Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful nurse professional you are today? Now you can be that professor with Chamberlain College of Nursing where our mission is to provide extraordinary care for students. Every day you can create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that may forever influence their nursing careers.
If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we encourage you to apply to our North Brunswick campus-based position today.
Evidence-Based Teaching/ Learning and Master Instruction
Takes responsibility for program outcomes by implementing the College’s philosophy, curriculum and course objectives through classroom, online, clinical teaching, and service to the University, community, health system and profession.
Develops curricular/teaching innovations in the annual preparation and revision of all assigned course(s).
Assumes responsibility for all autonomous aspects of individual teaching loads.
Monitors clinical agencies for appropriateness for student clinical experiences and ability to meet clinical course outcomes.
Plans clinical experiences for and provides direct/ indirect supervision and evaluation of nursing students delivering nursing care to an individual or group of individuals.
In cooperation with clinical agencies and University departments, provides oversight for clinical preceptors/ mentors for student clinical experiences and coordinates and evaluates those preceptors/ mentors.
Provides documented feedback to students on level of performance based on course outcomes.
Provides student remediation within assigned courses.
Communicates up-to-date information about agency/clinical policies, procedures, and expectations
Posts developed clinical assignments consistent with student’s knowledge base, skill competency and learning needs.
Professional Role Model/ Chamberlain University Care
Serves as a positive professional role model for students, assisting in their professional/social development.
Serves as an informal leader, mentor, and role model for other faculty and staff in the areas of customer service, collaboration, communication, excellence and general professionalism.
Mentors new faculty members.
Commitment to Professional Nursing
Participates in professional activities outside the University
Contributes to the development, implementation and evaluation of the programs and the philosophy of the University.
Participates in academic advisement and counseling for an assigned group of students while participating in assessment of potential and real counseling concerns for all students with whom the faculty come into contact.
Contributes to the development and evaluation of student admission, progression, retention and graduation policies within the University.
Provides opportunities for student and graduate evaluation of curriculum and teaching and program effectiveness.
Provides recommendations to the program leader regarding budgetary needs for the University.
A faculty member at the rank of Instructor demonstrates significant leadership within the University by accepting or initiating, as part of the workload, responsibility for activities such as:
Chairing or serving on University committees
Chairing and/ or serving on work groups that contribute to preparation for accreditation visits
Gathering and analyzing data related to course, curriculum and program review to foster continuous quality improvement
Serving as course coordinator, course lead or Subject Matter Expert (SME)
Documenting actions taken in faculty and committee meetings as appropriate
Nursing Practice Expertise
Demonstrates scholarship through the Scholarship of Teaching, Discovery, Application, or Integration congruent with expectations of assigned rank.
Demonstrates a practice of scholarly teaching characterized by keeping course materials and content current, applying principles of evidence based teaching, participating in and welcoming peer review of teaching, and reflection on one’s own teaching.
Completes other duties as assigned.
Master’s Degree in Nursing*
Professional nurse licensure required.
Minimum of two (2) years of nursing experience working in a clinical setting
Prior teaching experience
Experientially prepared to teach assigned courses.
A passion for teaching and openness to teaching a variety of courses.
Maintain current regulatory and practice credentials, when appropriate, based on assignment.
Excellent communication skills along with a high level of initiative and prudent judgment
Scholarship Requirements: Demonstrates scholarship congruent with the level of rank.
*Education and experience must align with regulations in the state and comply with the rules and regulations of state authorization agencies, which may include the higher education board and/or licensing board in multiple states.