Careers

About Nightingale College

Nightingale College is contributing to the future of health care by preparing students for practice by combining current technology and core educational principles. The institution is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Nightingale College specializes only in nursing education. Its current CEO, Mikhail Shneyder, is also a registered nurse and is dedicated to making a positive impact on healthcare in Utah and its communities.

Nightingale College’s ADN Program is establishing an innovative approach to nursing education. By offering a comprehensive hybrid online and on-ground delivery of instruction, Nightingale College and its employees are transforming, refining, and contributing to a new system of nursing education. Nightingale College is dedicated to changing the course of healthcare and has a vast effect on the communities it serves. At the core of all that is accomplished, student’s success is the primary focus. Nightingale College’s students are professional, motivated, and educated to adhere to the vision and guiding principles of the College. The ADN Program is accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc (ACEN).

Open Positions:

Clinical Faculty

The clinical instructor is responsible for clinical supervision, teaching, and evaluation of students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program. The position is for clinical supervision under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member with participation in all aspects of the nursing program. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Clinical Instructor

A Clinical Instructor is responsible for supervising, teaching, and evaluating students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program (ADN) at various acute care settings (clinics and labs). Selected candidates will work under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Adjunct Clinical Faculty – Pocatello, ID

The adjunct clinical instructor is responsible for clinical supervision, teaching, and evaluation of students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program. The position is for clinical supervision under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member with participation in all aspects of the nursing program. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Adjunct Clinical Instructor – Twin Falls, ID

The adjunct clinical instructor is responsible for clinical supervision, teaching, and evaluation of students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program. The position is for clinical supervision under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member with participation in all aspects of the nursing program. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Adjunct Clinical Instructor – St. George, UT

The adjunct clinical instructor is responsible for clinical supervision, teaching, and evaluation of students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program. The position is for clinical supervision under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member with participation in all aspects of the nursing program. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Adjunct/Full-Time Clinical Instructor – Evanston, WY

A clinical instructor is responsible for clinical supervision, teaching, and evaluation of students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program. The position is for clinical supervision under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member with participation in all aspects of the nursing program. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Area Manager (Idaho and Wyoming)

The Area Manager, DDC, acts as the ADN/BSN Program Manager for a group of DDCs, provides leadership for the program faculty, staff, and students; manages financial, personnel, and physical resources; and is accountable for the integrity of the academic program and clinical experiences for the assigned DDCs. Moreover, the DDC Coordinator ensures that the DDC portion of the ADN program meets all regulatory and accreditation requirements; that the curriculum is current and prepares students for practice in current environment, and implements the ADN/BSN Program’s Systematic Plan of Evaluation (SPE). The DDC Coordinator cooperates with other College personnel to meet program and College objectives. Read full details »

Leadership Development, Elevate Coach

The Elevate coach will cultivate talent by assisting employees to align behaviors and outcomes with Nightingale College vision, values, guiding principles and initiatives (strategic, operational, and tactical). Read full details »

Registrar

Provide leadership to plan, organize, and manage all of the activities related to records and registration, including serving as the official authorized keeper of the College’s learner records. This position is responsible for the compilation and maintenance of learner records in compliance with all federal and state law agencies and accrediting bodies. The Registrar compiles and maintains learner records and federal and state reports; assists learners and other customers; maintain smooth operation of the Registrar’s office; must keep abreast of regulations and procedures of learner records as required by accreditation agencies. This position serves as the main resource of FERPA regulations and standards. Read full details »

Curriculum Manager

The Curriculum Manager is responsible for managing, applying, and implementing curriculum programs at Nightingale College; providing consultation and support services in nursing curriculum instructional design, strategies, assessment, and technology; oversees distance education teaching modalities assessments and evaluations; implementing online nursing programs on campus and Dedicated Distance Cohorts (DDCs), within the established faculty governance model; assisting with the evaluation and assurance of the nursing programs’ effectiveness through SLOs, assisting with faculty technology orientation, training, and ongoing development efforts; assisting in the development and implementation of instructional strategies, course materials, assessment techniques, appropriate integration of instructional technologies and best practices in nursing education. Read full details »

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant is responsible for organizing calendars, filing, note taking, minutes, printing, creating documents, and other tasks for the Director of Nursing Education and the VP of Academic Affairs; attends all committee meetings (where possible) and records detailed minutes and actions that are distributed to appropriate stake holders directly following the meetings; helps committee leaders to prepare agendas; where available, assists the Director of Nursing Education Services, Manager of Accreditation and Process, and the Senior Nursing Advisor with administrative assistance; and coordinates with the Manager, Associate Degree Programs and the Clinical and Lab Coordinator to develop clinical and laboratory schedules and to effectively communicate with clinical agencies. Read full details »

Manager, BSN Program – RN

The Manager, BSN Programs is responsible for leading the development, maintaining, and revising the SPE with input from faculty, students, and other communities of interest; coordinating, developing, organizing, and supervising the day-to-day operations of the Bachelor’s Program, based on established policies of the College; carring a teaching load in the BSN programs or other programs as needed; coordinating the schedule of classes and faculty assignments; serving as the administrator of the BSN programs, responsible for purchasing, budgeting, hiring and evaluating program faculty and staff; and serving on several campus-wide committees, including Planning and Budgeting and Institutional Effectiveness among other duties. Read full details »