This is an excellent opportunity for an Adjunct Instructor to join
our highly engaged faculty in the Department of Nursing, bachelor’s
degree program. In this role, the successful candidate will teach
undergraduate courses to students seeking to gain theoretical
knowledge and practical skills in the areas of general nursing
- Community Health
- Psych-Mental Health
- Obstetric Nursing/Maternal Child Health
As an integral and vital part of our teaching staff, the successful
candidate will provide students with unique and valuable
perspectives by helping them to develop critical thinking,
communication, and therapeutic nursing skills within the framework
of transcultural nursing.
Note: We are looking for adjunct faculty that can teach on-site
classes at the San Diego, Los Angeles
campuses. The Adjunct Faculty may also provide
clinical instruction at various clinical sites in the San Diego,
Los Angeles, or Fresno area.
- Efficiently deliver didactic and/or clinical instruction to
- Plan and deliver an effective classroom experience, in a
variety of settings, that promotes learning of course/program
- Effectively engage students, utilizing a variety of teaching
- Evaluate students in classroom and clinical settings utilizing
effective educational methods and tools.
- Grading assignment and responding to student inquiries within
48 hours of assignment submission.
- Providing timely feedback to students’ questions and
- Communicate effectively with students, staff and faculty, both
verbally and through written communication.
- Focus on student-centered learning in all aspects of
- Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from a nationally or regionally
- At least one year of continuous clinical bedside nursing
experience in an acute care setting (Med-Surg, Pediatrics,
Geriatrics, Psych-Mental Health, OB) within the last 5 years, or at
least one year of clinical teaching experience within the last 5
- Must have a current and unencumbered CA Registered Nursing
- Must reside and be eligible to work in the United States.
Materials needed for submission:
- A master of science degree in nursing (MSN) or terminal degree
(Ph.D. in Nursing or DNP) from a nationally nursing accredited or
regionally accredited university.
- One year of teaching experience in a Nursing program.
- Previous experience teaching adult learners onsite, online, or
- Resume / Curriculum Vitae.
- Unofficial Transcripts.
- Licenses and certificates.
- Cover Letter highly preferred.
If selected, candidates with international degrees may be required
to submit translation/degree evaluation from our approved
National University offers an opportunity to work in an innovative
environment that supports diversity.
National University (NU) is proud to be an equal opportunity
employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against any employee
or applicant for employee per applicable federal, state and local
laws. At NU, a diverse mix of highly talented, innovative, and
create people come together to make the impact of a lifetime for
each of our student learners. All qualified applicants will receive
equal consideration for employment, education, and admission at
National University. We are focused on equality and believe deeply
in diversity of race, color, ancestry, age, family care status,
veteran status, marital status, creed, religion, sex, gender,
sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, and other
legally protected group status.