Company: Rochester Regional Health
Posted on: September 25, 2022
This Faculty position will be teaching at our 41 Elm Street,
Potsdam NY 13676 location. Key Responsibility Overview:
- Provides leadership for all academic programs;
- Works with the Program Coordinator and the Dean of Academics and
to facilitate appropriate program development, implementation,
evaluation and assessment;
- Ensures systematic review of programs to ensure quality and
current course content, best practice and achievement of regulatory
- Performs other duties as assigned by the President, Program
Coordinator and/or the Dean of Academics;
- Serves on committees as assigned/approved;
- Reports to the relevant program coordinator.
- Participates in interviewing and makes recommendations for hiring
- Arranges for coverage of classes during absences and emergency
- Promotes rapport within the department, campus, and
- Posts and keeps a minimum of three office hours per week that are
convenient to students who seek assistance with counseling,
academic advising, and coursework;
- Maintains punctuality in meeting assigned classes and clinical
- Models professional behavior and standards of practice while in
- Functions as a change agent and leader by promoting innovative
practices in educational environments;
- Participates in professional development opportunities that
increase one's effectiveness in the role;
- Participates in a minimum of 23 continuing education hours per
o For nursing --- 10 per year must be related to the NLN Nurse
Educator Core Competencies;
--- 5 must be related to content that is taught; and,
--- 8 may be in anything else.
--- Makes recommendations regarding equipment, software purchases,
and equipment maintenance contracts.
- Participates in budget planning process;
- Attends and participates in faculty meetings;
- Participates in accreditation reviews and reports;
- Participates in developing programs, evaluating and revising
student policies, organizational framework and revising curricular
- Participates in recruitment, orientation, and coordination of
students and faculty;
- Participates in the orientation and advisement of students.
- Attends and participates in at least one of the program
- Serves as a member of the assigned program Advisory
- Participates in organization-wide committees when requested.
- Serves as an advisor for students;
- Provides guidance in the students' academic and personal
- Develops remediation plans with students;
- Schedules regular meetings with students who are at risk to be
unsuccessful in a course or the program;
- Assists students in identifying and utilizing resources that may
contribute to their success.
- Implements syllabi, including all course requirements and
assignments, for all students;
- Submits suggestions for changes in syllabi, course or program to
the Curriculum Chair and the Program Coordinator;
- Designs and implements new curriculum;
- Participates in the evaluation of curriculum;
- Ensures curricula reflects institutional philosophy, mission,
current healthcare trends and community needs.
- Maintains control of the classroom;
- Develops assigned course and clinical syllabi to reflect the
college philosophy, theoretical constructs, course description, and
objectives and curriculum;
- Utilizes a variety of teaching methods to accommodate the
learning styles of the students;
- Provides for opportunities for active student involvement through
practice and application;
- Demonstrates a command of the subject matter;
- Demonstrates considerations for diverse cultural backgrounds;
- Models and encourages a collaborative faculty-student
- Provides or utilizes course materials (handouts, interactive
notes, technology) that enhance student learning and follows the
- Models professional behavior and standards of practice;
- Performs additional responsibilities for faculty performing
clinical supervision in an affiliating agency including;
o Participates in clinical orientation as required by the
o Completes validations as required by contract with clinical
agencies, orients students to clinical
o Participates in the development and implementation of clinical
assignments for students at the
o Supervises students in patient care area in collaboration with
o Conducts pre and post conferences with students;
o Schedules make-up clinical as needed;
o Maintains ongoing weekly evaluation of individual student
progress in the clinical area;
--- Provides timely ongoing verbal and written feedback to
- Provides the evaluation of students in both didactic and clinical
- Participates in peer evaluations when requested;
- Participates in the evaluation of their peers and Program
Coordinator when requested;
- Reviews student evaluation summaries of assigned courses and
utilizes the feedback for planning and implementing future
- Participates in program planning in response to student/program
evaluation feedback and employer satisfaction surveys.
- Full time, Part Time and Per Diem faculty have the responsibility
of classroom/clinical/lab/sim responsibilities as assigned.
--- Full Time Faculty will have a teaching load of no more than 24
academic credits in a given academic year.
--- Part Time and Per Diem faculty will have a teaching load of no
more than 12 academic credits in a given academic year; Load may be
divided between theory and clinical instruction if needed.
o Faculty are also required to have 2-4 office hours per week,
attend all course/faculty meetings, and participate in
graduation/pinning, and special events.
- Faculty also have professional responsibilities that are critical
to maintaining competence as well as are integral to the
functioning of the college/parent institution, such as
participating in committee work, service to the institution etc.
This expectation is noted below as a percentage of time as part of
faculty position and will be mutually agreed upon with the Dean of
Academics and faculty.
o Professional Development/Scholarship/Clinical Currency up to 104
hours per year.
o Service to the institution/parent organization up to 104 hours
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Credit to clock hours conversion
Semester = 15 weeks
1 credit =
15 hours of lecture
30 hours of laboratory/simulation
45 hours of externship/clinical
Community Relations Duties:
- Participate as assigned on program specific advisory boards
involving the major stakeholders served by the college;
- Participates in publicizing and disseminating information about
the program. Desired Attributes: 2 years of full time clinical
teaching experience preferred
Certified Nurse educator certification for nursing preferred
Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree from a regionally
accredited institution of higher learning recognized by the US
Department of Education
Must hold the appropriate terminal degree for the program of which
they will be teaching in
Two years of teaching in a college or university required Required
Licensure: - Professional license applicable for program of study
(ie. RN, RT, Surgical Tech, etc.) required. Non-Clinical teaching,
license not required.
- Certified Nurse Educator certification for nursing preferred;
EDUCATION LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS Rochester Regional Health is an
Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS : M -
Medium Work - Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally,
and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than
negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects;
Requires frequent walking, standing or squatting.
Keywords: Rochester Regional Health, Syracuse , Associate Professor, Other , Potsdam, New York
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