Nursing: Simulation Coordinator to collaborate with faculty to provide for consistent, consecutive and relevant student learning experiences to meet course, clinical, and laboratory objectives in the simulation lab. Position is a full-time, temporary, nine-month appointment.
Duties: Designs, develops, implements and evaluates scenarios, simulated learning activities and educational materials for all nursing courses in collaboration with nursing faculty, staff and other users of the simulation lab; develops, implements, updates, and monitors simulation lab policies, procedures, use, and operation; operates, trouble-shoots, and cares for high-fidelity human simulators; monitors and schedules use, signing out, and movement of simulation lab equipment; develops, presents, evaluates and refines scenarios for simulation experiences, utilizing role playing, props and dialogue to create a realistic learning environment; develops and implements clinical simulation to meet accreditation standards; creates and maintains a respectful and professional working environment, incorporating active learning, reflective thinking, and a confidential debriefing process; performs data analysis to evaluate learning and satisfaction with the provision of services; continuously updates and refines simulation experiences based on identified needs and to serve as a resource for faculty utilizing simulation in classroom/lab activities; assists the chairperson and Nursing Resource Center Directors in the identification of needed simulation and laboratory equipment; assists the Nursing Resource Center Directors with tutoring/remediation and nursing skills labs as needed; other activities as assigned by the Department Chair. Position is based on the Oxford Campus; simulation and lab support may also be required on Miami’s Hamilton Campus.
Require: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing; current Ohio registered nursing license or eligibility to obtain; two (2) years' experience in the field of clinical nursing; expertise in appropriate technologies for simulation; computer experience with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook); excellent presentation and communication skills; demonstration of clinical competence and professionalism. The University will not sponsor H1-B for this position.
Desire: Master's degree in Nursing; supervisory experience; working knowledge of Mac computers; experience with traditional and non-traditional students from diverse backgrounds; simulation expertise.
Submit cover letter, resume and include three professional references to http://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/495991. Direct inquiries to Brooke Flinders at email@example.com; however all applicants must apply to the link provided. Screening of applications begins October 1, 2019 and continues until the position is filled.
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