The Nursing Department at Mt. Hood Community College is accepting applications for a tenure-track Instructor - Nursing. The instructor may be assigned to teach nursing theory, lab and/or clinical for the ADN program. Lab and clinical assignments may be any day or evening of the week, including weekends. The instructor will be responsible for course management duties, including maintaining the course syllabus and learning modules online via Blackboard and assisting with computerized online testing systems. All courses will be web enhanced or online via Blackboard.
The minimum qualifications for this position are:
• Master's degree in Nursing (Oregon State Board of Nursing accreditation requirement) • A current unencumbered registered nurse license in the State of Oregon, or ability to be licensed in this state with a current unencumbered RN license in another state • Three years of registered nursing experience in acute care • Able to lift 35 pounds without assistance and work without restrictions in the role of an acute care nurse for a 10 to 12 hour shift
Please note: you must meet all of the stated requirements in order to be considered for this position.
For more information and to apply, please click (or copy and paste into your browser): http://apptrkr.com/243689 or visit the Job Opportunities website at http://jobs.mhcc.edu. MHCC only accepts applications through this online application system. If you do not already have an account, you will be able to create one before applying for this position. If you need assistance with our on-line application system, please call 503-491-7612 or email email@example.com. Please do not use this contact information to apply. This position will remain open until an adequate pool is established or April 26, whichever comes first. This means it may close without notice. Once the position has closed, no further applications will be accepted.
Mt. Hood Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer that actively supports workforce diversity.
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