Nursing Faculty - Simulation Assistant (Part-Time)
Department Chair, Nursing
Health Sciences Education
Full or Part-time:
Provides instruction and other professional contributions aligned
with the mission and strategic goals of the College and the
Academic Services Unit. Delivers currency of courses, programs, and
curricula in assigned program discipline. Creates an innovative and
engaging learning environment. Delivers effective simulation in
alignment with program and course outcomes.
1. Delivers effective instruction, including simulation instruction
in coordination with the Simulation Coordinator. 2. In
collaboration with department colleagues, full-time faculty, and
the Academic Dean, implements appropriate assessment of student
learning at the course and program level. 3. Recommends equipment
and software needed to full-time faculty and Simulation Lab Tech
Support Specialist. 4. Effectively integrates use of instructional
technology in instruction, when appropriate. 5. Utilize technology
to advance student learning, including but not limited to high
fidelity simulations, and other existing/ emerging technologies
that serve to bridge theory with practice. 6. Support, mentor and
remediate nursing students to reach educational goals. 7.
Contributes to the discipline taught as well as in current trends
in teaching methodologies for their specific discipline. 8.
Contributes to decision-making in a productive manner. 9.
Participate in activities that promote the nursing profession and
encourage enrollment and program completion. 10. Performs other
duties as assigned.
SIMULATION ASSISTANT JOB DUTIES: 1. Provides nursing education by
managing operations of the Simulation and Nursing Education Center
(NEC) labs. 2. Delivers simulation and lab activates for the
various laboratory experiences aligned with curriculum. 3.
Coordinate the use of simulation technology to support student
learning and practice. 4. Work with faculty to establish lab
simulation learning activities. 5. Plan, prepare, and set up for
nursing lab simulations. 6. Manage lab activities and program
scenarios in simulation. 7. Provide remedial instruction to
students with targeted deficiencies. 8. Stage all equipment and
supplies needed to complete simulations.
Under the supervision of the Nursing Simulation Coordinator and
Dean of Health Sciences, each part- time faculty member is
responsible for satisfying the educational, administrative, and
fiscal requirements inherent on his/her position.
• Current unencumbered RN license in the State of Michigan. •
Master of Nursing (MSN) 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 simulation assistant 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.
OTHER HIGHLY DESIRED QUALITIES: Committed to the value of diversity
and the free and open exchange of ideas; student success;
technically competent in standard office applications,
instructional technology, implement effective assessment strategies
for measuring student learning; knowledgeable and committed to the
mission and purposes of community colleges.
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. Please note that background check, drug screen,
official transcripts, Michigan Registered Nurse license (current),
and immunization records are required upon hire. Part time faculty
are not employed directly by Lake Michigan College, with a few
exceptions based on MSPERS retirement program. All others are
employed through 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. Questions? Please contact
the Nursing Department Chair at 269-927-8100 Monday through
Thursday summer work hours apply to this position.
To apply, visit https://lmc.simplehire.com/postings/3690
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
and nationally acclaimed golf courses
many who visit, choose to stay for our
great schools, low cost of living, and high quality of
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