Marksmanship Instructor Job Description Sample
Lead Weapons Instructor
Oak Grove Technologies has an immediate opening for a Weapons Instructor Assistant in Fort Hood, TX to be a part of a brand new weapons simulation project. To be considered, please email your resume to: Recruiting@oakgrovetech.com
This postions comes with full benefits (medical, dental, vision and a 401K match up to 4%).
Must have knowledge and experience of advanced marksmanship techniques, training methodology and small arms doctrinal material.
Preference given to candidates with prior military service, preferably Army Non-Commissioned Officer
Experience instructing in a military environment. (Army Basic Instructor Course certified or equivalent)
Should have experience in troubling shooting both mechanical and computer related issues.
Basic computer skills.
Graduate of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Master Trainer course number, 920-F61 (PI) or similar United States Army John Fitzgerald Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School or United States Marine Corps courses.
Group Exercise Instructor - Summer Swim Instructor
Under the supervision of the Aquatic Director and Swim Lesson Coordinator, the Swim Instructor position is responsible for providing swim lessons that create a safe, friendly and secure atmosphere for members and participants.
Position Specific Responsibilities:
Teach 25 minute group, private and semi-private swim lessons to children of all ages and ability levels.
Teach 50 minute group lessons to adults of all ages and ability levels.
Communicate with Swim Lesson Coordinator on a consistent basis for scheduling purposes.
Attend all scheduled staff meetings.
Provide feedback and areas of improvement to swim lesson participants to help guide them through their swimming journey.
Facilitate swim tests to children in order to place them in desired level.
Represent the LMU Campus Recreation department in and around the pool area.
Perform other duties as assigned or requested.
Typically a Bachelor's degree.
Knowledge of water hazards, pool safety, lifesaving techniques and first aid; principles and techniques of swimming and lifesaving; and appropriate safety precautions and procedures.
Exhibit behavior that supports the mission, vision, and values of the university. Communicate and employ interpersonal actions that model high standards of professional, responsible, accountable, and ethical conduct. Demonstrate a commitment to outstanding customer service.
Minimum 2 years' experience as a Swim Instructor.
American Red Cross CPR/AED and First Aid certifications; or
American Red Cross Lifeguard and Water Safety Instruction Certification preferred.
Physical Demands (if applicable) Special Instructions Exemption Status: Non-Exempt Salary Grade Minimum: Salary Grade Midpoint: Posting Date 04/05/2019 Application Deadline Date:
Basic Instructor For Adults: Transitional Studies Math And Pre-College Level Math Adjunct Instructor
This position could teach at any of the following campus locations:
Main Campus - 12401 SE 320th Street Auburn
Auburn Center- 1221 D Street NE Auburn
Kent Campus- Kent Station 417 Ramsay Way Suite 112 Kent
Green River College welcomes faculty who have a commitment to excellence in teaching and the ability to utilize a variety of methods and modes of instruction to ensure student success. Given the diversity of our student population, we encourage applications from faculty who can adapt teaching methods to a wide range of student backgrounds and interests.
For more information about our Transitional Studies (TS) courses, please visit our website. https://www.greenriver.edu/students/academics/pre-college-basic-skills/adult-basic-education/
Teach Adult Basic math and pre-college level math.
Maintain communication with the Transitional Studies Department on a regular basis, maintain student records, and complete all needed paperwork for a program funded by SBCTC.
Bachelor's degree and two years' experience working with adults students in a community college setting or an equivalent mix of education and experience that demonstrates the candidate meets the competency requirements for this position
Experience fostering a climate of multicultural understanding and appreciation
Master's degree in adult education, math education or other related area.
Minimum of three years of experience teaching Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency Preparation classes including High School 21+, Open Doors and GED® preparation in a community college or community-based setting.
Training and experience with administering CASAS appraisal, pre tests and post tests.
Experience in working collaboratively with and reporting to private, state, and federal agencies.
Experience working with people of diverse racial, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, as well as those with disabilities.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE:
Attach the following with your completed on line application and responses to the Supplemental Questions (located under the tab titled "Supplemental Questions") to be considered for this position.
