Pacific Times Healthcare College is currently looking for additional instructors. Please read through the qualifications and job descriptions below. If you are interested to apply, please send your resumé and letter of application to email@example.com.
OPEN Interviews at Corona Campus December 11th between 9 am to 3pm. Positions open for both campuses!
Clinical Instructor Job Qualifications
- Two (2) years experience as a licensed nurse (RN or LVN), one year of experience must be in a long-term care facility.
- Diploma in Vocational Nursing obtained from an accredited college.
- Active Non-Restricted California LVN or RN license.
- Excellent communication skills, critical thinking, instructing others.
- Current basic life support (BLS/CPR) certification
NAT Instructor Duties and Responsibilities:
- Plans, coordinates, manages and directs the classroom, skills lab, and clinical setting training experience for students Leading to successful completion of the program.
- Evaluates interpersonal skills, technical skills, and knowledge base of students in classroom, skill lab and clinical setting at regular intervals to measure student performance
- Maintains confidential, accurate and complete records and reports as required by state and federal regulations and PTHC policies.
- Responsible for efficient and effective use of all supplies and materials maintaining appropriate controls for loss reduction and documenting replacement needs
- Maintains a cooperative working relationship with clinical sites and staff to provide a comprehensive and safe learning environment for students
- Trains, orients, and supervises new NAT instructors as requested
- Serves as technical resource to NAT program director
- Completes and submits course records and reports in a timely manner, meeting required deadlines.
- Meets 100% compliance for record keeping and program delivery requirements
- Engages in regular effective communications with students, staff, and other PTHC administrators regarding program changes and quality management issues.
- Supports program completion activities such as graduation, recognition ceremonies and student development activities as requested
- Remains current on state regulations and training standards
- Cannot advise students on whether to drop out or continue with the program.