Full-Time Ranked Faculty-DNP Program Nurse Anesthesia Track (Practice track – non-tenured)
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Under the direct supervision of the Director of the CRNA Program, this full-time faculty member will be teaching onsite in Baltimore and responsible for developing and teaching courses specifically for the program at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. This full-time CRNA faculty member of the School of Nursing will have all the rights and responsibilities of a faculty appointment. Specifically, this full-time faculty member will be responsible for:
- Participates in the admissions process of the nurse anesthesia program,
- Develop and maintain clinical sites and simulation experiences
- Curriculum development, implementation including developing student learning outcomes.
- Provides classroom and clinical instruction, counseling to students involved in clinical incidents and develops appropriate remediation plans and disciplinary actions.
- Assist the Program Director in obtaining and maintenance of accreditation by the Council on Accreditation for Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA).
- Assists with the development and execution of the budget for the program that is fiscally sound and generates revenue for the School and the Program.
- Maintain student records in accordance with the COA and NBCRNA.
- Develops and maintains financial mechanisms and grants to support the program such as HRSA.
- Maintaining an active practice as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist up to 20% of the faculty workload.
- Obtain a dual appointment within the School of Medicine and obtain privileges within the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine as an unencumbered CRNA. Note: twenty percent of the workload will be in clinical practice.
- Develop relationships with the Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Quality and Safety (AIQS) and align the Program with the AIQS for the strategic benefit of the Program and the Johns Hopkins Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine.
- Develop relationships with the Anesthesiology residency program and innovate/collaborate in new ways that promote interprofessional education opportunities.
- Participate in School of Nursing and University events including fundraising events
- Participates in local, state, and national professional organizations.
- Presents at local, state, and national professional conferences, assists with soliciting grants for the program and participates as a member of AANA.
Scholarship is embedded in all elements of the role of full-time faculty members: research, practice, and teaching.
Research/ Scholarship (Every faculty member will)
- Have a focused area of research.
- Publish and present in this area annually.
- Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., research grants).
Professional Practice (Every faculty member will)
- Maintain knowledge and skills in their area of clinical expertise (direct care, coordinator of care, staff development-continuing education, health policy, consultation.
- Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., salary support).
Teaching (Every faculty member will)
- Teach every semester during the academic year (summer, fall, spring).
- Advise students (i.e., guide and/or encourage scholarship).
- Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., training grants, new students, lecturers).
Academic/ Community Service (Every faculty member will)
- Serve as a member or leader of SON committees, University committees, and/or hospital/agency committees.
- Participate in Faculty Assembly.
- Participate in the Faculty Mentoring Plan.
- Participate actively in University and SON functions (i.e., commencement, induction ceremonies, open houses, career day, and recruitment activities).
- Participate actively in professional organizations (i.e., Sigma Theta Tau, ANA, NLN, and specialty groups).
- Participate actively in community groups whose mission relates directly to that of the School of Nursing.
- Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., use community and Professional networking to bring potential donors into the Development Office).
- Education: Doctoral Degree in Nursing or a related field.
- Experience: 2 years of clinical experience minimum.
- Licensure/Certification: RN and APRN/Certified registered nurse anesthetist.
You will be expected to meet all the responsibilities of the School of Nursing. With respect to courses to which you are assigned to teach, you will be expected to prepare for and be present at all clinical or classroom instructional activities and at all scheduled class meeting times and at all meetings relating to the courses you are assigned to teach (e.g.: Blackboard training, orientation, course and clinical preparation meetings). You are also required to be licensed as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist in the State of Maryland. Recent experience as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist is required. Failure to meet these expectations will be a factor in reappointment decisions. Experience working with a diverse faculty, student, and staff community is encouraged.
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