VN Theory Instructor

  • Advanced College
  • 5260 Pirrone Court
  • Oct 02, 2018
Professional

Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY

The VN Theory Instructor reports directly to the Director of Nursing with an indirect reporting relationship to the Director of Campus Operations. He/she will be responsible for teaching all class materials as outlined in the syllabus; meet program and course objectives; and follow program approved curriculum for VN Instruction.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Teaching responsibilities include time spent in the classroom, laboratory, or online in telecommunications courses and in immediate preparation for them;
Maintaining and improving competence in subjects being taught; preparing teaching materials;
Conferring with students on course materials;
Directing individual and group studies and practical;
Reviewing written or online examinations and papers;
Evaluating presentations; and supervising independent study projects.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Prepare courses in accordance with published faculty workload guidelines and departmental requirements
Prepare and distribute course syllabi according to university and departmental requirements
Grade all assignments, quizzes, projects, and/or exams as described in the course syllabi
Meet with students (in person or virtual) as related to instructional activity
Evaluate, update, and revise courses regularly
Participate in the assessment activities of the Department as directed
Administrative responsibilities include writing syllabi, grading course work, submitting final grades.
POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

RN with Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of three years’ experience or LVN with a minimum of six years’ experience.
Current California Nursing License and current CPR/BLS card.
Demonstrate integrity and ethics; leads through open, honest communication; makes decisions with the high ethical standards of the institution in mind.
Disciplined yet dynamic; able to focus on quality outcomes across short time scales and adapt quickly to change as necessary.
Results-oriented.
Strong student-centered focus; commitment to student satisfaction and success.
Ability to prioritize tasks and manage deadlines appropriately.
Excellent communication skills across all levels; able to communicate ideas and expectations clearly and concisely.