Teach nursing students in the ADN program in an integrated and concept-based curriculum involving classroom, college laboratory, and clinical teaching; serve as the AND Evening Program Department Chair. The Chair woks under the direction of the Dean of Health Sciences of his/her designee.
Key Responsibilities and Duties (Faculty):
Key Responsibilities and Duties (Department Chair):
Each semester the Department Chair will undertake responsibilities and duties commensurate with those stated in Article 20.06 of the MCCC Collective Bargaining Agreement. Such responsibilities and duties shall include the following:
Will include evening program hours. Working hours will be flexible depending on the needs of the Nursing Program.
Required: possess an earned Master Degree in Nursing or Doctorate in Nursing or Higher Education; current Medical Surgical clinician experience. Medical/Surgical nursing backgrounds with demonstrated success teaching nursing in classroom preferred, clinical laboratory and a variety of healthcare settings. Possess a minimum of two years full-time experience in nursing, or its equivalent, within the last five years and evidence of clinical competence in the area of clinical instruction. Must have at least two years’ experience teaching nursing in clinical and classroom settings. Faculty member is currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in Massachusetts in good standing and has a valid Massachusetts driver’s license. Maintain expertise appropriate to teaching responsibilities.
Demonstrated technological skills in classroom and clinical (e.g. Microsoft Office and PowerPoint, Blackboard); demonstrated skill in outcome evaluation of diverse learners, curriculum processes and program criteria for evaluation; experience with the design and implementation of competency-based evaluation tools in both class and clinical; experience with Patient Simulation; demonstrated strength in teaching introductory and advanced nursing skills; experience working with second-year nursing students; teaching experience at the college level, preferably at a community college; related professional experience; demonstrable use of materials and assignments designed to develop the writing and critical thinking skills of students and to incorporate multi-cultural perspectives; experience with alternative pedagogies such as service-learning, learning communities, and distance learning; strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.
Education: Master’s Degree in Nursing or Doctorate in Nursing or Higher Education
Salary Range: $41,470 - $92,555. Commensurate with education and teaching experience.
Classification: MCCC Unit Faculty Position
Source of Funding: State Appropriation
Please apply directly at http://massbay.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=49897. Please send a letter of interest, resume, and list of three professional references and their contact information.
Deadline: This position is considered open until filled: however, to ensure full consideration, applications should be received by June 27, 2013. Review of applications will begin upon receipt. Individuals invited for interview will be expected to provide references. Finalist candidates must provide official transcripts.
Massachusetts Bay Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age or handicap in admission or access to or treatment or employment in its programs and activities. Any inquiries or complaints concerning compliance with the regulations implementing Title IV, Title VII, Title IX, Age Discrimination Act of 1975 or Section 504, may contact Robin Nelson-Bailey at 781-239-3171 who is the College coordinator for those statutes. Inquiries may also be directed to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, D.C., 20202, or the Director, U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, Region One, Boston, MA 02109.
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