- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Associate Degree in Nursing or a Nursing Diploma from a regionally accredited institution; at least two (2)years (4000 hours) of experience as a registered nurse in the United States
- Unencumbered license to practice as a Registered Nurse in North Carolina
- At least one (1) year (2000 hours) of RN experience in the provision of long-term care facility services in the US demonstrated by:
- Working in a long-term care facility licensed as a skilled nursing facility or a skilled nursing facility which is a distinct part of hospital, OR,
- Supervising or teaching students in a long-term care facility licensed as a skilled nursing facility oar skilled nursing facility which is a distinct part of a hospital.
- Meets at least one of the following:
- Completion of a course in teaching adults
- Experience in teaching adults, OR,
- Experience in supervising nurse aides.
Required knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Supervisory experience and proven ability to effectively supervise, manage, coordinate, evaluate, plan, and assess programs.
- Proven oral, written, research and organizational skills, as well as presentation skills.
- Proven ability to follow directions, work with little supervision, submit timely reports, and maintain confidentiality.
- Above average computer skills to include proficiency in Microsoft Office programs.
- Bachelor's degree in Nursing
- At least five years (10,000 hours) work experience as a registered nurse.
- Experience and proven ability as a classroom instructor in health occupations programs.
- At least three years teaching experience.
- Knowledge of and/or experience in other health occupations fields offered at the college.
- Experience with online instruction and use of Blackboard.
- Detail oriented, creative and innovative.
"Learning First" is the primary institutional goal for Central Carolina Community College where all faculty and staff are empowered as educators, committed to responsibility for the learning process.
The Medical Programs Coordinator is mandated by the North Carolina Division of Health Service Regulation (NCDHSR) for the supervision of Nurse Aide I programs. This position also implements, directs, and supervises all other short-term continuing education medical programs given at CCCC. This position reports to the Director of Continuing Education Medical Programs.
This position requires ability to travel to all CCCC medical programs locations and clinical sites. Work is performed in a classroom, laboratory and clinical environments with risk of exposure to blood-borne pathogens.
- Teach courses within the assigned area; demonstrates high degree of skill in teaching; models effective teaching techniques for trainers/instructors.
- Plans and delivers classroom lectures and labs.
- Coordinates clinical rotation and end of class mock testing.
- Registers students for the state certification examination.
- Coordinates outside education activities for the students.
- Monitors course offerings and recommends additions, changes, deletions to keep program/area current;coordinates the development of course outlines and materials in assigned area.
- Recruits, interviews, recommends trainers/instructors/staff and provides orientation for assigned area; monitors and evaluates trainer/instructor/staff performance. Ensures the submission of initial employment forms for employees.
- Serve on College committees as assigned.
- Complete the annual five-hour staff development.
- Encourage and support College activities, policies, procedures, and philosophies.
- Perform other duties as assigned.