Under the general supervision of the nursing program director or designated nursing
faculty mentor, the successful applicant will have part-time, as needed, clinical nursing
responsibilities in the areas of medical surgical, psychiatric, or maternal/child nursing (as
• Teaching assignments will include student patient assignments, clinical supervision,
counseling and evaluation, pre- and post-conference student sessions, and grading of
• Clinical teaching assignments will be based upon an hourly wage accounting for
preparation, instruction, evaluation, counseling, and grading.
• The successful candidate will be expected to assume clinical and adjunct nursing duties
and responsibilities required of nursing faculty, including evening and weekend
instruction if needed.
Ability to accomplish organization objectives by organizing and monitoring work
• Proficiency in MS Office, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
• Established leadership skills including the ability to manage stakeholder groups; ability
to work collaboratively with multiple partners, including employers, community
colleges, government entities, policy decision makers, community-based non-profit
organizations, job seekers and other key stakeholders
• Excellent communication skills; keen appreciation for follow up, follow through, and
attention to detail
• Ability to work independently and without supervision
• Exceptional oral and written communication skills, including writing, editing and making
presentations to groups and individuals.
• Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
Master’s Degree in Nursing recommended. BSN required.
• A minimum of two years clinical experience in medical surgical nursing or specialty area
to provide clinical instruction.
• Current New Mexico License, or a compact state license, or eligibility to obtain a New
Mexico license to practice as a registered nurse.
• Successful experience in teaching at the college level or providing nursing student clinical
instruction is preferred.
• The candidate must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, strong clinical
skills, and reasoning, understanding of student clinical evaluation and outcomes.
• A demonstrated commitment to the community college and nursing philosophy of
• In addition, the candidate must have an appreciation for and understanding of the
unique needs of students in both academic and vocational disciplines
SENMC - Southeast New Mexico College
Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico 88220