- Union College
- Jun. 29, 2020
- Resumes Due:
- Dec. 31, 2020
Description: Division of Nursing faculty are responsible and accountable for preparing undergraduate students to successfully complete the Union College Nursing Program Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) curriculum and pass the National Council State Boards of Nursing Examination (NCLEX-RN). Union College Nursing faculty have a philosophy of partnering with students to help then reach their goals while caring for students holistically.
Experience: Minimum Qualifications • Committed to Seventh-day Adventist education and supports the mission and vision of the College and the nursing program. • Desire to passionately share the healing ministry of Christ with students. • Master’s degree in nursing from a regionally accredited school with a desire to continue preparation at the doctoral level. • Criminal history and background check clearance, evidence of current American Heart Association CPR training, and a current unencumbered Nebraska RN license or eligibility to apply for it. • Three years of professional nursing experience that provides a broad knowledge base of nursing and healthcare. • Excellent interpersonal skills with emphasis on communication and relationship development with colleagues and students. • A strong desire to work as a member of a high performing team with excellent results. • Ability to use technology and software both in and out of the classroom. Preferred Qualifications • Prior teaching experience in both classroom and clinical • Doctoral degree • Member of the Seventh-day Adventist church