Under the direction and supervision of the CNA Director or designee, the individual will serve as Nursing Assistant theory/lab and/or clinical instructor. The instructor must be dependable, able to work independently, and have open communication with staff and students. Courses include Certified Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide.
Example of Duties:
1. Serve as NA theory/lab and/or clinical instructor.
2. Maintain records.
3. Other duties as assigned.
1. Prepare students for the Nursing Assistant Exam.
2. Provide students entry-level employment skills in Nursing.
3. Provide students hands-on training to gain entry-level employment in the field of training.
4. Establish and maintain cooperative and professional relationships with supervisors, staff and students at all times.
5. Perform routine clerical work; maintain records and meet deadlines.
6. Operate a computer and other office equipment.
7. Understand and follow oral and written directions.
8. Maintain confidentiality.
9. Maintain punctuality with minimal absenteeism.
10. Present a professional appearance at all times.
1. Current trends in nursing practices.
2. Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary.
3. Oral and written communication skills.
4. Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy.
1. LVN or RN currently licensed in the State of California.
2. Graduate from an accredited School of Nursing.
3. A minimum of three (3) years in Nursing, with a minimum of two years of full-time experience as a licensed Nurse, and at least one (1) year full-time of which must be in the provision of direct patient care in nursing facility (also long term care facility).
4. Evidence of continuing education and self-development. Within six (6) months of employment and prior to instructing a certification program, the Instructor must obtain a minimum of twenty-four (24) hours of continuing education courses in planning, implementing and evaluation of educational programs in Nursing. (24-hour BRN-approved DSD courses) These courses must be administered by an accredited educational institution and approved by the Board of Registered Nursing. A transcript of successfully completed courses shall be sent to the Department of California Code of Regulations (CCR). A copy will be kept on file in Personnel.
NOTE: If the applicant has a nursing teaching credential, then submit a copy of the credential for Department review. If the credential is approved, then the twenty-four (24 hours of CEU) DSD course is not required.
5. Clinical Competencies
6. Possess a current CPR/First Aid card.
7. Possess a valid and appropriate California driver’s license.
1. Experience caring for pediatric and geriatrics patients.
2. Bilingual (Spanish/English).
Based on experience. Non-Exempt. Part-time.