The Faculty of the Campbell University Department of Nursing are integral to the actualization of program objectives and the provision of quality education to students. Faculty develop and implement the curriculum to promote the development of the knowledge, skills, and values deemed essential for safe, quality nursing care in a complex and changing environment. Campbell University will educate, in a Christian environment, a generalist nurse to practice in collaborative care settings with a focus on the needs of rural and underserved populations.
Nursing faculty members are responsible to the Chair and Director of the School of Nursing and to the Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Academic rank and tenure track status will depend upon education and experience.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Fulfills faculty workload requirements through teaching, course-related advisement and role as Course Director.
Works with the Assistant Director to plan clinical experiences for students.
Evaluates theoretical and clinical components of students’ instruction.
Serve as a role model and faculty advisor for students.
Supports evaluation and quality improvement for the Department.
Assumes responsibility as Course Director for Nursing Practice of Women & Children.
Assumes responsibility for a clinical group of students or comparable work effort as part of departmental workload calculation.
Assumes role of Course Director for non-clinical courses within the plan of study as necessary.
Informs essential communication, monitors and evaluates annually the clinical instructors and/or clinical preceptors utilized for student experiences.
Promotes excellence in education with evidence based, active teaching strategies.
Maintains satisfactory relationships with cooperating agencies. Seeks out and evaluates new clinical resources.
Participates in Department of Nursing (BSN Curriculum, Admission, Progression and Graduation) and campus-wide and committees as assigned.
This position demands accuracy, honesty, integrity and the ability to work within the Christian mission of Campbell University.
Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor at all times.
Other duties, responsibilities and activities may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
Prefer recent didactic and clinical experience with pre-licensure nursing students.
Master’s Degree with nursing major required.
Doctorate in nursing or related field preferred.
Experience in a higher education is preferred.
Experience as a Nurse Midwife is viewed as positive.
Licensure as a North Carolina Registered Nurse.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
2 years of recent professional nursing experience.
Evidence that demonstrates ongoing professional development.
Communicate effectively to all groups through both oral and written channels.
Maintain strict confidentiality and attention to detail are essential.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and the Internet
Demonstrate tact, a positive attitude, courtesy and discretion in dealing with trustees, faculty, staff, students, high-level university officials and the public.
Work independently as well as function effectively in a team and within a diverse group of people.
Exercise independent judgment in complex and new situations.
Manage multiple, concurrent projects, and meet strict deadlines.
Detail-oriented and willing to work in a changing environment.
Broad knowledge of Campbell University policies and procedures, including, but not limited to; Title IX, HIPAA, and FERPA guidelines.
Internal Number: 001
About Campbell University School of Nursing
The Catherine W. Wood School of Nursing at Campbell University is designed to provide students with the training and education necessary to enter the workforce as a registered nurse. Campbell is dedicated to helping students become the best health care professionals they can be by offering interprofessional education opportunities, top of the line training facilities, and first-hand experience with rural health care needs.
According to the Health Resources and Services Administration, the supply of registered nurses is projected to exceed demand in 34 states; however, 16 states will likely experience a nursing shortage through 2025, including North Carolina and South Carolina. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing data show that 79% of employers are now requiring or expressing a strong preference for nurses with a baccalaureate degree.
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