Position TypeFaculty May work indoors in classroom, skills lab, and office, travel toclinical assignments. Work with students, staff, and patientsduring clinical teaching experience. Must be able to work eveningsand/or weekends when assigned. Clinical shifts will be for a periodof 12 hours.Physical: High physical demand. Must be able to stoop, bend, liftup to 50 pounds, and assist in patient care/clinical teachingsituations, or demonstrate ability to perform tasks successfully.Possible exposure to communicable diseases through patient careclinical experience. Occasionally assist in 2-person lifting ofpatients. Identifying specific weights lifted in a transfer isdifficult because it is dependent upon the amount of assistance thepatient is able to offer. * Do you have a Master’s Degree in Nursing and two (2) years ofrecent relevant clinical practice experience in a medical setting?YesNo Posting Open Date07/06/2020 Responsible for providing instruction within the appropriatedepartment/program. Develop and revise curriculum and course work.Provide scheduled office hours for student consultation. Serves onCollege committees as needed and assigned. Participate in studentorientated instructional and advisement activities as needed andassigned. Physical Requirements Contract Length9 months College of the Mainland is an affirmative action/equal opportunityinstitution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,sex, age, national origin, religion, disability or veteranstatus.College of the Mainland does not discriminate on the basis ofdisability in the recruitment and admission of students, therecruitment and employment of faculty and staff, and the operationof its programs and activities, as specified by federal laws andregulations within Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and 1992. Position TitleAssistant Professor of Nursing -Simulation- ADN (FallSemester) Minimum Education/Training/Experience FLSAExempt Posting NumberF130P Texas Registered Nurse licensure or privileges to work as aregistered nurse in Texas. Minimum Salary RangeTBD EEO Statement Preferred Knowledge & Skills Preferred Education/Training/Experience Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Class Summary Candidates that are eligible applyInternal/External Position Details Associate Degree level teaching experience and advancedmedical-surgical clinical expertise. Position FundingRegular Quick Link for Direct Access to Postinghttps://jobs.com.edu/postings/2281 Posting Close Date -Principles and practices of teaching-Training techniques-Detailed knowledge of material being taught in the specific courseand program area-Student engagement techniques-Record keeping procedures-Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction withstudents, coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc.sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive workdirection. -Mechanical skills to competently maintain and useequipment in the simulation center.-Experience with providing technical support in networking,computer hardware or software.-Familiarity with PC and Mac platforms with experience in MS Officeand the ability to learn additional software programs, includingaudiovisual and computerized simulation equipment.-Knowledge of operation of standard audio-visual equipment:projectors, microphones, portable screens, media players,etc.-Ability to quickly learn new technology. Ability to expresstechnical information clearly and simply to non-technicalpersons.-Physical ability to lift, move, maintain and set up computer,audio-visual and simulation lab equipment weighing up to 50 lbs.without assistance. Special Instructions to Applicant Maximum Salary Range Mid Point Salary RangeTBD Employment StatusFull Time Preferred two years’ experience in healthcare simulation as aneducator or simulation technician.Applicants may be asked to complete a simulation assignment duringthe interview. -Comply with all college policies and safety policies to ensure apositive learning environment for studentinstruction and to support the activities of the college and toattend meetings and training as required.- Meet clinical assignments.- Prepare clinical schedules and arrangements for assigned agencyin a timely manner.- Supervise of students caring for 1-3 patients.- Coordinate safe nursing care of patients by student.- Maintain Texas RN Licensure and credentials.- Maintain current immunizations and CPR as required by clinicalagencies.- Maintain a minimum of 7.5 scheduled office hours per week to beavailable for students.- Participate in committees and meetings and be in attendance 90%of the time.-Assist the Sim Lab coordinator in the general operation of thesimulation laboratory/center to provide a wide variety of patientsimulation experiences.-Report the need for maintenance and repair all simulationequipment to the sim lab coordinator, including:Human patient simulators ( HPS ), computers, monitors and a varietyof clinical medical equipment.Audiovisual and debriefing systems.-Communicate effectively with manufacturers regarding maintenance,repair, update and technology changes.Assist with upgrades to software and equipment as needed.-• Provide or obtain technical support for task trainers andmultimedia peripherals including:Beds/examination tables, headwalls, patient monitors, and otherhealth care equipmentMedication dispensing systemsVital sign monitors-Organize and restock simulation laboratory supplies if notcompleted by other staff or volunteers.-Oversee, assist, or perform the set up and take down of simulationlaboratory equipment – allowing for rapid turnover of simulationlab set up as necessary.-Provide recommendations for equipment and supply purchaseanticipating future changes in technology.