Texas A&M University College of Nursing is accepting applications for three full-time non-tenure track Lecturer positions in Bryan, Texas. This position will teach undergraduate BSN courses for the Bryan campus. The faculty position is a full-time non-tenure track position at the rank of Lecturer and is expected to have a 9-month appointment with a potential summer contract and begin on January 1, 2022.
The College of Nursing offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Traditional, Second degree, and RN to BSN), MSN-Family Nurse Practitioner, MSN-Nursing Education, and MSN-Forensic Nursing degree programs. Future plans include DNP and PhD programs. We are a growing college within Texas A&M University with programs located in Bryan, Texas (primary location) and Round Rock, Texas.
The College of Nursing is one of five colleges that comprise the Texas A&M Health Science Center. Drawing from our vast network of scientists, educators and clinical partners, we educate highly qualified graduates who are equipped to address the health needs of an ever-changing population in Texas, the nation, and the world. Texas A&M University is located in the twin cities of Bryan and College Station, TX. Texas A&M University is home to over 64,000 students and is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities.
All Lecturer track faculty are expected to teach as their primary responsibility. Instruction in the college of nursing is complex, given the practice nature of the discipline, and includes content and clinical mastery. These expectations are broadly described as expectations to:
Develop new courses according to curriculum and accreditation standards.
Prepare course materials and examinations that are current, evaluated, and revised to improve student learning.
Teach effectively in the classroom, clinical settings, and/or online environment.
Select and manage quality clinical learning experiences in a variety of settings.
Provide competent clinical supervision of students.
Evaluate student performance effectively.
Advise and mentor students for academic success.
Maintain posted office hours.
Collaborate with and mentor faculty peers.
Maintain clinical currency and relevant certifications
All faculty are expected to participate in service activities to the University, the college, and to the profession. Service activities include college and university committees, participate in accreditation or self-study writing, advisement of student organizations, and clinical practice, if is part of the assigned faculty role.
Faculty committed to diversity, equity and inclusion are desired.
The anticipated started date is 1/01/2022.
Minimum degree required is a Master of Science in Nursing.
Experience teaching at the baccalaureate or higher, is required.
Two or more years of recent nursing practice experience is required.
Undergraduate clinical teaching experience.
Experience in one or more of the following areas:
o Maternal child
Required Registrations, Certifications and Licenses:
Candidate must hold a current RN license or privilege to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Texas.
Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification.
A cover letter that includes a summary of the candidate’s interest in and qualifications for the position.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement (1 page)
A current curriculum vita that includes a list of courses taught including format (e.g., face to face, online, hybrid)
Teaching, Scholarship and Service Statement (3 pages)
Contact information for three professional references
Applications are only accepted online. The position is open until filled. Review of applications will begin immediately upon submission.
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Additionally, employees must know University and System policies and procedures. As stated in System Regulation 08.01.01: Civil Rights Compliance, when alleged or suspected discrimination, sexual harassment or retaliation is experienced, observed by, or made known to an employee, that employee is responsible for reporting that information in a timely manner to the appropriate contact as outlined in the regulation and 08.01.01.M1: Civil Rights Compliance.
Procedures related to discrimination, sexual harassment, or related retaliation allegations are initiated by filing a complaint with the appropriate Official Contact of Texas A&amp;amp;amp;M University in accordance with Section 1.1 of Rule 08.01.01.M1, Civil Rights Compliance.
Texas Labor Code 21.010 requires that all State employees receive mandatory Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) training within 30 days of employment. The Code further requires that each employee must complete supplemental EEO training every two years. This includes all employees, student employees, part-time employees, and seasonal or temporary workers.
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