Tenure-Track or Non-Tenure-Track Assistant Professor or higher (9 Month) & Director, Adult Gero...
Job Description: Teaching: Teaching primarily at the graduate level in advanced practice courses Teaching primarily in an online format Supervising AGNP students in practicum experiences Acts as Academic Advisor to students in the Adult Gerontology Primary Care graduate track of the MSN program Develops each student's program plan, and monitors the academic progress and standing of students. Serves as a mentor to students in the adult gerontology program. Demonstrates a proven track record of effective teaching with use of a variety of innovative teaching techniques to promote critical thinking and achieve course outcomes. Use of transformative education techniques of instruction. Demonstrates one's thoughtfully developed philosophy of and pedagogy toward teaching. Scholarship: Supports the research/scholarly mission of the School and/or University. Demonstrates ability to successfully conduct research/scholarly projects. Disseminates research/scholarship to students through teaching, and publication of clinically or educationally based journal articles and presentations Mentors students in completion of scholarly projects Service: Actively serves as a member of MNSON committees and/or task forces. Participates in University and SON activities. Participates in community outreach activities that promote health. Attends MNSON and University events. Attends and assists at conferences or workshops involving MNSON or University at local level. Maintains availability to students for coaching and mentoring. Participates in professional organizations relevant to Adult Gerontology Advanced Practice Maintains Adult Gerontology Primary Care clinical practice as a component of role
Qualifications: Required Qualifications: An earned doctorate (PhD or DNP) in Nursing or a related field and post-secondary teaching experience commensurate with appointment at the rank of non-tenure-track Assistant Professor or higher and commitment to research and scholarly endeavors. Certification and experience as an Adult or Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. Demonstrated administrative and strategic leadership abilities Record of scholarly productivity Demonstrated collaborative and consultative working style Demonstrated creative and systematic problem solving abilities Knowledge of current trends and issues in nursing leadership and management, education and practice Desirable Qualifications: Administrative program director experience in an academic setting. Recent teaching experience, including online teaching, at the graduate level in primary care nurse practitioner courses. Recent and current APRN clinical practice as a Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner.
Job Category: University Faculty