Registered Nursing Instructors

Location
Idaho, United States
Salary
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted
Jun 16, 2021
Employment Level
Non-Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

Position Summary

The nurse educator facilitates learning, facilitate learner development and socialization, use assessment and evaluation strategies, participate in curriculum design and evaluation of program outcomes, function as a change agent and leader, pursue continuous quality improvements in the nurse educator role, engage in scholarship, and function within the educational environment.

 

10% of Annual Salary as Sign-on Bonus distributed in first month of teaching.

 

ASNP Qualifications

Masters in nursing preferred; a minimum of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) with the commitment to obtain masters in nursing within 3 years of hire. A current and unencumbered license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Idaho. Emotional and physical health to enable full participation in the theory/lab and clinical.

 

Responsibilities

  1. Adhere to policies and procedures required of CSI faculty;
  2. Instructional duties may include theory, lab, simulation, and clinical;
  3. Create course materials and deliver instruction based on best practices in nursing education;
  4. Evaluate student performance using varied evaluation methods and maintain accurate and confidential student records;
  5. Remediate students as needed;
  6. Work collaboratively with other faculty to maintain quality of program and meet accreditation requirements;
  7. Adhere to ASNP policies;
  8. Serve on program, department, and College committees;
  9. Attend and participate in course meetings as scheduled;
  10. Attend and participate in ASNP meetings as scheduled;
  11. Participate in the annual self and peer evaluation;
  12. Participate in professional development activities;
  13. Participate in ongoing program assessment.
  14. Maintain professional and collegial relationships within the College and health care communities;
  15. Adhere to the Idaho Board of Nursing Rules;
  16. Ensure ASNP Faculty file is complete: official academic transcripts, current unencumbered Idaho registered nursing license, immunization history, annual TB screening, current BLS certification, annual flu vaccine, annual Curriculum Vitae/Resume with continuing education, and drug screening


The applicant or employee is responsible for notifying the ASNP Chair if they are presently or become unable to meet the emotional and/or physical requirements to participate in the theory, lab, and clinical.