Adult Education/Adult Education - NursingDate Posted:
Upper Valley Career Center Adult Technology CenterDistrict:
Upper Valley Career Center - websiteGeneral Job Description:
Responsible to work in coordination with the program director for all aspects of student learning from admission to completion of STNA program. Average class with planning time is 88 hours. Hours of operation for the class will be determined by the facility.Responsibilities
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Deliver quality instruction for the nursing assistant program.
- Establish and supervise student clinical positions.
- Ensure program instruction and curriculum meets state guidelines.
- Monitor students to ensure successful completion of program
- Registered Nurse with a current valid license in the state of Ohio to practice nursing. The license should be issued under Chapter 4723 of the Revised Code that is not inactive, suspended, revoked, or subject to restrictions, and for which the individual continues to meet all the requirements for issuance.
- Work Experience: If Bachelor's/Master's degree, 2 years of work experience in the practice of nursing as a registered nurse. If Associate's degree, 3 years of work experience in the practice of nursing as a registered nurse.
- Successful completion of an approved Train the Trainer program I.W.A. OAC3701-18.
- Holds or willing to obtain a valid Train the Trainer Certification from the Ohio Department of Health.
- Holds or eligible for a valid Ohio Department of Education Adult Education Permit.
- Current certification in CPR for the Professional Rescue.
- Intermediate level of computer literacy.
- Meets the Licensure Code of Professional Conduct for Ohio Educators qualifications.
- Meets all mandated health screening requirements.
- Maintains a record free of criminal violations that would prohibit public school employment. Able to successfully pass a BCI/FBI background check.
- Maintains compliance with drug-free workplace rules, Board policies, and other applicable procedures/guidelines.
Appropriate placement on the Adult Division Instructional Intermittent/Hourly Salary Schedule to be determined by education and experience. Compensation is $25 per hour when teaching in classroom and $30 per hour when teaching at the clinical site, on an as-needed basis. Maximum 839 hours in an academic year. One-year contract with opportunity for renewal.Other Benefits:
State Teachers Retirement System and Worker's Compensation offered. Upon hire, additional benefits may be offered dependent upon hours worked, job classification, and placement on the Upper Valley Career Center Salary Schedule. Some benefits are a shared cost between the employee and the Board of Education.Performance Evaluation:
Job performance is evaluated according to policy provisions and contractual agreements adopted by the Upper Valley Career Center.
This job posting description identifies general responsibilities and is not intended to be a complete list of all duties performed. The information contained in this document is subject to change in response to student demographics, staffing factors, funding variables, modified operating procedures, program/curriculum changes, and unforeseen events.