The individual who is chosen for this position will have the duty of providing guidance and support to nursing students in the practical application of laboratory procedures within the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Collaborative) program at the Happy Valley – Goose Bay Satellite site.


Duties include working with the course instructor to design, prepare, and teach labs and/or experiential learning opportunities; researching current evidence based trends in clinical practice to modify lab topics and supplies as needed; collaborating with faculty and other lab instructors on content and teaching strategies including simulation and operating simulation equipment and designing lab exercises; preparing teaching aids; facilitating student learning during lab sessions using a participatory/collaborative approach; marking and grading lab reports and evaluating student performance; supervising student assistants; assisting students outside of formal laboratory periods and providing remedial help; ensuring an adequate inventory of laboratory supplies; ensuring smooth implementation of the lab schedule; assuring awareness of, and appropriate training of, laboratory policies and procedures, emergency action plans, and updating safety guidelines and emergency response plans as needed; coordinating glucometer testing and training; coordinating documentation access training; supporting student access and training for other applications that may be required for clinical practice; supervising classroom course exams and other evaluations; and performing other related duties as required. Lab scheduling may need the use of evening and weekend hours to provide students with the opportunity to practice in the laboratory.


The individual possesses a minimum of three to five years of nursing experience, encompassing both acute care and community settings. They have obtained an undergraduate degree in nursing, complemented by a master’s degree, particularly in the field of nursing. The consideration of equivalent combinations of experience and training is warranted. The possession of a Certificate of Registration from the College of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador is a prerequisite for the successful application. Having prior teaching experience in a higher education setting would be advantageous. The ideal candidate should exhibit proficient computer capabilities, adept problem-solving abilities, effective verbal and written communication aptitude, and the capacity to function autonomously as well as collaboratively within team settings. Proficiency in contemporary nursing methodologies and laboratory procedures is necessary. A comprehensive understanding of education, evaluation, and support for student learning is of utmost importance.

The annual salary range for CUPE Local 1615 is between $78,854 and $82,930.

A high-end recruitment process will be implemented for this position (Step 13).

CLOSING DATE: April 8, 2024 at 5:00 p.m. NST

All eligible individuals are strongly urged to submit their applications; although, priority will be given to applicants who possess the legal entitlement to work in Canada. Memorial University demonstrates a strong dedication to job fairness and inclusivity, actively promoting the submission of applications from individuals who meet the necessary qualifications. This includes women, individuals of any sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Indigenous peoples; visible minorities and racialized individuals; as well as individuals with disabilities.

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