Nursing Faculty Member, Evening Option
GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The full-time Nursing Faculty Member, Evening Option position includes teaching, advising and college service responsibilities that take place during day, evening and weekend hours. The program follows an alternating-week format; during the first week, classes are held on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. During the second week, clinicals are held on Saturday and Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and the campus labs occur on either Monday or Wednesday evening from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. The position will be filled for the Fall Semester, 2017.
Selected daytime hours are required for team and program meetings and college service responsibilities. Team meetings are held every other week in the late afternoon/early evening for an hour to an hour and a half.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
1. Provide instruction in the classroom and the clinical/campus laboratory using multiple instructional strategies and integrating computer technology with instruction.
2. Plan, supervise and evaluate learning experiences for students in the clinical area.
3. Utilize patient simulation in the teaching-learning process.
4. Plan, implement and evaluate nursing curriculum as a member of the nursing teaching team.
5. Coordinate and effectively maintain relationships with health agencies utilized for clinical experiences.
6. Hold at least four posted office hours per week on at least four days and schedule conferences with individual students to discuss their progress in the program.
7. Provide academic advising to assigned students.
8. Attend and participate in all division, department, nursing program and nursing course team meetings and planning activities including selected subcommittees within the Nursing Program.
9. Actively participate in college service opportunities.
10. Maintain professional growth and remain current in nursing practices.
11. Assist in preparation for nursing and college-wide accreditation visits.
12. Participate in the assessment of student learning outcomes at the course, program and college levels.
1. Current license as a Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, or eligibility for Massachusetts Registered Nurse licensure.
2. Master’s degree in nursing from an ACEN or CCNE accredited institution.
3. Broad experience in nursing which includes experience in acute care and adult medical and/or surgical settings.
4. Recent teaching experience in a college-level nursing program.
5. Commitment to support a student-centered, outcome-based approach to education.
6. Skill with the integration of both high and moderate fidelity human patient simulations in the teaching-learning process.
7. Skill in using active and collaborative learning strategies in both classroom and clinical learning opportunities.
8. Experience with the integration of technology and alternative delivery systems of instruction in the teaching-learning process.
9. Experience and a strong knowledge base with the assessment of student learning outcomes and developing curriculum based on the outcomes.
10. Experience with curriculum development, including curriculum changes, in nursing.
11. Ability to meet the challenges of adult students with diverse backgrounds.
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Appreciation for and commitment to working in a global, multicultural academic setting.
2. Experience in NEASC and ACEN accreditation processes.
COMPENSATION: Full-time MCCC Unit position. Salary to be determined by a formula-based classification system, dependent upon education and experience (base salary with master’s degree only is $45,996). Position includes participation in a comprehensive employee benefits program.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 1, 2017