Samuel Merritt University Job Listing RSS Feed - All Jobs en-ushttp://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs These are the latest job listings for Samuel Merritt University. For more information, please visit us at http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs. SMU-Admission Counselor - San Francisco Peninsula Campus http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/943 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Staff<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Admissions<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>The Admission Counselor advises prospective students regarding preparation and appropriateness of academic programs, entry options, and curriculum. The candidate responds to inquiries and represents Samuel Merritt University at local, regional, and national recruitment events. Activities will focus on, but not be limited to, the admission cycle related to the nursing programs in the SF Peninsula and South Bay. <br /> <br />This position is located at the San Francisco Peninsula/San Mateo Campus of Samuel Merritt University and reports to the Director of Admissions Marketing Recruitment based in Oakland. The selected candidate will primarily be responsible for increasing Samuel Merritt s presence on the Peninsula and in the South Bay, but will also recruit students and review applications for all of Samuel Merritt s programs as business needs require. <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />Required skills: <br /> Excellent organizational skills. <br /> Demonstrated ability to work independently and remotely. <br /> Moderate experience with spreadsheet software such as EXCEL. <br /> Excellent oral communication skills required, including the ability to speak effectively with counselors, prospective students and family members, and other professional colleagues in one-on-one or large group settings. <br /> Excellent written communication skills, including the ability to organize and effectively communicate thoughts through the written word. <br /> Ability to read English and carry out written instructions. <br /> Ability to work and concentrate in a busy, multi-tasked, multi-faceted environment. <br /> Courteous and professional manner required. Diplomacy in dealing with conflict. <br /> Excellent attention to details as they relate to the successful, daily operation of the Office of Admission. <br /> Demonstrated ability to make decisions and exercise professional judgment. <br /> Ability to analyze statistical data pertaining to enrollment trends and projections. <br /> Ability to interact with University faculty and staff, medical center staff, prospective students and their families, and other University admission personnel. <br /> Demonstrated ability to establish rapport quickly and easily with all audiences. <br /> Ability and skill to work independently, and as part of a designated team. <br /> Working knowledge of student information system database (i.e. Power Campus, Webadmit) and CRM systems (i.e., Salesforce). <br /> Ability to rent a car and a willingness to travel by airplane. <br /> <br />Education and skills: <br /> Bachelor s degree required. <br /> Demonstrated experience in student recruitment and admission, or substantially similar work experience, required. Experience in health professions admissions is preferred. <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1530755 Tue, 03 May 2016 14:49:53 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/943 SMU-Adjunct Instructor (Theory & Clinical) - Nursing (Sacramento Campus) http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/926 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>Samuel Merritt University School of Nursing has adjunct faculty (Theory and Clinical) opportunities available at the Sacramento campus. These positions are ideal for working nurses who have expertise in disciplines of medical surgical nursing, critical care, pediatrics, maternity, community health or mental health nursing. <br /> <br />Adjunct faculty are responsible for creating a positive learning environment for students in accordance with the educational objectives of the course and implement the policies identified in the course syllabus to ensure the successful achievement of course objectives. <br /> <br />Specific duties and responsibilities: <br /> <br /> Creates a dynamic, learner centered environment that supports the diverse learning needs of the student population and that is based on educational theory, and evidence-based teaching practices. <br /> Models reflective and critical thinking and serves as a coach and mentor for students; confers with them on their progress and assists them in the development of learning plans to facilitate successful achievement of course objectives; <br /> (Theory) Meets with program faculty as needed to review the course, student evaluations and recommendations for change. (Clinical) Meets with faculty of the course prior to the first day of clinical to review clinical and course requirements. <br /> (Theory) Completes an appropriate orientation. (Clinical) Completes an appropriate clinical orientation to the site/s (if necessary) where the faculty member will be overseeing students; maintains and enhances competence in the clinical area of teaching. <br /> Plans learning experiences that are appropriate for the level of the students. <br /> Reviews written assignments and provides appropriate, timely, written feedback; documents student progress on appropriate forms and if necessary, provides a learning plan for the attainment of objectives. <br /> Evaluates learner performance and provides ongoing feedback to students on attainment of course objectives. <br /> (Theory) Apprises students of their progress in the course at the mid-term point, as defined in the syllabus, and for those who are not meeting expectations, establishes a mutual learning plan to achieve stated goals. (Clinical) Completes a formal, written midterm and final evaluation on a designated form for each student. <br /> (Theory) Submits grades to the Registrar by the appointed date in the Academic Calendar. (Clinical) Submits the students final clinical evaluations for filing to the Program administrative assistant. <br /> (Theory) Notifies Program Director of at-risk students as soon as identified and at least weekly thereafter. (Clinical) Notifies Course Manager of at-risk students or unusual occurrences in the clinical setting as soon as identified and at least weekly thereafter. <br /> (Theory) Participates in program faculty meetings as needed. (Clinical) Participates in faculty course meetings during the semester. <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />Qualifications: <br /> <br /> Masters in Nursing or related field (required for theory; preferred for clinical) <br /> Demonstrated current competence in theory or clinical area <br /> Effective leadership and communication skills <br /> Past experience in theory or clinical teaching preferred <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1607101 Tue, 03 May 2016 14:49:49 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/926 SMU-Adjunct Instructor (Theory & Clinical) - Nursing (Oakland Campus) http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/927 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>Samuel Merritt University School of Nursing has adjunct faculty (Theory and Clinical) opportunities available at the Oakland campus. These positions are ideal for working nurses who have expertise in disciplines of medical surgical nursing, critical care, pediatrics, maternity, community health or mental health nursing. <br /> <br />Adjunct faculty are responsible for creating a positive learning environment for students in accordance with the educational objectives of the course and implement the policies identified in the course syllabus to ensure the successful achievement of course objectives. <br /> <br />Specific duties and responsibilities: <br /> <br /> Creates a dynamic, learner centered environment that supports the diverse learning needs of the student population and that is based on educational theory, and evidence-based teaching practices. <br /> Models reflective and critical thinking and serves as a coach and mentor for students; confers with them on their progress and assists them in the development of learning plans to facilitate successful achievement of course objectives; <br /> (Theory) Meets with program faculty as needed to review the course, student evaluations and recommendations for change. (Clinical) Meets with faculty of the course prior to the first day of clinical to review clinical and course requirements. <br /> (Theory) Completes an appropriate orientation. (Clinical) Completes an appropriate clinical orientation to the site/s (if necessary) where the faculty member will be overseeing students; maintains and enhances competence in the clinical area of teaching. <br /> Plans learning experiences that are appropriate for the level of the students. <br /> Reviews written assignments and provides appropriate, timely, written feedback; documents student progress on appropriate forms and if necessary, provides a learning plan for the attainment of objectives. <br /> Evaluates learner performance and provides ongoing feedback to students on attainment of course objectives. <br /> (Theory) Apprises students of their progress in the course at the mid-term point, as defined in the syllabus, and for those who are not meeting expectations, establishes a mutual learning plan to achieve stated goals. (Clinical) Completes a formal, written midterm and final evaluation on a designated form for each student. <br /> (Theory) Submits grades to the Registrar by the appointed date in the Academic Calendar. (Clinical) Submits the students final clinical evaluations for filing to the Program administrative assistant. <br /> (Theory) Notifies Program Director of at-risk students as soon as identified and at least weekly thereafter. (Clinical) Notifies Course Manager of at-risk students or unusual occurrences in the clinical setting as soon as identified and at least weekly thereafter. <br /> (Theory) Participates in program faculty meetings as needed. (Clinical) Participates in faculty course meetings during the semester. <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />Qualifications: <br /> <br /> Masters in Nursing or related field (required for theory; preferred for clinical) <br /> Demonstrated current competence in theory or clinical area <br /> Effective leadership and communication skills <br /> Past experience in theory or clinical teaching preferred <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1607098 Tue, 03 May 2016 14:49:44 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/927 SMU-Full Time Nursing Faculty (Any Two Disciplines) - Sacramento Campus http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/948 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>SMU School of Nursing welcomes applications for full-time, annualized faculty with specialty in two disciplines. The full-time faculty has multiple roles in our academic environment: teaching, service, and scholarship and creative activity. Faculty is responsible for creating environments that facilitate student learning and the attainment of expected outcomes at the course and program levels. Faculty has ownership for the development, implementation, evaluation and revision of the curricula within the School of Nursing which are designed to prepare graduates to provide nursing care in a dynamic health care environment. Faculty provides service on School of Nursing committees, University Committees and other committees or task forces. Faculty also engages in scholarship that reflects activities resulting in the production, reorganization/refinement, dissemination or creation of works that advance knowledge in one s field. