Rider University invites applications for a Lecturer appointment for nursing faculty in the RN to BSN, MSN, and Post-Master's Nurse Practitioner programs. The Nursing Program is under the College of Education and Human Services in the Graduate Education, Leadership, and Counseling Department. Both Nursing Programs are offered exclusively online. The position will be at the rank of Lecturer to begin on September 1, 2020. The MSN-NP program will launch in Fall 2020 with two concentrations, the Family NP and the Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. This position has a one-year contract renewable for up to six years.
The successful candidate will provide their expertise and guidance for curriculum evaluation of the Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner concentration in the MSN program. Responsibilities will include teaching online in the undergraduate and graduate programs, advising and mentoring of students, supervision of students in clinical practice, and collaboration with faculty and stakeholders in setting the direction of the nursing programs. The successful candidate will be responsible for 24 teaching hours per academic year during the 10-month appointment.
Rider University is a private, coeducational university ranked in the top tier of northern regional universities in the "Best Colleges
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About Rider University
"As a learner-centered University dedicated to the education of the whole student, Rider provides students the intellectual resources and breadth of student life opportunities of a comprehensive university with the personal attention and close student-faculty interactions of a liberal arts college.Through a commitment to high quality teaching, scholarship and experiential opportunities, faculty on both campuses provide undergraduate and graduate students rigorous and relevant programs of study to expand their intellectual, cultural and personal horizons and develop their leadership skills. Our highly regarded programs in the arts, social sciences, sciences, music, business and education challenge students to become active learners who can acquire, interpret, communicate and apply knowledge within and across disciplines to foster the integrative thinking required in a complex and rapidly changing world."