The University at Buffalo School of Nursing (SON) invites applicants for a clinical faculty position. This is a full time (12 month) appointment to teach in the SON in Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) programs. The faculty may also teach in the undergraduate program.
- Classroom and online didactic teaching.
- Mentoring, supervising and evaluating students in clinical and simulated learning environments.
- Planning, developing and implementing evidence-based, innovative, and interactive learning experiences for students within classroom and clinical learning environments.
Additional responsibilities include:
- Maintaining clinical nursing expertise and adhering to ethical and professional nursing standards of practice.
- Complying with State, University, Clinical Agency, Accrediting Agencies and professional regulations and requirements.
- Utilizing effective communication skills, both verbal and written, across the spectrum with students, faculty, staff, community partners and interdisciplinary roles.
- Collaborating with faculty to plan, design, implement, and lead classroom, laboratory/simulated, and community practical student learning experiences.
- Establishing collaborative and positive working relationships that respect the dignity, worth, and culture of students, faculty, staff, colleagues, peers, patients, families, communities, agency nurse managers, and interdisciplinary agency teams and staff.
- Participating in agency/organizational/unit orientations.
- Assisting students with the transfer, utilization, and synthesis of knowledge into current learning activities and practical experiences through establishment of physical and emotional environments conducive to effective teaching and learning.
- Establishing early intervention/remediation through specific written guidance and referral for activities to facilitate academic success in students demonstrating unsafe advanced nursing practice and/or who lack clinical preparation.
- Supporting incoming student selection, recruitment initiatives and school of nursing activities.
We are particularly looking for candidates who can operate effectively in a diverse community of students and faculty and share our vision of helping all constituents reach their full potential. We are committed to developing an excellent and diverse community of scholars and students engaged in education, research, and service. We encourage applications from women, members of historically marginalized groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
About UB School of Nursing
Founded in 1936, UB School of Nursing is a leader in high-quality nursing education and research in a dynamic university setting. Our mission is to foster an inclusive and diverse environment of academic and scholarly excellence that develops nurse leaders who will improve the health and wellness of local, national and global communities. Our undergraduate programs prepare nurses for expanded professional roles in an increasingly complex and evolving health care environment, and our graduate and advanced certificate programs prepare clinicians, researchers, educators and leaders to provide complex care across settings, educate the next generation of nurses, and advance nursing and health care knowledge.
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About University at Buffalo, School of Nursing
The University at Buffalo is consistently recognized as one of the world’s most exceptional, most affordable universities, making it a top choice for students and faculty around the globe.