California State University Channel Islands invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Nursing, Medical Surgical. The candidate will function within the principles of CI including; commitment to interdisciplinarity, community service; evidence of on-going scholarly activities and research; commitment to student participation in the learning process; spirit of collegiality and collaboration; excellence in teaching; and experience working in a multiethnic, multilingual and multicultural environment. The successful candidate will plan, develop and teach pre-licensure Nursing Science classes in the classroom, clinical setting and the campus simulation lab at the CSU's newest campus. Duties associated with full-time faculty responsibilities to include but not limited to: maintain accurate student records/clinical grades, coordinate clinical instruction with other faculty; coordinate student experiences with clinical personnel; maintain communications between the University and clinical agencies including annual summation meetings; participate in curriculum development; participate in CCNE and BRN accreditation activities; develop and review department policies; participate in curriculum excellence by remaining current in the subject matter and techniques of effective instruction through recent clinical experience and professional development; participate in institutional governance, and participate in service to the community. Responsibilities include: teaching, university/community service and scholarly productivity. Assignment may include day, evening and weekend classes/clinical labs. Teaching will occur predominately at the new off-site campus in Santa Barbara. It is preferred that applicants be willing to work during the summer. For more information and to apply online please visit our website at: www.csucifacultyjobs.com. Application review begins on September 9, 2013.
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