|Pediatric Nursing Faculty|
|Lakeland Community College|
Pediatric Nursing Faculty
• PREPARE for and provide classroom lecture on the College’s Kirtland campus.
• PREPARE and provide for clinical instruction at major metropolitan healthcare centers.
• COORDINATE clinical pediatric teaching faculty.
• SELECT texts, supplemental documents and other learning resources.
• SET attainable instructional goals and objectives compatible with approved rationale for courses taught.
• EVALUATE students to determine progress toward course goals and objectives, assign final grades, determine correct course placement, and when appropriate, evaluate experience and knowledge for the purpose of granting credit.
• PROVIDE subject area academic assistance to students seeking assistance and to those with special interest in the subject.
• MAINTAIN a minimum of ten posted office hours on campus per week calculated to be convenient for students (including appropriate consideration for evening students), and be available during these hours for student advising and conferences.
• MAINTAIN accurate records of student grades and communicate on a timely basis to the appropriate institutional office.
• ATTEND general college, general faculty, division, department, and advisory committee meetings.
• PROMOTE excellence in teaching.
COURSE AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
• RECOMMEND to Division Dean the revision, deletion, or addition of courses or curricula.
• EVALUATE and recommend catalog and support material revisions.
• MAINTAIN updated course outlines according to prescribed college procedures; develop course syllabi for students.
PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND SERVICE TO THE COLLEGE, PROFESSION, AND COMMUNITY
• REMAIN current with the field of assigned instruction and related occupational areas.
• ACQUIRE, maintain, and apply knowledge of current instructional methodologies and materials.
• PARTICIPATE in an annual faculty evaluation process in compliance with procedures applicable to the discipline.
• ATTEND scheduled divisional and professional development in-service activities.
• ASSIST in the recruitment, selection, orientation, and evaluation of college personnel.
• PARTICIPATE in accreditation processes within the college.
• ASSIST in the preparation of semester schedules, faculty assignments, facility assignments, and budgets.
• ATTEND seminars, workshops, and meetings of related professional organizations as time and budget permit.
• BE RESPONSIVE to requests from business, civic groups, and community organizations for assistance appropriate for the community college.
• SERVE as an adviser to students and to student organizations.
• ASSIST in articulation with schools where Lakeland students transfer, and with companies employing students and graduates.
• PARTICIPATE in community activities for the benefit of the college.
1) Master’s degree in Nursing with an emphasis on Pediatric Nursing;
2) Minimum two years of recent pediatric clinical experience;
3) License to practice as a Registered Nurse in Ohio;
4) Evidence of ability to teach and present concepts;
5) Availability for some evening and weekend teaching.
1) Prior experience in curriculum development and teaching is preferred.
Minimum salary for a two-semester academic year (178 days) is $48,762 for a Master’s degree or $59,239 for a PhD, with opportunity for overload and summer teaching for additional compensation. Excellent comprehensive benefits.
Established in 1967, Lakeland Community College is the first and only college in Ohio founded by a vote of the people. One of Ohio’s premier two-year colleges, we are located within the greater Cleveland area, where we serve approximately 13,000 credit students annually while maintaining a student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1. Lakeland offers more than 150 degree and certificate programs to prepare students for a highdemand career or transfer to a four-year
university. Lakeland opened the Holden University Center in fall, 2011. This state-of-the-art facility provides students with convenient access to complete a
bachelor’s or graduate degree from a variety of leading colleges and universities, all close to home. Read more at: http://lakelandcc.edu/pdf/viewbook.pdf
Provide classroom and/or on-line instruction; evaluate and record student performance; maintain office hours; contribute to course and curriculum development; participate in college and department activities; and remain committed to professional growth and development.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:
Fully detailed on our website: www.lakelandcc.edu - click on “Work at Lakeland”, then “Positions Available” and refer to “Total Compensation-Full-time Faculty”.
THE APPLICATION PROCESS:
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The following required materials must be submitted via e-mail to: HRJobs@lakelandcc.edu:
1) letter of interest;
2) curriculum vita/resume;
3) college employment application*; and
4) unofficial college transcripts. (*Available from our website - www.lakelandcc.edu - click on “Work at Lakeland”).
Questions: Contact Human Resources Department at 440-525-7575 or via e-mail at HRJobs@lakelandcc.edu