Nursing: Clinical Placement Coordinator to build relationships with existing and new clinical agencies; communicate the department’s anticipated needs with clinical partners in order to secure clinical placements and preceptorships for students; serve as the department’s point-of-contact for clinical agencies and part-time clinical faculty; coordinate clinical agency orientation activities for students and faculty; build a part-time clinical faculty pool; secure part-time faculty for clinical courses each semester; assist in orientation of new and part-time clinical faculty; contribute to scheduling decisions; communicate systematically with department personnel regarding clinical agency requirements, schedules, and student issues; and teach a clinical section each semester in area of nursing expertise.
Require: Master’s degree in nursing; current unencumbered licensure as registered nurse in State of Ohio; minimum two years’ active practice in nursing; valid driver’s license. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, a lawful permanent resident, admitted for residence as an applicant under the 1986 immigration amnesty law, refugee or asylee.
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