About Ameritech College of Healthcare:
A degree from Ameritech is a sign of excellence for hospitals and healthcare facilities. Focused exclusively on healthcare since 1979, Ameritech has built a reputation for producing graduates who are skillful, sought after and ready to succeed on day one. We are a smaller institution with a history of growth that operates differently with great intent. As we take our next big step forward, we seek individuals to join our team that will match our values and will adopt our vision for the future.
Our values of integrity, excellence, service, student centricity, and caring are woven in to our everyday activities. We treat each other with kindness and respect but do not shy away from difficult conversations. Communication is key, and Ameritech College of Healthcare focuses on winning with people.
Every month we celebrate our successes, express gratitude, acknowledge special occasions such as birthdays and work anniversaries, and launch monthly themes to help us learn, grow, and focus our community service efforts.
Time Off Philosophy
Paid time off from your first day. Employee satisfaction is important at Ameritech College, and self-directed time off is an integral part of that sentiment which helps employees lead full and meaningful lives by supporting time away from work to pursue hobbies, projects and causes, be with family and friends, and recharge the body, mind and spirit.
In addition to our progressive philosophy on time off, we have eleven paid holidays where our campus is closed: New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day, President s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Pioneer Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.
Every employee partners with human resources to create a personal development plan and receive ongoing support to meet their goals. As a group we participate in ongoing training and development opportunities such as lunch-n-learns, book clubs, and quarterly special sessions.
We have a three-prong education assistance suite that offers tuition reimbursement, student loan assistance, and family member tuition reduction at Ameritech.
Benefits at Ameritech College of Healthcare:
We offer fully paid short term disability, long term disability and life insurance. Our traditional benefit line up of 401k, medical, dental, and vision are offered to you with generous employer contributions. There is an array of other optional benefits, a fully integrated employee assistant program, and pre-paid legal.
JOB SUMMARY AND OBJECTIVE:
The primary responsibilities of the Skills Lab Faculty are to oversee instruction for their simulation course in an innovative manner, provide input into overall curriculum development, have excellent and open communication with the team, and utilize course and survey data to improve the outcomes and student proficiency. The incumbent may be floated to the various areas of the simulation center according to the needs of the department.
Accurately calculate and report student performance and attendance in a timely manner
Maintain evidence of professional growth including membership and participation in professional organizations, continuing education, concurrent related practice experience, educational research, and an awareness of current practice standards
Attend staff meetings, pinning, graduation, and other college events
Participate in continuous quality improvement and professional development activities to enhance the teaching-learning process and provide evidence of participation to the HR Generalist
Assist in compilation of statistical data and other information as requested for accreditation and other organizational needs
Utilize instructional methods that accommodate various learning modes of students
Identify and remediate behavioral and academic deficiencies
Obtain and maintain certification in the American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) as a provider and as an instructor
May be required to substitute for other simulation courses or skills labs
Submit suggestions and supportive data for improving curriculum
Maintain integrity of curricular offerings
Other duties as assigned
BEHAVIORS AND COMPETENCIES:
Guides student learning with confidence and competence across delivery methods; models proper academic and professional behavior for students; coaches students on course material; manages student behavior, discipline, and assessment with fairness and equitable resolutions to potential conflict.
Demonstrates strong command of subject matter; implements course and program outcomes successfully; demonstrates excellent teaching skills across delivery methods; creates learning environments that promote participation, collaboration, and openness; represents college in positive, professional light in student interactions; accessible to students, responding promptly with quality, confidence-building feedback.
Technical and Professional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Achievement of technical and professional knowledge, skills, and abilities is high in position-related areas; demonstrates curiosity and keeps current with trends in areas of expertise.
Effectively listens, speaks, observes, and empathizes while showing appropriate assertiveness, confidence, and respect. Communicates concepts, ideas, needs, and feelings with appropriate tone, clarity, volume and non-verbal cues for each situation. Demonstrates understanding of differences communicating through face-to-face interactions, phone conversations, and written / digital communications.
Sets high standards of performance for self, assumes responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks on time; work demonstrates a high degree of excellence and accuracy.
Teamwork and Engagement
Participates as an active member of the team and works towards common goals; builds positive relationships in the workplace and participates in learning and social functions.
Models the behaviors expected of all employees including an adherence to the mission, vision, values, and core themes of the organization, high levels of mutual respect, emotional maturity, professionalism, communication, and a drive for results.
Identifies opportunities for improvement and originates action to improve existing conditions and processes; uses appropriate methods and systems thinking to implement solutions and measure impact.
License: Registered Nurse in the State of Utah (Required)
Education: Master s Degree in Nursing (Required); Doctoral Degree in Nursing (Preferred)
Experience: 2-3 years of skills lab instruction (Preferred)
Certifications: American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Instructor (Required after 6 months of employment); ACLS and PALS Certification depending upon specialty (Preferred)
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Employment Status: Full Time
Hours of Employment: Mon-Fri, 40 hrs/week with occasional Saturdays/Evenings
Position Type: Exempt