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Nursing Instructor - St. Elizabeth College of Nursing


Job Details

Req Id    70046 
Shift   Variable
Shift Hours Worked    7.50 
Work Schedule    INSTRUCTION CON 
Employee Status    A1 - Full-Time 
Union  NYSNA

Job Summary

Under the direction of the President of the College of Nursing and Deans of Student & Faculty Development plans, teaches, manages and evaluates the instructional program in a designated nursing area. Teaches students the didactic content and psychomotor skills essential for the delivery of safe and effective care to patients in accordance with their age and developmental level. Guides students during clinical practice to use the nursing process while adhering to standards established by the State Nurse Practice Act, Code of Ethics for Nurses, ANA Standards of Care, and the mission, philosophy, policy and procedures of St. Elizabeth Medical Center or other designated facility.

Core Job Responsibilities

  • Presents content that is grounded in educational theory and evidence-based practice.
  • Promotes the correlation of the biopsychosocial sciences and nursing theory to clinical practice.
  • Demonstrates creativity in instructional delivery and design, using information technologies.
  • Provides resources to diverse learners that help meet their individual learning needs.
  • Creates opportunities for learners to develop multi-perspectival critical thinking and reasoning skills.
  • Manages responsibilities in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner.
  • Demonstrates respect for the dignity and worth of each learner.
  • Communicates level of progress to each learner through consistent feedback, collaborating in the development of a remediation plan when appropriate.
  • Uses a variety of strategies to evaluate learning in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective domains.
  • Maintains the professional practice knowledge base needed to help learners prepare for contemporary nursing practice.
  • Displays enthusiasm for the teaching/learning process and nursing that engages learners.
  • Develops collegial working relationships with students, faculty colleagues, and clinical agency personal to promote a caring learning environment.
  • Guides the learner in personal and professional development through advisement and role model behaviors.
  • Models professional behaviors for learners, including but not limited to, involvement in professional organizations, engagement in lifelong learning activities, dissemination of information through publications and presentations, and advocacy.
  • Promotes coherence of the curriculum by working collaboratively within the program.

Education/Experience Requirements


Master's Degree in Nursing from an accredited college.

Two years of clinical nursing practice and a minimum of one year of teaching experience.

Licensure/Certification Requirements


Current licensure as a registered professional nurse in New York State.

Certification in C.P.R. at B.L.S. level.

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their age, race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, age, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, et al), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, protected veteran status, or disability.

Successful candidates might be required to undergo a background verification with an external vendor.

Nearest Major Market: Utica