Coordinate student clinical placements for the Practical Nurse
Identifies, recruits, and tours new clinical student sites.
Collaborates with agency staff to maintain contractual
Identifies potential adjunct clinical instructors for the
Director of Nursing.
Maintains a list of approved adjunct clinical faculty by
Identifies potential student learning experiences in
Interacts with clinical agencies to plan for and schedule
Conducts site visits to clinical sites on regular basis.
Schedules and notifies students and clinical faculty regarding
the clinical orientations for each student clinical group, each
Prepares orientation documents (if applicable) for all clinical
Maintains clinical clearance records on students and clinical
faculty and submits them to clinical agencies, including CPR
verification, health clearances, background checks, and clinical
training modules that may be required.
Distributes to clinical instructors the student and agency
evaluation forms and clinical teaching forms needed.
Maintains all files related to clinical assignments.
Maintain ACEMAPP requirements and ensure clinical instructor and
student information is updated in ACEMAPP.
Collaborates with site coordinator and clinical instructors to
evaluate clinical sites.
Schedules make-up clinical rotations for students.
Schedules orientation sessions and meetings with and serves as a
resource and support person for clinical adjunct instructors.
In collaboration with the Director of Nursing, manages student
clinical placement issues as appropriate.
Expected to teach a minimum of 20 hours per module
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS ABILITIES:
Must possess good problem solving skills, be resourceful, and
take the initiative when needed.
Experience teaching in a higher learning environment
Knowledge of the clinical and externship experience for PN
Must have a good understanding and knowledge of the requirements
of the Practical Nurse program as well as the structure and
functionality of the program.
Be able to work independently and organized in their work to
ensure that tasks are completed in a timely manner.
Have excellent communication skills and be professional when
dealing with all aspects of the program.
Must be knowledgeable in MSOffice Suite and computers; ability
to handle multiple administrative tasks.
Travel to local campuses and clinical site visits.
May be required to work hours outside normal business hours to
meet business needs; this includes working earlier or later than
set hours, and weekends, as needed.
Mainly based inside a classroom/laboratory environment or
Clinical sites at various locations, as well as an office setting
with mild to moderate noise and lighting levels.
Must hold Registered Nurse license
Bachelor of Science in Nursing required, Masters preferred.
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the
essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of
this job, the employee is regularly required to see, talk and hear.
The employee is frequently required to stand; walk; sit for
extended periods of time; and have sufficient hand, arm and finger
dexterity to operate a phone, computer keyboard and other office
Able to actively demonstrate and participate in the skills
laboratory and clinical activities without physical
ALL CANDIDATES MUST BE ELIGIBLE TO WORK IN THE UNITED STATES FOR
THIS EMPLOYER. CANDIDATES MUST PROVIDE VALID PROOF OF ELIGIBILITY
TO WORK IN THE U.S.
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive
and the employee may be required to perform other duties as
assigned by their Manager, in order to meet business demands. This
is not an employment contract, implied or otherwise and employment
with Dorsey Schools is at-will.