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The University of West Georgia Tanner Health System School of Nursing strives for educational excellence in a caring environment¿ with over 500 students in graduate and undergraduate programs. Designated as a Center of Excellence by the National League for Nursing, SON instructional facilities are state of the art including spectacular lab and simulation spaces in Carrollton and Newnan. U\undergraduate programs include a pre-licensure BSN program and a 100% online RN to BSN program. Graduate programs, recognized for 8 consecutive years by US News and World Report, are also online including a MSN program (Nurse Educator Track or Health Systems Leadership Track with an option for the AACN Clinical Nurse Leader Role), as well as an innovative EdD in Nursing Education program.
Non-tenure-track academic-year faculty appointment. Applicants are sought in all clinical specialty areas as well as those with backgrounds in informatics, nurse practitioner experience, nursing education, and nursing leadership. Responsibilities include undergraduate teaching in online and traditional classroom settings; simulation, laboratory and clinical instruction.
- Undergraduate teaching in online and traditional classroom settings; simulation, laboratory and clinical instructionService to the school/university/profession/communityScholarly program broadly defined
Applicants are required to hold a Master's degree in nursing with a clinical background in specialty area(s) and have an active RN eNLC license to practice nursing in Georgia (or eligible).
Preferred Educational Qualifications
Certification in a specialty area, certification as a nurse practitioner, doctorate in nursing or related field
Teaching experience at the undergraduate and graduate levels, a record of accomplishment in working with diverse populations of students, and evidence of a scholarly program, broadly defined.
Salary is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Required Documents to Attach
- Cover letter
- Curriculum vitae
- Listing of at least four references, including phone and email contact details
- Unofficial transcripts
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Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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