NURSING - Faculty-Nursing
Faculty Full-Time (75-100%)
The Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing holds a faculty appointment and has academic, service, and scholarship responsibilities consistent with the mission and philosophy of the Nursing Department. This individual demonstrates competence in didactic, clinical education, teaching, and curriculum development at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
- DNP or Ph.D. in Nursing from an accredited institution.
- At least 2 years current Nursing teaching experience at the graduate level.
- Current Michigan RN licensure or eligibility for licensure in Michigan State
- Online teaching experience.
- Evidence of scholarship and publications.
- Experience with supervising DNP or other graduate-level scholarly projects.
- FNP Board Certification.
Duties and responsibilities
- Teach and supervise students' practicum work related to the assigned course(s).
- Participate in skills and simulation lab for the clinical group(s) with assistance from skills/simulation lab person.
- Create/Review and update applicable syllabi for courses assigned.
- Evaluate students' coursework, lab, and practicum for assigned courses.
- Participate in accreditation preparation and visit when applicable.
- Available to students for skills practice and tests when required.
- Maintain weekly office hours as required by policy to be available to students.
- Participate in department, school and university's committees as required by policy.
- Participate in scholarship, service and teaching activities as required by Andrews’s faculty policy.
- Participate in the Nursing Department activities like dedication, pinning, recruitment, advising etc.
- Participate in collecting assessment data for the department.
- Abide by the online contract and requirements for teaching.
- Other duties that may be assigned from the Department of Nursing, School of Health Professions and Andrews University.
- Supervise relevant clinical, adjunct and supporting faculty as needed.
- Supervise assigned students, student workers and graduate assistants.
- Doctorate degree in Nursing.
- At least 2 years current work experience as a nurse educator at the graduate level.
- Ability to work as a team member
- Ability to teach with technology
- Dynamic presenter/speaker
- Ability to form good student and peer relationships
- Ability to establish relationships with clinical sites in various communities
- Ability to use course management systems like Moodle.
- Comfortable with classroom presentation technology like PowerPoint etc.
- Must be comfortable interacting with students in an advisory role.
- Must be comfortable interacting with multiethnic and multinational faculty and student population.
- Must be able to keep up with the physical demand required for students’ practicum rotation within the healthcare settings if needed.
- Classes will be taught mostly in Marsh Hall, Andrews University
- Practicums at hospitals, clinics in the community and remote oversight for online students.
- Online courses will be taught through the Course Learning Management System (Moodle/LearningHub).