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Overview of the role
The NAC Professor role offers the opportunity to serve our college community and future workforce in various ways. The NAC Professor works closely with nursing faculty and staff colleagues in the design, implementation, and evaluation of the nursing assistant program. This position is focused on student success and is responsible for preparing and providing high-quality classroom, laboratory and/or clinical instruction. Responsibilities may include teaching theory, skills practice lab and/or supervision of students in clinical experiences on and off campus. The teaching assignments vary and may include sharing responsibilities for all NAC courses. Additional responsibilities may include general NAC program oversight and coordination, curriculum and policy and program development, program development, implementation and evaluation. NAC professors are also expected to provide scheduled office hours, participate in department/division meetings, college committees and task groups, student advising and other related duties as assigned by administration.
The NAC professor actively engages in all activities that support the framework of the NAC Program Learning Outcomes:
include, but are not limited to:
AFT Washington is a state federation affiliated with the 1.6 million American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO. We represent about 6,500 members including faculty from the community and technical colleges and pre-K through 12 classified employees. We also jointly represent professors at Eastern, Central, and Western Washington universities and The Evergreen College with the Washington Education Association. The mission of AFT Washington is to voice the ideals of our locals and members for workplace fairness and social justice while strengthening and focusing their collective power to attain those ideals.
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