CNA Instructor - ANY RN MAY APPLY!!
COSSA •Southwest / Boise •Health •Secondary •Full Time •Posted 3M ago
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Health Professions – Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) InstructorLENGTH OF CONTRACT: The period of employment and salary shall be determined annually by the Director and the COSSA Board of Trustees.WORKING SCHEDULE: Part-time or full-time, a.m. or p.m., or bothIMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: CTE CoordinatorJOB SUMMARYTo develop instructions and community based Professional-Technical training experiences that will permit students to learn specific job requirements through a competency based training curriculum, and gain entry levels skills that facilitate employment in the Health and Allied Health Occupations.QUALIFICATIONS1. Primary Instructor minimal requirements for CTE occupational specialist certificate in Idaho.2. Must be a Bachelors prepared Registered Nurse (RN) with an unencumbered, current Idaho license. Must have evidence of three years of experience working as an RN with at least two years of experience caring for the elderly or chronically ill of any age.3. Have documentation of completion of an instructor development course; train-the-trainer course; or equivalent [Board of Nursing requirement].4. The successful candidate must also be approved by the Idaho Board of Nursing.BACKGROUND CHECKA complete fingerprint background check must be conducted by the Department of Education with final employment based on candidate having a clear record.PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES1. Must use the curriculum scope and sequence in accordance with Idaho State Board of Nursing guidelines for nursing assistants with the minimum of 120 hours completion time. (80 hours of classroom and 32 hours of clinical and 8 laboratory/clinical)2. Coordinate with high school counselors in screening prospective student for the programs.3. Cultivate and maintain community based training and clinical sites while matching the experience to course objectives.4. Establish follow-up and monitoring procedures for the clinical sites and students who are training in them.595. Establish 16 hours of learning prior to direct care. Concepts that must be covered include communication, interpersonal skills, infection control, safety-emergency procedures, promoting residents independence and respecting resident’s rights.6. Develop and maintain an industry-based Technical Advisory Committee.7. Offer students opportunities for leadership and growth with the Health Occupations Students of America and National Technical Honor Society.8. Enter daily attendance in Powerschool and updates grades on a regular basis.9. Submit all reports required by the Division of Professional Technical Education to the program coordinator prior to deadline.10. Serve as a liaison between COSSA and the participating consortium schools.11. Maintain appropriate student records for COSSA and facility clinical sites.12. Maintain an inventory of all program equipment and materials.13. Participate with the development of individualized training programs for students in Special Education programs.14. Coordinate with the CTE Coordinator in evaluating and modifying teaching strategies, curriculum delivery and classroom management for effectiveness and insurance of quality teaching.15. Carry out other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the CTE Coordinator or COSSA Board of Trustees.EVALUATIONPerformance will be evaluated by the CTE Coordinator.
1. Primary Instructor minimal requirements for CTE occupational specialist certificate in Idaho.2. Must be a Registered Nurse (RN) with an unencumbered, current Idaho license. Must have evidence of three years of experience working as an RN with at least two years of experience caring for the elderly or chronically ill of any age.3. Have documentation of completion of an instructor development course; train-the-trainer course; or equivalent [Board of Nursing requirement].4. The successful candidate must also be approved by the Idaho Board of Nursing.
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