The Assistant Simulation Coordinator works under the direction of the Director of Experiential Learning and in collaboration with the UG and Graduate Simulation Center Coordinators, Learning Resource Coordinators, undergraduate and graduate faculty to assist with providing administrative and technical support for simulation center operations.
- Administrative support includes but is not limited to: o Assist with maintaining the calendar of events for the simulation center. o Assist with scheduling of students. o Manage databases o Maintain records or repairs and upgrades. o Assist with packaging nursing skill supplies.
- Technical/simulation support may include; o Assist with technical assistance to support experiential learning experiences in the Simulation Center days possible evenings and Saturday during the academic year. o Assist with ongoing maintenance of simulation technology o Support in role playing, placement of props and moulage set-up.
- Assist with special projects or initiatives as directed. - Assist the Director of Experiential Learning with equipment sourcing. - Assist staff and faculty with development of new skill modules.
Education / Experience:
- Associate degree in technology, technology education or a health-related field is required.
- Associate degree or LPN license preferred
- Previous simulation lab experience not required
- Must be able to independently move equipment (<25 pounds)
Competencies / Skills:
Familiarity with computer hardware and software applications relevant to an office environment. Coordination, collaboration, negotiation, and advocacy skills.
- Computer skills (excel)
Supervision of Employees:
Supervision of other Employees: - none
Relations to other Employees: Inside University: Nursing faculty, staff, and all campus offices. Outside College: Regional Health Care and Nursing Education Community.
Physical and Mental Demands:
Physical Demands: - Normal sitting, standing, and walking throughout the course of the day. - Periods of extended computer and telephone usage. - Requires dexterity and data entry skills. - Requires familiarity with health care technology and simulation center laboratory equipment.
- Lifting requirement to <25 pounds.
Mental Demands: - Ability to think through clearly amid changing priorities and circumstances. - Maintain professional attitude and demeanor in competitive and challenging environment. - Ability to multitask in a very busy academic environment. - Exercise sound judgment. - Maintain high level of confidentiality. - Ability to be creative and negotiate effectively to create high quality learning experiences for undergraduate and graduate nursing students.
Monday – Friday, possible Saturdays and evenings: 35 hours per week
9-month appointment during academic year August-May
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