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KAY MALLORY MSN, FNP-C

2235

41st Ave

415-622-1234

 

OBJECTIVE

SUMMARY

Object 1

EXPERIENCE

 

2007

- present

2003

- 2007

San Francisco, CA 94116

kmallory@free-resume-sample.com

Nursing Instructor - seeking a full-time clinical nursing instructor tenure-track position.

Nursing professional with over 10 years experience Masters of Science in Nursing (MNP), FNP-C Experienced nursing instructor and talented communicator with ability to inspire others Strong commitment to developing the next generation of nursing talent

Nursing Instructor

San Francisco State University, School of Nursing San Francisco, California

Full-Time non-tenured nursing instructor. Classroom instruction, clinical instruction, skills lab and hospital setting teaching environments. Courses taught: Foundations of Nursing Theory; Foundations of Nursing Practicum; Med/Surg Nursing; Med/Surg Nursing Practicum Instruct students, discussion facilitator regarding nursing profession guidelines and best practices Develops curriculum content and course outline to meet learning objectives in consultation with School of Nursing Director Worked with nursing service professionals to help students gain real-world experience; observed student performance in actual nursing situations and matched students with patients As a clinical instructor, teach using evidenced based practices; assist students to apply classroom theory to real world clinical situations

Nurse Practitioner

Physician Foundation At California Pacific Medical Center

Family Health Center San Francisco, California

Family Nurse Practitioner, in a multi-doctor medical practice; work side-by-side with other

family physicians Diagnose and treat medical problems within specific fields of competence; refer to physicians

or specialists as needed Integrate preventive health, patient education and wellness care as clinically indicated

Manage treatment of chronic and acute conditions within realm of expertise

Conduct patient physical examinations and take complete medical histories

Part-Time Nursing Instructor

City College of San Francisco, Vocational Nursing Department

San Francisco, California

1999

- 2001

Junior college offering Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse (LPN/LVN) certificate programs.

Taught part-time in classroom, skills lab, and hospital settings for classes of up to 35 students.

Personally developed course materials and tests to meet or exceed all curriculum objectives for classes taught. Courses taught: Basic Medical/Surgical Nursing; Basic Medical/Surgical Skills Lab

Awarded two renewals of 12 month contract

Staff Nurse, ICU

California Pacific Medical Center

San Francisco, California

1997

- 2003

Provided nursing care for critically ill patients, primarily medical and surgical intensive units. Cared for patients on IABP, CRRT, and ICP. Float to ER, and L&D.

 

EDUCATION

Masters of Science in Nursing

University of California, San Francisco San Francisco, California

Family Nurse Practitioner specialization

2003

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

San Francisco State University San Francisco, California

1997

PROFESSIONAL LICENSES/CERTIFICATES

CERTIFICATION: FNP-C, AANP, APRN, BLS LICENSURES:

California Nurse Practitioner License DEA, UPIN, NPI

Tom Green

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Los Angeles, CA-90003 (123) 456-7890 tom@email.com

Career Objective:

To seek the position of instructor at a reputed hospital/ nursing institute

Summary of Qualifications:

Brilliant and immensely knowledgeable clinical instructor

Familiar with the general nursing practices and special techniques for enhancing the quality of

More than five years of experience in instructing nursing students with consistently brilliant

work records Holding RN license issued by the state government of California

Mastery over the theoretical concepts as well as the practical procedures involved in overall

patient care Excellent teaching aptitude with profound love and passion for the nursing profession

service Working knowledge of human physiology, pharmacy and general surgery

Tremendous knowledge of the common queries and doubts of students and their ideal

solutions/answers Great fluency in spoken and written communication

Specially developed skills to match the teaching with the student’s level of understanding

Expertise in using the modern age teaching aids for increasing effectiveness of the teaching

process Proficient in using the internet platform

Professional Work Experience:

ABC Clinic, Los Angeles CA (2004-Present) Instructor

Conducting regular scheduled lectures and teaching students the theories behind patient care

procedures Preparing charts, slides and power point presentations for demonstrating nursing activities to the

students Participating in designing the course structure, course material and teaching schedule

Gathering information about clinical units and depicting the detailed structure of each of them

Conducting and monitoring the laboratory work and real time case assignments work by the

students and providing individual feedbacks Maintaining performance records of individual students and assessing their periodic work

Preparing tests and exam papers, conducting tests and maintaining the test result records

Arranging special classroom activities for enhanced learning and clear understanding of the

topic being studied Interacting with healthcare professionals and other medical personnel for acquiring the most updated information and conveying it to the students

Devising special techniques for making students familiar with usage of the tools and automated equipments

Academic education:

Graduate in Science of Nursing from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2004) References: Will be available on request

Richard Anderson

1234, West 67 Street,

Carlisle, MA 01741, (123)-456 7890.

