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If you are interested in sharing your training and knowledge with our students please contact the Human Resources Office to begin the process of establishing your qualifications to teach at Northland Pioneer College. Assignments are available at most NPC Campus and Center locations. All assignments are part-time. Instructors of online courses must also be available to teach on-site classes.

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  • Early Childhood Education
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  • English
  • Geology
  • History
  • Mathematics

Northland Pioneer College is seeking individuals who want to enrich their lives and the lives of others through part-time teaching in the Nursing and Allied Health areas. Packets must be submitted to the Human Resources Office (see above).
We currently have the following Adjunct Faculty positions available:

Multiple Sites

  • Phlebotomy Instructor
  • Medical Assistant Instructor

Winslow – Little Colorado Campus

  • NAT 101 Nursing Assistant Training

Show Low – White Mountain Campus • Fall 2017 – August 21 to December 8, 2017

  • NUR117 Pharmacology Lecture, Mondays, 10 a.m. – 12 Noon
    Introduces student to use of phamracological agents in health and illness with special emphasis on caring behaviors and communication related to patient teaching and safe medication administration.
    Qualifications: Masters in nursing or baccalaureate in nursing and a graduate degree in another field. At least two years experience as a registered nurse providing direct patient care. Current, registered nurse license active and in good standing and minimum of three years experience providing direct care as a registered nurse in any setting.
  • NAT101 Nursing Assistant Training Lecture, Mondays, 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.
    Provide 3-hour weekly lecture to adult, pre-nursing students in basic nursing assistant care to be eligible to test for state certification upon completion of the course.
    Qualifications: Current, registered nurse license active and in good standing and minimum of one year full time or 1500 hours employment providing direct care as a registered nurse in any setting. One year experience supervising nursing assistants or experience teaching adults as a faculty member or clinical educator, or successful completion of a 3-credit course on adult teaching and learning concepts.
  • NUR121 Nursing I Skills Laboratory Instruction, Tuesdays, 8 a.m. – 12 Noon
    Skills lab focused on development of critical thinking and communication skills and fundamental nursing procedures, e.g., dosage calculations, medication administration, physical assessment, wound care/isolation precautions, sterile technique, urinary catheters, enemas/ostomy care.
    Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing; masters degree preferred. Current, registered nurse license active and in good standing and minimum of three years experience providing direct care as a registered nurse. Meticulous attention to safety and proper skill techniques.
  • NUR221 Nursing III Clinical Supervision, Wednesdays, 6 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    Clinical supervision focused on medical-surgical nursing, nursing care in maternal child health and behavioral health settings. Clinicals scheduled at Summit Regional Medical Center and ChangePoint Integrated Health inpatient setting in Lakeside.
    Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing; masters degree preferred. Current, registered nurse license active and in good standing and minimum of three years experience providing direct care as a registered nurse. Meticulous attention to safety and proper skill techniques.
  • NUR221 Nursing III Skills Laboratory Instruction, Thursdays, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Laboratory instruction primarily focused on medical-surgical nursing, nursing care in maternal child health and behavioral health settings. Skills include dosage calculation, mental status exam, fetal monitoring, IV admixtures, central line /PICC skills, cardiovascular assessment, care of children, epidural infustion, phototherapy, IV syringe pump, neonatal resuscitation.
    Qualifications: Baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing; masters degree preferred. Current, registered nurse license active and in good standing and minimum of three years experience providing direct care as a registered nurse. Meticulous attention to safety and proper skill techniques.

To learn more about possible opportunities (in the Nursing and Allied Health Division only), contact Dean Dr. Debra McGinty at (800) 266-7845, ext. 6133.
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