Simulation Clinical Supervisor
Stevenson University is experiencing unprecedented growth. As a result, we are seeking candidates for the following position:
Simulation Clinical Supervisor
The primary responsibilities of this 12 month position include all of the following: clinical teaching at both Stevenson and Upper Chesapeake and/or Sinai, service to the department and/or Upper Chesapeake and/or Sinai, and continued scholarship in the field. Additional responsibilities may include involvement in off-campus, evening, or weekend duties.
Education & Experience:
Masters degree plus three years of college level or hospital teaching experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Expertise in the area of medical-surgical nursing and high fidelity simulation(s) is preferred, and flexibility with regard to functioning in other areas of nursing is desired. Valid driver’s license, must be insurable.
• Excellent communication skills and a strong commitment to excellence in teaching and service
• Ability to apply technology in the classroom.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Excel and Blackboard.
• Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
• Ability to travel between campus and the hospital.
• Teaching responsibilities include time spent in clinical and laboratory settings, particularly in fostering learning through the use of simulation(s) at both Stevenson and Upper Chesapeake and/or Sinai; preparing teaching materials; conferring with students and faculty on course materials; directing individual and group studies and practica; reviewing written examinations and papers; evaluating presentations.
• Teaching effectiveness requires participation in peer review and professional development sessions.
• University service requires participation on departmental committees.
• Professional service implies the use of academic and professional expertise to serve your profession, the University, and the community.
• Cooperative extension includes identifying current needs, adapting research results into contemporary language, presenting research-supported information and education to the people of the state, providing leadership in identifying and presenting cutting-edge technology in their discipline, developing interdisciplinary approaches to problem solving, and collaborating with research and teaching faculty to stay current in their fields.
• Administrative responsibilities include arranging clinical simulation activities for both Stevenson students and Upper Chesapeake and/or Sinai staff, grading course work, and other organizing responsibilities as required.
• Collaborate with the institution’s organizational leadership & education/ training personnel to assess organization’s learning needs, specifically those learning needs that can be met with simulation activities.
• Work with a broad array of stakeholders to contribute to the development of curriculum materials. Employ quality, risk management and process improvement strategies to optimize program outcomes, staff competency, and patient care.
• Develop educationally sound simulation curriculum (e.g., scenarios, presentations) as needed.
• Collaborate with the Center for Nursing Excellence at Upper Chesapeake and/or Sinai in identifying simulation-related budgetary needs.
• Collegiality, as well as professional and ethical conduct, enhances teaching, learning and the general reputation of all persons in the academy. Therefore, all faculty/staff members are expected to serve in a collegial fashion and in accordance with professional and ethical principles when dealing with other faculty members, students, administrators, and members of the public.
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by Shane Turner via NursingFacultyJobs.com