-Ensures safety for all users.-Maintain laboratory to meet regulation and accreditationstandards.-Incorporate best practice and evidenced-based research in scenariodevelopment with a focus on standardization and efficiencies acrossthe healthcare continuum-Participate in faculty and department meetings to assist withdevelopment and implementation of simulation experiences.-Communicate effectively all simulation laboratory educators,administrative staff and technical support staff.-Provide orientation to new simulation lab staff and oversee theirtraining.-Network with other lab/simulation coordinators atlocal/state/national level to develop and utilize bestpractices.-Assist with the collection of data for ongoing grantrequirements.-Be prepared to provide simulation remotely as need arises.-Maintain learner confidentiality.-Assist with center tours.-Performs other job-related duties as required.-Assume faculty educator role for simulation as contentexpert.-Conduct debriefing within scope of knowledge or assist contentexpert with debriefing.-Develop simulation curricula to support course and departmentoutcomes. Please NOTE : All applications must contain complete job histories,which include job title, dates of employment (month/year), name ofemployer, supervisors name and phone numbers and a description ofduties performed. If this information is not submitted, yourapplication may be considered incomplete. Applications with “Seeattached” or “See resume” will not be accepted in lieu of acomplete application. Omission of data can be the basis fordisqualification; you may state “unknown” for any incompletefields. A scanned copy of unofficial transcript(s) must be attachedto the online application. Open Until FilledYes Licensing/Certification Requirements Minimum Knowledge & Skills Job Duties Master’s Degree in Nursing and two (2) years of recent relevantclinical practice experience in a medical setting. Documents Needed to ApplyRequired DocumentsResumeTranscripts (1 of 3)Additional Transcripts (2 of 3)Additional Transcripts (3 of 3)Optional DocumentsCover Letter
Last night, moe. hit the Calvin Theatre to close out the Northeast segment of their winter tour. After smoking shows in Pennsylvania on Thursday and Vermont on Friday, the band was dialed in for last night’s performance in Northampton, MA.The first set kicked off with “Defrost,” which dropped directly into “Punchline.” “Prestige Worldwide,” a fairly new tune that was debuted this December at The Capitol Theater followed this set opener. To close at the first set, the band moved through “Four” into “Seat of My Pants” with a massive and masterful transition, before finishing off the set with “McBain.” While the band could have kept going and were tuned in with beautiful segues for the end of this set, Rob Derhak ultimately pointed to his watch at the end of “McBain,” and the band left for set break following this song.The second set was fiery and a nonstop assault from moe. The first half contained a massive “Pit” sandwich, with the band opening with “The Pit,” then moving into “Deep This Time,” and back into the “The Pit.” Keeping going on with this theme, moe. immediately dropped into “Recreational Chemistry” before finishing off the five-song “Pit” sandwich with the third and final “The Pit” of the evening. With another skillful transition, the band hit “Tubing The River Styx” before “Assfinger” and closing out with “Brent Black,” during which Vinnie Amico and Jim Loughlin shared Jim’s set up for a portion of the second set’s closing number. As a send-off for the evening, the band opened the encore with “Letter Home” before ending the performance and this leg of their winter tour with “New York City.”You can watch videos of “Seat Of My Pants” > “McBain” (in two parts) below via the band’s Facebook page, as well as fan-shot clip of “Prestige Worldwide” via YouTube user the ruff:“Seat of My Pants” > “McBain” “Prestige Worldwide”[Video courtesy of youtube user, the ruff]Setlist: moe. | Calvin Theatre | Northampton, MA | 4/2/2017 [courtesy of Marc O’Shea]Set 1: Defrost > Punchline, Prestige Worldwide, Four > Seat of My Pants > McBainSet 2: The Pit > Deep This Time > The Pit > Recreational Chemistry > The Pit > Tubing the River Styx > Ass Finger > Brent BlackEncore: Letter Home, NYCThe band will pick back up on February 17th at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works to kick off a southern run. For a full list of upcoming dates, head to the band’s website.
U.S. border patrol agents seized 87 percent more cocaine and 108 percent more heroin in fiscal year 2010 that ended on October 1 compared to the year before, a report said 16 February. But marijuana seizures were down 16 percent, according to the report, commissioned by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized a total of 115 tons of cocaine over the period, compared with 61 tons in the previous year. The report attributed the increased seizures of cocaine and heroin to better detection and border patrol personnel reinforcements, as well as a “greater willingness by drug trafficking organizations to attempt to smuggle riskier and larger narcotics.” Some 20,000 U.S. border patrol agents are currently deployed on the U.S. southern border with Mexico — a record number, according to DHS. The US Coast Guard, meanwhile, seized 91.8 tons of cocaine, 1.5 percent less than in fiscal year 2009. It intercepted about 13.5 percent of sea-bound heroin trafficking — a little under its goal of 18 percent. For its part, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) saw 72 percent of its investigations result in prison time, a sentence, fine or drug confiscations. By Dialogo February 18, 2011