At this time, Green River College is not sponsoring for H1-B Visas.
All offers of employment are subject to background checks. (Prior to a new hire, a background check including criminal record history will be conducted. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the position.)
GRC is an agency shop.
Green River College is a tobacco free campus. For more information on the tobacco policy, please visit the following link: https://www.greenriver.edu/campus/policies-and-procedures/general-administrative-policies/ga-2-tobacco-use-policy/
Jeanne Clery Statement: Notice of Availability of Annual Security and Fire Safety Report-- Green River College's Annual Safety and Fire Report is available online at www.greenriver.edu/CleryASFR, containing mandated information about current campus policies concerning safety and security issues, required statistics, and other related information for the past three calendar years. To obtain a paper copy of the report, please call 253-288-3350.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: Green River College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, gender, gender orientation, age, marital status, religion, disability, genetic information or on any other unlawful basis. The college is committed to preventing and stopping discrimination, including harassment of any kind and any associated retaliatory behavior.
The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Human Resources, 12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092-3622, (253) 288-3320. To receive this information in an alternate format, please contact Disability Support Services at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2631; TTY (253) 288-3359.
More than Just a Paycheck!
Washington State offers one of the most competitive benefits packages in the nation. We understand that your life revolves around more than just your career and that your priority is making sure that you and your family will maintain health and financial security. That's why choice is a key component of our benefits package.
Adjunct faculty may become eligible for benefits if they work two (2) consecutive quarters at 50% or more of full time academic load in order to qualify for benefits (based on instructional hours only).
Newly-hired adjunct faculty are eligible for PEBB insurance benefits when they have taught 50 percent or more of a full-time workload* for two consecutive quarters at one or more public higher education institutions, going on benefits the start of the second quarter at 50% or more. Medical, dental, life and long term disability insurance benefits are provided as currently administered under the Public Employees Benefits Board.
Adjunct faculty who initially meet the State Board Retirement Plan Eligibility criteria after June 30, 2011 are given the option to participate in the State Board Plan (TIAA-CREF) or to participate in TRS 3, and have 30 days to make a choice. The eligibility threshold for participation in the State Board Retirement Plan (TIAA-CREF) is 50 percent of a full-time workload* at one or more college districts or the State Board for two consecutive quarters. There may be other options available under limited circumstances.
Leave accruals and usage are governed by the faculty master contract.
- Half time is defined as one-half of the full-time academic workload as determined by each institution, except that half time for community and technical colleges faculty employees is governed by RCW 28B.50.489.
We strive to employ individuals who possess the skills necessary to effectively interact with a diverse population of students and staff at Green River Community College. Our effort is to create a climate that recognizes, respects, and celebrates differences. Describe what diversity means to you.
Describe your experiences with diverse populations.
Describe how you apply these experiences to the learning/working environment.
Did you complete all the work history and education fields within the online application? Did you upload your cover letter and resume/cv? If you did not complete these fields or attached these required documents, your application will not be considered for further screening.
Agency Green River College
Address 12401 SE 320th Street
Auburn, Washington, 98092
Class Specialty Instructor - Certified Pilates Instructor
THE POSITION Benefits Supplemental Questions
The Class Specialty Instructor teaches or tutors classes such as art, crafts, dance, drama, music, tumbling, aerobics, aquatics or other specialty programs for children, adults and families. Instructors are hired to teach classes to the public through the Parks, Recreation and Neighborhoods Department.
All applicants who meet the minimum qualifications of the position will be placed on an eligible list and invited to a selection interview with the Parks, Recreation and Neighborhoods Department.
The Human Resources Department reserves the right to revise the testing process to best meet the needs of the City.
ESSENTIAL AND MARGINAL FUNCTION STATEMENTS: Essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Organize, schedule and conduct classes.
Instruct individuals and/or groups in specified activity.
Promote class programs for children, adults, and families.
Maintain and submit reports and records as required.
Attend meetings and training sessions as required.
Provide reliable customer service by maintaining the overall commitment to promote facility programs and perform other duties as assigned.
