Current Tenure-Track and Clinical Faculty Openings
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and contact information for three professional references to email@example.com.
Tenure-Track Faculty to contribute to the College’s research and educational strengths with the vision and experience to advance our global mission and a focus on diversity and health disparities, non-communicable diseases, multiple chronic conditions, HIV/AIDS, psychiatric mental health nursing, aging, health systems/nursing workforce abroad, or educational technology (simulation, design innovation) and evaluation research.
Clinical Full-time Faculty to lead our undergraduate nursing education. Applicants should be prepared to teach in more than one clinical area as well as quality and safety and evidence-based practice. Applicants must have an earned doctorate in nursing or a related field. A demonstrated record of effectiveness in teaching and scholarly productivity as well as skills for collaborative teamwork are required.
Director, Doctor of Nursing Practice to maintain the quality of the academic DNP curriculum through development, implementation, and evaluation. The director collaborates with multiple sites regarding student placements, holds scheduled meetings with faculty and student mentors and is expected to contribute to teaching, service, practice, and scholarship at NYUCN. The incumbent reports to the senior associate dean for academic programs and works closely with program directors. Experience with the application of evidence to clinical practice; scholarship in leadership and health policy preferred. Experience in teaching graduate education and in partnerships between academia and practice. Doctorate (DNP preferred) and a record of thinking creatively and strategically.
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Off-Campus Clinical Instructors must be able to: discuss course learning outcomes with students for each clinical day based on course outcomes, lecture and simulation content identified in course syllabus; assign an appropriate patient assignment as identified by designated course outcomes, with consideration to individual student learning needs; coordinate pre- and post-conference based on course outcomes, lecture, and simulation learning content; provide guidance with nursing interventions, including technical skills, procedures, and therapeutic communication, as needed; demonstrate knowledge about disease processes, including pathophysiology, pharmacotherapuetics, and nursing process; demonstrate an understanding of ethics, cultural diversity, and evidence-based practice; maintain continued oversight of students throughout the clinical day regarding their performance, providing periodic constructive feedback; communicate clinical issues/concerns immediately to Course Coordinator and Faculty Associate; complete each students midterm and final evaluation within 1 week of last clinical; identify students in need of remediation and refer to Clinical Simulation Learning Center remediation; hold students accountable to Technical Standards as part of their academic requirements.
On-Campus Clinical Instructors must be able to: demonstrate ability to implement simulation sessions according to the NYU College of Nursing principles of simulation education; conduct debriefing sessions according to evidence-based standards and NYU College of Nursing guidelines; maintain documentations on student’s performance after each simulation session; facilitate student learning, critical thinking, and problem solving using reflection through the use of simulation; serve as a professional role model for students in dress, communication, and deportment to facilitate student’s socialization into nursing profession; communicate student issues promptly to the course coordinator and the Director of Simulation Learning in order to make appropriate student referrals for remediation or address other student needs.
RWANDA: We are hiring Nurse Educators and Nurse Clinicians. All candidates must be willing to live in Kigali, Rwanda for one year, and the program provides housing and other associated relocation costs. The new year starts August 1, 2016.
The Nurse Educator track position will contribute to the development and roll-out of the new Masters of Science in Nursing at the University of Rwanda. Qualified candidates will be PhD preferred with a minimum of 3 years experience, or a minimum MScN with 5 years of experience in a nursing specialty area.
Working with the Ministry of Health, the HRH Rwanda project aims to build a Rwandan health workforce necessary to create a high quality, sustainable healthcare system in Rwanda. With the commitment to meeting the health needs of its citizens by 2020, the Government of Rwanda, through the Ministry of Health, launched the HRH Program in July 2012. The HRH Program seeks to build the healthcare education infrastructure and workforce necessary to create a high quality, sustainable healthcare system in Rwanda by addressing the country’s most challenging health care obstacles.
We are currently looking for Nurse Educators in the following sub-specialty areas – click here for a more detailed job description:
- Critical care and Trauma
- Medical and Surgical
- Maternal and Neonatal Health
The Nurse Clinician track will be assigned to teaching facilities that serve as clinical placement sites for Rwandan nursing and midwifery students. Each clinical educator will be affiliated with a campus in order to improve the clinical instruction provided to all students. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing and at least 3+ years of experience in the clinical specialty area.
We are currently looking for Nurse Clinicians in the following sub-specialty areas – click here for a more detailed job description:
- Critical Care
- Accident and Emergency
All interested candidates please send a cover letter with you expression of interest, including how/where you learned of this position, and your CV to Nursing.RwandaHR@nyu.edu.
LIBERIA: We are currently collecting expressions of interest and CVs for a Health Workforce Program (HWP) in Liberia.
Working with the Liberian Ministry of Health and various colleges of nursing and midwifery throughout Liberia, this exciting program will be the first year of a seven-year program to build the capacity of nursing and midwifery education and practice throughout the country.
All candidates must be willing to live in Liberia for a one-year period and have a willingness to live in low resource communities, with various postings in remote rural areas. Housing and associated relocation costs will be covered by the program.
Current positions that we are looking to fill, contingent on the successful program award and based on the availability of funding, include Nursing and Midwifery Faculty serving both in classroom and clinical settings in both undergraduate and graduate programs.
Qualifications: Master’s degree preferred and Doctoral degree required for certain posts; Specialty areas of practice include: Midwifery, Adult Nursing, Pediatrics, Anesthesia and Nursing Education.
All interested candidates please send a cover letter with you expression of interest, including how/where you learned of this position, and your CV to Nursing.LiberiaHR@nyu.edu.
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