GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
The position of Faculty in Nursing at Northland Pioneer College is based on a 9-month commitment for the
standard academic year, and consists of teaching a minimum of 30 credit loads per year: live, hybrid, or online via
the institution's learning management system. Responsibilities include supporting NPC's values: 1) quality learning
environment, 2) diversity and accessibility, 3) integrity and accountability, and 4) collaboration toward success; as
well as upholding the mission of providing, supporting, and promoting life-long learning.
Faculty teach courses in the accredited undergraduate pre-licensure Nursing program and support Quality and
Safety in Nursing (QSEN) and Nurse of the Future (NOF) models of nursing education, as well as teach other
courses for which they are qualified and assigned; teach in a variety of environments and modes (team-taught
offerings, day offerings, evening offerings, online offerings, hybrid offerings, etc.) in accordance with course
outlines and instructional procedures; integrate technology with instruction; assess students in light of the
institution goals, program goals, and course objectives; maintain appropriate scheduled office hours; provide
service to the department, division, college, and community as assigned by the supervising department chair, dean
or elected by peers; develop good working relationships with discipline-related professionals in the College's
Service area; collaborate and participate in AZ Transfer to foster transferability opportunities; serve as a community
resource in area of expertise; be active in one's field of expertise; travel within the College district.