May be responsible to open/close facilities and ensure site is safe for public
Perform other duties as assigned.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of:
Practices and techniques to achieve group cooperation in recreation programs .
Practices and techniques of specified activity.
Principles and practices of recordkeeping and scheduling.
Think and react clearly, quickly and accurately in emergencies.
Prepare reports and records.
Travel from worksite to worksite as needed.
Understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
Establish and maintain cooperative relationships with those contacted during the course of work.
Communicate in a clear and concise manner.
Develop favorable public relations and maintain an appearance that projects a positive image.
Lift and carry heavy objects; run forward, backward and laterally.
Perform light custodial maintenance tasks.
Be available and willing to work day or evening, any day of the week and holidays, as assigned.
Experience and Training Guidelines:
Any combination of education and experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Relevant experience or knowledge in specified activity
Volunteer or paid experience teaching the specified activity to children and/or adults is desirable.
Possession of a valid Class C California Driver's license is desirable.
A summary of your specialty is required at time of application.
Additional certifications and/or minimum requirements may be required depending on Class Specialty assignment.
NOTE: If hired, you will be required to be fingerprinted at time of appointment, in compliance with Section 10911-5 of the Education Code and Section 5164 of the Public Resources Code. In addition, it is the City's policy to not hire individuals convicted of any crime involving moral turpitude, including, but not limited to:
- an offense involving conduct requiring registration pursuant to Penal Code Section 290 (sex offender); an offense involving sexual misconduct with children; an offense involving prostitution (including solicitation).
- or an offense involving conduct requiring registration pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 11590 (controlled substance offenders) or any felony offense involving drugs (including possession, sale, distribution, transporting or conspiracy).
- or a felony offense involving the use of force and violence upon a person or another, or a misdemeanor offense for same within the last five (5) years.
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Mobility: Frequent performance moderate manual labor; frequent sitting, walking or standing for long periods of time; occasional bending, twisting, kneeling or squatting.
Lifting: Frequent lifting up to 25 pounds; occasional lifting up to 50 pounds. Vision: constant use of overall vision. Dexterity: Frequent grasping, holding, and reaching.
Hearing/Talking: Frequent hearing and talking in person.
Emotional/Psychological: Frequent community contact. Environmental: Occasional exposure to loud noises and large groups of people.
Conditions will vary depending on assignment. Work may also be performed in a typical outdoor or indoor environment on a year-round basis subject to street or field noise and year round weather conditions.
Duties may include some recreation-related field noise. Work often occurs at remote locations. Positions may require some overtime and weekend work and travel is rare.
Weapon Based Instructor
Linxx Global Solutions (Linxx) is looking for experienced weapons instructors to fill an AT/NSF Weapons Based Instructor position located at CENSECFOR Detachment San Diego, California.
An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.
Instructors shall deliver training in support of the Navy's Antiterrorism and Weapons Training Program. This includes the following courses of instruction:
- Small Arms Marksmanship Instructor (SAMI) (A-041-0148);
- Antiterrorism Training Supervisor (AT TRASUP) (A-830-0034);
- Security Reaction Force-Advanced (SRF-A) (A-830-0396);
- Armed Sentry/Security Reaction Force-Basic (AS/SRF-B) (A-830-0018);
- Submarine Force Crew Served Weapons Instructor (SUBFOR CSWI) (A-041-0012);
- Crew Served Weapons Operations and Maintenance (CSW O&M) (A-041-0013);
- Crew Served Weapons Instructor (CSWI) (A-830-2215);
- Non-Compliant Boarding, Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure (NCB VBSS) (A-830-0395).
Instructors shall assist in classroom and laboratory preparation, including ranges and remote training sites, student administration, test proctoring, and safety procedures to avoid interruptions in the training day. Instructors shall promote a safe and secure environment conducive to learning.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Possess high personal standards of technical knowledge and professional competence in delivering training material.
Possess the ability to perform in a military environment.
Possess a familiarity with the organization and hierarchy of the U. S. Navy, military rank/grade structure.
