Nursing Faculty-Clinical Coordinator- Part-time
Nursing Faculty-Clinical Coordinator- Part-time
Posting Number: 0000800
Reports to: Program Director, Nursing
Department: Health Sciences Education
Full or Part-time: Part Time
Provides coordinating, planning, and scheduling of nursing clinical rotations for the Nursing program. Assisting in the Nursing Education Center with skills validations, demonstrations, and other learning activities. Responsible for teaching students in a small group clinical setting, utilizing current and multimodal delivery and evaluation of knowledge, techniques, and skills. Responsible for the assessment of applied knowledge, techniques and skills in clinical practice. Work effectively with faculty, Program Chair, and staff in a rapidly changing team environment.
1. In collaboration with full-time faculty, coordinate the scheduling of all clinical rotation sites for the Nursing program to include orientation, simulation days, and specialty assignments.
2. Assist with coordinating specialty rotation experiences for the Nursing program.
3. Assist in the Nursing Education Center and Simulation Lab (i.e., set up, tear down, skill demonstration, validate student skills, assist with simulation exercises, etc.).
4. Maintain clinical calendar, student clinical rotation assignments, student absences, clinical make-up days, and clinical site contact information.
5. Maintain oversight of electronic documentation of student immunizations and education requirements for clinical placement.
6. Coordinate and obtain student clearance requirements each semester from clinical partners (i.e., EPIC training, computer access, badge access, etc.).
7. Uphold policy and procedures specific to each of the clinical sites.
8. Coordinate with full-time faculty to facilitate orientation of new adjunct faculty members to clinical sites.
9. Coordinate with full-time faculty to ensure part-time faculty clinical coverage to include PRN assignments and coverage.
10. Assist with clinical site visits and clinical surveys.
11. Develop and maintain partnerships to provide additional clinical opportunities outside of the acute care and extended care facilities.
12. Serve as a communication liaison between the clinical site managers, full-time faculty, the Nursing Program Chair, and the Health Science Coordinator.
13. Remain current on nursing concepts and practice related to nursing education.
14. Remain current in subject area and teaching methodologies by incorporating relevant safety, quality, and evidenced-based practice recommendations; knowledgeable and committed to the mission and purposes of community colleges.
15. The work assignment is determined by the clinical placement needs with an expectation of regular campus presence and engagement in program activities.
16. Performs other duties as assigned.
Under the supervision of the Dean of Health Sciences, each part-time faculty member is responsible for satisfying the educational, administrative, and fiscal requirements inherent in his/her position.
• Current unencumbered RN license in the State of Michigan.
• Minimum Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from an accredited college/university.
• Minimum of two (2) years clinical teaching experience in one or more of the following settings; long term care, adult medical surgical, behavioral health, maternal-child, and/or pediatrics.
• Excellent communication skills.
• Demonstrated knowledge of instructional technology.
• Experience working with a diverse population.
• Maintain professional credentials as required by the State of Michigan and program accreditation standards for continued qualification as nursing clinical assistant.
• The qualifications for the nursing clinical coordinator shall be in accordance with the applicable certification/credential requirements specified by the Michigan Board of Nursing, Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
• BLS certification.
• Current health requirements per nursing program and clinical site requirements.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
By completing this application, your information will be added to the candidate pool. Should review of your qualifications result in a decision to pursue your candidacy, you will be contacted by the department chair.
Successful candidates possessing a BSN will be paid at $45 per contact hour. Candidates with an MSN will be paid at $50 per contact hour.
Questions? Please contact the Nursing Program Director, Dana Jenkins at 269-927-8100 × 5232 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional required documents to be included with application are:
Official transcripts, MI Registered Nurse license (current), certain health records (contact Nursing Department for more information), background check and drug screen.
Please send the above to:
Lake Michigan College
Attn: Nursing Department
2755 E. Napier Ave.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Part time faculty are not employed directly by Lake Michigan College with a few exceptions based on MSPERS retirement program. All others are employed thru EDUStaff, LLC. If you are selected for one of these roles, you will be required to complete EDUStaff’s employment application and on-boarding processes.
Summer Hours - Monday through Thursday workweek applies.
Open Date: 04/20/2021
To apply, visit https://lmc.simplehire.com/postings/3585
About Lake Michigan College
Lake Michigan College is a community college in southwest Michigan. We have three campuses --two of which are located ten minutes from our namesake’s breathtaking shoreline.
Like other community colleges, we offer associate degrees, certificates, and even a baccalaureate degree. But what sets us apart from our peers is our seemingly limitless potential and our people - people who care deeply about our region’s future and who are committed to student success and exemplary educational programs, strong alignments with both established and emerging industries, and productive partnerships with the communities we serve.
Faculty and staff at LMC enjoy excellent benefits and a supportive and friendly work environment. LMC recently received a Capital Outlay grant from the State of Michigan and a new millage from the southwest Michigan community, so the college’s facilities will be getting innovative, sustainable upgrades in the next few years that will contribute to the comfort, productivity and collaborative environment for all employees.
Living in Southwest Michigan
Southwest Michigan attracts millions of tourists who come for our beaches, wineries, and nationally acclaimed golf courses. But many who visit, choose to stay for our great schools, low cost of living, and high quality of life.
LMC’s main campus is nestled in a watery and wooded wildlife sanctuary, yet it’s less than a half-day’s drive from major metro areas including Chicago, Milwaukee, Detroit, and Indianapolis.