Practical Nursing Instructor PT
Job Overview & Description
Currently seeking part time class and clinical instructors.
General Description: The Practical Nursing Instructor as an Adult & Continuing Education Instructor shall be responsible for developing curriculum, preparing lesson plans, selecting appropriate books and teaching materials, and successfully teaching subject matter to adult students in the nursing program, on site or at satellite locations. The Instructor is responsible for satisfactory classroom management and record keeping. The Instructor is also responsible for referring students to or notifying the Nursing Coordinator of issues or problems that must be dealt with administratively. The Instructor is expected to present a professional and positive image personally, and as a representative of the school and its programs.
Required Qualifications: The individual to be hired to the position of Adult Nursing Instructor must meet the following conditions and qualifications:
Graduation from an approved professional school of nursing and a Bachelor's Degree in nursing, Master’s degree in nursing preferred.
Current registration as a professional nurse in Pennsylvania Experience and skill in the practice of nursing, which requires classroom and clinical instruction for students enrolled in the Practical Nursing program
Must be technically experienced in the subject matter they will be teaching with preference given to those who have had previous adult teaching experience as well.
Technical certifications related to the area of instruction are a plus
Must meet all legal requirements, submit all criminal background checks, clearance statements, and the like, established by law.
Valid Driver’s License
Key Responsibilities: The Adult Nursing Instructor must have the ability to perform the following essential functions with or without reasonable accommodations:
Aid in the development and implementation of nursing programs in the Adult Ed Center.
Develop individual instructional materials.
Aid in the selection of books, tools, and equipment.
Assist the Nursing program Staff with student placements via conferences and recommendations.
Maintain safety rules and procedures and observe all policies per the Instructor Handbook.
Maintain an up-to-date inventory of all tools and equipment.
Maintain accurate records for attendance, progress charts and grade reports.
Use proper, accepted instructional techniques to reach learners with a variety of learning styles.
Present all materials in an unbiased and nonjudgmental way.
Maintain classroom control and tidiness.
Assist company representatives in developing and delivering company site based programs.
Work with CNA program
Serve as a role model by practicing the Teacher Professional Code of Ethics as defined by the Pennsylvania School Code.
Assist in maintaining State and national credentials/accreditation
Other related duties as outlined in the complete job description or otherwise assigned.
Potential Teaching areas include but are not limited to; Neurological, Gynecological, Mental Health, Respiratory, Cardiovascular, Obstetrics, Pediatric
About York Tech
For over 50 years, the York County School of Technology has provided high-quality, dynamic academic and technical education to its students. As a result, York Tech graduates are both career and college ready, and we have been ranked as the #1 comprehensive technical school in the state of Pennsylvania. We're proud to serve a diverse population of 1,700 students from 14 sending school districts in York County. You can learn more about our programs and students in the following videos.
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