Clinical Assistant Professor
The faculty of the school of nursing have as their primary responsibility, the teaching of assigned nursing courses each semester and the provision of appropriate clinical supervision in a variety of settings. Faculty are expected to engage in scholarship and service. Service includes serving on the CONHS, University, and professional/community committees.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Teach assigned nursing courses.
- Supervise student clinical experiences.
- Evaluate students’ progress in course work and clinical experiences.
- Complete all administrative aspects of courses taught.
- Maintain office hours as required by academic teaching load, but not less than six hours per week.
- Advise students throughout their program of studies as appropriate.
- Plan, develop, implement and evaluate the curriculum as appropriate.
- Serve on and participate in college and university committees.
- Initiate and participate in scholarly and professional activities at the local, state and national levels.
Provide service to the community through participation in the planning and presentation of various programs focused on promoting the increased well-being of the community.
- Work with Program Director and Co-Program Director and Office of Institutional Technology to develop an online FNP curriculum
- Develop FNP online courses that meet Quality Matters certification
- Teach assigned courses and supervise students in clinical practicum in the FNP program
- Work with project team to ensure goals and objectives are achieved
- Meet with project team at least once a month to report student progress
- Ensure adherence to all applicable institutional, state and federal requirements
- Participate in student recruitment and other activities for program improvement.
- Doctorate degree in Nursing either DNP or PhD.
- National certification in Family Nursing Practice (FNP)
- Two or more years of teaching experience with at least two years online teaching either at the undergraduate or graduate level in nursing.
- One or more years of clinical nursing experience.
Registration, Certification, or Licensure:
- For those faculty members who are advanced practice nurses, maintain and meet all certification requirements for their specialty.
- Unrestricted/unencumbered license to practice registered nursing within the state of Texas.
- Evening and weekend work may be required, and travel to the clinical sites, etc.
- Job position is physically located on the TAMIU campus.
Completed application must include all requested documents
First review of applications will begin on October 22, 2021. This search will remain open until position is filled. This position is to start Late Fall 2021 or Spring 2022. This is an on-campus position on the Texas A& M International University campus.