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Clinical Nursing Instructor - Adult Practical Nursing Program

Position: Clinical Nursing Instructor - Adult Practical Nursing Program
Position Status:  Part Time position available
Category: Instructional
Location:
Southern Adirondack Education Center, Hudson Falls
Job Posting Date: May 23, 2022
Application Deadline: Until Filled
Position Start Date: July 1, 2022 (or as soon after this date as possible)
 
 
Schedule:
 
 
Thursday & Friday each week (9 hours per day - 6:30am-3:30pm)
Worksites: Southern Adirondack Education Center, Hudson Falls & Clinical Sites
 
*Note: This is a 10-month program with various clinical sites (most local). Initially, there will be 6-7 weeks of working with students in the learning lab at SAEC, Hudson Falls.
 
 
Responsibilities:
 
  • Provide orientation for new students at the healthcare facility, including the facility’s job description for nursing staff, the Policy and Procedure Manual, location of educational resources, safety precautions, emergency protocols and blood-borne pathogens protection. 
  • Assign students to a variety of patients/clients to reinforce procedures basic in nursing fundamentals and to gain experience in the role of the practical nurse. 
  • Promote a positive learning environment with emphasis on patient/student safety and compliance that meets national accrediting agency standards. 
  • Exhibit professional behavior and communication that serves as a positive role model for students. 
  • Complete weekly clinical evaluations with systematic observations, and timely objective/subjective feedback to the student according to the BOCES practical nursing program, and facility standards. 
  • Attend monthly faculty meetings to maintain productive two-way communication between the program supervisor and assigned facility. 
  • Provide feedback to the practical nursing program supervisor about current department/hospital policies or changes in practice in the nursing field, and recommend appropriate program changes. 
  • Maintain current state-of-the-art knowledge and skills through continuing education and professional development opportunities. 
  • Perform supervisory and other duties as assigned by the program supervisor or other designee.
 
 
 
Qualifications:
 
 
 
  • Required Licensure: NYS Registered Professional Nurse
  • Required Education: Minimum of Bachelor's degree in Nursing (or currently matriculated into a BSN program)
  • CPR and all health records needed
  • Will need to become certified with the NYS Education Department with a Job Skills certification, WSWHE BOCES will guide the candidate through this process, but all expenses are the candidate's responsibility. 
 
*Preferred but not required: Adult teaching experience and five years prior RN nursing experience.
 

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