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Nursing Instructor (0.77) - UPMC Jameson School of Nursing

  • Job ID: 200001T0
  • Status: Full-Time
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Hours:
  • Shift: Day Job
  • Facility: UPMC Jameson
  • Department: School of Nursing
  • Location: 1211 Wilmington Avenue, New Castle PA 16105
  • Union Position: Non
  • Salary Range: $28.28 to $46.56 / hour

Description

UPMC Jameson School of Nursing is hiring a Full-Time Nursing Instructor (0.77) to help support its New Castle, PA location. This position will work primarily M-F daylight. This position will work seasonally (fall/spring).

The Nursing Instructor for the School of Nursing has the authority, responsibility and accountability for both the didactic and clinical instruction of students in utilizing the nursing process to provide quality patient care. This position requires the ability to effectively instruct nursing students in the classroom as well as provide meaningful learning experiences, guidance and evaluation of those students in the clinical environment utilizing the nursing process during the provision of care to ensure safe nursing care and quality patient outcomes.


Responsibilities:
  • Utilizes teaching strategies grounded in educational theory and evidence based teaching practice. Provides quality classroom and clinical instruction to groups of nursing students. Uses personal attributes in facilitating student learning. Recognizes the influence of teaching styles and interpersonal interactions on learner outcomes. Creates opportunities for learner to develop critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills. Maintains professional practice knowledge base through continuing education programs and conferences. Provides resources and coaching to diverse learners to assist them in meeting their individual needs. Establishes and maintains positive, caring relationships with students, faculty, management, patients/families and all other members of the health care team. Utilizes critical thinking skills to lead students in the application of the nursing process in the classroom and in the clinical area.
  • Demonstrates clinical judgment with critical thinking, analytical and problem solving abilities required as related to various aspects of the teaching-learning process. Instructs and evaluates multiple students and creates meaningful learning assignments both in the classroom and in the clinical area. Demonstrates mastery of course content and clinical competence. Contributes in the development of school policies.
  • Utilizes teaching strategies grounded in educational theory and evidence based teaching practice. Provides quality classroom and clinical instruction to groups of nursing students. Uses personal attributes in facilitating student learning. Recognizes the influence of teaching styles and interpersonal interactions on learner outcomes. Creates opportunities for learner to develop critical thinking and clinical reasoning skills. Maintains professional practice knowledge base through continuing education programs and conferences. Provides resources and coaching to diverse learners to assist them in meeting their individual needs. Establishes and maintains positive, caring relationships with students, faculty, management, patients/families and all other members of the health care team. Utilizes critical thinking skills to lead students in the application of the nursing process in the classroom and in the clinical area.
  • Initiates opportunities to maintain the mission and values of the parent organization. Serves as a role model for communication with other health care team members to enhance and influence nursing within the organization. Incorporates the values of trust, respect, collegiality, professionalism and caring to build an organizational climate that fosters the development of the student and other faculty. Develops strategies to incorporate principles of dignity and respect in meeting the diverse learning needs of students in both the classroom and clinical practice area. Works productively and effectively within a complex educational environment. Resolves and manages conflict effectively and in a timely manner. Coaches students on cultural diversity and civility in the educational environment. Creates an environment which recognizes and values differences in peers, patients, families and communities.
  • Utilizes current literature to design evidence based teaching strategies in classroom and clinical settings. Participates in quality improvement projects and/or scholarly work. Shares learning from outcomes with other faculty and schools of nursing. Participates in the Systematic Program Evaluation Process. Utilizes assessment and evaluation data to improve student performance.
  • Maintains active membership in professional nursing organizations. Engages in educational activities that promote ones professional growth in the role of a nurse educator. Utilizes feedback gained from self, peer and student evaluations to improve role effectiveness. Seeks opportunities to share expertise with other faculty and members of the healthcare team. Promotes innovative practices in the educational environment. Engages in the shared leadership of the school by participating in school committees.

Qualifications

MSN required
3 years of clinical practice
Precepting experience required; clinical teaching experience in prelicensure program preferred
Previous teaching experience preferred.
Certified Nurse Educator certification preferred.
Appointment to this position and retention of this position is contingent upon the approval of the PA State Board of Nursing.

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) OR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire
  • CPR Certification for BLS for Health Care Providers.
  • Current Pennsylvania licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse.
  • Act 33 with renewal
  • Act 34 with renewal
  • Act 73 FBI Clearance
  • UPMC approved certification, preferred.
  • Appointment to this position and retention of this position is contingent upon the approval of the PA State Board of Nursing.

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