The applicant will teach Introduction to Health Occupations, Nurse Aide I, and Nurse Aide II. Along with the Nurse Aide II course, there will be clinicals that will be performed at local nursing homes during the second semester. JRTC runs on a block schedule with you teaching 3 out of 4 blocks.
Health Insurance: The Local Choice/Key Advantage Plans (Single, Dual, or Family coverage election – portion paid by JRTC)
Group Life Insurance: Paid by JRTC – Minnesota Life Insurance
Optional Life Insurance: Employee option available
Retirement: Virginia Retirement System (5% paid by Employee)
Sick Leave: 12 days per year – may accumulate
Personal Leave: 3 days per year
- Hold a current, unrestricted Virginia license as a registered nurse who holds a current, unrestricted license in Virginia or a multistate licensure privilege; and
- Have two years of experience as a registered nurse within the previous five years and at least one year of experience in the provision of long-term care facility services. Such experience may include, but not be limited to, employment in a nurse aide education program or employment in or supervision of nursing students in a nursing facility or unit, geriatrics department, chronic care hospital, home care or other long-term care setting. Experience should include varied responsibilities, such as direct client care, supervision and education.
If you do not currently hold a Virginia teaching certificate you will be required to take three specified education courses within the first few years of teaching to earn your teaching certificate from the Virginia Department of Education.