Posting Description: The University of Colorado, College of Nursing invites applications from Nurses with graduate education who have recent clinical experience and have interest in teaching nursing in an academic setting. The lecturer has direct teaching and student evaluation responsibilities and will provide didactic instruction for students formally enrolled in nursing education courses at the University of Colorado, College of Nursing. Delineation of Responsibilities are as follows: Class Coverage: The College of Nursing enrolls over 800 students in 4 academic degree programs: BS, Masters, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), and PhD. The number of student/s will vary from a ratio of 1-30 to 1-125 depending on the specific course and the level of the student/s. It is expected that this individual will assume the direct teaching responsibilities in classroom, online, or hybrid environments. Evaluation: The lecturer through collaboration with faculty of record will assess student learning and communicate evaluations with student/s he/she is directly teaching. The final evaluation and grade will be the responsibility of the lecturer. Learning Experiences: The lecturer is responsible for assuring that the learning experiences provided are congruent with the overall curriculum and course competencies and integrate clinical and research knowledge.
Minimum Qualifications: -Graduate degree with appropriate specialty/discipline content -Evidence of teaching experience -Evidence/Documentation of the quality of teaching -RN license -BS degree in nursing -Clinical experience
Required Competencies/Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Desired Qualifications: - APN certification preferred as appropriate
Campus: Anschutz Medical Campus