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Part-Time Visiting Professor, Anatomy and Physiology, Addison, IL Campus
Chamberlain College of Nursing

Date Posted Jun. 1, 2018
Title Part-Time Visiting Professor, Anatomy and Physiology, Addison, IL Campus
University Chamberlain College of Nursing
Department General Education/Natural Sciences
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Addison, IL
    United States
  • Adjunct/Visiting Professor
  • Physiology/Human Physiology
    Anatomy & Applied Anatomy
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part time teaching opportunities in Anatomy & Physiology at our campus in Addison, IL. Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!

Opportunity at a Glance:

Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today? Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you'll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals. From individual instructor support and student-led study groups to diverse clinicals and career networking opportunities, the Chamberlain community shares a common goal: to give each other the care we need to succeed and make a difference by transforming healthcare.

The subject matter under consideration is Anatomy & Physiology I and II. The typical course of instruction may include:

BIOS-251: Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab
This course is the first in a four-course sequence in which human
anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach.
Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function
at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include basic
anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental
concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary
and skeletal systems.

BIOS-252: Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab
This course is the second in a four-course sequence in which human
anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach.
Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function
at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include
fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous
systems, special senses and the endocrine system.

A&P I courses meet twice a week for eight weeks: 11:00AM-2:00PM Tuesday and 11:00AM to 1:00PM Thursday

A&P II courses meet twice a week for eight weeks: 8;00AM-11:00AM Tuesday and 8:00AM-10:00AM Thursday.

The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.
If you are passionate about helping others learn and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.

In this role, you will:
  • Become part of a dynamic team of educational professionals, teaching Nursing Students in a dynamic classroom/online hybrid setting
  • Implement and embrace Chamberlain College's Care philosophy, curriculum and course objectives by engaging students
  • Establish an environment conducive to student engagement by effectively planning and preparing for classes, responding quickly to student requests for assistance and ensuring that students enjoy a powerful learning experience
  • Identify opportunities to enhance student engagement through collaboration with colleagues who provide academic and professional guidance
  • Promote student success by demonstrating a flexible style and exhibit a passion for teaching by devoting time and energy to develop scholarly excellence
  • Engage with a diverse student body comprised of a variety of ages, cultural backgrounds, ethnicities and academic preparation
  • Foster a positive learning environment by keeping accurate records, submitting grades on time, and enforcing academic and attendance policies
  • Participate in curriculum development discussions, support campus events including orientation and graduation, open houses
  • Enhance the learning environment by engaging in research, scholarship, service and academic advising

You are encouraged to explore this opportunity if you:
Earned a master's or doctorate degree in Anatomy & Physiology or closely related field (D.C., etc.) with a minimum of 18 or more graduate credit hours earned directly in ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Must have at least 15-credit hours of higher education teaching experience
Possess genuine passion for nursing, education, and lifelong learning
Have exceptional subject matter expertise as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills
Are eager to serve students and colleagues with passion, respect and care
Operate with a sense of responsibility and purpose with the desire to enrich colleagues, students and the broader community
Have a strong work ethic, learn from mistakes, build positive spirit and always look for a better way
Put the team first, appreciate diverse points of view, assume positive intent, collaborate and communicate openly
Are able to provide official transcripts for all earned degrees from a regionally accredited institution

We are an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today!

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applying for or inquiring about this job announcement.

Contact Information

    General Education/Natural Sciences
    Chamberlain College of Nursing


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