Clinical Faculty and Assistant in the Learning Resource Center
College of Nursing
Under minimal supervision, the nursing faculty member and assistant in the Learning Resource Center supports the systems and processes needed for effective teaching and support of the LRC. As a member of the LRC team within the College of Nursing, the assistant in the LRC supports advanced and innovative technology and techniques to meet the teaching/learning needs of undergraduate and graduate students. During selective semesters, this position also includes teaching (classroom and/or clinical for nursing degree programs).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Participates in the annual LRC budget preparation, monthly reports, monitoring revenue/expenditures, management of funding sources, and maintenance of contracts.
Participates in the application for grants/partnerships and funding opportunities for simulation education and growth.
Possesses excellent oral and written communication skills, with experience using public relations principles and practices.
Utilizes the strategic plan to effect change in a multi-cultural environment.
Supports mentorship and development of faculty in the areas of simulation, debriefing and other educational technologies.
Possesses strong leadership and management skills.
Possesses the ability to think, reason, and make sound judgments on how responsibilities are completed in compliance with college standards.
Retains excellent problem solving skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple projects/tasks with varied deadlines.
Retains excellent organizational skills.
Supports a flexible schedule to meet the needs of student learning.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above, qualifications include:
Master’s degree in nursing from CCNE accredited program.
Unencumbered Georgia Registered Nurse licensure.
At least two years of experience in simulation and skills lab teaching, or combination of education and experience commensurate with the requirements of the position.
Proficient in computer usage.
Ability to meet opportunities of adult learners from diverse backgrounds.
Self-directed and innovative.
Recent classroom and clinical teaching experience in postsecondary nursing program (past five years).
BLS certified instructor with current BLS CPR and ALS certification.
Experience and certification in simulation.
Nurse practitioner certification.
Minimum of two years recent clinical nursing practice in an acute care setting.
Selection of the final candidate is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check.