a team and a demonstrated commitment to involvement in the expansion of the profession. A proven dedication to lifelong learning in a professional environment must be demonstrated.
- Working knowledge of Moodle and Collaborate is preferred.
- Proficiency in simulation practices, instructional innovation, including technology in higher education.
- Committed to understanding the needs of a diverse population of faculty, staff and students and able to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
- Proficiency in theory and best practices in assessment of student learning outcomes in academic programs in higher education.
- Event and workshop planning experience preferred.
- Superior proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Job Type: Part-time
- Nursing: 5 years (Preferred)
- Microsoft Office: 5 years (Required)
- RN (Required)