Thursday, January 16, 2014

Pre-licensure BSN Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor of Nursing Tenure-Track Position

Nebraska Wesleyan University Nursing Program in Lincoln, Nebraska is seeking a highly motivated, self-directed, doctoral degree-prepared nurse to fill an Assistant Professor of Nursing tenure-track full-time nursing faculty position for the pre-licensure four-year nursing program. A master's degree in Nursing will be considered. This is a 12-month faculty position to begin August 2014. Duties include pre-licensure curriculum development, development and coordination of clinical sites, program assessment, assisting with skills lab development, classroom and clinical instruction, student advising, professional activities, and committee membership. Some travel required. The nursing program is currently an ACEN (formerly NLNAC) accredited baccalaureate program that is recognized both regionally and nationally for its excellent nursing faculty and high quality graduates.

Qualifications: Doctorally prepared nurse (MSN considered). Prefer three-five years' experience teaching and/or administration in a Pre-licensure Registered Nurse program. Preference given to applicants with Medical-Surgical experience but will consider experience in Maternal-Child or Psychiatric-Mental Health nursing. The position requires knowledge and experience with the Nebraska State Board of Nursing regulations as well as nursing accreditation processes. .

NWU is an equal opportunity employer and supports diversity among its faculty and staff. Application materials: Letter of application, curriculum vitae, transcripts [official, or unofficial], and complete contact information for three references related to teaching abilities. These attachments may be sent electronically to; however a hard copy should also be mailed to: Linda Hardy PhD, RN; Nursing Program Director; Nebraska Wesleyan University; 5000 Saint Paul Avenue; Lincoln, NE 68504. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Nebraska Wesleyan University is an equal opportunity employer and supports diversity among its faculty and staff.

by Shane Turner via