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Genesee Community College Nursing Clinical Coordinator (Fall 2024) in Batavia, New York

Location: Batavia, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Wed May 22 2024 Job Description:


Work collaboratively with faculty and support staff to coordinate clinical placements for students in affiliated hospitals and care facilities. Serves as a liaison between the Antoinette Marchese Clancy School of Nursing Program at GCC and local health care institutions, ensuring quality clinical placements for students. These activities include acquisition of ERecord access for students and faculty making sure records are handled, transferred, and/or stored safely, following HIPAA and FERPA regulations. Communicates with course coordinators and clinical faculty regarding mandatory classes and updates. Maintains all mandatory documentation (health requirements, CPR, etc.) for students and faculty as required by the health care institutions.

Coordinates the bridge program and teaches the associated nursing courses (class, including online, and lab).

Contributes to the development, review, assessment, and maintenance of a high-quality nursing curriculum. Participates actively in the accreditation process and the academic life of the institution.


Develops and implements the clinical rotation schedules. Makes requests for clinical placements using individual facility procedures, including a scheduling system. Collaborates with course coordinators on assignment of students to clinical facilities.

Works with department secretary or staff to ensure accuracy of the department clinical site listings.

Ensures that mandatory documentation for students and faculty is current and on file (physicals/health reassessments, TB testing, immunizations, CPR, and other mandatory material required by health care institutions).

Coordinates e-learning and EMR (Electronic Medical Records) access for faculty and students through point of contact at healthcare facilities.

Apprises all clinical faculty of mandatory training/orientation sessions.

Assists with evaluation of clinical sites for appropriateness and establishment of new affiliations.

Assists in resolving student clinical issues.

Assists with recruiting, hiring and orienting new clinical adjunct faculty. Assists program director in performing site observations and evaluations of clinical adjunct faculty.

Coordinates bridge courses including recruitment of students and collaboration on admission of cohorts, and serves as course coordinator for NUR 128 and NUR 129.

Shares the teaching load of the bridge courses on a team-teaching basis including course prep, exam preparation and grading. Includes online teaching responsibilities.

Attends and contributes to course planning meetings.

Attends and contributes to scheduled nursing faculty meetings and curriculum development, assessment, and review meetings, in conjunction with the total nursing faculty.

Participates actively in accreditation activities.

Participates in professional development activities.

Participates in activities affecting the entire College community.

Assumes other responsibilities as designated by the Director of the Nursing Program.

Job Requirements:



Master's degree in Nursing or comparable field of study in health sciences or health administration and a minimum of two years of recent nursing practice and ability to teach assigned course(s) is required; Applicants must have current New York State Registered Professional Nurse licensure in good standing. Strong technological proficiency in Microsoft Office is required

Ability to work effectively with college students, staff and faculty as well as clinical agency staff. Demonstrates a strong commitment to the values of equity, diversity and inclusion throughout all professional encounters. Incumbent must be mindful of and develops accessibility solutions that can accommodate all individuals to use GCC facilities without barriers, both digitally and physically.


concentration in Nursing Education is preferred, including education courses such as curriculum, instructional design and evaluation. Experience in college-level didactic or clinical instruction is preferred. Proven leadership skills with effective communication and problem-solving capability. Clinical scheduling and online educational system experience preferred.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a passion for teaching and learning, adaptability, and a positive approach to their role. This person will strive to create and maintain personal connections with students and the college community. They must be an approachable, enthusiastic team player with a strong work ethic who contributes to Genesee's supportive community, dedicated to effective, innovative strategies for student success. This individual must demonstrate a strong commitment to the values of equity, diversity and inclusion throughout all professional encounters. In addition, they must demonstrate an ability to work well with college students, staff and faculty.

Additional Information:


This is a full-time position at 35 hours per week. Appointment corresponds with the academic year (9 months) without obligation for summer instruction. Compensation is at a rate of $52,033.57 annually. Salary, benefits, and conditions of employment are as set by the GEA contract.


NYS Retirement

Comprehensive Health and Dental Insurance through Independent Health and Delta Dental


20 days' sick, 3 personal days and several holidays annually

May use up to 10 sick days for family illness

GCC Tuition Waiver for employee and dependents

SUNY Tuition assistance at 4-year institutions

Access to the Employee Assistant Program (EAP)

Access to the fitness center, pool, studio, walking trails and more at the Richard C. Call Arena