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  • Instructor, Health Careers Certification (Medical Assisting)
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    EMAIL ALLISON CHRISTY allisonc@pioneertech.edu with your resume` and application.  DO NOT UPLOAD BELOW, we are having technical difficulties. 

    Pioneer Technology Center is accepting applications for the position listed below.  Requests for an Application of Employment and job description should be made to the Human Resources Office at 580-762-8336, extension 224.  You may call or come by the school (reception desk) to get an application and a job description.  Please return your application in a sealed envelope to the reception desk or by mail to the Pioneer Technology Center Human Resources Manager.

    POSITION:                           Instructor, Health Careers Certification (Medical Assisting)

    CONTRACT LENGTH:     10 month contract (starting July 1, 2017)

    RESPONSIBLE TO:            Instructional Director, Adult Health Programs

    SALARY:                              Commensurate with experience and qualifications

    The Medical Assistant Career Major is designed to prepare individuals for entry-level employment in a variety of health career settings in an administrative or clinical role.

    PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

    Provide modified competency-based instruction to students with a wide range of learning styles; develop, revise and update curriculum materials; develop rapport/communication with clinical site and work cooperatively with clinical personnel to provide appropriate learning experiences.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Prefer Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university or three years experience directly related to the health care field; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Current RN licensure in Oklahoma, without encumbrances.  Approval of Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.  Skills required (in addition to direct care) include:  medical coding, working computer knowledge, word processing and medical office procedures.

    Deadline for Submitting an Application –March 24, 2017 at 4:00 pm or until a suitable applicant is found.

    APPLICATION

    Pioneer Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
     sex/gender, age, religion, disability or veteran status.

    -Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation records check required upon employment-

    Requirements:

    Title: Health Careers Certification Instructor (HCC I; HCC II; MA)

    Reporting Relationships: Responsible to the Pioneer Technology Center Board of Education, Superintendent/CEO, Deputy Superintendent and Director of Instruction

    Supervisory Relationships: None

    Qualifications: 

    • Prefer Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university or three years experience directly related to the health care field; or equivalent combination of education and experience. 
    • Current licensure in a health care field, without encumbrances.  Must be working toward certification in vocational area.
    • Approval of Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education

    FLSA Classification: Exempt

    Working Relationships: Must develop and maintain a positive working relationship with other PTC staff members, students, parents, business and industry representatives and interested community members necessary to provide quality educational programs.

    Essential Job Functions: 

    1. Provide modified competency-based instruction to students with a wide range of learning styles.
    2. Develop, revise, and update curriculum materials.
    3. Select and requisition instructional materials, supplies, and equipment.
    4. Instruct students in the proper use, care, and safety of equipment, materials, supplies, furniture, and facilities.
    5. Organize the program so that instructional activities can be accomplished safely and efficiently.
    6. Evaluate student performance based on theory, professionalism and competency in the instructional program based on objectives and established criteria.
    7. Instruct students in the importance of accuracy, neatness in appearance, efficiency, and good work habits in obtaining employment.
    8. Maintain an awareness of and adherence to accommodations for special learners as established through Individualized Education Plans or Section 504 documentation.
    9. Work cooperatively with counselors and learning consultants to provide educational services for students.
    10. Sponsor or co-sponsor an active CTSO chapter.
    11. Maintain awareness of students with disclosed medical needs/conditions and be prepared to respond as needed and appropriate.
    12. Maintain accreditation standards for state agency and regulatory board.
    13. Maintain/submit records and reports as required by the state and the district by the required deadline.
    14. Develop rapport/communication with clinical site and work cooperatively with clinical personnel to provide appropriate learning experiences.
    15. Assign students to learning experiences based on objectives and identified learning needs.
    16. Provide orientation to the clinical environment prior to having students assigned to that area.
    17. Work cooperatively with clinical staff to provide student orientation to the facility.
    18. Provide a means for students to evaluate clinical experiences.
    19. Maintain up-to-date clinical records.
    20. Enforce rules and regulations of the affiliating clinical site.
    21. Maintain discipline and assist students in dealing with personal, social, and vocational problems.
    22. Maintain continued contact with the community through an active advisory committee to keep in touch with job entry requirements, current trends, equipment, and placement.
    23. Participate in recruitment of students.
    24. Participate in selection of students by providing input on the appropriate selection criteria.
    25. Assist in placing graduates seeking employment.
    26. Maintain professional competence through participation in professional and civic activities including ODCTE meetings, conferences and workshops.
    27. Develop effective working relationships among the faculty and with cooperating agencies.
    28. Participate in regularly planned staff meetings.
    29. Participate in educational, professional, and community activities to increase and promote program effectiveness and improvement.
    30. Maintain a clean and orderly classroom, shop/laboratory, and office space.
    31. Maintain accurate inventory records.
    32. Uphold and enforce local and state laws, as well as health agency policies and regulations.
    33. Assist in implementation of board rules, regulations, and policies.
    34. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Physical Factors: 

    1. Physical elements include stooping, kneeling, reaching, handling, finger dexterity, visual acuity (including near acuity, far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction) and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.
    2. Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently to move objects.
    3. Perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical, unusual or dangerous situations.

    Standards of Performance: The Health Careers Certification Instructor will be evaluated two times per year for the first three years and annually thereafter.

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  • Practical Nursing Instructor
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    EMAIL ALLISON CHRISTY allisonc@pioneertech.edu with your resume` and application.  DO NOT UPLOAD BELOW, we are having technical difficulties. 

    Pioneer Technology Center is accepting applications for the position listed below.  Requests for an Application of Employment and job description should be made to the HR Manager at 580-762-8336, extension 224.  You may call or come by the school (reception desk) to get an application and a job description.  Please return your application in a sealed envelope to the reception desk or by mail to the Pioneer Technology Center Human Resources Manager.

    POSITION:                            Practical Nursing Instructor

    CONTRACT LENGTH:        12 month contract (starting July 1, 2017)

    RESPONSIBLE TO:              Instructional Director, Adult Health Programs

    SALARY:                               Commensurate with experience and qualifications

    PRIMARY FUNCTIONS:

    To conduct a competency-based instructional program in Practical Nursing training; provide modified competency-based instruction in assigned program; evaluate student performance; assist in maintaining student files, records, and reports; provide clinical instruction and supervision; maintain community contact; participate in nursing student recruitment/selection; assist in student job placement upon completion of program; organize and develop curriculum.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    Bachelor’s degree in Nursing required.  Master’s degree preferred.

    Current RN license in Oklahoma without encumbrances.

    Present evidence of two years full-time equivalent practice as an RN in a clinical setting within the last five years preceding the first date of first employment as a teacher.

    Deadline for Submitting an Application – March 24, 2017 at 4:00 pm or until a suitable applicant is found.

    APPLICATION

    Pioneer Technology Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin,
     sex/gender, age, religion, disability or veteran status.

    -Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation records check required upon employment-

    Requirements:

    Title: Practical Nursing Instructor

    Reporting Relationships: Responsible to the Pioneer Technology Center Board of Education, Superintendent/CEO, Deputy Superintendent and Adult Health Programs Director

    Supervisory Relationships: None

    Qualifications: 

    • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing required (with willingness to pursue MSN).
    • Registered Nurse currently licensed and unencumbered in Oklahoma.
    • Present evidence of two years full-time equivalent practice as a RN in a clinical setting within the last five years preceding the first date of first employment as a teacher.
    • Approval of Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education
    • Approval of Oklahoma Board of Nursing

    FLSA Classification: Exempt

    Working Relationships: Must develop and maintain a positive working relationship with other PTC staff members, students, parents, business and industry representatives and interested community members necessary to provide quality educational programs.

    Essential Job Functions: 

    1. Provide modified competency-based instruction to students with a wide range of learning styles.
    2. Develop, revise, and update curriculum materials.

    3. Instruct students in the proper use, care, and safety of equipment, materials, supplies, furniture, and facilities.

    4. Organize the program so that instructional activities can be accomplished safely and efficiently.

    5. Evaluate student performance based on theory, professionalism and competency in the instructional program based on objectives and established criteria.

    6. Instruct students in the importance of accuracy, neatness in appearance, efficiency, and good work habits in obtaining employment.

    7. Work cooperatively with counselors and learning consultants to provide educational services for students.

    8. Sponsor or co-sponsor an active CTSO chapter.

    9. Select and requisition instructional materials, supplies, and equipment.

    10. Maintain accurate inventory records.

    11. Maintain accreditation standards for state agency and regulatory board.

    12. Maintain individual student files to include appropriate records and information.

    13. Maintain/submit records and reports as required by the state and the district by the required deadline.

    14. Provide a means for students to have input, i.e. student/faculty committee.

    15. Provide instruction and supervision in the clinical setting at assigned times and locations.

    16. Maintain up-to-date clinical records.

    17. Enforce rules and regulations of the affiliating clinical sites.

    18. Develop rapport/communication with hospital staff and work cooperatively with clinical personnel to provide appropriate learning experiences.

    19. Assign students to patients and/or learning experiences based on objectives and identified learning needs.

    20. Provide orientation to the clinical environment prior to having students assigned to that area.

    21. Work cooperatively with clinical staff to provide student orientation to the facility.

    22. Provide a means for students to evaluate clinical experiences.

    23. Maintain discipline and assist students in dealing with personal, social, and vocational problems.

    24. Maintain continued contact with the community through an active advisory committee to keep in touch with job entry requirements, current trends, equipment, and placement.

    25. Maintain accreditation standards for state agency and regularity board.

    26. Participate in recruitment of students.

    27. Participate in selection of students by providing input on the appropriate selection criteria.

    28. Assist in placing graduates seeking employment.

    29. Participate in the team management process.

    30. Maintain professional competence through participation in professional and civic activities including ODCTE meetings, conferences and workshops.

    31. Develop effective working relationships among the faculty and with cooperating agencies.

    32. Participate in regularly planned staff meetings.

    33. Participate in educational, professional, and community activities to increase and promote program effectiveness and improvement.

    34. Maintain a clean and orderly classroom, laboratory, and office space.

    35. Uphold and enforce local and state laws, as well as health agency policies and regulations.

    36. Assist in implementation of board rules, regulations, and policies.

    37. Perform other duties as assigned.

    Physical Factors: 

    1. Physical elements include stooping, kneeling, standing, reaching, handling, finger dexterity, visual acuity (including near acuity, far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, naturally or with correction), hearing acuity (naturally or with correction) and good eye-hand coordination or with suitable accommodations.
    2. Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently to move objects.
    3. Perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical, unusual or dangerous situations.

    Standards of Performance: The Practical Nursing Instructor will be evaluated annually.

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