Department of Nursing Practice, Professional Development and Innovation

All Faculty

New faculty are to be identified and communicated to NPPDI no less than one month prior to the first day on campus. The school will identify and communicate to NPPDI which faculty are teaching on which unit no less than two weeks prior to the beginning of the term.

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Step 1

The school will complete the red-titled columns on the upload sheet (XLSX) and forward to Seattle Children's Nursing Schools.

Step 2

Faculty will receive the RedCarpet welcome email and complete the required tasks. Faculty are required to use their school email address for OKTA Verify (remote access).

If your faculty member was at Seattle Children's Hospital in any capacity in the previous 12 months or is a current Seattle Children's employee, they will not go through RedCarpet.

Step 3

Faculty will complete a Respiratory Clearance Form that will be sent through the school. The school will have access to the survey responses to approve or deny the faculty’s access to rooms that require the use of a CAPR.

Schools should email schoolsofnursing@seattlechildrens.org if they do not have access to the SON Respiratory Teams page. The approver should not be a faculty member facilitating in the quarter/semester.

Step 4

Faculty will contact TASC (Talent Acquisition Service Center) at 206-987-1020 to set up a time to obtain a faculty badge and receive their transportation assignment.

Step 5

All School of Nursing (SON) faculty are required to complete certain competencies and online trainings annually. Clinical rotation faculty are also required to complete a four-hour shadow on each of the units they will be teaching. These requirements must be completed no less than two weeks prior to bringing students on Seattle Children’s campus. Complete the items on the Faculty Orientation Checklist and return to Seattle Children's Schools of Nursing no less than two weeks prior to the first day on campus. Faculty will also complete the Student Orientation checklist to verify students have completed their onboarding. This form is due on or before the first hour students are on campus and on units with patients.