New York, NY
Less than 5 years
Posted 76 days ago
The faculty & staff of Columbia University School of Nursing welcome you to a tradition of excellence in nursing education, clinical practice & research that spans more than a century. We represent the very best in quality & innovation within an academic environment. Our focus is on building evidence for effective practice and translating that evidence-based knowledge to practice & policy environments.
Located in New York City, Columbia University offers rich opportunities with an infrastructure that provides the foundation for scholarly success. Columbia Nursing is a close-knit & collaborative team that partners on research, education & clinical experiences, and shares a vision for the future of healthcare in this country. We are internationally known & clinically unrivaled with recognition for excellence in research & curricular advancements as part of one of the world’s most renowned medical centers. Our faculty thrive in our new state-of-the-art building that includes a two-story simulation center. A career with Columbia Nursing has never been so inviting!
We are currently recruiting a faculty member to teach in the Master’s Direct Entry Nursing Program, specifically medical-surgical nursing of the adult and geriatric patient.
The incoming faculty will teach and maintain an active clinical practice, taking advantage of our resource allocation plan (percentage of time for teaching & practice is individually determined). The combination of teaching & practice is a fundamental component of our educational mission. Responsibilities of the faculty member will be to teach medical-surgical nursing of the adult and geriatric patient with other teaching as needed. S/He will also mentor & advise students, oversee clinical placements, and participate in other daily activities and committees to ensure that stated program goals are achieved.
Columbia University offers a competitive salary & outstanding benefits package. The selected individual will receive an academic appointment commensurate with credentials & qualifications. (This is a non-tenured faculty position.)
Minimum Degree Required
Successful candidates will have a doctoral degree (PhD, DNP, DNSc, DrPH, EdD) from a recognized institution of higher education.
A minimum of 2 years of practice experience and an active license are required. The selected incumbent will have exemplary communication skills necessary to provide and coordinate the academic & clinical activities of the program.
Previous experience as a clinical or didactic instructor is highly preferred.