Kirtland Community College is seeking a full or part-time faculty member to assist with the coordination of the nursing assistant program activities for the 2015-16 academic year.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Plan, organize and monitor all aspects of the program under the direction of the Associate Dean of Occupational Programs.
- Assesses labs and equipment for readiness
- Orders equipment and supplies and maintains their security
- Inventory and reorder needed lab supplies and books
- Formulate budget recommendations
- Collaborates with the Nursing Clinical Coordinator related to clinical sites and students’ readiness for clinical
- Secure appropriate faculty for instruction for CENA courses and serves as backup when necessary
- Organizes and assesses the orientation each semester for new clinical/lab instructors
- Maintains current knowledge and adherence to regulatory agency requirements at the state and national level
- Communicate and placement of students to the clinical sites
- The acquisition of clinical sites and the evaluation of the sites for quality assurance
- Maintain the qualifications of “Nurse Aide Train the Trainer” for the state of Michigan
- Maintains records required for the state agencies
- Performs other duties as assigned
SUPERVISION – Works under the general supervision of the Associate Dean of Occupational Programs
- Must be a full or part-time* faculty member of Kirtland Community College
COMPENSATION – $1,650 per semester
STARTING DATE – August, 2015
APPLICATION DEADLINE – To apply for this position, provide a written letter of application or email to the human resources office indicating your interest and qualifications to perform the requirements of the position. Applications will be accepted at the human resources office until 4:30 p.m. on Friday, May 29, 2015.
*NOTE: Part-time faculty should contact the appropriate dean before applying for this special project. Hours worked on this special project will impact the number of hours a part-time faculty may teach based on the final guidelines set forth by the Affordable Healthcare Act.