Midland College
    Job Description
    Job Title FACULTY-ADN
    Position Status Full Time
    Classification Title Faculty ADN-9 month
    Work Location Main Campus - 3600 N. Garfield, Midland, TX
    Job Summary

    The faculty member will be responsible for teaching registered nursing content in the classroom, campus skills/simulation labs, and in clinical settings. Active participation in program development, implementation and evaluation is expected.

    Required Qualifications

    Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.). Applicants holding a Master’s degree in a discipline other than nursing shall hold a Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited baccalaureate program in nursing and have at least six semester hours of graduate level content in nursing appropriate to the area or teaching responsibility

    Must have or be able to obtain an unencumbered license to practice professional nursing (Registered Nurse – RN) in the State of Texas

    Must have been actively employed in nursing for the past three years or have advanced preparation in nursing, nursing education, and/or nursing administration

    Proficient in the English language

    Excellent written and verbal communication skills

    Computer literate including knowledge of Microsoft Office software

    Experience in nursing commensurate with department need and teaching assignment

    Knowledge of equipment appropriate to the field of nursing

    Preferred Qualifications

    Previous college teaching experience

    Knowledge of instructional technology

    Doctorate degree

    Essential Functions

    Fulfill faculty roles and responsibilities as outlined in Midland College Policy 02:01:01

    Teach classes and labs with a lecture equivalent hour (LEH) requirement commensurate with the program curriculum.
    Overload is paid according to Midland College Policy 02:01:06

    Develop, implement and evaluate the curriculum

    Participate in the development, implementation, and enforcement of standards and policies

    Develop familiarity with the Texas Board of Nursing’s requirements for professional nursing programs and commit to maintaining the standards

    Develop familiarity with the standards for the Commission for the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and assist with program accreditation goals

    Assist with education-related guidance and counseling of students

    Supervise students in the clinical setting

    Recommend textbooks and instructional materials to be used in the instructional program

    Stay current with trends and innovations in nursing and education

    Maintain academic and programmatic records as required by the College and accreditation/approval agencies and submit documentation in a timely manner

    Help to orient new full-time and part-time instructors and clinical preceptors, as appropriate

    Maintain a well-managed learning environment regardless of instructional location or modality

    Communicate learning objectives to students

    Identify students who are at-risk for course failure and employ early interventions to promote student success

    Develop appropriate high-quality assessments to measure attainment of objectives

    Continually improve the quality of instruction by reviewing and utilizing methodologies, techniques, and delivery techniques

    Provide access to students through adherence to posted office hours and effective use of Canvas and electronic communication

    Serve on departmental, division and college-wide committees as requested 
    Participate in student recruitment and advising

    Participate in graduation, nursing pinning ceremonies, and other required official college functions

    Demonstrate responsibility to the teaching discipline and to the profession by participating in professional development activities

    Contribute to the College and to the community through self-selected service activities

    Initiate and maintain good public relations with appropriate community and health care entities

    Perform other duties as assigned

    Physical Demands

    Must be able to lift or move equipment needed in teaching nursing and directing students in the laboratory and clinical areas

    Able to ambulate to supervise students in the clinical area

    Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time

    Use of manual dexterity

    Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation

    Some travel to clinical sites is required

    Min Salary 52,471 per year
    Max Salary 64,014 per year
    Pay Statement Salary is commensurate with educational qualifications and experience.
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