Closes: Friday, September 30, 2022
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Registered nurse (RN) with a current, unencumbered North Carolina RN license.
- Associate Degree in Nursing.
- Two years’ work experience as a registered nurse (4000 hours); and
- One year RN experience (2000 hours) in long-term care facility (facility must be licensed as a skilled nursing facility or be a skilled nursing facility which is a distinct part of a hospital), or supervise in a long-term care facility, or teach students in a long-term care facility.
- Bachelor's Degree in nursing or related field.
- Two years teaching experience.
This faculty position is responsible for coordination and instruction of the Nurse Aide I, II, and Review courses. The duties include assurance of compliance with standards as set forth by the North Carolina Division of Facility Services (DFS), the North Carolina Board of Nursing, and phlebotomy technician credentialing associations. In addition, this position is responsible for teaching a minimum of six hours per week, facilitating lab and clinical sites, maintaining necessary records, and evaluating clinical activities. This position is designated as “Program Director” through DFS and reports directly to the Director of Health and Public Services Workforce Development.
Clinical affiliates and/or off-site facilities may require faculty participating in clinical/off-site activities to complete a criminal background check, and drug screening, and provide proof of current immunization status, health status, and CPR certification. Faculty are required to present verification of current up-to-date immunizations, as required by the facility, and current CPR status, as required by the facility, to their supervisor annually.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Teach program material via seated and online classes as required by the schedule.
- Apply new material to keep up with changing technology.
- Facilitate regular and substantive interaction via proactive communication with students.
- Participate in new student recruitment.
- Ensure classrooms, labs, and lab equipment are in good repair and maintain a safe environment for students and employees.
- Serve as a mentor to students in your area of expertise.
- Represent with enthusiasm the program within the College and in the community as the primary point of contact.
- Provide supervision to other faculty teachings within the program.
- Coordinate advisory boards, program updates, offerings, and scheduling of courses.
- Develop syllabi for and instruct courses for the Nurse Aide Program.
- Develop syllabi and supervise faculty for phlebotomy technician training courses.
- Coordinate the review, revision, and accreditation process as needed for program standards.
- Create, administer, grade, and maintain records for exams, projects, activities, and reports for evaluation of students in each course.
- Determine the budget for equipment, supplies, and travel and recommend needed purchases.
- Recruit and supervise all part-time faculty serving nurse aide and phlebotomy technician programs.
- Maintain a relationship with community clinical facilities and assist in the training needs of the community relevant to this area.
- Participate in professional organizations, attend conferences and workshops as appropriate and maintain professional contacts with instructors in similar instructional areas on other campuses.
- Attend meetings and updates regarding nurse aide programs and serve as a member of the North Carolina Association of Nursing Instructors.
- Counsel students on an as-needed basis in relation to academic progress.
- Participate in the evaluation and acquisition of instructional materials, audio-visual aids, support, and equipment needs.
- Serve on a variety of campus committees and participate in campus activities.
- Maintain daily office hours as part of a 39-hour week workload.
- Establish course offerings and scheduling for courses. Participate in registration and pre-registration activities.
- Coordinate nurse aide testing with a state-approved testing company.
- Monitor the progress of programs.
- Perform other related duties relevant to the work described herein.
Required Position Training to be completed in the first year of hire:
- Nurse Aide Program Coordinator Orientation
- eLearning Tools
- Microsoft Office
- School Dude
- Institutional Effectiveness Processes
- Leadership Training
- Google Docs
- Self Service
- New Employee Onboarding
- Destiny One
CLINICAL SITE REQUIREMENTS
This paragraph applies only to employees who serve students at clinical affiliates or off-site facilities. Clinical affiliates and/or off-site facilities may require employees participating in clinical/off-site activities to complete a criminal background check, and drug screening, and provide proof of current immunization status, health status, and CPR certification. Immunizations may include full vaccination for COVID-19 as a condition for entry to the facility, and proof of immunization is considered a minimum qualification for positions that require employees to supervise students being educated at such facilities. Such employees are required to present verification of current or up-to-date immunizations (including for COVID-19 for employees hired after September 1, 2021), as required by the facility, and current CPR status, as required by the facility, to their supervisor annually. Employees who serve students at clinical affiliates or off-site facilities and who are hired on or after September 1, 2021, are required to provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 on their first day of employment as a condition to their employment, except where they have a qualifying medical condition or sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance that is contrary to receiving the vaccine. Medical or religious exemptions are determined by the off-site facilities and not Stanly Community College unless the off-site facility has specifically designated the College as responsible for that decision. Decisions for exemptions must be complete within a six-month probationary period or at the discretion of the off-site facilities. Full-time faculty who was continuously employed in the same position prior to September 1, 2021, are not required to provide proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 and their job duties may be modified if they are denied entry to a facility due to vaccination status. Part-time employees whose contract is expired after September 1, 2021, and who apply for rehire will be required to meet the vaccination requirements of the clinical or off-site facilities if the position into which they are hired requires them to supervise students being educated at such facilities.
How to Apply
Job Post Contact
Human Resources Specialist
Stanly Community College
141 College Dr.
Albemarle, NC 28001