Summary of Qualifications

Valid Arizona RN license.

Ability to use various computer software.

CPR certification of Health Care Provider.

Effective written and oral communication skills.

ITT Medical College Albuquerque, NM

Nursing Instructor

Teaching clinical skills and nursing theory/didactic to students in lab, lecture, long-term and

acute care settings. Offer dedicated leadership in the clinical areas such as medical surgical nursing, maternal

child health, ambulatory nursing care and critical care.

Monitor students in off-campus clinical experiences on clinical care, surgical, medical, and ambulatory units of local hospitals. Work directly with students in and out of the classroom.

Applying and supporting the principals of collaboration, creativity in interaction, and critical

thinking with students and colleagues. Attending department and division meetings.

Participate as a member of working committees dealing with instruction, student matters and/or

district related concerns. Performing other academic duties as assigned.

Maricopa Medical Colleges, Phoenix, AZ

Nursing Instructor

Provided laboratory, clinical and theory instruction.

Counseled nursing students.

Developed and assessed curriculum for students.

Worked harmoniously and effectively with students and colleagues.

Performed other duties as assigned.

Education:

Job Objective:

Lynn Hutchins 3306 Trouser Leg Road Milwaukee, WI 53202

(123)-469-7465

l.hutchins@themail.com

To obtain a Clinical Instructor role within a progressive institution that will challenge my capabilities and offer potential for continuing skill and career development.

Work Experience:

Clinical Instructor, 2006 to Present Chamberlain College of Nursing, Downers Grove, IL

Instructed students theories behind patient care procedures. Conducted and monitored the laboratory work and real time case assignments work by the students. Instructed professional nursing features, functional health patterns and physiology and psychodynamic theories. Taught standard methods of nursing practice. Instructed proper method to administer medications and prepared operating room for surgeries.

Summary of Qualifications:

Strong teaching aptitude and passion for the nursing profession Proficiency with the general nursing practices and techniques for increasing the quality of service Sound working knowledge and experience of human physiology, pharmacy and general surgery Wide knowledge of the common queries of students and their ideal solutions Tremendous knowledge of nursing principles and clinical therapeutic models of patient

Education:

B.S in Nursing, 2004, Georgetown University

Registered Nurse Certification, 2006, Harvard University

[Name] Apt

5678,

East

67

Street

Markham,

ON

1Z1

S2S

(609)-567

4444

name @email.com January 02, 2011 John

Nelson

Personnel

Manager

Children’s

Hospital

44

Victoria

Street

Markham, Ontario Dear

Mr.

Nelson:

Your announcement in uscanadajob.com for the position of clinical Instructor inspired me to submit my

job application. My background of study and specialized experiences match with the job requirement wanted.

I have done my graduation in Nursing and got some professional experiences in doing the employment in XYZ Hospital with the main tasks and responsibilities focusing on; monitoring the regular health progress and reporting observed irregularity to the concerned physicians; updating the case reports of every patient with the most fresh records; maintaining a high standard of cleanliness at the patient’s place.

If suitable, please call me on my cell phone at (609)-567 4444 to arrange a date and time that works for you. Thank you for your kind attention to this cover letter.

Sincerely Yours,

[signature]

[Name]

Enc: resume

Linda Marry 412 North Avenue Hamilton, ON L8F 5B7

905-555-9083

March 18, 2011 Ms. Jane Callender Director University Hospital Department of Nursing 82 Dundas Street Hamilton, ON L8A 2V8 Dear Ms. Callender:

As you requested yesterday, I am submitting my curriculum vitae to update my file.

I

sincerely appreciate your recommendation to the Board last week; I would consider it an honour to be

selected for your position as Director of Nursing when you retire at the end of this year. If you can think of anything I can or should do to further prepare myself for your position, I would love to speak with you further about it.

Thank you again for your confidence in me. Sincerely, Linda Marry

Daniel Parest 412 North Avenue Hamilton, ON L8F 5B7

905-555-9083

March 16, 2011

Ms. Jane Callender Director University Hospital Department of Nursing 82 Dundas Street Hamilton, ON L8A 2V8

Dear Ms. Callender:

As you requested yesterday, I am submitting my curriculum vitae to update my file.

