The Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics (BNHI) department within The University of Washington School of Nursing invites applications for the position of Senior Lecturer, Part-Time, 9-month appointment in the DNP program. A seasoned and collaborative faculty work together with a network of adult/gerontology preceptors in clinical practice sites throughout the Puget Sound and greater Washington State in both urban and rural settings. The anticipated start date is September 16, 2019. This is a 3-year appointment (renewable) at variable FTE, with 50% or greater preferred, not tenure eligible. Salary will depend on qualifications.
This position primarily includes teaching responsibilities for graduate AGNP courses. Other graduate and undergraduate program teaching responsibilities may also be possible. Applicant must demonstrate excellence in facilitating critical thinking and integration of research through teaching activities to include academic courses, classroom and clinical teaching, and continuing education. In addition to teaching, the faculty participates in advisory student committee roles, connected teaching and program building with the AGNP faculty team
Earned Doctorate in Nursing (Doctor of Nursing Practice or Doctor of Philosophy)
Current board certification as an Adult or Adult/Gerontology NP
Current, active, unrestricted ARNP licensure in WA State
3 or more years' experience teaching in AGNP graduate program, for example: advanced health assessment, clinical seminar courses, DNP final project, didactic evaluation and management courses.
Exemplary student course evaluations and peer teaching evaluations
Demonstrated leadership in mentoring AGNP students, clinical faculty and preceptors
Applicants will apply online via the Interfolio link to upload a letter of interest, CV and a one page diversity statement that describes your potential to contribute to the inclusive excellence and diversity mission of the department and university, as well as our commitment to being an anti-racist institution. Preferred formats are DOC/DOCX, PDF, PPT/PPTX. The letter should be addressed to Dr. Margaret Heitkemper, Professor and Chair, Biobehavioral Nursing and Health Informatics.
Priority consideration will be given to those whose materials are received by April 7, 2019.
Interested individuals are directed to contact the chair of the search committee, Dr. Hilaire Thompson (email@example.com) with questions about the position.
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