This position is responsible for teaching in the classroom, various clinical settings, and in the Simulation lab for the Nursing program, including Registered and Practical nursing. Schedule may include evenings, weekends, instruction online, or in a “smart” classroom.
Master’s degree in Nursing. Minimum of three years nursing experience, including medical/surgical nursing. Knowledge of or willingness to teach in a hybrid or distance teaching format if applicable.
Experience in college teaching, including related duties in advising, committees, curriculum development and psychiatric nursing is preferred.
A current unencumbered Registered Nursing license from Oregon and Idaho or ability to obtain licenses from both Oregon and Idaho by date of hire.
Duties may include but are not limited to:
- Teach both first and second year nursing courses.
- Learn and use appropriate technology to support the curriculum, including the use of Blackboard and the Simulation lab.
- Supervise assigned clinical and campus lab/simulation experiences, conducting group discussions and student conferences.
- Create a positive learning environment for students using innovative, effective and diverse teaching methods to engage students in their own learning and enhance student success.
- Utilize classroom assessment techniques to improve instruction.
- Participate in the student advising and college wide efforts to improve student retention and success.
- Evaluate and document student progress; keep students apprised of progress.
- Participate as a member of working committees dealing with instruction, student matters, and/or college-related concerns. Participate in departmental meetings, in-service training and activities, and other required training.
- Assist in curriculum and program development incorporating current educational theories, research, and outcomes assessment strategies. Select appropriate texts, software, and supplemental materials.
- Able to be flexible with curriculum needs as program moves into Oregon Consortium of Nursing Education.
- Maintain office hours sufficient to meet the needs of students for consultation and advisement: Minimum five hours per week.
- Work effectively with colleagues and students of various cultural (including traditional, non-traditional and international students) and socio-economic backgrounds.
This announcement covers the most significant duties performed by the position, but does not include other work, which may be similar, related to, or a logical assignment for the position.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT
This is a full time, tenure-track, 10 month, Faculty bargaining unit position. Benefits include medical insurance, paid leave, and Oregon retirement plan. Starting annual salary is approximately $47,000 (new hire may be eligible for additional steps on the salary schedule according to prior work and education experience). Schedule may include late afternoons and/or evenings, instruction online, or in a “smart” classroom.
A complete application file consists of the following items:
- A letter of interest stating how you are qualified to perform the duties;
- A résumé;
- College transcripts and certificates (copies acceptable at this time);
- Two recent letters of recommendation and a minimum of three professional references; and
- A TVCC Application for Employment (may download at www.tvcc.cc).
NOTE: If you are unable to supply any requested application information by the deadline, please notify the HR office, otherwise your application may be deemed incomplete and will not be considered further. Materials submitted with the application become the property of TVCC and will be retained in accordance with employment procedures.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Position will remain open until filled. Emailed materials will not be accepted; all materials should be submitted or mailed to: Treasure Valley Community College, Attn: Human Resources, 650 College Boulevard, Ontario, OR 97914.