Salary: $51,723 to $90,660 annually. Additional earnings may be available for summer, overload, and stipends. LRCCD Salary Schedules
Additional Salary Information Initial annual salary within a given range varies, depending upon units/degrees completed at accredited colleges/universities and experience. Candidates not holding a master's degree may start at a salary lower than posted above.
The faculty member shall be responsible for the following: providing direct patient care under the supervision of the area dean; helping students fulfill their maximum potential; assessing student learning outcomes; maintaining a thorough and up-to-date knowledge in their regular field; continuing professional development; utilizing current technology in the performance of job duties; maintaining standards of professional conduct and ethics appropriate to the professional position; assisting with articulation and curriculum development and review; serving on college committees and participating in faculty governance, including accreditation and student co-curricular activities; assuming other responsibilities as assigned by the area dean; and fulfilling other duties and responsibilities of a full-time faculty member as outlined in the college faculty handbook.
Position Salary Information:
Initial maximum salary placement is based on academic degree, upper/graduate level units earned, and/or related professional occupational experience per the Los Rios College Federation of Teachers Contract (the initial maximum placement is Class V, Step 8). For more information on the step placement process please click here.
This assignment is non-instructional and may include, but is not limited to:
Assessing and evaluating the general health status of students and staff focusing on prevention, recognition, and early treatment of illness.
Planning, developing, and coordinating Health Services for students and employees.
Conducting regular Health Services staff meetings to communicate inter-office and campus-wide information and discuss Health Services operational issues.
Maintaining high standards of professional conduct and ethics appropriate to their professional positions.
Working with other college departments to meet the health needs of the campus community, including such services as emergency response, crisis management, mandated immunizations and educational program requirements.
Providing confidential health counseling for students and college personnel with referral to appropriate resources within the college or community as appropriate.
Serving as liaison to community health agencies and using these health resources for referral.
Protecting the well-being of students’ children attending the campus children’s centers, and college personnel through prevention and control of communicable diseases.
Establishing standards and procedures for first aid care; providing appropriate first aid care as necessary on campus.
Conducting an on-going program of health education for the college community through classroom presentations, bulletins, newsletters, seminars, workshops and other activities.
Serving as a health consultant to students, faculty, and staff.
Assisting in and maintaining a safe and healthy college environment by identifying hazards and recommending safety improvements.
Reviewing and evaluating the Health Services program and participating in planning to respond to identified needs.
Developing and implementing new programs.
Monitoring existing programs and services for applicability, safety and effectiveness.
Preparing reports, attending meetings, managing Health Services budget, and working with advisory committees.
Assuming special responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.
Providing guest lectures on health related topics.
Assisting with and attending sessions relating to staff development.
Demonstrating skill in the use of software technology supportive of office programs and services and having knowledge and/or training in the use of computers.
Performing other duties as assigned.
Must hold/obtain and maintain the necessary licenses, certificates, as needed for external agency(ies) accreditation.
Have a master’s degree from an accredited institution, completed by August 20, 2022 in Nursing; AND, have a California Public Health Nurse certificate; OR, have a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing; AND, have a California Public Health Nurse certificate; AND, have a Master’s degree in Health Education, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Health Care Administration, Public Health or Community Health; OR, hold a California Community College Instructor’s Credential in the discipline area; OR, the equivalent.
A valid current California license as a registered nurse.
Have an equity-minded focus, responsiveness, and sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, including those with physical or learning disabilities as it relates to differences in learning styles; and successfully foster and support an inclusive educational and employment environment.
Applicants applying under the “equivalent” provision must attach details and explain how their academic preparation and/or professional experience is the equivalent of the degrees/minimum qualifications listed above.
If your degree title differs from the minimum qualifications listed above, you are requested to submit this equivalency statement. Please visit our website for information on, and a sample letter for, the equivalency process.