Graduate Program - Track Coordinator/Faculty

Bangor, ME
Jun 09, 2017
Faculty Jobs
Health & Medical, Nursing
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
This is a full-time (10-month) ranked faculty position is in the College of Health & Education, School of Nursing. The faculty member is expected to teach assigned courses specific to his/her area of expertise. The faculty member will have administrative oversight of the FCNP track in the MSN Program in collaboration with the Chairperson and other track coordinators to ensure academic and practice standards are maintained. As a faculty member the Track Coordinator is also expected to fulfill responsibilities in advising, scholarship, and community service as delineated in the Husson University Faculty Handbook. Participation in evaluative processes and departmental affairs may require a campus presence from the last two weeks in August through June. The faculty member is expected to adhere to the Husson University Faculty Handbook policies for promotion and multiple-year contract review.

All nursing faculty carry primary responsibility for 24 credit hours/year or the equivalent as determined by the Dean in collaboration with the Chair.

Scholarship and Professional Activity:
All nursing faculty are expected to maintain currency within their professional areas of expertise and to participate in scholarly activities as defined by the Faculty Handbook. Up to one day per workweek may be negotiated annually for professional consultation, research, or clinical practice.

All nursing faculty members are expected to actively participate in Program and School meetings, retreats, committees, and activities (e.g. Open House, Convocation, and/or student recruitment projects) as well as serve on committees within the School, College, and/or University.

Student Advising:
All nursing faculty maintain student office hours and advise nursing students each year, as assigned, following the policies and procedures documented in the Husson Faculty Advising Manual.

Education: Earned doctorate in nursing or related field preferred; MSN in Advanced Practice Nursing (FNP or PCNP) required. Candidates nearing completion of a doctoral degree will be given preference.
Licensure: Maine RN license or eligibility
Experience: Minimum of three years of documented college/university-level teaching and minimum of three years of clinical experience expected. Must have documented expertise in his or her area(s) of teaching responsibility.