Faculty has the primary responsibility of teaching both classroom and clinical courses and providing guidance to the students. Additionally, faculty members are responsible for:
Adhering to all Denver School of Nursing policies and procedures.
Participating in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the philosophy and objectives of the program.
Participating in the construction, implementation, evaluation, and revision of the curriculum on a periodic basis.
Provide students with academic advising as appropriate.
Providing a positive role model for students and provide positive feedback to students.
Providing oversight of adjunct faculty assigned to teach clinical rotations under the didactic course assigned to the regular faculty member in conjunction with the Clinical Faculty Oversight Coordinator.
Detailed attention to: academic assessment of students learning, attendance records, grades, and reporting of facility and/or student issues to administration.
A commitment to attendance at every assigned class, clinical, or lab class as assigned.
Adherence to course syllabus, standard syllabus template formats, content, class schedule, and textbook use.
Attendance and participation within faculty and staff meetings as scheduled within the college.
Assessing student learning in terms of course and program objectives.
Participating in reviewing and revising the program policies and procedure on a periodic basis.
Participating in peer evaluation within the framework of the college.
Initiating periodic self-evaluation, clinical competence and professional development.
Other duties as assigned.
For immediate consideration, please contact Salva Zinna, National Nurse Recruiter, at 410-746-8454 or email firstname.lastname@example.org