Saturday, January 25, 2014

Simulation Lab Coordinator/Instructor


Simulation Lab Coordinator/Instructor

College of Marin

Part-time, Temporary

(Categorically Funded Project)

Reporting to the Dean of Health Sciences, the Simulation Lab Coordinator/Specialist Instructor is responsible for development of scenario based instruction and integration of simulation into the registered nursing program; providing faculty development with the use of simulation; simulation practice for Registered Nursing students; evaluation of simulation teaching strategies; and overseeing the operation of the simulation lab.

WORK SCHEDULE: Part-time, temporary: approximately 15-22 hours per week, depending on departmental needs and class schedules.


1. A Master’s degree in Nursing; or

2. A Bachelor’s degree in Nursing AND a Master’s degree in Health Education or Health Science; and

3. A current, valid California RN license; and

4. Appointment is subject to BRN approval; and

5. Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, learning styles and disabilities of community college students and staff.


  • Recent experience as a nursing educator in a registered nursing program or hospital teaching medical surgical nursing content (theory and clinical) with strong pathophysiology knowledge and expertise.

  • Experience with curriculum development and evaluation.

  • Experience with simulation as an educational tool or with hi-fidelity simulation manikins preferred but not required.

  • Committed to utilizing simulation methodology in learning and its ability to transform nursing education.

  • Excellent computer skills and experience in the practical use of computers and instructional technology to facilitate and support student learning and staff development.

  • Working knowledge of the State and Federal codes, statutes and regulations that govern California community college instructional and student learning programs.

  • Demonstrated experience in shared governance and collaboration with faculty and administrative staff.

  • Demonstrated skill in written and oral communication, interpersonal and organizational skills, and working collectively in teams.

  • Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with program faculty as a team member in an integrated curriculum, including course planning, teaching, preparing course materials, and evaluation.

  • Recent in patient clinical experience with ability to creatively translate this experience into scenario format for teaching purposes.

  • Experience developing new programs or projects and or entrepreneurial ventures.

SALARY: The successful candidate will be compensated at the stipend rate of $63.61 per hour. This position is a categorically funded, part-time, temporary project.

CLEARANCES: Criminal Justice/Fingerprint Clearance Tuberculin (TB) Clearance

Drug Screening & Background Clearance

Kirsten Gisle, Human Resources Technician,

Only applicants selected to interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. EOE.


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