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br />EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE: <br /> <br /> Minimum of Master s degree in nursing or an equivalent field required <br /> Earned Doctorate from an accredited institution of higher education preferred <br /> Specialization in area of teaching responsibility <br /> At least three years of progressive teaching experience in classroom, practice, and/or laboratory settings preferred. Baccalaureate or higher degree preferred. <br /> Recent (within five years) practice experience in area of specialization <br /> Registered Nurse or eligible for licensure in California <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1610496 Tue, 03 May 2016 14:45:23 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/948 SMU-Full Time Nursing Faculty (Two Disciplines including Med Surg) - Sacramento Campus http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/947 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>SMU School of Nursing welcomes applications for full-time, annualized faculty with specialty in two disciplines including medical surgical nursing. The full-time faculty has multiple roles in our academic environment: teaching, service, and scholarship and creative activity. Faculty is responsible for creating environments that facilitate student learning and the attainment of expected outcomes at the course and program levels. Faculty has ownership for the development, implementation, evaluation and revision of the curricula within the School of Nursing which are designed to prepare graduates to provide nursing care in a dynamic health care environment. Faculty provides service on School of Nursing committees, University Committees and other committees or task forces. Faculty also engages in scholarship that reflects activities resulting in the production, reorganization/refinement, dissemination or creation of works that advance knowledge in one s field. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE: <br /> <br /> Minimum of Master s degree in nursing or an equivalent field required <br /> Earned Doctorate from an accredited institution of higher education preferred <br /> Specialization in area of teaching responsibility <br /> At least three years of progressive teaching experience in classroom, practice, and/or laboratory settings preferred. Baccalaureate or higher degree preferred. <br /> Recent (within five years) practice experience in area of specialization <br /> Registered Nurse or eligible for licensure in California <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1610499 Tue, 03 May 2016 14:43:59 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/947 SMU-Full Time Clinical Nurse Instructor - (Med Surg & Advanced Med Surg) - Sacramento Campus http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/946 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong> <br />The School of Nursing is in need of a pre-licensure full-time faculty who will teach almost exclusively in a clinical setting with a specialty in medical surgical and advanced medical surgical nursing. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />Qualifications: <br /> Masters in Nursing or a related field (required) <br /> Demonstrated current competence in clinical area <br /> Effective leadership and communication skills <br /> Past experience in clinical teaching preferred <br /> Registered Nurse or eligible for licensure in California <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1610510 Tue, 03 May 2016 14:41:31 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/946 SMU-Full Time Nursing Faculty (Med Surg & Advanced Med Surg) - Sacramento Campus http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/945 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 3, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>SMU School of Nursing welcomes applications for full-time, annualized faculty with specialty in medical surgical and advanced medical surgical nursing. The full-time faculty has multiple roles in our academic environment: teaching, service, and scholarship and creative activity. Faculty is responsible for creating environments that facilitate student learning and the attainment of expected outcomes at the course and program levels. Faculty has ownership for the development, implementation, evaluation and revision of the curricula within the School of Nursing which are designed to prepare graduates to provide nursing care in a dynamic health care environment. Faculty provides service on School of Nursing committees, University Committees and other committees or task forces. Faculty also engages in scholarship that reflects activities resulting in the production, reorganization/refinement, dissemination or creation of works that advance knowledge in one s field. