Job Opportunities at St. Luke's College

Simulation/Clinical Coordinator

The Simulation/Clinical Coordinator provides professional coordination of the simulation and clinical skills for interdisciplinary experiences in the Simulation Center. Manages the operations of the Simulation Center, including leading, organizing, and developing people and programs to accomplish goals, objectives, and missions. Coordinates educational services in the clinical settings to achieve equity of student clinical experiences according to the established standards of the St. Luke's College (SLC) nursing and/or health science programs and as dictated by professional standards and guidelines. Supports and coordinates job shadows, clinical/affiliation agreements, and clinical/preceptor placements at UnityPoint Health-St. Luke's (UPHSL).
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Financial Aid/Billing Assistant

Responsible for the assisting in activities related to student financial aid and student billing.  Click here for more information.

Program Director, Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences

The Program Director will inspire and cultivate academic excellence. Organizes, administers, reviews, develops, and assures effectiveness of the medical laboratory science and phlebotomy programs. Oversees ongoing program accreditation and assures effective program operations. Participates with the financial budget process.  Provides didactic and clinical education as assigned based on rank and credentials. Maintains current knowledge of the professional discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development. Click here for more information.

Associate Professor, Department of Nursing Education

Provides didactic, laboratory, and/or clinical instruction and supervision of students consistent with established standards of care. Provides leadership and assistance to faculty and students in designated course(s) and with nursing education pedagogy. Assists with program planning, development, implementation, evaluation, and revision. Additional responsibilities include the assistance with maintenance of program accreditation. Click here for more information

Adjunct Nursing Instructor

The adjunct clinical instructor is a non-ranked faculty who provides clinical/laboratory instruction (predominately on Thursdays/Fridays) and supervision of students consistent with established standards of care. The adjunct clinical instructor is closely supervised by lead course faculty to ensure proper integration of didactic content into the clinical/laboratory setting based on course and program objectives. Click here for more information.