  • I sincerely appreciate your recommendation to the Board last week; I would consider it an honour to be

selected for your position as Director of Nursing when you retire at the end of this year. If you can think of anything I can or should do to further prepare myself for your position, I would love to speak with you further about it.

Thank you again for your confidence in me. Sincerely, Daniel Parest

Jobs at Jewell:

Part-Time Clinical Instructors

Department: Nursing Summary

Clinical Instructors for the following:

Adult Health Nursing: Clinical assignment on Monday; Clinical Tuesday Community Health Nursing: Tuesday and Thursday Mental Health: Thursday

Other clinical adjunct positions may be available for the fall semester: please inquire

Qualifications

  • 1. Earned Master of Science in Nursing, doctoral preparation preferred. Will consider if working towards a Master of

Science in Nursing.

  • 2. Experience in teaching at the baccalaureate level in an accredited institution preferred

  • 3. Current certification as a registered professional nurse in the states of Missouri and Kansas

  • 4. Current BCLS certification, updated immunizations, and HIPAA compliance as required by clinical agencies

Attributes

  • 1. Builds strong working relationships with a variety of constituencies

  • 2. Able to communicate on a variety of educational levels

  • 3. Effectively works as a member of a team

  • 4. Acts as a student advocate

  • 5. Believes in students’ abilities to improve themselves

  • 6. Functions ethically in work situations

  • 7. Values the William Jewell College Department of Nursing hallmarks of integrity, compassion, scholarship, leadership,

excellence in nursing practice, and service to others

  • 8. Communicates professionalism in interactions with patients, families, peers, students and staff

 

Responsibilities

Clinical Planning:

1.

Plan student clinical assignments with course and clinical coordinator and communicate to affiliating

agencies

2.

Confirm agency compliance requirements for students and clinical faculty

3.

Participate in orientation of affiliating agency

4.

Help Clinical Coordinator plan, facilitate, and communicate date, time, location, and expectations of

clinical orientation to students

5.

Verify with clinical coordinator that specifics of student experiences on clinical units or facilities

have been arranged

6.

Complete orientation with our Nursing Arts Lab Coordinator which will include orientation to our

Informatics program

Clinical Experiences:

1.

Provide surveillance of the quality of student experiences in affiliating agencies

2.

Network with clinical agency staff and liaisons

3.

Mediate any concerns encountered with affiliating agencies

4.

Supervise clinical practice as needed/desired

5.

Participate in course meetings

6.

Grade student clinical paperwork when indicated

7.

Communicate weekly with clinical faculty, NAL coordinator, and course coordinator

8.

Monitor student clinical probations

9.

Provide clinical coordinator with student clinical grades and required clinical paper work

  • 10. Report to clinical coordinator

  • 11. Verify need for and plan for clinical makeup

Completion and Evaluation of Clinical Experiences:

evaluation of clinical experiences (CNE)

  • 2. Review student and agency evaluation of clinical faculty

  • 3. Facilitate expressions of gratitude to clinical units

  • 4. Complete thank you letters to clinical faculty and agencies

Application Procedure

Applicants should submit the following to the address below or preferably via email:

Letter of Application Teaching Philosophy Curriculum vitae Transcripts (copies are acceptable upon initial application)

Vicki Meek, MS, RN, CNE Interim Chair Department of Nursing

William Jewell College 500 College Hill Campus Box 2002 Liberty, MO 64068

816-415-7601

William Jewell College promises to offer students an outstanding liberal arts education with a focus on cultivating leadership, service and spiritual growth within a community inspired by Christian ideals and committed to open, rigorous intellectual pursuits.

William Jewell College is actively seeking applicants from minority and other underrepresented groups.

Cynthia Gomez

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Tacoma, WA-98412 (123) 456-7890 cynthia@email.com

Career Objective: To seek the position of a clinical instructor at a reputed clinic and to apply best instructional skills to gain good career growth

Summary of Qualifications:

Completed the formal education necessary for the job profile, with excellent and consistent academic records Varied job experience through training hundreds nursing students Excellent command over written English and good fluency in speaking Good teaching aptitude

Immense knowledge of routine activities and accessories used in a clinic Great concern about the clinical environment and encouraging the students to maintain the same

Professional Experience:

Max Physiotherapy Clinic, Seattle, WA (2006-Present) Clinical Instructor Conducting regular lectures and seminars of student nurses

Arranging for actual visits to various departments of the clinic Providing the students with printed information material Demonstrating the taught methods at the laboratories Assessing and Grading students based upon their regular performances Reporting daily work records to the director

