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Nursing Instructor

Harrodsburg, KY

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Hiring Company

Campbellsville University

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Full Time

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Position Description

Job Summary:

The full-time 12 month nursing instructor reports directly to the Program Coordinator of the assigned program within the School of Nursing. The position is a full-time, 12-month tenure-track position according to the tenure policies outlined in the Campbellsville University Administrative Policy and Procedure Manual.

Job Responsibilities:
•Prepares and teaches theoretical content for specific courses in the curriculum.
• Coordinates or assists with preparation and evaluation of course materials and examination.
• Prepares and evaluates examinations.
• Plans, guides and evaluates clinical experiences.
• Advises appropriate responsible persons (associate/assistant deans, project directors, course leaders, etc.) of any problem related to students or learning experiences.
• Assumes responsibility for special assignments as indicated.
• Assists in evaluation and revision of course(s) in which involved.
• Assists in evaluation and revision of curriculum.
• Participates in faculty meetings.
• Assists with development and implementation of faculty projects.
• Functions on School of Nursing and University committees.
• Provides professional community services as opportunity arises.
• Continues professional development including clinical expertise, research, or other creative pursuits.
• Participates in local and national continuing education programs and workshops.
• Advises students as assigned

Skills/Qualifications:

Associate Degree Program: Nurse faculty in the associate degree program must hold a degree from an accredited college or university, which must include a master’s degree within the discipline of nursing or have completed that portion that would be equivalent to a master’s in nursing degree; or, nurse faculty may hold a baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing and a master’s degree in a related field, which includes a minimum of eighteen (18) graduate hours in nursing. The eighteen (18) graduate hours in nursing may also be earned independently of the related master’s degree. Nurse faculty in the associate degree program may be employed with a baccalaureate degree in nursing, but shall complete within five (5) years of the date of employment, a master’s degree commensurate with either (a) a master’s degree within the discipline of nursing or have completed that portion that would be equivalent to a master’s in nursing degree; or (b) a baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing and a master’s degree in a related field, which includes a minimum of eighteen (18) graduate hours in nursing. The eighteen (18) graduate hours in nursing may also be earned independently of the related master’s degree. The nurse faculty shall hold a temporary work permit or a current unencumbered license or privilege to practice as a registered nurse in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The nurse faculty shall document a minimum of two (2) years full time or equivalent experience as a registered nurse within the immediate past five (5) years and shall have and maintain expertise in the clinical or functional area of responsibility. The nurse faculty shall document preparation in educational activities in the area of teaching and learning principles for adult education, including curriculum development and implementation. The preparation shall be acquired through planned faculty in-service learning activities, continuing education offerings, or academic courses.


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