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE: <br /> <br /> Minimum of Master s degree in nursing or an equivalent field required <br /> Earned Doctorate from an accredited institution of higher education preferred <br /> Specialization in area of teaching responsibility <br /> At least three years of progressive teaching experience in classroom, practice, and/or laboratory settings preferred. Baccalaureate or higher degree preferred. <br /> Recent (within five years) practice experience in area of specialization <br /> Registered Nurse or eligible for licensure in California <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1610504 <br /> Tue, 03 May 2016 14:39:01 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/945 SMU-Student Health Clinical Specialist http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/944 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Staff<br /><strong>Department: </strong>SHAC<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 2, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>Under the supervision and general direction of the Director of Student Health and Counseling Center, the Clinical Specialist will provide medical and administrative support at the Student Health and Counseling Center. This position is responsible for overseeing patient flow and assisting the Nurse Practitioner in providing quality patient care to ensure professionalism and efficiency. The Clinical Specialist will provide direct support to the operations of the Student Health and Counseling Centers, performing clerical duties, operational tasks, maintaining an accurate and up-to-date student health records database, and monitoring student compliance with all University health requirements. <br /> <br /> <br />This position requires strong performance in a wide variety of complex and specialized administrative duties to support the office functions and efficient operation of a busy University Health and Counseling Center. The desired candidate will have a sincere interest in student health and wellness, excellent interpersonal skills, exceptional organizational skills, pleasant demeanor, mature judgment, and professional approach in dealing with various constituents. This individual should be team oriented, experienced in supporting multiple people in a busy office environment, able to work independently, able to exercise considerable discretion and judgment in all work areas, and have an ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with a wide variety of people from diverse backgrounds. Applicants should possess diplomacy, tact, cultural sensitivity, the ability to adhere to strict student privacy and confidentiality regulations, and to honor the institution s commitment to diversity. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: <br /> <br /> Graduate of a certified Medical Assistant (MA) program required. <br /> Bachelor's degree preferred; Associate's degree required. <br /> Minimum of two years of experience in a health care facility preferred. <br /> <br /> <br />OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: <br /> <br /> Strong written and verbal communication skills with ability to effectively present information and respond to problems and questions in a timely manner. <br /> Communicate effectively with students, faculty, and staff of Samuel Merritt University, Summit Medical Center, and the public. <br /> Demonstrated proficiency with computers, including word processing, spreadsheets, electronic mail, internet, and desktop publishing (e.g., Microsoft Office applications). Ability to create, manage, and maintain a complex database and to query database and produce reports. <br /> Exhibit technical and analytical expertise with ability to conduct arithmetic and algebraic equations, read graphs, and create mathematical formulas in analyzing data. <br /> Ability to handle multiple priorities with strong organizational skills, excellent concentration, and attention to detail. <br /> Must maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive information in a professional manner at all times. <br /> Must exhibit tact, discretion, problem-solving skills, and the ability to work as a member of the student health and counseling team. <br /> <br />SMU-1610206 Mon, 02 May 2016 13:58:29 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/944 Work Study Student-Occupational Therapy http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/883 <strong>Job Type: </strong>On Campus<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Occupational Therapy <br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>May 2, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>DEPARTMENT: Occupational Therapy (8025) <br /> <br />TITLE: Clinic Assistant <br /> <br />LOCATION: Office of the Administrative Assistant - Peralta Pavilion 4706 <br /> <br />PURPOSE: To assist with operation of the Pediatric Occupational Therapy Clinic <br /> <br /> <br />Start date 5/31/16 <br /> <br />DUTIES AND <br />RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Greet and escort families arriving to the clinic. <br /> <br />2. Provide parking information and distribute parking vouchers. <br /> <br />3. Assist with clinic setup, organization, and breakdown. <br /> <br />4. Communicate with Environmental Services (EVS) regarding weekly linen or classroom needs. <br /> <br />5. Inventory clinic supplies and equipment. <br /> <br />6. Create, organize, and maintain client files. <br /> <br />7. Communicate with families of clients regarding non-clinical matters (appointment reminders, follow-up missed appointment). <br /> <br />8. Perform various short-term assignments as designated by Administrative Assistant. <br /> <br />JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Familiarity with Apple/Mac personal computers, word processing (documents and label making), ability to work with confidential materials, demonstrated accuracy and thoroughness in detailed work, excellent communication skills. <br /> <br />LENGTH OF Orientation (2 hours) TBA before 9/25/15 <br />EMPLOYMENT: Mondays and Fridays beginning 09/25/15 through 12/7/15 <br /> <br />AVERAGE NUMBER OF <br />HOURS PER