Primary teaching assignment is Introduction to Professional Nursing in Associate Degree Nursing Program.
Collaborate with other Nursing faculty and the Dean in providing leadership for the curriculum and program development, student recruitment and retention.
Participate in related college and curricular activities.
Incorporate learning-centered college principles and concepts.
Classes may be offered during daytime, evening and weekend hours and at multiple campus locations.
Master's degree in Nursing required.
Minimum two years experience in clinical nursing practice required.
An interdisciplinary focus integrating innovative learning strategies and demonstrated ability to enhance the success of diverse student populations is essential.
Experience incorporating technology and multimedia applications into the teaching and learning process and interest in all forms of alternative learning are highly desirable.
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