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Full-time Remote Faculty for MSN Program (FNP Option)

Company: Joyce University
Location: Draper
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:

Description:JOB SUMMARY AND OBJECTIVE:Faculty - Full Professors are responsible for and are evaluated on teaching courses as assigned (70%), Boyer Model scholarship (10%), and service (20%), which may include participating in planning, assessing, and strategizing as part of the Nursing department, and other duties as assigned. An initial appointment as a Full Professor requires evidence of having met the requirements for promotion to the Full Professor rank set forth in the Faculty Handbook.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:Full-time Professor (Any Rank, except as noted)All faculty are expected to foster a Student Focused/Student Centered Approach:Interact in a fair and impartial way with students.Support and assess student academic achievement.Motivate students to further their education and professional development.Create a supportive and nurturing learning environment where students feel safe to learn and seek assistance when needed.Provide opportunities outside of class for students to get assistance. (teaching/service)Enforce the college rules as published in the Student Handbook and Joyce CatalogConfer with Asst. Provost of Student Affairs when students are non-responsive or absent from class.Submit grades and records accurately and promptly in accordance with the college grading policy and procedure.Report any course or college-related problems to the Department Director or Chair of Nursing Programs.Comply with all requirements set forth in the Faculty HandbookMaster InstructionAssumes responsibility for all autonomous aspects of individual teaching loads(teaching)Demonstrates expertise in content area (scholarship)Facilitates interactive learning environments (teaching)Incorporates the organizing principles of Joyce University programs into their teaching: evidence-based practice, problem-based learning, and interprofessional practice.Participates in annual trainings on best practices for teaching excellence (Breaking Developments) (teaching/scholarship)Uses data for continuous improvement (teaching/scholarship/service)Didactic, lab, SCE, clinical, and fieldwork curriculum align seamlessly (teaching)Evaluates students and provides documented feedback to students based on course outcomes (teaching)Maintain lifelong learning and content mastery:Participates in annual professional development (scholarship)Commitment to furthering personal education (scholarship)Maintain licensure as required (scholarship)Maintain certifications (scholarship)Commitment to Institution and ProgramContributes to the development, implementation, and evaluation of the program (scholarship/service)Assist with accreditation efforts (service)Attend Institution events (Town Halls, State of the College, Shining Stars Socials, Breaking Developments, Faculty Symposia) (teaching)Follows all institutional policies and procedures (teaching)Completion of all required trainings (teaching)Commitment to Profession/Professional Role ModelMaintain professional licensure(scholarship)Maintain certifications(scholarship)Membership in professional organizations at state and national level, as applicable(scholarship/service)Provide service to professional organizations through committee work, conference planning, serving on boards, lobbying (service)Clinical/Fieldwork Faculty demonstrate professionalism and competence in off-campus learning experiences(service/teaching)Interprofessional education/collaboration(teaching)Participation in professional conferencesAdditional ExpectationsRecord of presentations at conferences (scholarship)Publication, editing, and/or reviewing of scholarly endeavors (service, scholarship)Published and unpublished scholarly and creative work as appropriate including articles, chapters, books, reviews, reports and conference presentations. (scholarship)BEHAVIORS AND COMPETENCIES:Collegial LeadershipCoordinates course activities in subject area; advises and mentors subject area faculty; trains new faculty in policies, procedures, and delivery methods; maintains and ensures compliance with syllabi and learning outcomes in the subject area; performs administrative tasks and troubleshooting as needed for faculty and students in the subject area.Educational StandardsConsults with faculty, employers, accreditors, and other stakeholders to design outcomes and resources that align programs with professional standards; develops ongoing, rigorous program reviews and assessment activities; develops valid and reliable instruments to measure outcomes and continuously improve programs based on results.Technical and Professional Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesAchievement of technical and professional knowledge, skills, and abilities is high in position-related areas; demonstrates curiosity and keeps current with trends in areas of expertise.Communication SkillsEffectively listens, speaks, observes, and empathizes while showing appropriate assertiveness, confidence, and respect. Communicates concepts, ideas, needs, and feelings with appropriate tone, clarity, volume and non-verbal cues for each situation. Demonstrates understanding of differences communicating through face-to-face interactions, phone conversations, and written / digital communications.Work StandardsSets high standards of performance for self, assumes responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments or tasks on time; work demonstrates a high degree of excellence and accuracy.Continuous ImprovementIdentifies opportunities for improvement and originates action to improve existing conditions and processes; uses appropriate methods and systems thinking to implement solutions and measure impact.Teamwork and EngagementParticipates as an active member of the team and works towards common goals; builds positive relationships in the workplace and participates in learning and social functions.Organizational AlignmentModels the behaviors expected of all employees including an adherence to the mission, vision, values, and core themes of the organization, high levels of mutual respect, emotional maturity, professionalism, communication, and a drive for results.Managing OthersEffectively manages others' time and resources. Identifies opportunities for improvement and originates action to improve existing conditions and processes; uses appropriate methods and systems thinking to implement solutions and measure impact. "Performance DevelopmentGuides others in accomplishing work and professional objectives by providing regular coaching and feedback, tracking and evaluating performance, and supporting the development of individuals' skills and abilities so that they can fulfill current or future responsibilities effectively."Creating Collaborative RelationshipsWorks effectively and cooperatively with others and maintains good working relationships within and outside of own functional area; uses appropriate interpersonal styles to promote openness, establish trust, and build confidence in one's intentions.Requirements:Requirements:Doctoral degree in nursingUnencumbered and active RN licensure in state of residence and Utah OR a multistate compact licenseActive certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner Active and unencumbered license as a Family Nurse Practitioner in UT and home state (or ability to obtain UT FNP licensure)At least 3 years of experience as a full-time graduate faculty member teaching FNP students in a role that required the full spectrum of nurse educator knowledge and skills (time spent teaching across graduate and undergraduate programs or an entry-level MSN program does not meet this requirement)At least 3 years of full-time FNP practice experience or the equivalentExperience leading or serving as a member of multiple graduate nursing committeesExtensive experience with curriculum and course development at the graduate levelMust qualify for rank of full professor at Joyce UniversityMust be willing to travel to Draper, UT for one week up to once per semester for Skills and Simulation IntensivePreferred:Leadership experience in FNP educationCNE or Holistic nursing certification A history of scholarly activityExperience with competency-based educationExperience with nursing accreditation (ACEN preferred)Submissions that do not include the following required elements will not be considered:1. A fully completed application2. A current curriculum vitae (submitted as a separate file)3. A cover letter that summarizes how your qualifications fully meet each of the required and/or preferred job requirements (submitted as a separate file)4. Your personal philosophy of teaching and learning (submitted as a separate file)5. Name, email address, and phone number of 3 professional references that can speak to your qualifications and fit for this position (submitted as a separate file)6. Completion of Application Screening QuestionsPI201792486

Keywords: Joyce University, Draper , Full-time Remote Faculty for MSN Program (FNP Option), Other , Draper, Utah

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