Clinical faculty hired under this PVL will have C basis (9 month) appointments and be responsible for undergraduate (traditional and accelerated programs) instruction and evaluation of student learning in the classroom, in simulated care environments, and through experiential learning in acute care and community health settings in academic year and summer terms. Assignment to teach in graduate programs (Doctor of Nurse Practice or PhD) is also possible depending on expertise, qualifications, and program need. Clinical faculty collaborate with colleagues in course and curriculum development, improvement, and evaluation. Clinical faculty engage in service activities aimed at accomplishing the mission and strategic vision of the School of Nursing including committees and taskforces. Clinical faculty pursue scholarly activities individually or in scholarship teams that advance nursing science, education, or practice. Clinical faculty contribute to School of Nursing and University of Wisconsin-Madison goals for diversity and inclusive excellence.
Teach in baccalaureate (accelerated, traditional, and AD to BSN completion) or DNP programs as appropriate to expertise and program need.
Teach using strategies to include active learning, simulated experiential learning, and clinical experiential learning in hospital or other health care settings or in community care situations as required by course assignments.
Collaborate with other faculty on curriculum and course planning at the graduate and undergraduate levels, using concept- based teaching strategies at the undergraduate level.
Contribute to the School of Nursing mission through service activities (e.g., governance committees, outreach activities, or project task groups).
Pursue areas of scholarly interest (e.g., evaluation studies to improve teaching and learning).
Collaborate with colleagues in practice settings through academic-practice partnerships to contribute to student learning,
practice improvement, or community outreach.
Work to support and enhance the diversity, climate, and inclusive excellence of the School of Nursing.
Engage in other activities appropriate to a member of the School of Nursing academic community such as attending School meetings, participating in faculty development activities, and contributing to meeting the mission and vision of the School.
Institutional Statement on Diversity:
Diversity is a source of strength, creativity, and innovation for UW-Madison. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university community. We commit ourselves to the pursuit of excellence in teaching, research, outreach, and diversity as inextricably linked goals.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison fulfills its public mission by creating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from every background - people who as students, faculty, and staff serve Wisconsin and the world.
For more information on diversity and inclusion on campus, please visit: Diversity and Inclusion
Degree and Area of Specialization:
Graduate (masters) degree in nursing is required.
Doctoral degree (Doctor of Nursing Practice, PhD, or other doctoral degree) is strongly preferred.
Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience:
One or more years of experience in teaching at undergraduate or graduate levels in nursing, or in professional staff development in acute care settings; and
Three or more years of professional experience in an acute care setting as a registered nurse (RN), advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) or Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS).
Individuals with certification as advanced practice registered nurses, clinical nurse specialists, or as nurse educators are highly encouraged to apply, however, certification is not required.
Successful candidates will demonstrate strong interest in and commitment to the teaching mission of the School. Experience with clinical instruction, active learning, concept-based teaching, simulation, and inter-professional education is highly desirable.
Appointments for candidates prepared at the Masters level will be at the rank of Clinical Instructor. Appointments for candidates prepared at the doctoral level will typically be at the Clinical Assistant Professor rank.
License or Certificate:
RN licensure or eligibility for licensure in Wisconsin is required.
The UW-Madison School of Nursing, established in 1924, is the leading nursing research institution in Wisconsin. The mission of the school is to develop leaders for the profession and society; we make discoveries, enhance systems and improve health through research, education, and practice. The School of Nursing strives to achieve inclusive excellence and fosters an academic environment that welcomes diversity in students, faculty, staff, and the curriculum.
A criminal background check will be conducted prior to hiring.
A545000-SCHOOL OF NURSING/FACULTY AFFAIRS/ADMIN
Full or Part Time: 50% - 100%
Appointment Type, Duration:
Anticipated Begin Date:
AUGUST 19, 2019
ACADEMIC (9 months)
Instructions to Applicants:
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Online applications must be received by 11:55pm on the application deadline for ensured consideration. Failure to submit complete application materials may result in ineligibility for this position.
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