Nursing Clinical Coordinator

Per the NFA Contract, Article 9, TMCC is announcing to all eligible Academic and Administrative faculty that a need exists for a Nursing Program Clinical Coordinator.

Posting Date

April 15, 2024


The Nursing Program Clinical Coordinator acts as a liaison between faculty, students, and clinical sites. One Clinical Coordinator will fulfill the duties for the two levels of the program.

Level 1 – Semesters 1 & 2; Level 2 – Semesters 3 & 4.

Scope of Work

This position will serve during the 2024–25 academic term. Estimated time of 196 total hours. This additional assignment is not automatically renewed annually.

Responsibilities and Deliverables

  1. Faculty Services:
    1. Orient new part-time faculty to clinical supervision role.
    2. Collaborate with the director to monitor performance of part-time faculty assigned to courses, provide feedback when needed.
    3. Participate in student discipline and performance counseling sessions for full-time and part-time faculty as needed.
    4. Provide for due process for all students.
    5. Disseminate student clinical requirements information to all course faculty.
  2. Scheduling:
    1. Develop a course schedule of students for each unit/facility
    2. Assign full-time faculty to students and facility.
    3. Coordinate with director to assign part-time faculty to clinical groups.
    4. Formulate all part-time faculty clinical schedule for unit/facility.
    5. Provide schedule of students and faculty to administrative assistant for scheduling of EMR training.
    6. The clinical coordinator will work with lab coordinator and director to develop all clinical course skills labs and simulation lab schedules.
  3. Student Services:
    1. Act as a resource for students who have clinical issues.
      • Work w/director to coordinate a "second look".
      • Meet w/students and course faculty as the need arises and accept complaints and attempt to resolve according to the Nursing Program complaint policy.
      • Communicate with director regarding any issues related to clinical.
    2. Work with director to arrange for make-up days if possible.
    3. Work with the course clinical faculty to provide for due process for all students.
  4. Facility:
    1. Submit clinical requests to director.
    2. Request for specific clinical placements in clinical agencies, to include acute care, community agencies and clinics as needed.


The successful applicant must be qualified as a nursing instructor. The ideal person for this position would be familiar with the inner workings of the Nursing Program and its various courses and committees as well as the college at large.


This is a "B" contract position with 6.5 credits stipend or release time per semester (Fall and Spring).

Reports To

Jody Covert, Director of Nursing.

Application Process

Interested faculty will submit a letter of interest describing special qualifications and background information no later than 5 p.m. on April 30, 2024

The letter should be addressed to Jody Covert, Director of Nursing. NOTE: Administrative faculty must include a documented plan for separation of the additional assignment work from regular work time.

Selection Process

The Life Sciences, Allied Health & Public Safety Division Dean will notify applicants of the hiring decision on or before May 13, 2024.