WEEK: 8 HOURS PER WEEK, <br /> <br />HOURLY WAGE: $13/hr. <br /> Mon, 02 May 2016 10:44:27 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/883 SMU-Adjunct Instructor (Theory & Clinical) - Nursing (San Francisco Peninsula Campus) http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/925 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>April 28, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>Samuel Merritt University School of Nursing has adjunct faculty (Theory and Clinical) opportunities available at the San Francisco Peninsula campus. These positions are ideal for working nurses who have expertise in disciplines of medical surgical nursing, critical care, pediatrics, maternity, community health or mental health nursing. <br /> <br />Adjunct faculty are responsible for creating a positive learning environment for students in accordance with the educational objectives of the course and implement the policies identified in the course syllabus to ensure the successful achievement of course objectives. <br /> <br />Specific duties and responsibilities: <br /> <br /> Creates a dynamic, learner centered environment that supports the diverse learning needs of the student population and that is based on educational theory, and evidence-based teaching practices. <br /> Models reflective and critical thinking and serves as a coach and mentor for students; confers with them on their progress and assists them in the development of learning plans to facilitate successful achievement of course objectives; <br /> (Theory) Meets with program faculty as needed to review the course, student evaluations and recommendations for change. (Clinical) Meets with faculty of the course prior to the first day of clinical to review clinical and course requirements. <br /> (Theory) Completes an appropriate orientation. (Clinical) Completes an appropriate clinical orientation to the site/s (if necessary) where the faculty member will be overseeing students; maintains and enhances competence in the clinical area of teaching. <br /> Plans learning experiences that are appropriate for the level of the students. <br /> Reviews written assignments and provides appropriate, timely, written feedback; documents student progress on appropriate forms and if necessary, provides a learning plan for the attainment of objectives. <br /> Evaluates learner performance and provides ongoing feedback to students on attainment of course objectives. <br /> (Theory) Apprises students of their progress in the course at the mid-term point, as defined in the syllabus, and for those who are not meeting expectations, establishes a mutual learning plan to achieve stated goals. (Clinical) Completes a formal, written midterm and final evaluation on a designated form for each student. <br /> (Theory) Submits grades to the Registrar by the appointed date in the Academic Calendar. (Clinical) Submits the students final clinical evaluations for filing to the Program administrative assistant. <br /> (Theory) Notifies Program Director of at-risk students as soon as identified and at least weekly thereafter. (Clinical) Notifies Course Manager of at-risk students or unusual occurrences in the clinical setting as soon as identified and at least weekly thereafter. <br /> (Theory) Participates in program faculty meetings as needed. (Clinical) Participates in faculty course meetings during the semester. <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />Qualifications: <br /> <br /> Masters in Nursing or related field (required for theory; preferred for clinical) <br /> Demonstrated current competence in theory or clinical area <br /> Effective leadership and communication skills <br /> Past experience in theory or clinical teaching preferred <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1607104 <br /> Thu, 28 Apr 2016 09:02:21 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/925 Child Caretaker http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/941 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Off Campus<br /><strong>Department: </strong>HR<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>April 25, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>Room in Berkeley to Exchange for Child Care <br /> <br />We want to exchange a room in our home for part-time childcare. We are a family of four, our house is in the North Berkeley Hills, and we are looking for: <br />a) Summer help (exact dates flexible); and <br />b) Live-in childcare for the September-May 2016-2017 school year. <br /> <br />FOR THE SUMMER JOB: 35-40 hours per week, 7am to 1pm, 20th June through 12th August (moving dates very flexible). The primary duties are to care for our seven year old son in the morning before he goes to afternoon summer camp (taking him swimming, playing ball in the park, going to museums, hosting play dates and other activities). Duties also include watching our two year old daughter from 7am to 8 or 9am (she has childcare during the day), and helping with some household duties -- cooking, cleaning (no more than we would expect from a family member), and occasional evening care for both kids. This job would be ideal for student who wants to stay in the area over the summer, needs a place to live, and is willing and enthusiastic about helping us with our childcare needs. For this job, we would provide room, board, and a stipend of $500 - $1,000 (depending on hours worked and if you want full board). <br /> <br />FOR THE SCHOOL-YEAR JOB: Approximately 20 hours per week (2 hours before school and two hours after school, plus occasional evenings or weekends) from early September through mid-June. The primary duties are helping with the morning routine on school days, picking up kids from school, and