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Student Job Descriptions

Sophomore Level Nursing Laboratory Technician
Additional qualifications

  • Must be a sophomore in the Nursing curriculum
  • Have a GPA Accum > 3.0
  • Have a recommendation from Mrs. Miller. This may be an e-mail to Dr. Haynes supporting your consideration for the position.
  • Be available for 10 hours/week for 14 weeks both fall and spring semester. (a total of 140 contact hours each semester)

Job description—Soph. Lab Tech

  • Works under the direct supervision of the Laboratory Coordinator for Nursing.
  • At no time is this person considered in a primary teaching role with peers. This is always referred to the faculty.
  • Provides technical support at the direction of faculty in the setup and maintenance of the lab.
  • Provides support to students in acquiring equipment and supplies for lab practice.
  • Provides support for the faculty under their guidance.
  • Manages open lab hours at the direction of the Lab Manager in order for student practice.
  • Maintains the security of the lab and its contents during open lab hours.
  • Is self-directed in managing and reporting hours to the Lab Coordinator or her designee.

Requirement:

Student employee will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement for both FERPA and HIIPA.

 

Junior Level Nursing Laboratory Technician
Additional qualifications

  • Must be a junior in the Nursing curriculum
  • Have a GPA Accum > 3.0
  • Have a recommendation from Mrs. Miller. This may be an e-mail to Dr. Haynes supporting your consideration for the position.
  • Be available for 10 hours/week for 14 weeks both fall and spring semester. (140 contact hours each semester)

Job description--Jr. Lab Tech:

  • Works under the direct supervision of the Laboratory Coordinator for Nursing.
  • At no time is this person considered in a primary teaching role with peers. This is always referred to the faculty.
  • Provides technical support at the direction of faculty in the setup and maintenance of the lab.
  • Provides support to students in acquiring equipment and supplies for lab practice.
  • Provides support for the faculty under their guidance.
  • Manages open lab hours at the direction of the Lab Coordinator in order for student practice.
  • Maintains the security of the lab and its contents during open lab hours.
  • Is self-directed in managing and reporting hours to the Lab Coordinator or her designee.

Requirement:

Student employee will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement for both FERPA and HIIPA

 

Junior Level Nursing Tutor
Additional qualifications

  • Must be a junior in the Nursing curriculum
  • Have a GPA Accum > 3.3 and B or better in all Nursing Courses at the Sophomore Level.
  • Have a recommendation from Mrs. Roberts. This may be an e-mail to Dr. Haynes supporting your consideration for the position.
  • Be available for 7.8 hours/week for 14 weeks both fall and spring semester. (a total of 109 contact hours each semester)


Job description – Junior Nursing Tutor

  • Provide tutoring support for students enrolled in NURS 220, 230 and 250 of the sophomore level. This is not to be more than 2 students at a time.
  • Be self-directed in managing scheduling and submission of work hours to the Departmental Secretary.
  • Students will be referred to the tutor by either the Faculty of the designated courses or by the Departmental Secretary.
  • Develop an approved record keeping process to track students, topics, courses, and hours spent in tutoring

Requirement:

Student employee will be required to sign a confidentiality agreement for both FERPA and HIIPA.