Positions

The following positions are open from Vernon College:

General
Full Time

Job Summary: The instructor will be responsible for both classroom and clinical instruction in the  Associate Degree Nursing program.  The candidate will also be responsible for student advising, recruiting, and tracking student attendance and progress.  Some travel required between Vernon and Wichita Falls.

Contract/Salary: 9 month contract; salary range $36,941 - $43,492 annually. Position is available January 6, 2020. This position is subject to criminal background check.

 

Required Education: Unencumbered licensure as a registered nurse in Texas. Master’s degree in nursing or Bachelor’s degree in nursing with a minimum of one-half (1/2) of the hours required for completion of a graduate level nursing degree.

 

Required Experience: Minimum of three years’ experience in a clinical setting. Ability to communicate effectively. Current CPR certification. Flexibility with hours. Computer skills including use of Microsoft Office applications. Ability to promote an effective learning environment for students from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

 

Preferred Experience: Master’s degree in nursing with educator focus and two years teaching experience. Three years medical/surgical nursing experience preferred.

 

Applicants selected for an interview will be required to give a 5-10 minute teaching demonstration during the interview.

Hourly

Math Tutor

 

Vernon College is seeking a Math Tutor for the Century City Campus.

 

Requirements for candidates:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Math or other related field is required.

  • Previous teaching experience at the high school or college level is preferred.  

     

    This position will be open until filled to begin for the Spring 2020 Semester.

This is a security-sensitive position and is subject to a criminal history record. Criminal history records will be used only for the purpose of evaluating applicants for employment in security-sensitive positions. (Texas Government Code 411.094 & Texas Education Code 51.215)

Job Summary: Enforce institutional rules, regulations, and laws regarding student conduct as defined in the Student Handbook. Enforce college regulations concerning parking, blocking or impeding traffic. Enforce institutional rules relative to vehicle identification parking permits. Enforce rules/regulations relative to unauthorized persons being on VC property--e.g., denial of admittance to campus property, ejection of persons who refuse to leave upon official request, and enforcement of proper identification (student I.D.). Maintain a professional image at all times.  Provide consistent integrity, when dealing with each occurrence in the same professional manner and method. Pursue additional security training. File patrol reports after each shift. To be knowledgeable of all security systems for the Vernon, Century City and Skills Training Center campuses including: hourly security officers, security cameras, and alarm systems, as well as the operational procedures of each. To serve as the contact person to insure proper support from the security officers, IT department, and maintenance as directed by the VC Police Chief. Function as a team member of the Division of Student Services professional staff in the development and implementation of processes necessary to accomplish the goals and philosophy of the division and the College.

Pay: These positions work a maximum of 19 hours per week. Hourly rate is $10 unarmed and $20 armed.

Education: Associate’s degree preferred.

Required Experience: Previous experience working in security. Knowledge of basic security practices and procedures.

Preferred Experience: 2 years’ experience in security. 

This is a security-sensitive position and is subject to a criminal history record. Criminal history records will be used only for the purpose of evaluating applicants for employment in security-sensitive positions. (Texas Government Code 411.094 & Texas Education Code 51.215)

Adjunct

Vernon College is seeking an adjunct Certified Nurse Aid instructor.  Texas Department of Health and Human Services requires the program instructor of the classroom and clinical hours to be a minimum of:

               Licensed Vocational Nurse or Registered Nurse

 

  1. The nurse instructor must have:
  1. A minimum of two years nursing experience. 
  1. A minimum of one year nursing experience in caring for individuals in a long-term care setting,

    And/or

  2. Experience working for hospice and be assigned to residents in long-term care setting

    And/or

  3. Experience working for home health and be assigned to residents in long-term care setting

    And/or

  4. Be an instructor in a school of nursing or for a facility training program in charge of supervising students in long-term care setting.

 

Teaching experience is preferred.

Vernon College - Wichita Falls seeks an experienced Adjunct History Instructor for day classes.  

 

Qualifications:  

 

Hold a Master’s Degree in History

OR 

Hold a Master’s degree and eighteen (18) graduate credit hours in History. 

 

At least five years of teaching experience History.

 

This is a security-sensitive position and is subject to a criminal history record. Criminal history records will be used only for the purpose of evaluating applicants for employment in security-sensitive positions. (Texas Government Code 411.094 & Texas Education Code 51.215)

 

Vernon College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

M/F/V/D

Duties

 

The instructor will be responsible day clinical instruction of vocational nursing students. The candidate will also be responsible for student advising, and tracking student attendance and progress. Some travel will be required.     

 

                                                  Qualifications

 

The candidates must be a minimum of a Licensed Vocational Nurse with a current license to practice in Texas and at least two years nursing experience in a clinical setting.  VC prefers an Associate's Degree in Nursing with three years medical/surgical and/or long term care nursing experience. Must be able to communicate effectively, have a current CPR certification, and be flexible with hours. Computer skills including use of Microsoft Office applications are required. The ability to promote an effective clinical/lab learning environment for student from diverse cultures and backgrounds is a must.

 

                                                            Position

 

Positions are available August 26, 2019. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. 

 

This is a security-sensitive position and is subject to a criminal history record. Criminal history records will be used only for the purpose of evaluating applicants for employment in security-sensitive positions. (Texas Government Code 411.094 & Texas Education Code 51.215)  

Qualifications:

  1. Hold an unencumbered licensure as a registered nurse in the State of Texas;

  2. Minimum of two years’ experience in a clinical setting;

  3. Minimum educational requirements: Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN);

  4. Preferred educational requirements: Master of Science Degree in Nursing (MSN) and three years’ medical/surgical nursing experience;

  5. Ability to communicate effectively; current CPR certification; flexibility with hours; computer skills including Microsoft Office applications; ability to promote an effective clinical/lab learning environment for students from diverse cultures and backgrounds.

Adjunct Instructor – Math

 

Vernon College is seeking an adjunct instructor for the Math department to teach Developmental Math courses at the  Century City Campus for the Spring semester.

 

Requirements for candidates:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Math or other related field is required.

  • Previous teaching experience at the high school or college level is preferred.  

     

    This position will be open until filled to begin for the Spring 2020 Semester.

This is a security-sensitive position and is subject to a criminal history record. Criminal history records will be used only for the purpose of evaluating applicants for employment in security-sensitive positions. (Texas Government Code 411.094 & Texas Education Code 51.215)