Clark College is currently accepting applications for a tenure-track Nursing Instructor to teach in two or more of the following areas: Geriatrics, Public health, OB, Pediatrics, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Psych/Mental Health, Leadership and Management. Start date is September 2014.
The Clark College Nursing Programis accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and serves approximately 288 students per quarter (Fall/Winter/Spring). The program admits and graduates students three times per year. The Nursing Program is known for its excellence in the use of technology within the curriculum and is home to a state of the art simulation lab. The program offers an Associate in Applied Science Degree and has an articulation agreement with WSU to facilitate students continuing for their BSN.
Teaching duties include a) assigned course nursing content in a 2 to 3-hour classroom, online or hybrid course setting each week b) teaching 8-10 students in the clinical setting and/or skills lab 1-2 days each week andc) managing pre-cepted experiences. Course management duties include maintaining a syllabus and modules online using a learning management system, assisting with the computerized online testing system (Canvas), attending clinical seminars with students, participating in faculty meetings, assuming committee assignments as deemed appropriate by the department, advising 20-24 nursing students, and maintaining regular office hours.
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