Position Title Orange County Branch: Adjunct Medical-Surgical Nursing Clinical Faculty
Primary School or College School of Nursing and Health Professions
Job Type Adjunct
Union Type USFFA
Travel Up to 75%
Work Environment Physical-inside/outside
The School of Nursing ad Health Professions seeks to hire part-time (adjunct) medical-surgical nursing faculty to assume teaching responsibilities for undergraduate nursing students in a clinical setting.
Applicants must hold a California RN License.
Job Responsibilities The clinical faculty member will be assume responsibility and accountability for:
Facilitating student learning in the clinical setting by coaching students to translate knowledge into the attitudes and skills required to give safe high quality patient care.
Supervise student groups in the clinical setting (maintains presence in clinical setting during the entire clinical student time unless assigned to Capstone course when student has individual preceptor).
Evaluating student performance in the clinical setting; provide frequent student feedback to enable success; meeting the student at mid term and end of course to assign grades.
Attending departmental meetings.
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Clinical faculty maintains current: RN licensure, AHA Professional Rescuer CPR, and Health Records titers and immunization.
Some teaching assignments may include previous experiences with the geriatrics population.
Bachelor's degree in nursing with evidence of an established area of clinical expertise and demonstrable skills.
Experience in clinical teaching, student supervision, and teaching methods are desired.
Other clinical/agencies requirements as needed.
One year of full-time direct patient care experience within the last 5 years in the clinical area that corresponds to the teaching assignment (medical surgical, pediatrics, obstetrics, geriatrics, psychiatric mental health nursing, or community health nursing). Acute care clinical experience in these clinical areas is preferred but not required for teaching community health related courses.
Special Instructions Summary Please note the teaching location is out of Orange County and not the main campus in San Francisco.
Job Open Date 09/26/2017
Posted until Filled No
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