Possess a knowledge of Navy and military terminology, and shipboard/installation environments and configurations.
Possess knowledge of basic and advance training techniques and of computer technology applications as they apply to instructional delivery.
Possess a basic understanding of Military/Civilian Security Force techniques.
Team player with a high degree of self-motivation and the ability to work independently
Strong interpersonal, communication, and presentation skills
Possess fitness and conditioning to support the level of instruction.
Capable of performing all training evolutions, including the ability to effectively complete weapons qualifications in the standing, kneeling and prone positions, ascend or descend ladders and go through narrow passageways, and be free of any abnormal fear of heights.
Capable of passing a medical screening, psychological evaluation, drug screen and background check.
Ability to present a professional appearance.
Must have ONE of the following Instructor Certifications:
Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC) (A-012-0077) (or military service equivalent), OR
Master Training Specialist, OR
Academic credentialing (teacher/professor)
Must have ONE qualification from this list:
SAMI course (A-041-0148) NEC 0812, OR
CSWI course (A-830-2215) NEC 0814, OR
Seahawk Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course (S-050-0836) NEC 8210, OR
USMC Primary Marksmanship Instructor (MOS 8531) and Small Arms Weapons Instructor (MOS 8532) courses, OR
Other DoD-equivalent Small Arms and CSWI courses, OR
FLETC Small Arms Instructor course, OR
Any Federal or State Law Enforcement Agency Firearms Instructor course, OR
NRA Five-day Law Enforcement Handgun and Shotgun Development School, OR
Any other Small Arms or CSWI course equivalencies approved by OPNAV N46
Minimum of TWO years of past military experience in an operational environment, or as a Law Enforcement representative with a military or civilian force
Candidates with these desired skills will be given preferential consideration:
Possess or be able to qualify as a Second-Class Swimmer in accordance with NETC P1552/16 (Navy Swimming and Water Survival Instructors Manual)
Current CPR certification
Current Basic First Aid Certification
Linxx is a fast-growing Government contracting company, with corporate offices located in Virginia Beach, VA and contract support offices operating in 35 locations across the U.S. Linxx is a well-run, lean company with an excellent past performance record. We are dedicated to improving the security of America and her allies through insightful analysis, creative product development, and exceptional customer service.
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance
Basic and voluntary life insurance
Paid time off
Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/M/F/V/D)If you need an accommodation to our online application process, please contact us at 757-222-0300, x134
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Professor Of Professional Practice; Rank: Instructor Or Assistant Professor
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy (EJB) seeks to hire a full-time, non-tenure track Professor of Professional Practice at the rank of Instructor or Assistant Professor for appointment beginning Fall Semester 2019.
The position involves teaching and coordinating components of experiential learning activities for public health, health administration, and public policy undergraduate majors. The position reports to the EJB Associate Dean of Faculty and is supervised by the Undergraduate Internship Coordinator.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Teaching Leadership Seminar (3 credits), Professional Practice Internship (6 credits) and related courses;
Meeting, advising, and coordinating with students on internship placements and career planning;
Managing and supervising student internships in professional settings;
Expanding community partnerships and building positive working relationships with key public health, health administration, and public policy stakeholders at the local, state and national levels;
Developing and implementing new and innovative strategies for recruiting new internship placements;
Recruiting and training qualified internship preceptors in associated agencies and organizations;
Coordinating aspects of the internship program; maintaining accurate records, preceptor databases, contracts and affiliation agreements;
Managing large databases designed for tracking current and new internship sites;
Collecting student data and tracking activities for student- and program-level assessments; reviewing and analyzing those data for developing program modifications and improvements; and
Other duties as assigned.
Instructor Of Professional Practice (Non-Tenure Track)
The Marketing Department at Rutgers Business School—Newark and New Brunswick invites applications for a non-tenure track (NTT) faculty position with a starting date of September 1, 2019. The position will carry a normal annual teaching load of 24 credits in topics including, but not limited to, Advertising, International Marketing, Service Marketing, and Sales Management.