helping with dinner preparation. For this job, we would provide room and board in an even exchange for child care. <br /> <br />Required qualifications: <br /> Have previous childcare experience <br /> Be over age 18 <br /> Be a high school graduate or equivalent <br /> Be proficient in spoken English <br /> Have no criminal record <br /> Be in good health <br /> Have a driver s license <br /> <br />We offer: <br /> A private, furnished room, and all meals if you d like that <br /> A loving family in a quiet and comfortable home, in a safe neighborhood <br /> Two super-cute kiddos <br /> References from prior summer helpers <br /> A car, if you need one (the house is one block from the bus stop) <br /> Some flexibility: we are willing to balance your schedule with ours, and we can offer additional work hours if you d like to earn more. <br /> <br />Please contact: browneyedgoil@gmail.com <br /> Mon, 25 Apr 2016 10:51:15 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/941 SMU-Assistant Professor-CSPM http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/942 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>CSPM<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>April 25, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>As an Assistant Professor within the Department of Podiatric Surgery, the incumbent is responsible for guiding the learning of students in classrooms and/or clinical settings. Faculty members are assigned to develop and teach the courses for which they are qualified by education, certification, and professional experience. Instructional duties include planning courses and curricula, didactic and clinical teaching, and evaluating courses. Related duties include academic advising of students, supervision of independent study projects, maintaining weekly office hours, attending meetings, serving on committees, and participation in special university events and ceremonies. Faculties at the rank of Assistant Professor are also expected to engage in relevant current clinical practice or scholarly activities in the teaching specialty as defined in the Faculty/Staff Handbook and to be actively engaged in professional activities, which enhance the faculty role. <br /> <br />Teaching and Learning <br /> Develops instructional materials and student learning activities for didactic or clinical instruction based on program and course objectives and within the context of the program s philosophy. <br /> Collaborates with other faculty members to coordinate theory and clinical instruction to provide an optimal learning environment for students. <br /> Selects and uses a variety of situation appropriate teaching methods and strategies, including but not limited to: lecture, discussion, role playing, group activities, audiovisual and technical materials. <br /> Communicates effectively with students and peers in teaching course and clinical material and in the achievement of identified learning goals. <br /> <br />Evaluation <br /> Provides regular and timely feedback to students, including the return of written assignments. <br /> Documents student performance deficiencies in writing to the student as soon as identified. <br /> Completes formative and summative evaluation reports on student achievement of learning objectives according to College policy. <br /> Evaluates courses and instructional performance annually and more often if needed. <br /> <br />Academic Advising <br /> Is available during regularly posted office hours and by appointment to provide academic advising to students. <br /> <br />Scholarship and Research <br /> Assumes position of Director of Clinical Research for CSPM. <br /> Responsible for continuation of ongoing clinical trials. <br /> Assumes the role of principal investigator. <br /> Responsible for the oversight of sub-investigators and clinical coordinator. <br /> Responsible for process of identifying, applying for and successfully completing clinical trials. <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br />Required Education and Experience <br /> A minimum of an earned doctoral degree in the discipline or in a closely related discipline. <br /> Clinical expertise in the specialty area of the teaching assignment <br /> Publication record appropriate for this rank (refer to SMU Faculty Handbook) is required. <br /> Service to the university and one s profession appropriate for appointment at this rank. <br /> <br />Desired Skills and Abilities <br /> Excellent verbal and written communication skills. <br /> Ability to establish and maintain excellent interpersonal relationships. <br /> Ability to calculate exam scores and grades. <br /> <br />Certificates, Licenses, Registrations <br /> Holds a valid license to practice podiatric medicine. <br /> Other specialized certification or license may be required depending on the nature of the instructional assignment. <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1609092 Mon, 25 Apr 2016 08:58:48 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/942 SMU-Associate Director of Social Media and Web Content http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/938 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Staff<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Comm & ER<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>April 19, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>The Associate Director of Social Media and Web Content is charged with defining the University s social media presence, maintaining the brand across all social media platforms, and engaging and growing our followers. The position will be responsible for the consistency, quality, and clarity of web content in alignment with the SMU brand. The individual