DUTIES: Provide didactic in-class and online instruction to both undergraduate and graduate students in content area specific to specialization in Obstetrics. Prepare a syllabus for the assigned course using College of Nursing (CON) template; review course syllabus and course requirements with students; teach course content using current best evidence; attend class at the scheduled time. Prepare, administer and grade exams and other course requirements; review assignments with students and advise in accordance with SUNY CON academic policies. Communicate with Program Director and Associate Dean regarding students' ongoing progress; submit final course grades to Associate Dean in a timely manner. Orient students to the patient care unit, hospital/agency, policies and procedures and appropriate patient record and documentation systems. Conduct a clinical pre and post conference with students to the specific roles and responsibilities. Assign students to patients, review clinical objectives and criteria with students and assign students to interpersonal case presentation. Provide and guide student as it relates to College of Nursing clinical policies; evaluate students' clinical performance and submit these to the clinical coordinator; communicate with clinical coordinator, program directors and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Community Partnerships. (DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE ABOVE POSITION DESCRIPTION) QUALIFICATIONS: Required: Criteria with documentation/evidence: - Current New York State License in his/her discipline. Master's Degree in Nursing; minimum of 2-4 years of continuous clinical nursing/didactic experience in area of specialization. - Minimum 2-4 years of teaching in area of specialty; graduate level teaching experience and record of research and scholarship commensurate with academic rank. Preferred: - Doctoral Degree in his/her area of specialty. - Evidence of independent and collaborative research and extramural funding; leadership/management experience in academia, professional and community organizations are highly desirable. - Simulation lab experience is preferred. Closing Date: Open Until Filled STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
Internal Number: 20704
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