The CNA Instructor is responsible for performing as a Clinical Skills Instructor in a skills lab and clinical sites. This person shall have the day to day responsibility for implementing the Career Technical Training program in accordance with the PRH policies and procedures, and state and federal requirements. Develops, prepares and implements lesson plans. Administers and scores tests. Maintains student and property accountability. Supervises clinical practice, monitors student progress and posts information to student training record.
Teaches, certifies qualified students as Personal Support Specialist (PSS) Coordinates and oversees a clinical program with local hospitals and/or nursing homes Establishes and maintains a good working relationship with local health care institutions Maintains a high degree of discipline within the classroom setting and at off center clinical sites in order to insure maximum learning Establishes a high degree of student/instructor rapport Utilizes all possible curriculum resources available Responsible for the maintenance of student personnel folders Responsible for the maintenance of student training achievement records Records and forwards daily attendance to the Student Records area Assists in the completion of all necessary Job Corps forms Responsible for insuring that the equipment and supplies are cared for Transports students to and from clinical/testing locations, as needed. Responsible for reports required by the Director such as student/staff hours, requisitions and monthly student evaluations
Minimum: State certified, licensed or accredited as a Registered Nurse Must have at least 1 years’ experience in supervising C.N.A.s. No teaching experience required, however must have the ability to transfer topical knowledge to meet specific learning objectives. Must maintain State certification. Must have valid driver’s license.
Preferred: Extensive practical knowledge of trade and teaching experience
Knowledge Required: Knowledge of methods needed to instill appropriate behavior as well as work and study habits in adolescent students; of housekeeping techniques and management; to read, comprehend, interpret, communicate and execute instructions or directives fluently in English.
All post offer candidates must complete and pass a background check and drug screen.
Interested in making a difference in young adults’ lives between the ages of 16-24? If so we may have the perfect job for you.
Job Corps is a government-funded, no-cost education and vocational training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps socioeconomically disadvantaged youth. We strive to fulfill this mission by following our Core Values of “Safety, Individual Accountability, Respect, Integrity, Growth and Commitment.”
Come and surround yourself with talented and professional individuals who have also taken the next step of making a difference in someone’s life. You would not only have a great and dedicated team to work with, but you would also be eligible to take advantage of a comprehensive benefits plan which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k), legal, tuition reimbursement, paid holidays, vacation, and sick time.
CSD is a leader in workforce development operating Job Corps centers throughout the U.S. since 1964 and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity /Affirmative Action / Female / Minority / Disabled / Veteran Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, child-birth, or related medical conditions), national origin, ancestry, age, disability, family care status, veteran status, marital status, military status, sexual orientation, gender, or any other characteristic protected by law. CSD makes reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities to apply for employment. Contact Susan Bolter at (888) 308-0338 to request a reasonable accommodation.