will work closely with the communications team which includes media relations, advertising and marketing, publications, and external relations. Collaboration with key stakeholders in the divisions and departments of Enrollment and Student Services (Admission), Information Technology Services, Academic Affairs, and other units within the Office of the President such as Diversity and Inclusivity is a key accountability. <br /> <br />Job Duties: <br /> Creates a University social media and web content strategy, framed around the strategic goals, core values, and brand of the University. <br /> Develops social media and institutional web content; coordinates basic web content to ensure consistency and brand aesthetics across the University s website. <br /> Serves as the on-brand voice of SMU through daily management of social media channels, including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Develops, manages, and maintains the social media calendar. <br /> Evaluates current practices in social media and web content creation in alignment with key SMU messages; recommends ways to improve delivery and overall quality. <br /> Reviews and reports on social media analytics; collaborates with advertising, marketing, and admission staff in the analysis of data to measure effectiveness in delivering brand messages and building engagement. <br /> Stays current on emerging social trends, and explores new ways to engage target audiences. <br /> Application of social media and web communications skills in the use of graphic assets (photo, video, and infographics) for enhancing content. <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br />Qualifications <br />Education and/or Experience: <br /> 3-5 years social media management experience, including community engagement. <br /> 3-5 years web content management experience. <br /> Exceptional understanding and use of social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat, LinkedIn, and YouTube. <br /> Demonstrated experience in improving the digital environment. <br /> Passionate about social media and emerging trends. <br /> Bachelor s degree or higher in one of the following disciplines: communications, information technology/web/social media, marketing, or digital publications. Degree in related field such as information science considered. <br /> Experience in a health-related field of higher education environment preferred. <br /> <br />Qualifications: <br /> A strong track record of leading creative campaigns that build active social communities. <br /> Skilled in interviewing and research techniques for creating content. <br /> Excellent writing skills for producing sharable and accessible content for the web and SMU digital communications. Must be proficient writer, researcher, and communicator. <br /> Outstanding verbal and interpersonal communication skills. <br /> Experience in developing social media marketing plans, evaluating digital analytics, and meeting multiple deadlines. <br /> Familiarity with marketing concepts including branding and advertising especially in the web environment. <br /> Ability to draft policies, guidelines, protocols and forms related to web publications. Must be a team player who will perform with professionalism, integrity, collaboration, and respect. <br /> Experience with Drupal, HTML, CMS, and/or other platforms/programs critical to best practice social media and web content production. <br /> <br />SMU-1609285 Tue, 19 Apr 2016 09:33:51 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/938 SMU - Full Time Nursing Faculty (Multi-Speciality with Mental Health) http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/937 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Faculty<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>April 19, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>SMU School of Nursing welcomes applications for full-time, annualized faculty, multi-specialty with mental health nursing. The full-time faculty has multiple roles in our academic environment: teaching, service, and scholarship and creative activity. Faculty is responsible for creating environments that facilitate student learning and the attainment of expected outcomes at the course and program levels. Faculty has ownership for the development, implementation, evaluation and revision of the curricula within the School of Nursing which are designed to prepare graduates to provide nursing care in a dynamic health care environment. Faculty provides service on School of Nursing committees, University Committees and other committees or task forces. Faculty also engages in scholarship that reflects activities resulting in the production, reorganization/refinement, dissemination or creation of works that advance knowledge in one s field. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE: <br /> <br /> Minimum of Master s degree in nursing or an equivalent field required <br /> Earned Doctorate from an accredited institution of higher education preferred <br /> Specialization in area of teaching responsibility <br /> At least three years of progressive teaching experience in classroom, practice, and/or laboratory settings preferred. Baccalaureate or higher degree preferred. <br /> Recent (within five years) practice experience in area of specialization <br /> Registered Nurse or eligible for licensure in California <br /> <br />SMU-1609089 Tue, 19 Apr 2016 09:30:21 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/937 SMU-Administrative Coordinator http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/936 <strong>Job Type: </strong>Staff<br /><strong>Department: </strong>Nursing CRNA<br /><strong>Date Posted: </strong>April 18, 2016<br /><strong>Description: </strong>The