The Health Systems Nurse Instructor/Program Coordinator will teach nursing skills to 11th and 12th grade students and facilitate hospital and heatlh care related hands on field experiences; assist with student's development of career skills; and, facilitate awareness of health systems industry and career opportunities. Specifically, the Nurse Instructor will provide instruction that leads to students acquisition of Certifided Nursing Assistant and a Certified Medical Assistant credentials.
Additional responsibilities include CNA Instructional Program Coordination with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
The successful candidate will demonstrate:
Ability to facilitate strong relationships between HS Academy Staff and Hospital Staff
Cooperative, collaborative, and problem-solving approach to teaching, learning and working
Exceptional organizational skills and scheduling abilities
Knowledge and use of effective teaching strategies
Enthusiasm for working with high school students
Effective communication skills with students, colleagues and parents
Ability to plan and collaborate with core subject area academy teachers
Flexibility and a strong desire for on-going professional growth
Academy curriculum is integrated with core academic course offerings and provides extensive hands on experience at Midlands Hospital and with other local medical facilities.
- Bachelors of Science in Nursing and Registered Nurse Licensure
- Nebraska Department of Education Certification - Teaching or Career and Trades Endorsement
- Minimum of 2 years of nursing experience, with 1 year of experience in a long-term skilled nursing facility.
Applications will be continuously reviewed as they are submitted.