Professor, Graduate Nursing
Mount St. Joseph University (the Mount) is accepting applications for a full-time faculty position to join the Department of Nursing faculty team beginning January 2024. The nursing program at the Mount has nearly 100 years of providing high-quality nursing education to the local and regional communities of southwestern Ohio. The Mount has a rich tradition of educating caring, competent, and compassionate nurses.
The Department of Nursing at the Mount offers programs at the bachelor, master, and doctoral levels. The University seeks individuals with experience teaching traditional and adult nursing students and can teach across programs. University courses are offered in face-to-face and blended/online learning formats using the Blackboard Learning Management System.
The ideal candidates will have the following:
- A doctoral degree in nursing or a related field (DNP, PhD, or EdD strongly preferred); MSN is required.
- A minimum of two years of clinical experience.
- Eligibility for/or possess an active, unencumbered Ohio Registered Nurse license.
- Proven expertise and leadership in nursing (mental health and medical-surgical nursing experience preferred).
- Previous college/university teaching experience at both the undergraduate/graduate level (preferred).
- Experience with online/face-to-face/hybrid/blended learning (preferred).
Academic rank and salary are commensurate with the applicant's qualifications and experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The general responsibilities of all teaching faculty are described in the University of Mount St. Joseph EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK, which is available on the website.
The specific responsibilities of all teaching faculty in the Department of Nursing include:
THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING FOUNDATIONAL FACULTY RESPONSIBILITIES
- Supports the Mission of the University and the Mission, Philosophy, and Strategic Plan of the Department of Nursing;
- Participates in regular, special, and standing committees and other activities of the Department of Nursing and School of Health Sciences;
- Contributes to the development, evaluation, and revision of the nursing curricula utilizing the Organizing Framework for Effective Learning, the Overall and Specific Program Outcomes, the curriculum plan, and each faculty member's experience and specialization in nursing;
- Participates in identifying and ordering appropriate library and other media materials pertinent to the curriculum;
- Contributes to the development and revision of departmental and student policies in relation to administration, admission, retention, evaluation, progression, and graduation.
- Assists in the development and evaluation of the Department's Strategic Plan, including budget planning and quality improvement initiatives;
- Acts in accord with the Department's professional and ethical standards as developed and enunciated by the Faculty body;
- Accepts leadership responsibilities within the Department;
- Represents the Department of Nursing at the Department, University, and external community levels;
- Participates in the recruitment of qualified faculty and students;
- Supervises the activities of teaching assistants, as appropriate.
THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING FACULTY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Within the classroom setting:
- Selects, plans, organizes, and implements learning experiences in assigned courses, which assist students to meet course and program outcomes;
- Demonstrates thorough knowledge of the subject matter;
- Demonstrates an ability to integrate related content areas;
- Uses creativity in developing an interactive learning environment;
- Evaluates students based on course outcomes, identifies strengths and areas needing improvement, and facilitates the development of strategies for improvement and mastery of the subject area.
- Within the clinical setting
- Facilitates integration of theory and evidence-based practice;
- Makes assignments relevant to course outcomes and student's learning needs;
- Identifies and evaluates agencies used for clinical laboratory experiences;
- Establishes and maintains a cooperative working relationship with consumers, clinical agencies, and personnel;
- Communicates goals for students' clinical practice according to specified criteria;
- Evaluates students based on course outcomes, identifies strengths and areas needing improvement, and facilitates the development of strategies for improvement and mastery of clinical skills.
THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING FACULTY ACADEMIC ADVISING RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Interprets University, School, Department and Program policies for students;
- Facilitates clarification and/or validation of course requirements, Program, School, University, and agency policies when communicating with students;
- Posts regularly scheduled times for student conferences and advising sessions;
- Maintains professional boundaries and sets limits with students;
- Makes appropriate referrals and assists students to seek professional counseling and remedial opportunities when necessary.
A demonstrated ability and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- A Doctorate in Nursing or a related field (strongly preferred); MSN is required.
- A minimum of two years of clinical experience.
Mount St. Joseph University offers a wide array of benefit options, to meet the financial, educational, health, and wellness needs of you and your family. Eligibility varies by position and FTE.
- Tuition Remission for you and your family.
- Retirement contributions up to 7% of your salary.
- Excellent benefits including medical, employer HSA contributions, dental, vision, life, parental leave.
- Generous PTO.
- 16 paid holidays.
- Competitive salaries.
- Opportunity to work in a dynamic and inclusive educational environment.
- Professional development opportunities.
To apply, please upload a cover letter, resume, and contact information with three professional references via Paycom.
A review of resumes will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Mount St. Joseph University is an Equal Opportunity Employer