Affirmative Action No.:: 16Y116
Department:: College of Nursing & Health Teaching
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate: Negotiable
Teach undergraduate and graduate students in both classroom and clinical settings.
Earned Master’s in Nursing and doctorate degree by start date. 2 years nursing experience. Clinical area of expertise in medical-surgical, OB/GYN, or pediatric nursing and currency of practice. Ohio nursing license earned or eligible prior to start date.
Associate Professor: Established record of scholarship with 3-4 peer-reviewed publications and at least 1 funded grant. Professor: established record of scholarship in addition to those used to achieve Associate rank; in addition, scholarly activities involve national reputation established by presentations at regional, national and/or international venues, publications and funded grants.
An established record of scholarship and teaching experience in undergraduate/graduate education.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
1. Teach undergraduate and graduate students in both classroom and clinical settings. (60%)
2. Scholarly and creative endeavors, including research, publications, and presentations. (20%)
3. Academic service at the college and university levels, as well as service to the profession. (20%)
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