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current job openings at wicks

Program Co-Director and Faculty PT & FT

  • MSN in Nursing Education or Academic Teaching Experience
  • CWOCN Certification (3 years)
  • Ability to work independently
  • Good communication skills

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        Attention: Lucy Wicks

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Why You Should Consider Wicks Educational Associates, Inc.

  • Wicks Educational Associates, Inc. faculty believes that the learning experience must be individualized, responsive to the students learning needs and the course must be stimulating, foster creativity and promote self-actualization.
  • Wicks Educational Associates Nursing Education Programs has been accredited by the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN®) since 1991.
  • WEA has teaching staff with over 50 years of teaching excellence in the specialty.
  • WEA offers a unique approach to education with the flexibility to meet the individual learning needs of the nurse.
  • Availability and accessibility of professional staff to mentor the student and support the learning experience.
  • An experienced and well trained support staff available to assist with administrative and clinical preceptor issues.
  • All our nursing education programs are fully accredited by WOCN®.

Benefits of becoming a board certified WOC or WCS Nurse

  • WOCN certification is recognized as the Gold Standard for Nursing Certification.
  • Advanced knowledge in a nursing specialty.
  • Upon completion of the program the learner will advance their knowledge, clinical skills and demonstrate effective communication, leadership skills and critical thinking to support advanced decision making.
  • Improved patient care and clinical outcomes.
  • Ability to manage complex problems related to wounds, abdominal stomas and incontinence.
  • Cost effective and cost efficient nursing care.

Eligibility Requirements

  • A BSN or Bachelor’s Degree in another discipline.
  • One year practicing as a Registered Nurse.
  • One year of clinical nursing experience following licensure within the past five years.


  • The WOC Nursing Education Program has been accredited by the Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society (WOCN®) since 1991.


Julie Phelps-Maloy
Program Co-Director, MS, ARNP, CWOCN

As a CWOCN, Julie has a background in many of the different practice areas including participating in starting both an more....

Carol Calianno
Program Co-Director, MSN, RN, CWOCN, CRNP

Carol Calianno, Program Co-Director, has been a board certified Wound Ostomy Continence Nurse since 1998.  more...


  • I highly recommend the Wicks WOC Program. I completed the Home Study Program.   The study guides closely followed the textbooks and were easily understood. more...