Health Occupations Instructor (PSS) – Adult Education
Mid-Coast School of Technology is seeking a part-time Health Occupations Instructor (Personal Support Specialist course) for the 2022-23 school year. See qualifications and performance responsibilities below. FMI or to request an application package, contact Sherry Moody at (207) 594-2161 x102 or email: email@example.com Deadline to Apply: August 11, 2022
- Eligible for State of Maine approval as a Certified Nursing Assistant instructor
- State Licensed Registered Nurse with minimum two years of nursing experience, at least one year of which must be in the provision of long-term care facility services
- Experience teaching adults or supervising nursing assistants or have completed a course in teaching adults
- Ability to prioritize tasks and work independently
- Ability to use technology in the setup of adult education programs
- Excellent people and communication skills
- Possesses and maintains a valid State of Maine Registered Nurse license and malpractice insurance.
- Possesses knowledge and understanding of adult learners that is consistent with current research and demonstrates ability to provide instruction to students with diverse backgrounds and abilities.
- Adheres to nursing scope of practice program and state standards in the delivery of the state regulated curriculum to include sequential theoretical, laboratory, and correlated supervised clinical practice for the attainment of competencies specified by the state for certification of trainees.
- Stays current with changes in state requirements related to state certified health occupations programs.
- Monitors and records individual student progress in fulfilling state requirements for certification.
- Computer proficiency in MS Excel is required to electronically record and post individual and class Skills Lists required by the state for certification and record keeping.
- Communicates with and maintains a working partnership with the Director of Nursing, facility manager, and Unit Managers to coordinate and conduct clinical training in facilities where MCST Adult Education students are trained.
- Develops yearly training calendar to submit to Adult Education Director for approval of classes.
- Assists Director of Adult Education in screening and interviewing prospective students.
- Documents and reports student issues requiring remediation, intervention, or disciplinary action to the Director of Adult Education.
- Organizes and/or assists with program graduations.
- Orders and maintains supplies and equipment.
- Adheres to and follows established policies and procedures of the school.
- Performs such other duties and assumes such other responsibilities as the Adult Ed Director may assign from time to time.
Substitute Teachers (On Call)
Region 8 / Mid-Coast School of Technology is always accepting applications for on-call substitute teachers for a variety of career and technical education (CTE) courses. Applicants must have a Maine Dept of Education CHRC (Criminal History Record Check) certification or able to attain certification. Additionally, applicants must pass a State Police background check. Experience teaching secondary students and two years experience in the CTE course is preferred. Courses taught at Region 8 include carpentry, welding, machine tool, auto technology, auto collision, medical sciences (RN preferred), culinary arts, pre-engineering, firefighting, EMT, Marine technology, Outdoor Leadership and Design technology (graphic arts). Substitutes are paid $108/day. For more information, please contact Sherry Moody at (207) 594-2161 x102 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MCST is an Equal Opportunity Employer