The Master of Science in Nursing
Faculty will work with the Director of Graduate Programs and
existing MSN faculty to plan, develop, implement and teach classes
in the MSN programs of study. The successful candidate will
be an integral member of a dynamic faculty dedicated to preparing
registered nurses to be successful at the highest level of
professional nursing practice.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Model high standards of professional
behavior and communication.
Provide academic and professional
guidance to students in a timely fashion
Demonstrate proficiency in use of
classroom, digital and online resources for teaching and
Plan, develop, and implement highly
effective and engaging learning opportunities for nursing graduate
Meet the diverse needs of Spalding
University students by teaching classes in a variety of formats
(including online, traditional and hybrid) as determined by School
of Nursing faculty workload and student enrollment
Create and maintain course materials
in compliance with regulatory and accrediting parties of interest
for the School of Nursing.
Measure and report student outcomes
through existing School of Nursing Processes
Be an active participant on a minimum
of two School of Nursing committees or councils.
Represent the School of Nursing on
appropriate University committees as needed or requested.
Consistently demonstrate ethical
decision making and advocacy for safe, high quality health care
through membership in national professional nursing
Actively participate in community
service opportunities and include service learning expectations for
students in appropriate course work.
Take accountability for development
of a personal professional development plan to be reviewed annually
with program director.
ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL QUALIFICATION
A Master’s Degree in Nursing is
required. A Doctorate in Nursing Practice or PhD in Nursing
or active enrollment in post graduate DNP or PhD is required.
Must be certified as a Family Nurse
Practitioner with current experience in that role
Active unencumbered nursing license
is required, active, unencumbered APRN license is required
5 years clinical nursing experience
is required. A minimum of 2 years of APRN practice is
2 years of teaching experience is
Demonstrated excellence in
Demonstrated ability to work/lead in
a team environment
Regular or daily contact with
administration, faculty, staff, and students.
Regular contact with the general
Must be able to work with, listen to,
appreciate, and collaborate and lead with diverse populations.