Part Time Lead Faculty, Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program
Franklin University, located in Columbus, Ohio, is seeking a part-time 12-month, Lead Faculty member for its Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program. The position will require daytime availability and work 24 hours weekly. Responsibilities include: course development; teaching; administrative oversight of courses; hiring, mentoring and managing adjunct faculty; promoting teaching effectiveness; networking and participation in the professional community; and University service/committee work. Faculty members work in collaboration with instructional designers, practitioners in the field, our in-house multimedia group and peers to create adult-centered active-learning courses.
This position requires candidates to possess a terminal degree in Nursing/Nursing Science or related field: PhD, DNP or DNSc (candidates with ABD status may be considered). Certification as an Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner is required and board certification must be maintained. The successful candidate must possess a current, unencumbered RN and NP license in the US. In addition, the candidate must possess at least four years of practical experience in a wide variety of areas within the discipline, including practice as a NP. The successful candidate must maintain current licensure and all certifications for duration of employment. Candidates must have demonstrated success in teaching and learning and have at least two years of prior
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