Bryant & Stratton 2017- Nursing Clinical Coordinator in Virginia Beach, Virginia


Job Summary: Bryant & Stratton College’s Nursing Clinical Coordinator is responsible for leading and coordinating clinical sites to support nursing student hands-on competency and skill development to fulfill program degree requirements. This position requires an exceptional level of professionalism and problem-solving skills to foster collaboration and relationship building with clinical sites, students, faculty and Career Services. The Coordinator will demonstrate the ability to assess sites to match cultures and teaching personalities to achieve optimal long-term results.

Essential Position Responsibilities:

  • Acquire clinical sites for all courses and secure internships sites, perform site visits, and, in coordination with the Nursing Program Director, arrange and manage clinical schedules.

  • Submit necessary paperwork to the clinical facility prior to the clinical.

  • Provide orientation on the clinical site for new and existing instructors, and ensure all necessary facility-required documentation and training is completed in a timely and appropriate manner.

  • Participate with the Nursing Program Director in the evaluation and training of clinical instructors.

  • Serve as the first point of contact for resolution on personnel issues, which may arise among staff at the clinical site and clinical faculty and students.

  • Ensure through evaluation and observation that all clinical instructors present accurate and contemporary course materials in accordance with established syllabi and course outcomes.

  • Complete required reports to meet internal deadlines.

  • Participate as required as a member of various campus teams and at meetings. Participate in meetings at the clinical facilities as necessary.

  • Accept and complete additional related duties as assigned by the Nursing Program Director.


  • A Master’s degree with a major in Nursing is preferred. A Master’s degree in a related area with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing may be considered.

  • A current valid license as a registered nurse in Virginia is required.

  • A minimum of two-years work experience as a RN required.

  • Work experience coordinating activities or working with diverse facilities is preferred.

  • Previous experience working with clinical groups or placement of students is preferred.

The qualified applicant will possess and exhibit qualities of professionalism, integrity, self-esteem, self-motivation, and a strong desire to guide students to improve their career prospects.

Bryant & Stratton College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted: October 6, 2017