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School of Nursing Faculty - Full Time (4 positions open)
Simpson University, School of Nursing, seeks a highly motivated and energetic candidate to fill the position of Assistant Professor of Nursing. The University is seeking a professional who shares our excitement for teaching and learning in a student-centered, interactive “laboratory learning” environment. Moreover, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to teach in and refine the School of Nursing, four-year Baccalaureate program. As a full-time faculty member in the School of Nursing, the successful candidate will teach didactic and clinical components of the curriculum as well as serve as an academic advisor, participate in student recruitment and orientation activities, and offer expertise as a School of Nursing representative on University committees. As nursing is a professional discipline with programmatic and accreditation requirements, the successful candidate will participate in School of Nursing curriculum development and program evaluation as well as engage in ongoing professional development, research, and scholarship.
Full-time Faculty Teaching assignments are available throughout the four-year Baccalaureate program and the RN to BSN program. Expertise related to curriculum areas of need includes medical-surgical didactic and clinical content. The successful candidate will be creative with teaching strategies in the classroom, clinical and simulation center consistent with the School of Nursing’s curriculum, which emphasizes participatory teaching methodology including experiential, peer-to-peer learning, research, and active engagement in didactic and clinical courses.
Qualifications A Master of Science degree in Nursing and eligibility for licensure to practice in the state of California are required. Candidates with teaching or presentation abilities, competency in program evaluation, and additional certification in a nursing specialty and/or an appropriate terminal degree will be given preference.
The University Located in the town of Redding, surrounded by mountains on three sides, in beautiful Northern California, students enjoy excellent views of Lassen Peak, an active volcanic area, and Mt. Shasta, the second-tallest peak in the Cascade Range with its elevation of 14,179 feet. Simpson University is a private, Christian, four-year, liberal arts university including professional studies with approximately 1200 students.
About Simpson University
Simpson University, California’s only Christian university north of Sacramento, has been educating and shaping world-influencers for nearly 100 years. Fully accredited, Simpson offers 25 liberal arts and professional studies degrees, an adult degree-completion program, graduate studies, and credential programs, serving more than 1,000 students a year.
One of four schools of higher education of The Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination, Simpson’s students come from all over the world – the majority from California. More than 30 percent of traditional undergraduates are first-generation college students, and ethnic diversity characterizes almost one-third of the population.
Nearly two-thirds of Simpson’s full-time faculty members hold the highest degree in their field of study and come from major universities around the U.S. They are award-winning scholars, writers and composers who choose to be in an academic environment where they can integrate faith and learning. With a ratio of one professor for every 11 students, Simpson offers an intensely personal classroom experience. Students are encouraged to engage in original research projects with professors, resulting in publications and national presentations that boost their graduate school and career prospects.