Extended on 7/11/2022: School of Nursing still has remaining vacancies for Fall 2022.
The NIU School of Nursing is led by dedicated faculty who are committed to bringing you the most current evidence-based methods of instruction. Our vision is to become leaders in research and practice to improve patient outcomes here in DeKalb, throughout the state, and globally.
The School of Nursing invites applications for nursing instructor positions in order to create a pool for advance and short-notice hiring based on program demand. Nursing instructors provide instruction in classroom, clinical and online formats and develop lesson plans that meet provided student learning outcomes.
This is a part or full-time temporary instructor position – Start dates vary based on program needs.The instructor is responsible for educating undergraduate and graduate nursing students through classroom, clinical or online instruction.
Applicants will be required to provide "in person" instruction.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Teach academic coursework and/or provide clinical instruction
Develop lesson plans that meet provided student learning outcomes
Establish and maintain a civil, productive, inclusive and stimulating learning environment
Support and enforce academic and administrative policies
Minimum Required Qualifications
Previous experience as a nursing instructor
Nursing education degree or certificate
Experience in pediatric or mental health nursing
Advanced Practice Nursing certification
Instruction will be "in person"