Roanoke-Chowan Community College

Full-time Nursing Faculty

Position Available: August 7, 2018


Roanoke-Chowan Community College  i s seeking  to hire a full-time  nursing  clinical/lab  instructor.  The position  entails  teaching  pre-licensure  nursing  students  and  participation in curriculum  implementation and evaluation.


The  position  requires  a current  valid,  unrestricted registered nurse (RN)  license  to  practice  within  the  state  of  North  Carolina. Nursing faculty   who  teach  in  a  program leading  to  initial  licensure  as a  nurse  shall : ( 1 )  hold  a  master’s degree in  nursing  from  an  accredited institution or obtain a graduate degree  in nursing  from an accredited institution with in five years of initial full-time employment; (2) have two years or the equivalent of full time clinical  experience as a registered nurse. Prior  to or  within  the first  three  yea rs of employment, have  preparation in teaching and  learning principles   for  ad ult  education,   including  curriculum  development,   implementation,  and  evaluation, appropriate to assignment.  This preparation  may be demonstrated by one of the following:

  1. Completion of 45 contact hours of continuing education courses;
  2. Completion of a certificate program in nursing education; C. Nine semester  hours of education course work;
  3. National certification in nursing education; or
  4. Documentation of successful  completion  of structured, individualized development activities of at  least  45  contact  hours  approved  by the  North  Carolina Board  of  Nursing. Criteria  for approval  include  content  in the faculty role within  the curriculum implementation, objectives to be met and evaluated, review of strategies for identified  student  population and expectations of student and faculty  performance.


Two  years  or  the equivalent  of  full  time  clinical  experience as  a registered nurse.    Willingness  to work  flexible  work  schedules  including  evenings as  needed;  teach  in a diverse mode of traditional  instructions; and integrate  technology into the course as appropriate based on demand.


The Instructor shall possess competency  of nursing skills and an understanding of and commitment  to the nature and role of the Community College, particularly i ts “open door”  policy. Instructor must possess excellent communication ski ll s (verbal and written) and  be able to engage community college students with diverse  backgrounds in the clinical/lab setting.


Commensurate with education and experience.

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