primary responsibility is to manage the daily operations of the Program of Nurse Anesthesia. This includes anticipating needs, carrying out policies and procedures, implementing decisions and action plans established by the Program administration, and assisting students and faculty as necessary. <br /> <br />Program Support: <br /> Serve as first point of contact for program inquiries from internal and external communities. <br /> Provide general clerical support to faculty as needed. <br /> Maintain student and faculty files and student clinical records as required by specialized accreditation agencies. <br /> Take minutes for PNA faculty meetings (as needed) and clinical coordinator meetings. <br /> Assist in the PNA admissions process. <br /> Serve as resource and support for PNA students. <br /> <br />General Operations Activities: <br /> Prepare grant proposals to funding sources identified by PNA faculty and/or the SMU Director of Development in collaboration with Director (e.g., HRSA and other governmental agencies, Kaiser Permanente, philanthropic organizations). <br /> Manage the tracking of grant recipients, including demographic data. Complete all grant-required reporting. <br /> Oversee event planning for the PNA, including but not limited to: Open Houses, Diversity in CRNA annual workshop, graduation, new student orientation, admission interviews and faculty meetings/retreats. <br /> Manage process for submission of PNA graduates certification exam applications to the NBCRNA and licensure applications to the California BRN with input from Program Director and Registrar. <br /> Collaborate on edits to, and development of, handbooks, clinical procedures, and guideline reference manuals. <br /> Coordinate program s preparation for incoming cohort, including new student orientation. <br /> Coordinate all aspects of continuing education credit process for special workshops. <br /> Create and manage master PNA program calendar. <br /> Prepare all PNA Faculty Instructional Assignments. <br /> Onboard all newly hired PNA faculty. <br /> <br />Budget and Accreditation: <br /> Process all invoices, check requests, honorarium paperwork and payments, payroll adjustments, purchase requisitions, and reconcile P-Card expenditures. <br /> Oversight and reconciliation of all PNA budget expenses and projections to ensure program stays within budget. <br /> Manage annual budget planning process in consult with Program Director. <br /> Identify and track program expenses to be billed to a special grant in collaboration with the Finance Department and Program Director. <br /> Assist in all aspects of the preparation of annual documents such as Program reports to accreditation organizations and designated Kaiser Permanente administrative bodies (monitoring for accountability of grant deliverables.) <br /> Work collaboratively with designated PNA personnel to ensure each PNA clinical agency (approximately 35) meets accreditation requirements at all times. <br /> Maintain documentation as required by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Program (COA). <br /> <br />Clinical Residency Support for PNA: <br /> Ensure students report all injuries within the required timeframe <br /> Maintain and distribute major documents related to the smooth operation of the PNA clinical residency. <br /> Maintain content on Clinical Rotation Manager site on Canvas and/or other web-based portals used by the PNA for stakeholder communication <br /> Update and maintain Nurse Anesthesia Student Tracking (NAST) database (specialized software system), which includes PNA-customized survey instruments. <br /> Ensure all Nurse Anesthesia Residents credentials and site-specific clinical privilege paperwork are in compliance. <br /> Instruct students on set-up of NAST portfolio. <br /> Track student clinical absences. <br /> Maintain and update preceptor database. <br /> Maintain exposure reports and oversee dosimetry badge distribution process for the radiation safety monitoring program. <br /> Responsible for annual renewal of student housing apartment leases and routine apartment maintenance for Central Valley clinical rotations. Ensure payment of all housing-related expenses. <br /> <br /> <br />The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence. <br /> <br /> <br />Qualifications <br />Education and Experience: <br /> Baccalaureate degree preferred <br /> Demonstrated 5 years of progressive responsibility in an administrative role <br /> Minimum of 2 years experience in an academic environment preferred <br /> 1-2 years experience in coordinating, leading or managing processes or workflows. <br /> Navigation of complex, ever-changing internal systems and processes to ensure smooth day to day operations. <br /> Experience in reconciling budgets and tracking spending <br /> Grant management oversite desirable <br /> <br />Required Skills: <br /> Excellent interpersonal skills <br /> Microsoft Office programs at an intermediate-advanced level (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) <br /> Good judgment and creative, critical thinking to solve daily problems <br /> Excellent writing skills, including producing cogent, grammatically correct narrative <br /> Ability to analyze and interpret data <br /> Ability to organize and prioritize workload <br /> Attention to detail and follow through on action items <br /> Ability to delegate appropriate tasks and supervise personnel to ensure completion of task <br /> Ability to interpret budget spreadsheets and create accurate spreadsheets <br /> Ability to handle privileged information in a confidential manner. <br /> <br /> <br />SMU-1609008 Mon, 18 Apr 2016 09:59:57 -0700 http://www.samuelmerritt.edu/jobs/view/936