Assistant Professor w/o Doctorate

Location US-TN-MEMPHIS
Posted Date 3 months ago(3/23/2021 10:26 AM)
Position Code
2453
Day Shift
Yes
Night Shift
No
Rotating Shift
No
Evenings
No
Status
Regular Full-Time
Department
CS BSN

Overview and Responsibilities

Qualified faculty for undergraduate Baccalaureate nursing education specialized in maternal newborn nursing. 

·       Educates students in: general education core; and/or health studies; and/or professional courses by providing instructional experiences that support mission and goals of College and/or program

·       Assesses educational outcomes and uses data to revise curriculum and instructional methodology with goal of ensuring competent entry-level practitioners and good citizens.

·       Under the administrative direction of the Academic Dean and/or general direction of the Program Chair.

·       Position may require hours beyond the 8-hour workday

Main Activities

 

Qualifications

Master’s Degree in the teaching or professional discipline or in a related discipline with a minimum of eighteen (18) graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline plus work or teaching experience equivalent to three (3) years of college teaching in the discipline; or

Master’s Degree in a related or academically appropriate discipline and the terminal degree/certificate in the professional discipline plus work or teaching experience equivalent to three (3) years of college teaching in the discipline; or

Earned doctorate from an accredited institution in the teaching or professional discipline and evidence of potential ability in instruction;

Good character, mature attitude and stable personality;

Promise of excellence in teaching and in scholarly or creative works;

Participation in professional organizations;

Growth towards academic maturity.

Current license/certification to practice in the State of Tennessee as appropriate to professional practice areas.

 

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