The Department of Nursing seeks an Assistant/Associate Professor of Nursing to support an expanding nursing major. The candidate should enjoy teaching above all other aspects of academia and must bring creative pedagogy to the classroom. He or she will develop/revise curriculum and coordinate clinical laboratory experiences in Adult Health and other courses as needed. Experience in working/teaching in other specialties including maternal/child health, behavioral health and community/population health is highly desired.
These are full time tenure-track positions in the Georgian Court-Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing beginning Spring 2020 semester.
This is a 10 month position.
Integrate the Mercy core values of respect, integrity, compassion, justice and service in all aspects of interaction.
Teach across the curriculum in a BSN program with a focus on Adult Health and other courses in the curriculum as needed using active learning strategies
Develop, implement and assess the clinical laboratory placements
Integrate QSEN, inter-professional and other emerging competencies into teaching and learning
Participate in departmental, university school service;
Collaborate in program development, student recruitment, student remediation, and continuous program assessment and improvement;
Regularly participate in course assessment and program assessment and be willing to make improvements in teaching/advising;
Teach at the Lakewood campus, off site locations, in the evening and weekends
Collaborate with colleagues in on-going off site teaching coverage;
Coordinate on campus and off site clinical learning laboratory activities
Investigate new technology to the nursing faculty to enhance the learning environment for students
Communicate with clinical instructors on the required skills and competencies required of students in a changing health care environment.
Participate in departmental functions such as lectures, Open House, etc; and
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Master's Degree in Nursing required/ Doctoral Degree strongly preferred;
Licensed or eligible for licensure as a RN in New Jersey.
Knowledge and experience in teaching community/population health
Prior experience in nursing in a community health setting
Demonstrated evidence of teaching excellence.
Ability or willingness to learn to use instructional technologies effectively is essential; Familiarity with distance learning is desirable.
Commitment to active, learner centered teaching.
Experience assessing learning outcomes in courses and programs.
Knowledge of nursing curricular design/assessment and BON and/or CCNE accreditation.
Ability to work collaboratively and cooperatively with students and faculty
Strong clinical nursing skillset and recent clinical experience preferred
Internal Number: 124814
About Georgian Court University
Georgian Court University: History, Culture and Academic ExcellenceGeorgian Court University offers more than 30 undergraduate degrees, 10 graduate Founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of New Jersey, Georgian Court University is located in residential Lakewood, New Jersey, on a magnificent 156-acre estate formerly belonging to financier George Jay Gould. The campus is conveniently situated 60 miles from New York and Philadelphia and only 10 miles from the beautiful Jersey Shore. Bordering Lake Carasaljo, the site is a National Historic Landmark with magnificent statuary, beautiful architecture and lush gardens, making it a truly breathtaking and inspiring place to learn, study, and live. After a long history as a women's college with coeducational graduate programs and undergraduate evening programs, Georgian Court has become fully coeducational as of Fall 2013. All degree and certificate programs during the day and evening are now open to both women and men. Open to students of all faiths, Georgian Court University provides comprehensive liberal arts education in the Roman Catholic tradition with a special concern for women. The university offers a curriculum that is broa...d enough to be truly liberal, yet specialized enough to provide in-depth preparation for careers or further study.The unique Georgian Court University atmosphere is one of a small college ambiance in a technologically advanced, highly esteemed university setting. Centered around the core values of the Sisters of Mercy, the university offers an extremely safe and nurturing campus environment with individualized attention and guidance.The Georgian Court faculty is committed to teaching and individual mentoring, with an outstanding 92% holding doctorates or terminal degrees in their field. They are dedicated and caring educators and experts in their respective industries, while demonstrating public service and a personal affinity to our core values—respect, integrity, justice, compassion, and service.degrees, and a variety of certificates in a wide range of areas through our three schools: The School of Arts & Sciences, The School of Business, and The School of Education.Benefits of a Georgian Court University education include: small classes, with a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1; personalized education—faculty members readily available for mentoring ; all classes taught by faculty members, not graduate assistants, and inclusive core values of respect, integrity, justice, compassion, and service.