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Nursing Simulation and Clinical Lab Coordinator
St. Andrews University, a branch of Webber International University, is accepting applications for a Simulation and Clinical Lab Coordinator for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing per-licensure program. The successful candidate will coordinate and manage the Nursing Program’s skills lab and simulation center. The individual in this position will assure the effective and efficient operation of the lab, assess and provide for meeting program and student needs, and oversee the operation of high and medium fidelity technology to ensure safe and effective use of the simulation equipment.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Develops, implements, updates, and monitors simulation lab policies, procedures, use, and operation
Monitors and schedules use, signing out, and movement of simulation lab equipment Develops, presents, evaluates and refines scenarios for simulation experiences, utilizing role playing, props and dialogue to create a realistic learning environment Develops and implements clinical simulation to meet accreditation standards
Creates and maintains a respectful and professional working environment, incorporating active learning, reflective thinking, and a confidential debriefing process Performs data analysis to evaluate learning and satisfaction with the provision of services
Continuously updates and refines simulation experiences based on identified needs and to serve as a resource for faculty utilizing simulation in classroom/lab activities Maintains the lab inventory, ensures the safe storage and disposal of hazardous materials
Monitors and assures appropriate standards of lab cleanliness, provides for equipment maintenance, repair, and replacement
Orients instructors in lab procedures, location and use of materials, and operation of equipment
Responsible for business development of the simulation lab, establishes community partners, develops income generated projects, seeks grants and other funding sources
Oversees simulation lab information and technology support Formulates budget recommendations
Ensures a safe and healthy work environment, complies with college health and safety policies, practices, and programs in keeping with occupational health & safety legislation and regulation
Models professional standards, including customer service, collaboration, communication, excellence, attendance, and related
Performs remediation with students in skills area
Works closely with college staff to appropriately integrate lab operations, obtain maximum utilization for the most efficient expenditure, and to moderate student costs
Any other duties as may be appropriately assigned or required
Applicants must have a Master’s Degree in Nursing, 3-5 years’ experience in general clinical work, previous experience in simulation laboratory training, skills in acute care, knowledge of simulation techniques and excellent knowledge and understanding of human pathophysiology, possess the skills and ability to train the students, faculty, and clinical staff on simulation equipment, be certified with current BLS CPR, and have or be able to obtain a North Carolina active & unencumbered nursing license. Please submit resume, cover letter, proof of license and certification, and three references to Dr. Dorothy Miller, Chief Nurse Administrator.
Job Type: Full-time
Academic Fieldwork Coordinator Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy Assisting
Department of Health Sciences
St. Andrews University (A Branch of Webber International University) and the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Program invite applications for a 12-month full time position for an Academic Fieldwork Coordinator beginning January 2021.
This is the first OTA program offered at a bachelor level in the State of North Carolina.
Candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Hold a minimum of a baccalaureate degree awarded by an institution that is accredited by a USDE-recognized regional or national accrediting body. Master’s degree preferred.
- Be an initially certified occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant
- Be currently licensed or otherwise regulated in the state or jurisdiction as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant
- Have at least 2 years of clinical practice experience as an occupational therapist or occupational therapy assistant.
- Have at least 1 year of fieldwork educational experience
- At least 1 year of teaching experience in higher education is preferred
Roles & responsibilities include:
- Ensures compliance with accreditation standards applicable to fieldwork education
- Coordinates contracts with the fieldwork agencies, student fieldwork assignments, and rotation through fieldwork sites
- Identifies, supervises, trains, and evaluates fieldwork educators and preceptors
- Facilitates and manages fieldwork course scheduling
- Teaches fieldwork courses within the first and/or second year of the core curriculum as appropriate, to assure program continuity.
- Travels to fieldwork sites and acts as liaison between affiliate partners and the University while overseeing student fieldwork assignments, verifying student attendance logs, and verifying required program fieldwork competency checks, while addressing any potential affiliate/student issues.
- Provides after-hours program support activities, including but not limited to communications with students, fieldwork instructors and preceptors.
- Facilitates conflict resolution with students, faculty and fieldwork personnel.
- Coordinates and assists students in completing the required documents in the event of any injuries during fieldwork rotations; ensures adherence to affiliate partner and college safety department policies and procedures concerning clinic/work-related injuries while following program protocols.
- Calculates and determines all grades for fieldwork courses.
- Keeps records on the progression of students through the fieldwork component of the program.
- Evaluates and ensures the effectiveness of fieldwork affiliates and fieldwork education centers.
- Tracks and coordinates students’ compliance with fieldwork requirements
- Facilitates and coordinates fieldwork program continuing education and faculty development activities
- Collects and analyzes data to evaluate effectiveness of fieldwork experiences in meeting program learning goals.
- Maintains currency of student fieldwork handbook for the program
How to apply:
Fill out an application for the position using the following link www.sa.edu/about-us/employment-opportunities. Forward the following documents to Rachelle Lydell, MSOT, OTR/L, Program Director and Assistant Professor of Occupational Therapy at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Curriculum vitae and cover letter outlining your interest in the position and your qualifications
- a letter on your behalf from three professional references
- statement of your philosophy for fieldwork education and teaching
Applications will be accepted until October 9th , 2020.
Full time position in campus security. 2nd shift must be able to work weekends . Must be at least 25 with drivers license & background check.
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This position involves routine cleaning; sweeping, mopping, cleaning bathrooms, trash removal among other routine duties. Individual must be able to walk, lift, climb stairs without any restrictions. Hours are 7:00am until 3:30 pm with two 15- minute breaks and a 30 minute lunch break Monday through Friday; however there may be some weekend work.
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Duties include mowing grass, raking leaves, picking up debris, cutting tree limbs, and general cleaning of the grounds around the campus. Also includes other duties as instructed by your supervisor.
Must have a valid NC driver’s license.
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