- Master's Degree
- Bachelor's Degree
Location: Baltimore, MD Category: Administrative Posted On: Tue Feb 18 2020 Job Description:
Notre Dame of Maryland University is seeking a Director of the Center for Caring with Technology for our School of Nursing. The Director supports simulation learning activities including developing, facilitating, integrating, and evaluating clinical simulation in all programs of the School of Nursing and inter-professional collaborative education activities. A caring science approach in the Center for Caring with Technology provides the foundation for creating an environment where actions and strategies lead to developing and strengthening student relationships that create a path to grow as a professional nurse. Essential functions include but are not limited to:
Develops, in consultation with the Dean, Associate Dean, faculty, and staff, as applicable, long-range strategic plans for the center for Caring with Technology.
Formulates, in consultation with Dean, Associate Dean, and Center for Caring with Technology, annual goals of the Center for Caring with Technology and create a plan to accomplish these.
Oversees the overall flow of operations in the Center for Caring with Technology.
Simulation program budget for consumables, laundry, and medical waste disposal
Standardized Patient program budget
University financial processes related to purchases
Equipment repairs budget
Maintain compliance for safe handling of sharps
Procures equipment, supplies, and resources necessary for the successful operation of clinical simulation lab.
Simulation Development within Curricula
Ensures simulation curricula meet the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL) Standards of Best Practice.
Develops, implements, and facilitates clinical simulation curricula in collaboration with faculty.
Plans, organizes, and facilitates the use of Standardized Patients (SPs).
Utilizes technology innovation and application to human patient simulation, computer systems, and supporting technology.
Develops and implements technical training in simulation technology for staff and faculty.
Plans and implements Interprofessional Education (IPE) in collaboration with faculty.
Promotes and develops simulation technology to other academic units at NDMU and external agencies.
Coordinates social media activities, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and print media coverage, local newsprint, University Bulletin, and professional organization newsletter, to increase visibility of the Center for Caring with Technology, School of Nursing, and University.
Program and School-Related
Seeks funding sources, such as grants and community partnerships.
Explores research opportunities for the use of simulation in a caring science curriculum.
Prepares, in consultation with faculty, Center for Caring with Technology Handbook.
Teaches students in various courses conducted in the Center for Caring with Technology.
This is a grant funded position. Grant funded positions are contingent upon the renewal of the grant.
Qualified candidates will have a Master of Science degree in Nursing. Will consider a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with experience in clinical simulation and a timeline to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing. Background in simulation and technology in nursing, nursing curriculum is required. Position requires a commitment to Caring Science as a way of being in the School of Nursing, knowledge of Standards of Best Practice: simulation (INACSL), knowledge of the use of high fidelity, midlevel fidelity, and low fidelity simulators and other technology based learning systems, knowledge of simulation activities involving standardized patients. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to sit; use hands and vision for office equipment such as computers; talk or hear; moderate telephone usage; the employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
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Notre Dame of Maryland University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.