Full-time Faculty: Nursing Simulation/Student Success/Clinical Faculty
Full-time, Tenure-track, Nursing Faculty (Simulation/Student Success/Clinical) effective with Fall 2021 semester (8/16/2021)
Develop, revise, implement and evaluate simulation experiences to ensure alignment with and facilitation of course and program student learning outcomes. Integrate the philosophy and educational objectives of the College’s Nursing Program into simulation and clinical experiences. Use evidence-based recommendations, including The International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACLS) Standards of Best Practice for Simulation activities.
- Collaborate with course-level faculty to incorporate simulation experiences within respective nursing courses.
- Collaborate with nursing learning lab co-coordinators and other simulation/clinical faculty in scheduling and conducting simulations according to individual course and clinical schedules.
- Responsible for securing and training adjunct faculty to conduct/assist with simulation as needed.
- Plans simulation instructor coverage for all scheduled simulations
- Develop and distribute a schedule of simulations each semester to all course level faculty
- Recommend and collaborate with dean, program director, and nursing skills lab co-coordinators on purchase and maintenance of simulation equipment and supplies.
Provides simulation instruction:
- Prepare and orient students to simulation environment
- Orient users and facilitators in simulation activities and operation of equipment
- Conduct simulation scenarios, including debriefing and evaluation of simulation effectiveness
- Evaluate student attainment of student learning outcomes and role specific competencies
- Teach assigned courses; maintain attendance, testing, and evaluation records
- Collaborate with course-level faculty regarding students who are not meeting the course SLOs and they relate to the simulation experience
Provides clinical instruction:
- Identify learning needs of students consistent with student learning outcomes of the program/course
- Develop and plan for student learning experiences directed at meeting course student learning outcomes
- Facilitate, supervise and evaluate student learning
- Use course evaluation tools to evaluate students’ clinical progress in meeting course student learning outcomes
Nursing Student Success Coordinator:
- Research best practices in nursing education for student success
- Develop criteria for student participation in a student success program
- Develop a student success program in collaboration with faculty, including development of outcome measures
- Implement and evaluate a student success program
- Revise the student success program based on the data and faculty input
- Attendance at local, state or national meetings and participation in professional activities
- Participation in nursing department, health division, and all-college committees
- Attainment and maintenance of certification as a Healthcare Simulation educator (CHSE)
- Maintaining currency in clinical area of expertise, simulation, and educational pedagogy
- Completion of an approved professional nursing education program - e.g. a Master’s degree with a major in nursing
- Simulation experience with documentation of expertise through continuing education activities
- Clinical experience for at least two years in the practice of nursing in the state of Ohio
- Current, active, unencumbered licensure as a registered nursing the state of Ohio (*at the time of employment)
- Experience in nursing education
- Simulation certification as a Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE)*
(*If the successful applicant doesn’t have the certification, it is our strong desire for the individual to obtain the certification within a reasonable period of time post-hire.)
- Prior experience in assessment of student learning, curriculum development, accreditation and teaching
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: This is a full-time faculty position required to work the standard minimum (full-time faculty) commitment of 178 days (two sixteen-week semesters plus 18 days of related work) plus additional weeks during breaks in the academic calendar and summer.
The employment contract begins fall semester of 2021. The first day of employment would be August 16, 2021.
Lakeland provides a competitive compensation package, with initial salary dependent upon education and experience. College benefits include healthcare and prescription drug coverage, dental and vision insurance, life and long-term disability insurance, and tuition fee waiver.
Please review Lakeland’s Total Compensation for Full-time Faculty. The salary schedule reflects compensation for fall and spring semesters.
Click on “apply now” and submit: 1) Completed college employment application*, 2) Current curriculum vitae, 3) Cover letter that includes a statement of nursing education philosophy, and that addresses the required and preferred qualifications listed in this posting, 4) Statement of Teaching Philosophy; and 5) Unofficial college transcripts
Applications will be accepted until May 31, 2021.
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Lakeland Community College is an equal access and equal opportunity employer. We have a strong commitment to the principle of diversity and, in that spirit, seek a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, people with disabilities and people over 40. Under-represented groups are encouraged to apply. If your disability requires special accommodations to participate in the application/interview process, contact the Human Resources Office at 440-525-7575