Rutgers Business School is ranked #1 among public business schools in the Northeast US and spans campuses in Newark and New Brunswick. Faculty members are expected to teach at both locations.
This position will help the Department to recruit advisory board members for the research centers. The faculty member will be tasked with building and maintaining strong relationships with industry and organizing events and programs with broad industry participation.
Due to the time commitments of service activities involved in this role, the normal teaching load may be adjusted accordingly. The faculty member will also participate in program/course development, student counseling and career guidance, and other service activities in the Marketing Department and Rutgers Business School. A successful candidate should have substantial professional experiences as a top marketing executive in prominent companies/organizations. A minimum of a Master's degree in a related discipline is required.
Tumbling/ Sports Instructor
Be Part of Our Mission
The mission of the YMCA of Metro Chicago is to develop strong children, families and communities across Metropolitan Chicago through academic readiness, character development, violence prevention, fitness and healthy living. Our network of 20 membership centers, five camps, early learning, school-aged and other programs at 100+ sites in the city and suburbs provides everyone with a safe place to learn, play and grow. In this role, you'll be an integral part of ensuring the YMCA continues to be a leader in making our city a world-class place to live and raise a family. So you're not just impacting a bottom line, you're impacting people and communities all over Chicagoland.
Provides leadership and planning of sports programs for different age groups. Supervises a group youth and/or adults. Promotes a positive environment for children, parents and staff.
Scope of Responsibilities:
Plans and implements sports programs in accordance with the goals and policies of the YMCA. Coordinates activities which are culturally relevant and developmentally appropriate.
Supervises a group of youth and/or adults to ensure their health and safety, and to provide for a positive experience for each person.
Communicates with and maintains positive relationships with parents.
Provides day-to-day guidance to staff and volunteers.
Follows YMCA policies and procedures, including those related to medical and disciplinary situations, child abuse prevention and emergency procedures.
Provides assistance to supervisor and may fill-in during temporary absences.
Maintains sports equipment and notifies supervisor of equipment issues.
Support the YMCA's mission and center operations as needed.
Child Abuse Prevention:
Supports the YMCA's commitment to child abuse prevention by:
Reporting any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor
Following all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children
Reporting any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor
Completing all child abuse prevention training as required
Commitment to Inclusion:
Supports the YMCA's commitment to inclusion of all members as required by Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Job responsibilities may include implementing program modifications for persons with cognitive, behavioral or physical disabilities, including but not limited to the injection of medical glucagon to members with Type 1 diabetes in emergency situations. Appropriate training and development will be provided to YMCA team members based on your role and responsibilities.
- Must have prior experience sports/specialty experience (i.e. Playing, Coaching, etc).
Group X Instructor
The Group Exercise Instructor will lead and motivate members in a group environment through a pre-arranged format of exercises designed to enhance overall fitness, strength and endurance, while ensuring that the safety of the members is not compromised. The Group Exercise Instructor will also serve as a resource to educate members on various aspects of fitness.
Leads and delivers group fitness classes based on industry standards and approved formats that begin and end promptly, and adheres to the format, standards, and times scheduled.
Instructs participants on effective workout methods; explains proper techniques, demonstrates exercises, identifies different muscle groups, and teaches appropriate methods and modifications.
Provides verbal instructions that are clear and ensure that the volume, tempo of music and overall atmosphere is motivational and conducive to hearing, teaching, learning and having fun.
Coaches and motivate class participants to achieve fitness goals and continually monitors for signs of injury, illness or overexertion.
Interacts with participants, answers questions, introduce/orient new participants, generates and maintains a positive exercise experience, and solicits feedback in order to maintain long-term participation and member retention.
Ensures all participants are using correct form during class and offers modifications and variations of the activities to accommodate all fitness levels.
Maintains and demonstrates a positive and professional attitude towards his/her responsibilities, fellow associates, members, and guests.
Represents and promotes Gold's Gym group exercise in a professional manner and adheres to appropriate fitness attire for demonstrating proper form, alignment and movement of the body, and refrains from attire that is revealing in an inappropriate manner.
