Kettering Health is a not-for-profit system of 13 medical centers and more than 120 outpatient facilities serving southwest Ohio. We are committed to transforming the health care experience with high-quality care for every stage of life. Our service-oriented mission is in action every day, whether it’s by providing care in our facilities, training the next generation of health care professionals, or serving others through international outreach.
1.) Meets professional obligations, such as office hours, committee appointments, and deadlines.
2.) Anticipates change, adapts smoothly to change, and when appropriate, effects change.
3.) Is a strong contributor to all appropriate teams, exhibiting Christian collegiality in team relationships.
4.) Supports HLC projects for continuous quality improvement.
5.) Routinely evaluates own learning needs and exhibits continuously improving outcomes.
6.) Is a role model for professional behavior that supports our institutional values (Trustworthy, Innovative, Caring, Competent, and Collaborative).
7.) Participates regularly in appropriate meetings and faculty development activities, including those sponsored by the College, the Medical Center, and professional organizations.
8.) Uses college resources efficiently.
9.) Exhibits a positive response to constructive criticism from leadership.
10.) Knows and adheres to college policies and procedures.
11.) Supports the mission, vision, and values of the College in all professional relationships.
12.) Completes all mandatory education and/or clinical competencies and stays professionally current.
13.) Completes annual basic safety education and corporate integrity education on time.
14.) Designs work flow to facilitate service to students.
15.) Communicates skillfully and sensitively with others from cultural backgrounds different from one’s own.
16.) Professionally helps students even when their anger, distress, or other conditions make learning difficult.
17.) Is knowledgeable of curriculum processes and effectively uses evidenced-based teaching approaches.
18.) Plans students’ clinical experiences and evaluates students’ performance in alignment with expected curriculum outcomes.
19.) Communicates clinical outcomes to student, preceptor, and staff at clinical site.
20.) Provides for appropriate supervision of students in the clinical setting, in accordance with Ohio Board of Nursing regulations.
21.) Participates in the utilization of and or research projects to advance nursing education.
22.) Works collaboratively with preceptors in the education of students in clinical settings.
23.) Other duties as assigned.
Kettering College Faculty position has been charged with facilitating effective learning for Kettering College Students