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Aultman Health Foundation
Canton, OH
Government and Military
Job Type
Full Time
Years of Experience
1+ to 2 Years
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About the Job

Req# 17362

Aultman Health Foundation, CANTON, OH


Aultman Health Foundation

Full Time, Varied Shifts, Varies


The Simulation Coordinator provides leadership for all simulation activities, including but not limited to mannequins, Anatomage table and task trainers, through a multidisciplinary approach for college focused education and training programs. The Simulation Coordinator is considered nursing faculty and responsible for planning, implementing, and evaluating classroom, laboratory, and clinical instruction. Participation in program development and evaluation is also required. The Simulation Coordinator is also the liaison with all college partners including and not limited to Aultman affiliates, ACCE, external community partners and clients. Responsibilities overseeing simulation include promotion, coloration, design, execution and evaluation of simulation experiences.


Completion of an approved registered nursing education program;

Current active licensure as a registered nurse in the State of Ohio;

Experience for two years in the practice of nursing as a registered nurse;

Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) preferred

A minimum of a master's degree in nursing with maintenance of expertise in area of responsibility. (ACEN Standard Faculty and Staff, 2.1 and CCNE faculty and staff standard)

A Master's Degree; (Ohio Board of Nursing (OBN) Rules 4723-5-10 Qualifications of Administrative, Faculty, and Instructional Personnel for a Professional Nursing Education Program)

If the individual does not possess a bachelor of science in nursing degree, the Master's or other professional degree, including, but not limited to a Ph.D., shall be in nursing;

If the individual possesses a bachelor of science in nursing degree, the Master's

 degree may be, but is not required to be, in nursing. Previous teaching experience

 in a professional nursing education program is preferred. In this case, the

individual is qualified for clinical instruction only.

Simulation experience is required including knowledge of simulation-based education, building simulation scenarios, and programing simulator mannequins.

Proficient with project management, organization, and presentation.

Competent team leadership skills especially in the aspects of facilitation, coloration and evaluation.


Excellent interpersonal, written/oral communication and project management skills. Strong organizational skills necessary to effectively plan, organize, and prioritize work assignments to meet deadlines. Work both independently and collaboratively on simulation projects. Must be able to exercise independent judgment and initiative with little supervision. Ability to promote and present the simulation possibilities to current and potential educators/customers.

Knowledge of curriculum development, methods of teaching and evaluation is desired. Demonstration of research, scholarship, and commitment to community service is desired.

See Rank and Promotion Policy (Aultman College of Nursing and Health Sciences Faculty Handbook) for additional requirements, particularly in reference to potential for advancement in rank.


Coordinates the use of Simulation:

Maintains working relationships with the College and other agencies to foster the growth of the simulation program.

Provides clinical leadership to the simulation program in partnership with the College and the Aultman community.

Participates in strategic planning for simulation program development.

Coordinates the simulation program's equipment, space, budget, and staff.

Applies evidenced-based educational principles to the design, implementation and evaluation of the simulation program.

Provides integral technology support and training to designated personnel that utilize simulation equipment.

Assists faculty in facilitating the delivery of simulation.

Creates a Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) to provide clear expectations of simulation experience(s) and associated cost for purchased services.

Assists in the development of the annual budget of the simulation program.

Evaluate and review the profit and loss (PNL) for each purchased service and recommend improvements.

Recommends equipment for purchase.

Oversees the management and repair of equipment .

Oversees the management of simulation policies.

Pursues professional growth activities to expand knowledge and advance learning.

Performs other duties consistent with the role of simulation coordinator.

Effectively facilitate learning and learner development:

Assess the individual learning styles/needs of diverse learners.

Implement a variety of teaching strategies related to content, setting, course/program outcomes and learning styles/needs.

Consider multicultural influences on teaching and learning.

Practice skilled oral, written, and electronic communication.

Model critical and reflective thinking practices for students.

Show enthusiasm for teaching, learning, and nursing that inspires and motivates students.

Possess personal attributes that facilitate learning (caring, confidence, patience, honesty, flexibility, and respect for students).

Develop collegial working relationships with clinical agency personnel to promote positive learning environments for students.

Serve as a role model of professional nursing in the practice setting.

Develop action plans with students to assist with goal achievement.

Provide academic advising to students

Nursing faculty should additionally refer to" Faculty Responsibilities Related to

Supervision of Students" Policy for further descriptions and definitions. Those nursing

faculty teaching a nursing course shall specifically:

Provide a syllabus or outline to each nursing student that includes at least:

The title of the course;

The number of theory hours, if applicable;

The total number of clinical and lab hours combined if applicable and of this combined number:

 The total number of planned clinical hours

 The total number of planned laboratory hours

The course description;

The course objectives or outcomes;

The teaching strategies, including the job title, credentials or other

 information describing the background of an individual providing course

 content, whose qualifications are directly related to the course;

The methods of evaluation;

The name of the faculty who will be teaching the course;

The name of teaching assistants that will teach the course, or provide

 instruction in laboratory or clinical settings, as directed by faculty; and

The required textbooks and other bibliography of learning resources;

Design and implement teaching strategies that will assist a nursing student to meet the course objectives or outcomes;

Direct and supervise the activities of a teaching assistant and preceptor, if utilized;

Evaluate each nursing student's achievement and progress with input from the

 teaching assistant or preceptor, if utilized.

