WE Free the Children a charity organization is looking to hire Nursing Tutors in Midwifery, Community Health, Clinical Medicine and General Nursing to be based in the Mara.
Qualifications / Requirements:
- KRCHN with a diploma in medical education/ BSc. Nursing degree holder;
- 3 years teaching and clinical post-qualification experience;
- Computer literacy an added advantage.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
- Teaching of clinical nursing/midwifery skills in a range of teaching-learning settings, including the skills laboratory and the practicum;
- Develop a curriculum for our nursing students;
- Conduct classes for KRCHN Nursing students;
- Supervision of clinical and research activities carried out by our nursing students;
- Formulation of the master rotation for students;
- Assist in Administrative duties when called upon to do so;
- Facilitating integration of students’ nursing practice with their academic studies;
- Liaison with nursing sites for the purpose of providing support and advice to students and staff;
- Promoting the integration of research knowledge into teaching-learning activities and facilitating the conduct of educational research. Engagement in research and other activities contributing to the professional development of nursing or related areas.
Key Areas to Success:
- Attention to detail;
- Professionalism and Sensitivity;
- High ethical levels;
- A good team player with excellent communication skills.
WE sincerely thanks all those who apply, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted. While CV’s are important, we want to know what makes you a great fit for our team and culture. We will consider applications on a rolling basis and would like the right person to join us as soon as possible.
Please apply to: email@example.com before 27th July 2018.
Note: Specify which position you are applying for on the email subject and cover letter
Please send in your CV along with a cover letter and please indicate your current salary in the CV
For more details on the organization visit: www.we.org