XYZ Clinic, Tacoma, WA (2003-2006) Nurse

Monitoring the regular health progress and reporting observed abnormalities to the concerned physicians Updating the case reports of each patient with the most recent records Maintaining a high standard of hygiene at the patient's place Preparing and forwarding the daily work reports to the administration

Academic education:

Graduated in Science of Nursing (BSN) from Plaxo Nursing School, Seattle, WA (2001) Secured associate diploma in Instructing University of Washington, Seattle, WA (2003)

Extra Curricular:

Hold a valid RN license issued by state government of Washington References: Will be available on request Related Links :

Dear Sir, This is to inform you that I have accepted a position in another hospital. Therefore I would like offer my resignation dated (date). I want to thank you and all the staff of (hospital name) for all your support and help .I have enjoyed

work here as a senior nurse for past two years. My experience with the hospital had been very rewarding .I appreciate having had the opportunity to work with one of the finest hospitals of the city. The decision was not an easy one for me. I have taken this decision after series of discussion with my family and serious consideration. I would like to move up the ladder and I have taken up a position of head nurse in the hospital. I hope this position helps me grow my skills and will have more challenges to increase my knowledge and experience.

  • I wish the hospital success and thank one and all for allowing me to be the part of the team.

  • I understand that as per the policy I have to serve notice period but if possible I would like to join the hospital as soon as possible. Please let me know if this is possible and help me have a smooth

transition. Thank you all for your help during my employment and best wishes for the future. Yours sincerely, Your name.

work here as a senior nurse for past two years. My experience with the hospital had

Related Letters:

[Address of Sender] [Date of Letter] [Name and Address of Recipient] Dear Dr. Jones:

I’m writing to inform you that I plan to resign from my job as licensed practical nurse with St. John’s Hospital, effective January 10, 2012. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause although I will try to make the transition as streamlined as possible.

In addition, I want to express good luck and thanks to the staff at St. John’s Hospital. I have been rewarded by my experience of working at this facility which has enabled me to foster new skills in the field of health care. While I have been happy working here, I still feel I must accept the future opportunity, which will help me steadily advance in my career. Nevertheless, I will always be grateful for the experience and skills that I have acquired while working at St. John’s Hospital.

  • I can be contacted until January 08, 2012. In the interim, if you could tell me about any paperwork that needs to be filled out in Human Resources, or other formalities with respect to my departure, I will be available until the aforementioned date. Thank you for your continuing support during my time here.

Sincerely, [Name of employee] [Contact number]

Note: The above nursing resignation letter is a good sample of a letter that would be sent to an employer where the employment experience was positive.

Sample 2 – Resignation Letter for a Nurse:

[Address of Sender]

[Date of Letter] [Name and Address of Recipient] Dear Ms. Taylor:

This letter serves to inform you that I have accepted a position at another health care facility. Therefore, I am offering my resignation to you on this date, May 20, 2012.

  • I wish to thank you and the employees at Meredith Health Care for the support and assistance I

received while working here. I have enjoyed my time here these past three years as a registered nurse. Without question, I am grateful for having had the opportunity to work with a top-rate health care provider. Therefore, my decision to leave was not hastily made nor an easy one. I only decided to leave this facility after a good deal of contemplation and consideration. Because I want to advance in my career, I have accepted a job as charge nurse with my new employer. I’ve taken the job then to help me expand my experience and skills in the health care field.

  • I wish you and the staff continued success and also want to thank you for permitting me to provide my services here at this facility.

To effect a smooth transition from this role to the next, I’m requesting that I be allowed to leave as soon as possible to start my new position.

Again, thank you for your assistance and support during my tenure. I wish you the best for the future. Sincerely, [Name] Note: As you can see from the above sample letter, the nursing professional did not leave a contact number. This letter is designed for a nurse who wants to leave a situation where the environment was not quite so positive. Therefore, she does not leave the door open for further contact. However, as you can see, she did focus on writing a letter that was both positive and professional.

Sample 3 – Nurse Resignation Letter:

[Address of Sender] [Date of Letter]

[Name and Address of Recipient] Dear Mrs. Jones:

  • I am writing this correspondence in order to inform you of my decision to resign as Registered Nurse from the Silver Valley Assisted Living facility. My final working day will be June 20, 2012.

Working at Silver Valley Assisted Living has been both a rewarding and satisfying experience. I wish the best of luck and success to you and my fellow employees.

Please contact me if I can make the transition process proceed more smoothly. Yours respectfully, Madeline Roberts, RN

Note: As you can see, this resignation is short and to the point – the type of letter you want to choose if you have not been on the job a very long time.