Per the NFA Contract, Article 10, TMCC is announcing to all eligible academic faculty that a need exists for 2 Nursing Simulation Coordinators.
January 24, 2019
These two positions will be responsible for management of all simulations across the nursing curriculum. The position requires extensive knowledge of simulation and the Maxine S. Jacobs Nursing program curriculum. The individuals must work closely with nursing theory faculty.
Scope of Work
The work will run over the duration of the semester.
Responsibilities and Deliverables
- Collaborate with nursing theory faculty in identifying, developing and implementing simulation.
- Plan, implement, and evaluate simulation-based learning experiences.
- Assess needs and assure integration of simulation-based activities in the nursing curriculum to meet student-learning outcomes.
- Provides orientation and education for nursing faculty relative to simulation-based activities.
- Interacts with outside vendors in coordination with the Nursing director, for evaluation and selection of hardware, software, equipment and supplies.
- Makes recommendations related to student learning needs, and equipment.
- Coordinate ordering of supplies with lab coordinator.
- Maintenance and reasonable fixing of manikins and simulation equipment.
- Provide reports and recommendations to the Director of Nursing, as appropriate.
A Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and Master’s Degree in Nursing or health related field. Current license to practice nursing in the State of Nevada. Simulation experience and knowledge of nursing curriculum, accreditation standards, assessment of student learning outcomes. Expert technical skills and computer experience.
3 credit release or 3 credits of workload for the semester.
Nursing Program Director.
Interested full-time faculty will submit a letter of interest to the Sciences Division dean no later than 5 p.m., February 7, 2019.
The Nursing director and/or Sciences Division dean will notify applicants of the hiring decision on February 11, 2019.