Nursing Faculty Careers

Training Future Healthcare Leaders

A student listening to heart sounds using a stethoscopeAt TCC, we believe nurses are leaders in healthcare, and we offer meaningful careers for those who are ready to give back and help train the next generation of those leaders. We have competitive benefits and a comprehensive professional development program that provides a smooth transition into teaching for experiences or newly trained nurses. Best of all, our nursing instructors are part of our campus community made up of faculty, students and other team members who learn together to innovate, contribute to our shared-governance and ensure excellence among our programs.

Other benefits include:

  • Tuition reimbursement to earn a MSN or Doctorate
  • Paid time off for Spring Break, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and other College holidays
  • Standard full-time work schedules
  • Ability to nurture, lead, and inspire students
  • Lower stress and less physical demands than working full time in the clinical setting
  • Comprehensive benefits package

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The Ghazvini Center for Healthcare Education hospital simulation spaceAll nursing instructor positions are in person, and you must be willing to work inside the hospital setting.

Applicants must hold an active license as an RN in the state of Florida, have at least two years of clinical experience, and hold a BSN degree (MSN preferred); must also acquire and maintain clinical clearance by successfully completing clinical affiliate related background check, health screening, and drug screening.

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