The Ontario Internationally Educated Nurses Course Consortium is delivering a baccalaureate level competency-bridging program of study to help Internationally Educated Nurses become Registered Nurses in Ontario. The Consortium is seeking to hire Mentors for internationally educated nurses enrolled in the competency-bridging program of study.
Mentors will be required to:
- Provide guidance to students in their transition to the competency-bridging program of study
- Facilitate the transition of students into Canadian baccalaureate level education and Canadian nursing practice
- Advise students on how to apply course content to practice. Prompt them to identify examples of course content in the Ontario healthcare system.
- Work with students to identify their challenges and brainstorm ways to help them overcome their challenges
- Meet one-on-one with students over zoom at least 3 times a semester. Once at the beginning of the semester, once in the middle of the semester, once at the end of the semester, and as required.
- Maintain professional boundaries with students. Mentors should refer students to appropriate faculty, staff, resources, and services as needed.
- Seek support from Program Manager when needed
- Be an active listener
- Complete all mentoring and associated activities in English
- Help students practice their verbal English language communication skills
- Keep logs of interactions with students
- Write a report each semester about their experience as a Mentor
- Other duties as required
Mentors should not help students with assignments, evaluations, or exams.
Qualifications and Experience
- Must be a Registered Nurse
- Must be a member in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario
- Internationally educated nurses strongly preferred
- Must have knowledge of internationally educated nurses learning needs
- Must have knowledge of the challenges internationally educated nurses face when trying to become Registered Nurses in Ontario
- Must be familiar with the process of becoming a Registered Nurse in Ontario
- 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
- Experience working remotely
- Mentors will work with students remotely
- Mentors will hold a contract with Trent University
- The contract rate is $20 per hour
- Mentors should work with each student for 6 hours every semester
- The number of students a mentor works with is negotiable
Applications will be accepted 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.