Job Description Summary:
The CRNA Adjunct Faculty will teach at the graduate level; be
involved in course and/or curriculum development; and be an active
member of program through meeting participation, the admissions
process, orientation, and other program related
Duties and Responsibilities:
Typical duties may include but are not limited to:
Teaches at the graduate level in ADNP courses.
Mentors students completing the DNP Project
- Responsible for the conduct of assigned didactic courses.
- Responsible for planning courses, sequencing, and scheduling;
lecture and coordination of guest faculty; composing and
administering examinations; grading and conducting competency
Conducts clinical teaching and simulation labs.
- Responsible for chairing 1 to 3 DNP projects.
Service to Program, College, and professional
- Assist in the administration of comprehensive (oral and
- Assists simulation activities (planning and implementation)
that are in the curriculum.
Education, Experience and Certifications
- Participation in program, college and (on occasion) university
- Participation in new student orientation activities, program
open houses, admissions, accreditation activities, and special
- Represents the program at the local, state and national meeting
- Maintains effective professional relationships within the
program, the CRNA profession, in the clinical environment and the
- Earned doctorate in nursing or related field from a regionally
- Prelicensure master’s or doctoral degree with a Nurse
Anesthesia major from a regionally accredited institution and
nationally accredited nurse anesthesia program.
- Three or more years of clinical experience in the Certified
Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) role.
- Current unrestricted license as an Advanced Practice
- Current CRNA certification by the National Board of
Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists
- Current BLS, ACLs and PALs certifications
- Experience as a faculty member in a nursing education program
at the College/University level.
- Experience with virtual/distance teaching platform
- Experience with simulation in education.
- Evidence of scholarship leading to professional presentations,
research, and/or publications.
- Service in professional organizations (e.g. membership and / or
The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity,
equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive
campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an
educational imperative to achieve excellence.
- Demonstrated expertise in nurse anesthesia knowledge and
- Strong communication skills
- Demonstrated computer skills using web-based applications and
Microsoft Office Suite.
- Competence in use of technology in teaching and distance
- Interest in collaborating both within and outside the
University in the development and delivery of instruction resulting
in improved student learning.
- Must value continued scholarship and service to the school,
university and community.
Fixed Term (Fixed Term)
United States of America (Exempt)