The Medical Clinical Instructor is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Clinical Learning Environment. This entails the supervision of all clinical course processes in order to meet NTI’s clinical education goals and to ensure that the school adheres to professional standards and policies in all aspects of student programs and academic partnerships.
- Provide clinical instruction and demonstration of clinical skills and procedures to students.
Observe, evaluate, assess and provide feedback to student’s skills and procedures.
Provide daily instructional course direction through the course textbook and instructional support in critical areas to individual students.
- Plan, review and correct students’ clinical assignments in a timely manner.
Participate, evaluate and assess student competencies, goals, plans and outcomes in the classroom and clinical settings through student conferences.
- Ensure compliance with laboratory policies and procedures, including student safety and orientation.
Maintain official class schedules and monitor attendance records on a daily/weekly basis. Complete student grades and maintains student attendance records accurately and timely.
- Stay current in clinical concepts and in tune with the impact those concepts place on the Clinical Program students’ education.
- Collaborate with Campus Manager to maintain updated course material and individual student text course as well as track and maintain academic information upon completion of courses, exams and certifications.
- Incorporate teaching technology methodologies within clinical instruction.
Maintain educational resource materials, lab equipment and supplies and recommend acquisitions for program needs.
- Provide guidance/mentoring to clinical faculty in your area of responsibility.
- Participate in review and revision of curriculum; assist in maintaining program objectives and standards to conform to NTI policies, legislation, laws and accrediting agencies.
- Participate in the Academic Advisory meetings and assist in the recruitment of Academic Advisory members as to COE Guidelines.
- Collaborate with the Campus Manager to contribute to the development, coordination and evaluation of the curriculum in compliance within written guidelines by school approved associations and feedback from the Occupational Advisory Committee.
- Other duties as assigned (i.e. maintain goals as developed by Supervisor).
Education & Certification:
- High school diploma/GED or equivalent. Associates Degree Preferred.
- Certification and/or Licensure in clinical medical programs.
- Minimum of 1 year related experience in a Medical Clinical environment.
Job Type: Full-time
Shift: Mid-Day (Preferred)
- Clinical medical: 1 year (Required)
- High school (Required)
Bangor, ME (Required)