Instructor, Assistant Professor or Assoc Professor Nursing #499734 Provides academic and clinical instruction within the Dishman Department of Nursing. Plans, coordinates, and conducts classroom, simulation and clinical experiences for students. Participates in scholarly and academic activities appropriate to the rank. Reports to the Department Chair on all other issues (e.g., personnel, assignments).
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EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED (E=essential): E 1. Maintains academic standards as established by the department, college and university. E 2. Teaches students in clinical, laboratory, simulation and classroom settings, in addition to online teaching. E 3. Assumes responsibility for the planning and organization of courses to which assigned. E 4. Provides academic advising/counseling to assigned students. E 5. Develops improved evaluation techniques for measuring student learning and competency. E 6. Purposes, designs, and conducts research in nursing and related areas. E 7. Provides leadership in and participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of college, departmental, program, course, and student activities. E 8. Plans professional development activities for self such as continuing education offerings, workshops, professional meetings, etc. E 9. Participates in program, department, college and university committees and in other activities associate with professional status. E 10. Maintains membership in and participates in activities of professional associations. E 11. Incorporates new knowledge and techniques in clinical, classroom, simulation and laboratory teaching.E 12. Displays scholarly orientation to the assumption of the responsibilities of a university faculty member: a. Utilizes teaching-learning principles appropriately; b. Serves as a knowledge resources person to colleagues, students, and community; c. Generates research findings in nursing/nursing education; d. Shares professional expertise beyond the local level; e. Assists in developing reports required for the operation of the department and college.
Assistant/Associate Professor #499741 (Director Graduate Nursing Studies)Directs Graduate Nursing Studies (MSN and Post-MSN) and supervises activities in conjunction with the Chair to achieve program, department and university goals. Requires regular administrative presence on-campus. Reports directly to the Chair – Department of Nursing.
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EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED: 1. Directs the implementation of graduate nursing curriculum. 2. Collaborates with faculty and administration to develop comprehensive departmental policies for admission, progression and retention of graduate students. 3. Develops class and practicum schedules for graduate nursing courses, which promote the effective maintenance and operation of the program. 4. Maintains a community network critical to recruitment of graduate nursing students. 5. Maintains networking opportunities critical for practicum settings. 6. Participates in graduate nursing curriculum changes. 7. Provides input to Chair concerning program activities of faculty and staff. 8. Coordinates the preparation for accreditation and annual reports. 9. Participates in program, department, college and university committees and other activities associated with professional status. 10. Assists in planning professional development activities for self and graduate nursing faculty such as continuing education, workshops, professional meetings, etc. 11. Maintains professional memberships and participates in activities of professional associations, including leadership roles. 12. Carries an appropriate graduate faculty teaching load. 13. Displays a scholarly orientation to the assumption of responsibilities of a university faculty member: a. utilizes effective teaching-learning principles appropriately; b. provides leadership to colleagues in teaching; c. serves as a knowledgeable resource person to colleagues, students and community; d. contributes to the generation of new knowledge in nursing and nursing education; e. shares professional expertise beyond the local level. 14. Performs other duties as assigned. 15. Maintains expertise in clinical practice area.
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