ATS Institute Of Technology has been successfully helping students achieve their educational goals since 1998. Accredited nationally by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The campus is located in downtown Chicago near Millennium park, conveniently situated right next to multiple transit systems that all provide commuter students, faculty and staff convenient access to the campus. We are currently seeking experienced, full-time Nursing Faculty to join our team of motivated and passionate educators starting the Spring Semester (January 6th). ATS has been committed to continuous program improvements in becoming a world class and innovative educational institution. The College embraces a student-centered philosophy of teaching and mentoring which caters to the needs of individual students.
Nursing Faculty facilitates student learning with a focus on NCSBN standards. Provides students with the tools needed to develop their clinical reasoning ability so that they can make safe and effective decisions on the job. The Nursing Faculty encourages a culture of learning that values mutual responsibility and respect. The Nursing Faculty is responsible for teaching in the classroom and clinical setting, evaluating student achievement and providing necessary remediation. The Nursing Faculty participates in advising students, curriculum development, program revisions and evaluations, and other matters as assigned in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of the College.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Provides education which aligns with the ATS model of curricula and supports student learning.
- Designs class instruction, lab and clinical activities through the development of innovative lesson plans and materials which meet NCSBN standards. Effectively planning and preparing for classes and student success.
- Delivers student-centered instruction by establishing a classroom environment conducive to learning and student involvement.
- Promotes student success in lab and clinical. Provides instruction that will assist students in obtaining skills necessary to meet clinical requirements.
- Works with students to identify their strengths, learning styles, and areas requiring further development, and to develop and implement remediation plans as needed.
- Maintain accurate records, submit grades and other reports on time, and enforce College academic and attendance policies.
- Build student confidence in preparing for the NCLEX exam.
- Collaborate with other course team members, including class, clinical, and lab instructors teaching the same subject to promote consistency in teaching and learning which will lead to student success.
- Participate in professional development related to teaching and nursing skills, college activities, committees, and seminars as well as departmental meetings/activities.
- A Master degree in nursing from an academic institution accredited by a regional or nationally accredited agency that is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
- Applicants with the later stages of earning a Master's in Nursing Education will be allocable to apply.
- Academic experience in a school of nursing for a minimum of 3 semesters.
- A minimum of 6 years experience as a registered nurse.
- Current unencumbered Registered Nurse License in Illinois required.
- Ability to relate to students and to communicate subject material using innovative approaches and technologies.
- Ability to work flexible hours including evenings
Full-time faculty is eligible for an exceptional benefits package which includes:
Health and dental plan
5 weeks of paid vacation, sick, personal days and holidays
401(k) Plan with employer match
Professional development with CE credits and more