Classroom Teacher - Special School District
Position: Classroom Teacher
Subject Area: Trades and Industry
Job Title: LPN Instructor Full Time
Job Location: South Tech/Met Center
Deadline: Dec 01, 2022**
District: Special School District
Town & Country, MO 63131
Telephone: 314-989-8211
Job Description:
Summary:  Prepares students to function as a Licensed Practical Nurse in accordance with the standards established by the Missouri State Board of Nursing.
Job Responsibilities:
  1. In cooperation with the coordinator and other faculty members, provides students with learning opportunities and evaluates their progress.
  2. Facilitate student learning in a simulation setting using pre-brief, simulation equipment, and post brief where students can practice and recognize errors in a safe and controlled environment.
  3. Prepares course syllabus, lesson plans and testing materials.
  4. Prepares lesson plans in advance.  When necessary to utilize a substitute instructor, the primary instructor provides necessary material and equipment for the scheduled class to be conducted without interruption.
  5. Assists in the planning of courses to provide correlation between clinical experience and theoretical instruction.
  6. Incorporates lectures, laboratory demonstrations and visual aids into daily teaching assignments.
  7. Plans, supervises and evaluates learning experiences in the laboratory.
  8. Keeps accurate up-to-date records of each student’s grades, attendance, progress records, clinical evaluation, affiliation records, and scheduled and unscheduled teacher-student conferences.
  9. Provides learning experiences for students which are relevant and concurrent or sequential with classroom theory.  Assigns students in relationship to past experience and length of time in program.  Selects learning experiences that will assist the student in reaching the stated objectives of the program.  Orients students to hospital, unit and client care at the beginning of each rotation.
  10. Supervises and guides students in their learning experiences.
  11. Follows guidelines set forth by each clinical area involved, while utilizing the facilities.
  12. Plans pre-conference and post-conference for each clinical day.  Clinical conferences are to be a minimum of one hour per clinical day, client centered, and occur in the clinical setting.
  13. Completes written evaluation of students at the end of each clinical rotation.
  14. Completes written evaluation of the clinical area at the end of each clinical block.
  15. Recognizes individual differences in students’ abilities.  Works to utilize strengths and improve weaknesses through formal and informal counseling and guidance of students.
  16. Investigates and interprets trends in nursing practice and evaluates their adaptability to the practical nursing program.
  17. Assesses and utilizes health personnel and community agencies for implementation of the teaching program.
  18. Interprets safe nursing practices to practical nursing students to ensure maximum patient care.
  19. Reports the need for major equipment and/or changes in physical facilities.
  20. Participates in recruiting, interviewing and evaluating prospective students, as feasible.
  21. Attends and participates in activities of the school, i.e., graduation.
  22. Attends educational and professional meetings in related areas.
  23. Holds membership and is active in a professional organization for nurses.
  24. Has a current written orientation plan for each clinical unit.
  25. Meets the State Department of Education requirements for teacher certification in the State of Missouri.
  26. Assumes any additional responsibilities so as situation requires, ensuring continuity of ongoing programs and/or implementation of new ones.
  27. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Education and/or Experience:
BSN required.  Minimum of three years recent nursing experience.  Approval by the Missouri State Board of Nursing prior to appointment required.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Current undisciplined Missouri Registered Professional Nurse license

Salary Range:  $64,240.93 - $83,740.39 based on education and experience.
Interested applicants must apply online:
The District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, age, genetic information, or any other characteristics protected by law.


** District reserves the right to close any Job Posting when a suitable applicant has been found before the deadline date.