Denver College of Nursing, 1401 19th Street, Denver, CO, in the heart of LoDo has a current opening for a full time Lab Coordinator. Denver College of Nursing is affiliated with Education Affiliates, a company with approximately 50 post-secondary schools nationwide, with over 20 of these locations offering nursing programs. Responsibilities Specific duties include, but are not limited to, the following: • Prepares mannequins, both high and medium fidelity, and supplies ahead of time for simulation activities • With the help of the Director of the Skills Laboratory, develops and maintains inventory and par numbers for all supplies on a regular basis • Prepares labs and supplies ahead of time for all laboratory activities • Maintains equipment needed for ACLS and PALS training • Sets up/breaks down supplies after laboratory activities and identifies supplies to be discarded and replaced • Anticipates inventory requirements for each quarter and assures supplies are available for all upcoming classes • Minimizes waste while assuring supplies are adequate • Organizes and labels supply room in an orderly fashion • Orders and prepares nurse packs for Foundations students. • Maintains mannequins and equipment in good working order and takes appropriate steps to correct any deficiency • Prepares and labels medications that reflect medications needed for all classes • Tracks and maintains linen supplies • Participates in other activities to improve and maintain the learning laboratories at quality standards • Other duties as assigned
Qualifications The Laboratory Coordinator (LC) will have a minimum of a high school diploma and experience with the working of a learning laboratory, excellent time management and organizational skills, and must be a hands-on person who is able to work independently. It is preferred that the LC has a Colorado CNA license. The LC must maintain a professional and friendly demeanor and represent the company in a professional manner with all customers, personnel, vendors, and students. Denver School of Nursing provides educational programs that deliver real-life career skills in high demand occupations that lead to employment upon graduation and a lifetime of professional growth.
DCN is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The college’s baccalaureate and associate nursing programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326 (404) 975-5000.
Additional requirements and job information may be found at www.edaff.com.