Consistently delivers scheduled class as posted on schedule and actively coordinate and schedule a qualified/approved substitute Group Exercise Instructor in the event of necessary absence in order to avoid any cancellations.
Provides legally purchased music appropriate for the class format, and refrain from using music that contains foul or offensive language.
Ensures all equipment is functioning correctly and have microphones are in working order.
Maintains cleanliness and organization of the GGX room by ensuring equipment is put away and sound system is turned off when not in use.
Promptly notifies management of any equipment or facility repair needs.
Prepares any incident and/or witness reports as necessary in the event of accidents.
Accurately and consistently records hours worked and class attendance information submitted to the GGX Manager in a timely manner.
Attends all required staff meetings as necessary and willingness to attend training in order to maintain teaching skills or improve/expand current skill level.
Uphold the company's vision, mission, values and code of conduct and also comply with all Gold's Gym policies and procedures.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Current CPR/AED certification and basic first aid training is required.
Minimum of six months teaching in a group exercise environment along with demonstrated knowledge of group exercise principles and safe exercise techniques.
Maintain nationally recognized Group fitness certification by ACE, AFAA, ACSM.
Provide verifiable proof of specialized skill/training such as Yoga, Pilates, Body Pump, Body Attack, etc.
Knowledge of group fitness teaching strategies and the incorporation of choreography and safe transitional movement patterns, music, tempo, cueing technique, and rhythm.
High degree of energy and be physically fit to have the endurance to complete the workout.
Demonstrated knowledge of basic physiology, human anatomy, kinesiology, body mechanics, and training principles.
Demonstrated engaging and motivational leadership with adaptability at the front of a class to effectively engage participants and achieve a great member experience.
Ability to create and/or follow appropriate choreography combinations to be taught within the parameters of the class format.
Positive and effective interpersonal communication skills.
High degree of professionalism with ability to motivate others.
Ability to operate and troubleshoot audio equipment.
Nursing Instructor - PT
Prepare for class starts by organizing student material and texts to be distributed.
Prepare lesson/unit plans and submit to the Program Director and/or Academic Dean.
Organize and present subject matter in a meaningful way to students.
Develop course material and evaluation tools as needed, with approval of Program Director or Academic Dean.
Instruct classes as assigned.
Evaluate student progress.
Advise students at mid-term and term end with documentation.
Evaluate students on professionalism (appearance/dress code, attitude, cooperation)
Maintain student records, grades, and attendance. Post on permanent record sheets daily.
Research and prepare all lecture materials in advance of class presentation.
Notify students of make-up work due.
Tutor students during make-up time.
Monitor students during make-up time.
Keep informed of current standards related to instructional area.
Maintain a classroom environment conductive to learning.
Attend outside workshops and seminars on improving instructional and professional skills when time and resources permit.
Supplement student material when needed.
Attend orientations, staff meetings, and faculty meetings as scheduled.
Assist with preparations for graduation ceremonies.
Attend graduation ceremonies.
Assist in inventory and ordering of supplies and texts.
Maintain classrooms in a neat and orderly fashion.
Assist in maintenance of equipment.
Report any down equipment to the Program Director or Academic Dean
Maintain a cheerful, enthusiastic, positive attitude.
Assist financial aid and administrative departments by providing information as needed.
Assist in distributing student recognition pins and attendance stars.
Refer students to the Program Director and/or Academic Dean if additional advising is necessary.
Refer students having excess of three (3) absences to the Program Director or Academic Dean.
Faculty should remain in classrooms for all assigned instructional times.
Faculty should adhere to scheduled student breaks.
Faculty will utilize instructional plans.
Faculty will direct and assess student progress in achieving theory content: cognitive) and performance (competencies: psychomotor and affective) requirements of the program.
Other duties as assigned by the Program Director or Academic Dean.
Current and active RN license in the state of Florida.
Minimum of 4 years clinical experience as an RN in the last 5 years.
BSN required, MSN preferred
Must meet all regulatory and corporate qualifications.
Must meet approval of regulatory board in order to hold the position
Teaching experience preferred
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