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Nursing Student Success and Retention Specialist

Company:
Harford Community College
Job Location:
Bel Air, Maryland
Category:
Nursing

The purpose of this position is to assist students in developing personal and academic skills needed to successfully complete their associate nursing degrees. This is accomplished by providing instruction; assisting students in applying theory to clinical practice; developing and implementing clinical simulation scenarios for the Clinical Skills Lab; providing one-on-one assistance for students who need support in achieving clinical performance; coordinating nursing academic support services and products to achieve identified student outcomes; collaborating with faculty on all aspects of student support services; and serving as a liaison with the College’s student support services. Other duties include developing, coordinating and revising nursing program success activities; and serving on committees and attending department and division meetings. 

This is a 10-month professional staff position from August 15th-June15th.

Generally, hours scheduled Monday-Friday, daytime. Some evenings may be required. Final work schedule to be determined by the supervisor.

A master’s degree in Nursing and a minimum of three years of related experience are required. Applicants must be licensed or have the ability to be licensed in Maryland; have clinical expertise in foundations of nursing and medical/surgical nursing; and the ability to work effectively with a diverse student body. Effective communication skills, organizational, and time management skills, as well as effective technology skills including MS Office, electronic health records, and Blackboard are required, as well as the ability to master other educational and health care technologies are also required. 

Other preferred experience includes utilizing the ATI student support system and Examsoft testing software, as well as low- and high-fidelity simulation. Previous experience as a nurse educator is also preferred.

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