Assistant Professor of Nursing

Coe College seeks qualified applicants for a full-time non-tenure track (NTT) appointment in Nursing beginning August 2024.

Courses taught may include traditional medical surgical adult clinical rotations, general psychomotor skills labs with limited simulation, preceptor clinical supervision, and theory courses. Experience with maternal newborn nursing is preferred but not required.  The candidate will see prospective students, actively engage in student advising and serve on all Nursing Department Committees such as the Curriculum Committee and Admissions, Promotions and Retention Committee as well as college-wide committees as assigned. The candidate must be available outside of instructional time to advise and assist students in their course work. The candidate will maintain specified office hours for students. The Department strongly values commitment to a student-centered approach and a multicultural perspective in teaching, research, and practice. The candidate will demonstrate strong communication, organization and interpersonal skills. MSN degree is required by start date; candidates who can provide evidence of successful teaching and an interest in mentoring undergraduate students will be strongly preferred. Active professional membership is encouraged and evidence of occasional nursing practice (i.e. summers) preferred.  Applicants must be authorized to work for ANY employer in the United States as we are unable to sponsor or take over sponsorship of an employment Visa at this time. 

Department Description:

Coe’s nursing department includes 5 full-time faculty. The department is an integral part of the college. Accredited through CCNE, the Coe College Nursing program has a strong commitment to provide intensive, hands-on clinical experiences for students. The Coe College Nursing Department is proud to attract outstanding and diverse students and has a long history of highly successful outcomes. Teaching requires preparation of course syllabi, course materials appropriate to the modality of delivery, course lectures, discussion topics, and student assignments. NTT faculty are expected to critically evaluate student work and provide constructive and timely feedback as well as remain current in the teaching and learning best practices in nursing academia and the clinical environment.  The NTT faculty will be expected to participate in faculty initiatives to improve instruction through design and revision of the curriculum, creation of new courses (if desired), revision of existing courses, and supervision and support of the scholarship of students. 

Required Qualifications:

  • Completed MSN degree
  • Two years of experience in clinical nursing

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Evidence of ability to teach fundamental and general adult medical surgical nursing clinical courses, and facilitate student learning in adult medical surgical preceptor rotations
  • Student centered approach
  • Multicultural perspective in teaching and practice 
  • Evidence of successful teaching
  • Evidence of an interest in pedagogically related mentoring and advising undergraduate students 
  • Evidence of skill-sets for serving on all department committees and college-wide committees

To apply submit the following:

  • Letter of application
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Diversity statement
    • Describe how you might contribute to an environment which supports diversity, equity, and inclusion. Please provide a statement of how you will promote the value of diversity through your teaching, research, or other contributions to the college or department.
  • Teaching philosophy statement
    • Provide insight into your pedagogical vision. Reflect on how peer and student feedback have improved your teaching methods and effectiveness
  • Graduate transcript
  • Three letters of recommendation 

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Review of applications will continue until position is filled.  

Coe is committed to fostering a multicultural environment and encourages applications from individuals who will help fulfill that goal. We value the input of multiple viewpoints and diverse perspectives and aim to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. Coe College is an equal opportunity employer.