The nursing programs at Northern Arizona University have achieved statewide recognition through a unique educational focus on rural health care, partnerships with community college nursing programs, and leadership using distance technologies. Programs are geared at increasing access to nursing education at both the graduate and undergraduate levels for students in rural communities. Currently, the School of Nursing has distinct options for students seeking baccalaureate, masters and doctoral (DNP) degrees in nursing. Options include a traditional pre-licensure four (4) year option, a twelve-month accelerated BSN option, an RN to BSN option, a concurrent enrollment program partnering with Community Colleges across urban and rural Arizona, and a Personalized Learning Program. We offer the traditional pre-licensure option at a site on the Navajo Nation in Fort Defiance, Arizona, Tucson, and Yuma as well as the main campus in Flagstaff. Our graduate programs are offered in an online format and include a DNP, general master of science in nursing, or a master of science nurse practitioner track.
The faculty member will be responsible for teaching theory and clinical courses in the undergraduate program, including but not limited to a concentration in medical surgical nursing or Peds/OB.
Additionally, this position is eligible to be assigned as the Tucson campus coordinator for NAU’s School of Nursing program. The campus coordinator role is an administrative assignment in addition to the faculty role.
The faculty member is also expected to serve on school committees and advise students.
Must be willing to travel to distant sites.
Minimum Qualifications: Eligible for RN license in Arizona
Associate Clinical Professor—All of the above and:
Earned doctorate in nursing or related Assistant Clinical Professor
BSN or Graduate degree in nursing
Graduate degree in related field
Three years of nursing clinical experience
Prior appointment at the associate level or higher at an institution comparable to NAU, or the equivalent of six years of baccalaureate or higher level teaching at the rank of assistant clinical professor
Minimum of five years clinical nursing practice. Current faculty practice will be considered related to teaching, scholarship and/or service
Significant scholarly or clinical work and/or professional achievements in area of specialization
Record of effectiveness in teaching-related responsibilities at the Associate Clinical Professor level as evidenced by a sustained pattern or rankings at the meritorious or highly meritorious level
Prior nursing teaching experience
Prior experience teaching in baccalaureate nursing education
Prior experience teaching in graduate nursing education
Experience teaching with high-fidelity simulation
Graduate degree in nursing, doctoral degree in nursing or related field preferred
Teaching experience in nursing using distance learning technology
Experience with rural health care
Evidence of commitment to a diverse population
Advanced practice certification
Application Deadline: This vacancy will be open until filled or closed. Review of applications will begin on July 13, 2021.
Annual Salary: Salary is commensurate with rank and experience
Additional Information: This position is anticipated to begin August 16, 2021 at the NAU Tucson campus in Tucson, AZ.
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NAU is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Institution. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.