Travel Clinical/Lab Instructor
The Travel Nurse Educator plays a pivotal role in shaping the next generation of nurses by ensuring they receive high-quality education and practical experience in clinical, lab, or simulation (SIM) settings. This role is instrumental in fostering professionalism, competence, and critical thinking skills in nursing students while contributing to the advancement of nursing education.
Location: This is a full time position that will require temporary stays (up to a semester at a time) at various locations for teaching assignments as needed.
What You Will Do:
Facilitate Effective Student Learning: Conduct engaging and informative clinical, lab, or simulation instruction to nursing students. Adapt teaching methods to address diverse learning styles and needs.
Guidance and Professionalism: Provide guidance to students in clinical, lab, or simulation settings regarding professionalism, ethical standards, and best nursing practices. Encourage students to incorporate research and evidence-based practices into their clinical work.
Student Evaluation: Develop and implement effective evaluation methods to assess student practice, skills, and knowledge. Provide timely and constructive feedback to students to support their growth.
Supportive Learning Environment: Create an inclusive and supportive learning environment that encourages active participation, critical thinking, and collaboration among students. Offer resources and support for students' academic and personal development.
Feedback and Collaboration: Collaborate with course coordinators to provide feedback on the teaching/learning process. Communicate course progress to the Director of Nursing Services (DNS) and the university partner’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) academic leader.
Stay Informed: Keep abreast of extended campus nursing curriculum changes, policies, and requirements. Attend relevant workshops, conferences, and training to maintain clinical competence in their area of expertise.
What You Will Have:
- Master's degree in nursing or currently enrolled in a master’s program.
- Additional ongoing certifications and training desired.
- Unencumbered nursing or compact nursing license in state of the teaching assignment.
- Minimum of two years of professional nursing practice.
- Minimum two years of teaching experience (preferred).
What we’ll offer in return:
- A career where your work genuinely makes a difference
- A stable income with a good salary
- Extensive training with team and management support
- Structured professional development plans and opportunities
- Outstanding benefits and work perks
- Collaborative and supportive team environment...and more!
Who is Orbis Education? Orbis partners with colleges and universities to expand their pre-licensure healthcare programs. Our partners leverage our expertise to produce thousands of high-quality graduates ready to enter the workforce and meet employers’ demands