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Clinical Coordinator for Nursing

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Presentation College
Location
Aberdeen, SD, US

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General Purpose

The Division of Nursing’s Clinical Coordinator is responsible for planning and organizing the nursing clinical and lab courses, including clinical sites and facilities, part-time clinical faculty assignments, orientation and class scheduling, and preceptor assignments where applicable, including out of district online students for all nursing programs.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities

 

  • Provide students with information about alternatives and possible consequences of academic decisions.
  •  Assist with the organization and assessment of orientations (online and face-to-face) each semester for new clinical/lab instructors.
  • Identifies and formulates needed clinical contracts with all clinical facilities. 
  • Maintain clinical site documents and/or articulation agreement documents.
  • Evaluates and manages students’ readiness screening which includes physical exam, CPR, criminal background check, and immunizations/titers (health records).
  • Ensure students and faculty health record are uploaded into the approved databases.
  • Send health record and all other placement requirement of each student and faculty to placement coordinator/nurse educator at clinical placement facility, on time, as required by the facility/agency.
  • Communicate via email, phone and/or in person with agency placement coordinator/nurse educators in the hospital and/or clinic to develop clinical placements.
  • Attend state and agency meetings related to clinical placement.
  • Utilize the state and agency systems to put in requests for groups of students and for precepted positions as to meet facility deadlines.
  • Coordinate with Dean, Program Director, FNP Clinical Coordinator, and/or faculty to determine the numbers of student placements needed at each semester, level, and type of experience needed.
  • Identify facility requirements at each clinical placement location, such as orientation and electronic health record (HER) training and communicate requirements to instructors and student groups in a timely manner. 
  • Prepares nursing schedules for college course schedules.  Determines clinical placement and schedules for nursing students each semester.
  • Keep a record of facility requirements, updating them as required when the facility changes their expectation.
  • Assists faculty with skills testing and/or simulations as needed.
  • Interpret and administer Presentation College policies and procedures. 
  • Establish and maintain relationships with staff and faculty to understand and clarify departmental expectations.  Maintain current knowledge of all the degree and certificate programs. 
  • Provide academic advising to returning students, individually or in groups, about college policies, programs of study and degree options as needed as needed.
  • Participate on committees as requested.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Education and Training

 

Registered Nurse (RN) with two years’ healthcare experience. Experience working with college students or young adults in an academic or career services counseling capacity preferred.

Knowledge and Experience

Demonstrated experience or interest in helping students. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite.

Core Competencies

  • Be able to work as a team member.  Exhibit superior interpersonal and problem-solving skills.
  • Sensitive to issues of ethnicity, disability and diversity. 
  • Adhere to strict confidentiality.
  • Must be clearly student-focused in both philosophy and purpose.  
  • Should also be able to manage stress well and be flexible in a changing, fast-paced environment. 
  • Working Conditions

  • Normal temperature working environment. 
  • Moderate to little amount of noise in the work environment. 
  • Friendly, teamwork type of work environment.   
  • Normal amount of overtime and extended work hours required.
  • College Mission, Vision & Values

    As part of the Presentation College Learning Community, you will be expected to play a role in supporting the legacy of the Presentation Sisters, in promoting the Mission, living the Core Values, and furthering the Vision

    Organization

    Making the world a better place!
     

    Learning… For a Better World

    Using knowledge to improve lives and make our communities a better place is the very heart of what we do at Presentation College. Here, service learning isn’t an add-on or an afterthought. It’s the very foundation of who we are and what our education stands for.

    Because, quite simply, that’s what the world needs.

     

    Our Catholic Tradition

    Our deep Catholic roots guide us in the way we approach learning and living. A core mission of our founders is a sincere commitment to social justice and human dignity, and that commitment is brought to life every day through our efforts to help individuals, families, and communities in need.

     

    Our Service Curriculum

    In order to fulfill graduation requirements, students complete at least two service learning projects. You’ll have the flexibility to choose from a broad range of service learning programs and opportunities, and you’ll enhance the experience through reflections and journaling.

     

    Our Boundless Enthusiasm

    From building homes through Habitat for Humanity, to “Shop with the Saints” for families in need, to packing lunches at the local food bank, to hosting community meals and health clinics, to countless other service activities, there’s no limit to our enthusiasm for service. That’s why 97 percent of students say they’re satisfied with service learning at Presentation.

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