Green River Community College welcomes faculty who have a commitment to teaching and the ability to utilize a variety of methods and modes of instruction to ensure student success.
Green River has an open full-time, tenure track position for a Nursing faculty member. The Health/Science Division at Green River Community College is seeking innovative and creative faculty who are committed to safe patient care provided by graduates of Green River's Nursing Program.
Primary responsibilities include teaching, student advisement, nursing club advising, nursing lab instruction, community lab instruction, involvement in curriculum and program assessment and revision, and in other program, division, and campus committees, and other activities as needed, such as but not limited to clinical coordination. Instruction may include either the day or evening programs as dictated by curriculum needs. In addition, professional technical instructional faculty in the Nursing Program are expected to participate in activities required by the Program’s accreditation from the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Other activities may include collaborating with other program faculty to assure that accreditation standards are met for didactic and clinical education.
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