Friday, July 26, 2013

Nursing Laboratory Faculty Position

Institution:Maria College
Location:Albany, NY

  • Faculty - Medicine - Nursing

Application Due:Open Until Filled

Founded in 1958 by the Religious Sisters of Mercy, Maria College of Albany is a private, co-educational, Catholic college that serves approximately 1000 students in a variety of degree and certificate programs. Known for its warm, caring culture, its personalized attention to students, flexible scheduling and highly affordable tuition, the college has entered an exciting period of growth as it transitions from a two-year college to a four-year institution. Maria College began in the areas of early childhood education and liberal arts, and has since built a regional reputation for excellence in the health sciences, including nursing and occupational therapy. Plans call for further expansion in the areas of business, liberal arts and the humanities, and the college hopes to accept its first four-year students in the fall of 2013.

Maria College Nursing Program is seeking part-time nursing faculty for the Fall 2013. Duties include working in the nursing skills laboratory with freshmen or senior students.

Qualifications: a current NYS RN license, strong recent clinical skills and MSN are required. Consideration will be given to candidates actively pursuing a Master's in Nursing. Previous teaching experience is preferred.

Contact:Linda Millenbach


Maria College

Maria College is a nonprofit, independent, coeducational institution, which does not discriminate in its enrollment or employment practices for any reason, including race, sex, color, national origin, creed, sexual orientation, or mental or physical disability. Information about the services, activities and facilities accessible to the disabled may be obtained in the Office of Student Services, Marian Hall. For further information regarding Title IX and 504, contact Deb Corrigan, Title IX Coordinator, 518.438.3111, ext. 250.

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