The Ontario Internationally Educated Nurses Course Consortium is delivering a two-year baccalaureate level competency-bridging program of study to help Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) become Registered Nurses (RNs) in Ontario and compete successfully for RN employment positions. The consortium is seeking to hire a Competency Learning Plan Advisor who will support IENs to develop and follow their competency learning plan.
Competency Learning Plan Advisor will be required to:
- Work with students to develop a learning plan based on their HESI exam results and informed by program of study course content
- Check in with students on a regular basis to ensure that they are progressing in their outcomes and revising their learning plan throughout the program of study in order to fill their competency gaps
- Provide guidance to help students understand how and why Canadian education and practice differs from the education and practice in their country of origin
- Facilitate the transition of IENs into Canadian baccalaureate level education and Canadian nursing practice
- Advise IENs on how to apply course content to practice. Prompt them to identify exemplars of course content in the Ontario healthcare system.
- Refer IENs to the Course Instructors if they are struggling to understand course content
- Work with the consortium team to support students in meeting their learning goals
- Create logs of interactions with IENs including the issue they had and how that issue was resolved. Record the amount of time spent with each IEN.
- Write reports after each semester describing the overall experience working with IENs and their areas of improvement
- Other duties as assigned
Qualifications and Experience
- Master of Nursing Degree
- Must be a member in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario
- Must be familiar with the HESI exam and NCLEX-RN
- Experience with and knowledge of IEN learning needs
- Willingness to provide one- to-one feedback to IENs and previous experience providing constructive feedback to students
- Willingness to consult with and provide feedback to the consortium team
- Willingness and ability to problem solve, take initiative, work independently, and follow up with students as needed
- Familiarity with teaching in an online environment
- Applicants will hold a contract with Trent University
- The contract duration for the first course is September 1, 2019 to December 30, 2019 with the possibility of extension for all courses in the two-year program of study. Applicants should be able to commit to this role for the full two-year program of study. See schedule page for more details.
- The contract rate is $5,083.50 per course
- There is a maximum of 45 students in each course
The application will remain open until the position is filled.
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All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.