Thank you for your interest in joining the SoCal ROC Team. We are looking for instructors with industry experience. Staff members are required to be knowledgeable of their respective fields and encouraged to participate in professional development.

CERTIFIED NURSE ASSISTANT (CNA) / HOME HEALTH AIDE (HHA) INSTRUCTOR - ANTICIPATED VACANCY

Teach students the theory and clinical practices to prepare the students to take the Certified Nurse Assistant certification exam and prepare students for employment as a Certified Home Health Aide. Topics include medical and social needs of clients, personal care services, nutrition, and cleaning and care tasks in home settings. Clinical sites may vary each semester

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DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONAL NURSING PROGRAM

To direct the Vocational Nursing Program and organize a complex learning environment to achieve the goals of the Program and the students. The Director of Nursing will also plan, coordinate, implement and evaluate all aspects of the VN Program and other related programs as needed. The director is responsible for compliance with all regulations in Chapter 1, Article 5 (commencing with Section 2525 et seq).

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DENTAL ASSISTING INSTRUCTOR - Anticipated Vacancy

DENTAL ASSISTING INSTRUCTOR to teach an entry-level extensive hands-on-training in the unlicensed field of Dental Assisting. The program places focus on all aspects of chair side assisting within the dental profession including dental specialties as endodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics. The core of the course is General Dentistry: placing focus on procedures tray setups, sterilization, radiology, equipment identification, laws and ethics, dental terminology, and dental office protocol. Instruction to provide basic skills which include strengthening and practicing communication skills, reinforcement of listening skills, following directions, utilizing basic math skills in a dental environment, and reading to obtain information to perform chair side procedures.

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MEDICAL ASSISTNG MODULES INSTRUCTOR 

CERTIFICATED ANTICIPATED VACANCY: Post: July 12, 2021 

Instruction is a one semester course designed to prepare students to obtain an entry-level position in a medical office. The course includes instruction in clinical skills such as vital signs, assisting with exams and with minor surgery, basic lab procedures, and performing EKGs, venipuncture, skin puncture, and injections. The administrative skills include receptionist duties, appointment scheduling, and managing patient records. The course consists of four clinical modules (446, 447, 448, 451), one administrative module (414) and an optional afternoon through early evening externship module (461). 

The administrative module is offered in the daytime hours only. Upon completion of each module, students receive a course certificate. 

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