The preferred candidate will have demonstrated competence in teaching, advising, and curriculum development. This position teaches both didactic and practicum courses for the Associate Degree of Nursing Program.
Advise pre-nursing and nursing students within the department.
Classroom instruction, preparation, and supervision of students.
Clinical Setting (Hospital, Long term Care Facilities, and Clinic) preparation for clinical experience and supervision and instruction of students.
Community instruction such as preparation and presentation of college course work off-campus, workshop, seminars, and in-service for professionals and others.
Laboratory design, preparation, instruction, supervision, and other associated responsibilities.
Measurement of student performance including the preparation, administration, grading and evaluation of tests, papers, examinations and assessment rubrics and the reporting of grades.
Conferences with academic advisement of students outside of their registration needs.
Coordination, supervision and evaluation of student research.
Coordination and supervision of academic programs.
Coordination and supervision of student activities directly related to the academic program such as supervision of a journalism club, debate team or intramural athletic team.
Experimentation in developing effective teaching methods and teaching oriented research.
Writing letters of recommendation for students.
Selection and procurement of books, films, and other materials for classroom or laboratory use.
Periodic evaluation of library holdings and recommendations of books to be ordered by the library.
Development of new courses and programs of study.
Demonstrates motivation to stay current with new developments in the field.
Advisors are expected to help the student in the following ways:
help the advisee plan a program that will lead to the awarding of a degree or certificate,
assist with and approve class schedules arranged by the advisee
maintain advisee’s file/portfolio to include degree audits to track the advisee’s progress; student contact log to record meetings with the student; other items selected by the student or the advisor for the file (i.e., letters of recommendation, samples of work or achievements, etc.).
Confidentiality – Faculty bear a responsibility for confidentiality in their dealings with students. Privileged information should be respected as such and be shared with other professionals only with the student’s consent.
Ongoing research, which leads to the discovery of new knowledge or new applications of existing knowledge. Ongoing research intended to lead to publications in scholarly journals or books.
Ongoing reading and research to maintain proficiency and growth in one’s field of professional specialization.
Services as a designated representative of the College.
Participation in community and cultural activities held.
LCOOC is a tribal college in which faculty and staff are very conscious of being a vital part of our community’s living history and are particularly proud of the beautiful, sustaining traditions of the Ojibwa culture.
Will act as a liaison for students and clinical sites to mitigate risk for Covid-19 exposure and provide input for infection control recommend procedures. Assist in assessing potential exposure risks and incidents related to Covid-19 and provide recommended follow-up and staff and student training as needed.
Work is performed in the College for classroom teaching and clinical will be in hospital, clinics, etc.
Light physical activity. Work may involve occasional assistance of others in the manipulation of heavy objects and some standing or walking, usually for not more than 2 hours a day.
Some travel required for training, clinicals, and to College Outreach Sites.
Reports to Nursing Program Director.
This is not a supervisory position.
Please submit either hard or electronic copy of a cover letter, an updated resume, unofficial transcripts, and a completed LCO Ojibwe College job application (available online at www.lco.edu/hr) to the address directly below. All materials should be submitted in a single packet. Only applications containing all the items noted above, fully completed, will be considered.
Hand-delivered application packages will be accepted at the College until 4:30 pm on the deadline date; mailed applications must be received by the deadline date and emailed application packages must be received by 11:59 pm on the deadline date.
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College is a non-profit Ojibwe tribal college located in Northwest Wisconsin. Our focus is to help Native students advance themselves in the world, while studying their own history and language. The College serves both Native and non-Native students and offers a number of Associate Degrees as well as Bachelor Degree Programs in Business and Human Services to help prepare our students for today's world while maintaining the cultural intergrity of the Ojibwe people. The Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College is an open-door institution which welcomes anyone who would like to work toward a better tomorrow.