University of Michigan-FlintDepartment of Nursing
The University of Michigan-Flint is a regional institution in a revitalized urban setting located along the riverfront in downtown Flint. One of three campuses of the University of Michigan, we serve 8,555 commuting and residential students and offer over 125 undergraduate majors and over 60 graduate and post-graduate majors. The UM-Flint campus is known for quality education, low faculty to student ratios, and its collegial environment. Two national recognitions were recently bestowed on UM-Flint for which nursing’s contributions played a major role. First, UM-Flint’s online MSN program is one of the “Best” in the country according to U.S. News & World Report. UM-Flint was the only school to receive a score of 100 in the category of Faculty Credentials and Training. Second, UM-Flint is ranked 3rd best branch campus of a major university nationally in the most recent report by The Best Colleges and Universities in America. Please consider joining our growing faculty of educators in an innovative educational enterprise. We are seeking creative, forwarding thinking faculty members who envision the future of nursing education in a rapidly changing healthcare environment. UM-Flint has 1,100 undergraduate and graduate students in nursing. The curricula emphasize evidence-based and best practices, cultural competence development, and quality, safe, affordable, and accessible nursing and health care for traditionally underserved populations.
With sustained growth in our BSN and Doctoral programs we are seeking three candidates.
* Graduate Program-Acute Care Nurse Practitioner to serve as the key driver of innovation :nd growth in our acute care nurse practitioner concentration in the DNP program
* Undergraduate RN to BSN Program-in a rapidly expanding program. This position will serve as a primary faculty for the online program in pivotal courses to ensure that the curriculum is transformative and valuable to the RN students. Expertise in community and populations-based nursing and health care is highly desirable.
* Undergraduate Traditional and Accelerated Second Degree Programs-Primary responsibilities include teaching medical-surgical nursing at the undergraduate level. The candidate would also have an opportunity to participate in the online masters and DNP programs.
Candidates for all of these positions must have the following minimum qualifications: an earned doctorate in Nursing or a related field; MSN is desirable; demonstrated record of teaching, scholarship, and service accomplishments commensurate with the rank of assistant, associate or full professor at hire; leadership experience in an academic setting; evidence of supporting faculty governance and collegial decision-making and problem solving; ability to work effectively in multicultural settings with a commitment to diversity; success in obtaining external funding; strong interpersonal and written communication skills; and possession of or eligibility for a Michigan RN license.
Candidates should have the following qualifications: online teaching experience; evidence of commitment to student-centered education; experience in interdisciplinary teaching and scholarship; ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and students; commitment and patterns of success in working with diverse populations and non-traditional learners; experience in grant writing.
For additional information, please consult our website at www.umjobs.org job #92954, 92957 and 94624. The search will continue until the positions are filled. Send a letter of application addressing qualifications, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of three references to: Chair, Nursing Faculty Search Committee, University of Michigan-Flint, Department of Nursing, 303 East Kearsley Street, Flint, MI 48502-1950 or e-mail to Denise Shourd at firstname.lastname@example.org. Further questions should be directed to Denise Shourd via the above e-mail.
The University of Michigan-Flint is a non-discriminatory, Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
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