Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor of Nursing

Appointment Status       Non-Tenure Track

Department       IU Northwest Nursing

Position Summary         

The Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor is a full-time, 10-month, non-tenure track, academic position in the School of Nursing, which is part of the College of Health and Human Services at Indiana University Northwest. The position is a non-tenure track faculty position that is focused on teaching undergraduate/ graduate didactic and clinical nursing courses with a focus on nursing care delivery for diverse populations. Key working relationships include those with other faculty members, as well as with adjunct faculty/preceptors who administer clinical education at the clinical affiliates. The position includes service responsibilities, which may involve participation at the department, division, campus, and/or community level. The position is a 10-month position reporting to the Director of the School of Nursing.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Responsibilities for the position will include teaching undergraduate/graduate didactic and clinical nursing courses; assisting with curricular development, implementation, and evaluation; mentoring to students; community service/shared governance activities; as well as conducting independent and/or collaborative research (required for tenure-track position; encouraged in other ranks).

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