Posting Details Position Summary
This is intended to be a 12 month faculty position which includes teaching during the summer sessions.
Metropolitan State University of Denver is an equal opportunity employer.
Duties / Responsibilities
Teach 30 credits of upper division courses in the nursing program per academic year including summers. evenings, on-line courses, and weekends using multimedia and other technologies.
Must have experience and be able to teach in three of the following areas : foundations, health assessment, pharmacology, and medical / surgical nursing.
Additional areas of instruction may include gerontology, research, leadership, ethics, and senior experience. Plan and provide theoretical instruction and clinical or laboratory experiences that reflect an understanding of the mission, objectives and program’s curriculum.
Design, implement and evaluate curriculum. Participate in academic advising and guidance of students and be sensitive to the educational needs of students from a diverse population.
Conduct student assessments and evaluate student achievement. Orient, mentor, and monitor clinical faculty and preceptors.
Participate in program, curriculum, and department policy development and evaluation. Develop, implement, evaluate, and update the purpose, mission and objectives of the nursing education program.
Develop, evaluate, and revise student policies including admission, progress, retention, and graduation. Serve on department committees.
The successful candidate must be willing to adhere to policies and procedures regarding students and faculty as established by the University and Department.
This announcement is to fill one Category II Full-Time faculty non-tenured position beginning the 2019 spring semester.
The University is particularly interested in applicants who have experience working with students from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated commitment to improving access to higher education for under-represented groups.
An active unencumbered license to practice as a registered nurse in Colorado. Two years full-time, or equivalent, professional nursing clinical experience.
Graduate degree in nursing from a Nursing Education Program with national nursing accreditation.
Doctorate in nursing or relevant field with ranking of full professor. Two years full-time, or equivalent, professional nursing clinical experience and CCNE accreditation experience.