Primary Purpose of Position
The successful candidate will teach courses in maternal child health and other non-clinical courses in nursing, advise/coach students, engage in a program of scholarship (including publishing in peer reviewed journals and securing research funding) and provide service to the School of Nursing and Health Services, College of Health and Human Sciences, University, and practice and professional communities.
Primary Function of Organizational Unit
The School of Nursing is in the College of Health and Human Sciences with a community of scholars in the disciplines of psychology, social work and sociology and human performance and leisure studies. Nursing offers the bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) through three entry options: traditional, accelerated second degree and RN completion. We prepare our students to become professional nurses with the knowledge and skills needed to provide quality patient-centered care in a dynamic healthcare environment, assume leadership roles in nursing, and pursue graduate education. Faculty use state-of-the art technology to educate nurses based on current theory, research and evidenced based practice. Our students, whether traditional undergraduates, second degree graduates, or practicing RNs, achieve academic excellence within our small classes with flexible schedules and supportive faculty.
Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training, Education
Doctoral degree in Nursing
Three years of clinical experience related to concepts and theories essential in providing nursing care to childbearing families, newborns, and women
Two years experience in nursing education
Nurse Educator Certification
Skills with BlackBoard LMS, Banner INB,
Microsoft Office Software
Required License or Certification
Must hold a current unrestricted license as a registered nurse in North Carolina or have eligibility to obtain North Carolina Registered Nurse License. If candidate is an Advanced Practice Nurse, must hold national certification.