|Chesapeake College offers one full-time nursing position to begin January 2024. The program is a seeking a qualified professional with expertise in medical surgical nursing. Additional experience in pediatric nursing preferred; however, not required.
The successful candidate’s responsibilities will include both classroom (face-to-face) and clinical teaching, engaging in department and college wide service activities, and academic advising. Classroom content includes responsibility for nursing concepts related to each of the above specialty areas and will be assigned according to area of professional expertise. Clinical responsibilities include direct supervision of students in a variety of settings.
Full-time faculty are responsible for the coordination, planning, preparation, presentation, and evaluation of classroom instruction and related activities. Faculty are responsible for performing assigned duties during the day or evening on any Chesapeake College campus (including online or dual-enrollment sites) as assigned. Program leadership (coordination / direction) responsibilities may be integrated into faculty positions. This position reports directly to the responsible Dean or Program Director.
Examples of Duties
Curriculum & Instruction
- Facilitates classes as scheduled in the designated modality
- Available for at least 5 student hours per week (outside of regular instruction) face-to-face or online
- Prepares course documents (syllabi, CCOS, assessment plans, etc.) to include measurable SLO’s and updates as necessary
- Maintains a presence in the Learning Management System (LMS) as required by the college
- Prepares and maintains course materials, textbooks, etc.
- Submits reports in a timely manner (FTE, midterm and final course grades)
- Collects and reports assessment data to the course lead in a timely manner
- Participates in updating course assessment plan(s) as needed (SLOs, targets etc.)
- Participates in the development of the action plan based on assessment data
- Participates in course and/or program-level assessment, when applicable
- Participates in course and/or program review, when applicable
Service to College & Community
- Attends Commencement
- Refer students to appropriate support resources, if needed
- Provide a learning environment that supports student success
- Participates in Student Advising as required by the college
- Maintains on going communication with students to foster student retention and success
- Faculty should maintain regular communication with students
- Assists with recruiting students.
- Participates in Faculty Assembly
- Participates in Departmental, Division, and In-Service Meetings
- Participates in one annually assigned standing faculty or institutional committee designated by the President as fulfilling a faculty member’s committee assignment
- Complete regulatory training as required
- Maintains academic standards in keeping with the policies of the College as specified in the Faculty/Staff Manual and the Faculty Resource Guide
- Maintains level of expertise in field or discipline as stipulated by COMAR
- Attends Faculty Assembly meetings, Commencement, and In-Service sessions
- Remains technologically current with institutional procedures and best practices
Note: Additional duties may be assigned by supervisor
Required: The successful candidate must hold current RN licensure in the state of Maryland, a minimum of a Masters’ Degree in Nursing, and demonstrate a strong foundation in nursing theory and practice. A Masters in Nursing Education or Post – Masters Certificate in Nursing Education is preferred.
- Experience teaching a diverse population of students in a community college setting
- Experience with learning management systems (or the willingness to complete assigned training prior to teaching).
- Exceptional computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite
- Excellent communication, organizational and time management skills
- Ability to work effectively with minimal supervision
- Communication and interpersonal skills as demonstrated by public speaking, training, and presentation
- Evidence of familiarity and/or teaching excellence with adult learners in multiple formats (i.e., online, face-to-face, hybrid)