College of Nursing-Temporary Coordinator



College of Nursing-Temporary Coordinator



College of Nursing-Temporary Coordinator

The position functions as a temporary per diem (non-benefited) program and/or clinical coordinator in the College of Nursing.  The coordinator is responsible for coordinator duties as assigned. This role is integral to the success of the College of Nursing supporting both program and clinical coordinators during high levels of resource utilization. The temporary coordinator will work closely with other College of Nursing coordinators, as assigned. The position is for a temporary, per-diem (non-benefited) position.  Hours may vary between 0-16 hours per week during periods of high need only.   

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Support the College of Nursing coordinators in the performance of assigned duties
  • Assist with student applications, enrollment, interview preparation and program selection
  • Assist students with onboarding requirements for theory and clinical courses
  • Assist and manage student’s plans of study and uploading of program documents
  • Participates and assists in clinical placement planning and scheduling for student clinical rotations 
  • Ensures students are placed in appropriate clinical rotations based on course outcomes and faculty recommendation
  • Maintains regular communication with students, apprising them of forthcoming clinical rotation dates/sites/information/compliance requirements. 
  • Maintains accurate and timely professional communication at all times with students and other College of Nursing team members
  • Performs functions of the clinical coordinator as assigned to include maintaining  documents, and updating student compliance activities for agency orientation and onboarding including other statutory requirements. 
  • Ensures all responsibilities are conducted in an accurate, timely and professional manner 
  • Assists and supports with other duties as assigned


Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Computer literacy (word processing, email, spreadsheets, database management)
  • Ability to utilize various software program (ex: Google platform, Excel, MyCE,Typhon, Aquifer, Shadow Health, Docusign) 
  • Strong organizational skills and detail oriented
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal, organizational, problem solving and communication skills. 
  • The University requires that all candidates be Christian (preferably in the Wesleyan Tradition) and must be comfortable with and in agreement with the mission and lifestyle values of NNU


Education and Experience

  • Associates Degree or equivalent experience


This position is a temporary, per-diem (non-benefitted) and non-exempt position working only as needed during College of Nursing high periods of need.  Hours and days will vary based on need. The work schedule is based on the normal NNU workweek (offices are generally open Monday through Friday from 8am - 5 pm). The compensation range is $12 - $15 per hour. 

Application Process

To be considered for this position, a complete application packet must be received. Complete application packet will include the following:

  • Letter of interest
  • NNU application
  • Resume
  • Letter of reference from current pastor
  • Two current letters of recommendation from professional associates

For Faculty positions, also include:

  • Statement describing your philosophy of Christian higher education
  • Statement describing your philosophy of teaching

Send, fax or email a complete application packet to:

Human Resources Office
Northwest Nazarene University
623 S. University Boulevard
Nampa, ID 83686
Phone: (208) 467-8036
Fax: (208) 467-8587

Employment at Northwest Nazarene University is contingent upon the results of an independent background check.

Reviewed 2 Sep, 2021

Northwest Nazarene University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As an educational institution operating under the auspices of the Church of the Nazarene, Northwest Nazarene University is permitted, and reserves the right to prefer employees on the basis of religion (Title VII, Sections 702-703, United States Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended).