Missouri Educator/Instructor Jobs

The need to fill nursing jobs in Missouri is substantial, as the state currently has a nurse vacancy rate of 9.5 percent. It is as high as 17 percent in rural areas. There is a critical shortage of BSN nurses, and the problem is being made worse because of a lack of nursing educators. However, state officials are working on this issue, and the governor of Missouri recently said that motivated students are in high demand to take on the nursing shortage challenge, be successful, and improve the state.s health care system.

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Vascular Access Nurse Educator - Medical Company
about doing bedside nursing for another 5 years? If... DEVICE COMPANY that is adding a Clinical Nurse Educator (RN) to its team. These are the individuals that...
Kansas City, MO CPR4sales Healthcare Recruiting 9/13/2014
Online Adjunct Professor - (NR305) RN Health Assessment
with superior instructors who have high professional... students, examines the principles and techniques of nursing assessments focusing on patient history-taking...
  DeVry Online Services 9/12/2014
Online Adjunct Professor - (NR351) Transitions in Professional Nursing
nurse across the educational continuum in the context of contemporary and future professional nursing... teaching nursing fundamentals or nursing foundations...
  DeVry Online Services 9/12/2014
Diabetes Educator, St Louis MO
The Diabetes Educator works with all appropriate... Provides and manages nursing care and assures program compliance with nursing staff, medical house staff...
St. Louis, MO Aston/Parker Recruitment 9/11/2014
RN- Home Health
RN, Registered Nurse, Nurse, nursing, homecare, home... visit nurse, admission nurse, skilled visit, case management, r.n., rn, acute care, hospice, hospice nurse...
Independence, MO FirstCall HomeCare 9/11/2014
Online Adjunct Professor - (NR351) Transitions in Professional Nursing
nurse across the educational continuum in the context of contemporary and future professional nursing... teaching nursing fundamentals or nursing foundations...
  DeVry Education Group 9/11/2014
Online Adjunct Professor - (NR305) RN Health Assessment
Chamberlain College of Nursing, DeVry Brasil, DeVry... students, examines the principles and techniques of nursing assessments focusing on patient history-taking...
  DeVry Education Group 9/11/2014
Diabetes Educator
searching for a Diabetes Educator to work with their... Bachelor's Degree in Nursing * Must be a Certified Diabetes Educator or in the process of receiving...
St. Louis, MO Healthcare Staffing Direct 9/9/2014
Visiting Professor (BSN Program) Maternal Child Clinicals--St. Louis Campus
Whether you're a nursing educator, IT specialist... Chamberlain College of Nursing has a history of **preparing extraordinary nursing graduates since 1889...
St. Louis, MO DeVry Education Group 9/8/2014
OPERATING ROOM EDUCATOR, ST LOUIS MO
OPERATING ROOM EDUCATOR-1305000959 Central Region ATS Healthcare / Health Services - Nursing / LPNs / LVNs Medical / Health - Nurse Full-time United States...
St. Louis, MO Aston/Parker Recruitment 9/8/2014
Occupational Health Nurse
Nurse (*may be LPN on Company request). Experience: Minimum three years clinical nursing experience. Licensure: Registered Nurse license*. Certifications...
Springfield, MO Mercy 9/3/2014
Full-time Nursing Faculty
Job Summary The instructor facilitates meaningful... lesson objectives, and (in the case of online instructors ONLY) delivers the instruction as approved...
Fenton, MO Brown Mackie College 8/29/2014
Online Course Developers - Nursing Education
Nursing: NUR 300 Transition to Baccalaureate Nursing... Master’s of Science in Nursing or Nursing Education degree and an active, unencumbered Registered Nursing...
  Galen College of Nursing 8/21/2014
Full Time – Family Nurse Practitioner – Clinic Manager – Kansas – 7500 Wornall Rd Kansas city MO 64114
by the State Board of Nursing. · Valid accreditation from the AANP or ANCC as a Family Nurse Practitioner... Charge Nurse in Hospital setting, Charge Nurse in...
Kansas City, MO Take Care Health Systems 8/9/2014
Education Specialist-RN
II RN license in Missouri. Bachelor's degree in nursing required, Master's degree preferred. Certified or... opportunities for nursing staff within and external...
St. Louis, MO Mercy 7/22/2014
Faculty - Nursing - GRAD
Educator or CNE/ Certified Nurse Educator. (The... nursing program offers a PhD in Nursing Education designed to prepare learners for nurse educator roles in...
  Capella University 7/12/2014
NURSING - Part-time Faculty
information for three references in your online application materials. Instructors needed for the following: NURS 332 Children and Families in the Community...
  Grand View University 7/1/2014
Full Time – Family Nurse Practitioner – Clinic Manager – 1191 W Kansas St Liberty MO 64068
by the State Board of Nursing. · Valid accreditation from the AANP or ANCC as a Family Nurse Practitioner... Charge Nurse in Hospital setting, Charge Nurse in...
Kansas City, MO Take Care Health Systems 6/25/2014
Clinical Educator
the Director of Nursing, the Clinical Educator, as a... of nursing personnel and patients utilizing information relevant to role expectation, nursing department...
    6/19/2014
NCLEX RN Instructor - Columbia
Scope: The Kaplan Faculty Member is a qualified nurse educator or clinical expert who, on a PRN basis, is... license as a Registered Nurse · Ability to teach...
Columbia, MO Kaplan 5/31/2014
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Nursing Educator/Instructor

Nurse educators develop and implement educational programs for both student nurses and RNs. These programs include those required for certification or certification renewal, as well as continuing education programs for registered nurses wishing to advance their degrees. The National League for Nursing (NLN) maintains the Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) credential program, which is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). Nurse educators are in high demand: The nursing shortage is in large part due to the shortage of qualified nurse educators. This demand is expected to grow as many current nurse educators retire.

 
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