At the conclusion of the course the faculty responsible for teaching the course shall compare planned clinical hours with delivered clinical hours and planned lab hours with hours delivered and report this data to the program director. A faculty member of a nursing education program is responsible for planning the student's clinical experience and for evaluating the student's performance. Clinical nursing experiences are assigned by faculty based on course objectives and student learning needs. Faculty shall supervise student practice by providing guidance, direction, and support appropriate to the clinical situation.

Clinicals will have established objectives.

Faculty will communicate these objectives to the student, teaching assistant, preceptor, and staff at clinical site.

Faculty will ensure all students are oriented to the clinical setting.

Make assignments in conjunctions with the teaching assistant or preceptor for the student's experience consistent with course objectives.

Faculty members providing clinical supervision of students must meet the qualifications of OAC 4723-5-10

While supervising nursing students in the clinical setting, faculty function only as a faculty member during the nursing student's clinical experience.

Use assessment and evaluation strategies:

Match strategies to the desired learning outcomes for theory and clinical practice.

Provide timely, constructive, and thoughtful feedback to learners.

Use formative and summative evaluations to enhance the teaching-learning process.

Demonstrate skill in test design, test construction, and item analysis.

Supervise and evaluate student learning in the clinical, laboratory, and classroom environments.

Participate in Curriculum Design and Evaluation of Program Outcome:

Apply sound educational principles, theory, and research to the implementation of the curriculum.

Formulate outcomes for theory and clinical.

Revise/reorganize course content based on assessment of program outcomes, learner needs, and current trends.

Select textbooks, audiovisual materials, and other appropriate resources to facilitate learning.

Consult with colleagues, Program Director, Dean, and others as necessary.

Attend course and/or level meetings.

Implement continuous quality improvement measures.

Develop the Educator Role:

Seek out activities/opportunities that increase the effectiveness of the roles of the educator.

Balance the teaching, scholarship and service demands inherent in the role of educator.

Use feedback obtained from self, peer, student, and administrative evaluations to increase role effectiveness.

Participate in professional development activities designed to promote the roles of teacher, scholar, and clinician.

Mentor new faculty.

Participate in community service activities.

Maintain a professional portfolio.

Engage in Scholarship:

Utilize evidence-based research/literature to improve teaching/learning.

Share teaching and learning expertise with other faculty and professionals.

Demonstrate qualities of a scholar (i.e. integrity, courage, perseverance, vitality and creativity)

Function as Change Agent and Leader:

Develop leadership skills to shape and implement change.

Orients course faculty, as applicable, to course components and responsibilities.

Discuss the implementation and evaluation of creative teaching/learning activities with other faculty.

Chair committees and/or task forces within the Division, College, or Aultman Health Foundation.

Collaborate with the clinical site's staff, peers in nursing, and all College divisions to meet students' learning needs and objectives.

Recognize problems related to students, staff, and faculty and seek appropriate resources.

Function within the Educational Environment:

Actively support the College Mission and Values.

Actively support the Division's philosophy and goals.

Attend College functions.

Serve as a member of College committees and task forces as necessary.

Attend sponsored educational programs.

Treat all persons with compassion, care, courtesy and respect.

Respect the privacy/dignity of others.

Assist other faculty and staff as needed.

Post and maintain a minimum of six (6) office hours per week.

Respond in a timely fashion to student, staff and faculty requests.

Communicate effectively and professionally (verbal, nonverbal, and electronic).

Project a professional image in attire, appearance and behavior.

Deal with difficult situations effectively.

Perform as a team member.

Understand data collection/reporting obligations.

Report on time and share information with appropriate director/manager before submitting to IEC.


Each administrator, staff, and faculty member is expected to understand, value, prioritize, and communicate assessment as a critical institutional practice. Everyone has a responsibility to support the culture of assessment with behaviors that facilitate and sustain practices. Position-specific responsibilities include:

Understand data collection/reporting obligations

Report on time and share information with appropriate director/ manager before submitting to IEC


Working conditions in the classroom and office areas are good but may be subjected to frequent interruptions. Physical demands in the classroom and office area are considered minimal but on occasion may require lifting, bending and carrying articles such as books - 50 pounds maximum. This position requires the frequent use of computers, phones, copiers and other equipment normally found in an office area. If performing nursing duties related to oratory instruction hazards could include needle sticks and sharp instrument exposure. Physical demands in the oratory include lifting (up to 150 pounds), pulling, pushing, bending, stooping, crouching, and any other activity necessary for patient care and mannequin repair. This position requires a great deal of mental activities such as reading, studying, critically thinking, problem solving, decision making, creating, planning, evaluating and more. This position may require irregular hours and travel. Additionally, this position requires remaining abreast of changes in nursing practice as well as healthcare and the technology that supports healthcare.

Aultman Health Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) that values and respects the importance of a diverse and inclusive workforce.  It is the policy of the company to recruit, hire, train and promote persons in all job titles without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.  We recognize that diversity and inclusion is a driving force in the success of our company.  Aultman is an Equal Opportunity Employer that will make reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to apply and compete for employment opportunities for which they are qualified.  To request an accommodation, please email our Human Resources department at , or call 330-363-5415 for further assistance.

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