Community/Public Health Clinical Instructor, School of Nursing
- University of Virginia
- Charlottesville, VA
- Faculty Jobs
- Health & Medical, Nursing, Professional Fields, Communication & Journalism, Science & Technology, Life Sciences
- Employment Type
- Full Time
- Institution Type
- Four-Year Institution
The University of Virginia School of Nursing seeks an experienced Clinical Instructor with a background in community/public health nursing for a full time, tenure-ineligible Clinical Instructor. The start date of this position is the January 2023.
The UVA School of Nursing has been actively engaged in IDEA our Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence Achievement initiative. We are deeply committed to developing a community that is inclusive, respectful, and considers diversity to be a key part of our excellence.
We seek applicants whose experience, teaching, research, and/or community service has prepared them to substantially contribute to this mission. We welcome, in particular, applicants from groups who have been historically underrepresented in nursing, including racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+, veterans, people with disabilities, and men.
Applicants must possess a Master’s degree in Nursing, with two years of previous experience in community/public health. Candidates must have or be eligible for Licensure in Virginia and will be required to obtain a license by the start date of the position. Additionally, we are seeking candidates who have experience working with community partners. Previous experience teaching or mentoring in community/public health is strongly preferred. Applicants with certification are strongly encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to applicants with a DNP or PhD in Nursing.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Direct supervision of pre-licensure (BSN and CNL) students (approximately 30 hrs per week) in a community/public health clinical environment and simulation center.
- Provide informal and formal feedback to students about their clinical performance in a community/public health clinical and simulated environments.
- Coordinate clinical site placements for prelicensure community/public health placement (approximately 6 hrs per week)
- Assist with orienting and mentoring new clinical instructors in community/public health.
- Assist with simulation and other learning activity development and implementation under direction of course faculty and/or program director.
This is a full time, 12-month term limited appointment
An official offer of employment is contingent on a successful background check and completion of a medical screening as required by the University of Virginia Health System.
Apply online at https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs search for requisition R0041296. Internal applicants must apply through their UVA Workday profile. Complete the application, and upload the following Required materials:
Cover Letter describing your interests, scholarship, and education
Contact information for 3 professional references
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Questions regarding the application process should be directed to Marcus Rozier, Academic Recruiter firstname.lastname@example.org.
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