Organization: University of Washington Tacoma Category: Other Location: Tacoma, WA Date Job Posted: January 25, 2021 Share with Others:
The University of Washington Tacoma School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership (SNHL) invites applications for one full-time Assistant Teaching Professor/Clinical Placement Coordinator position (non-tenure track) beginning in September 2021 (UW Job Class Code: 0115). This is a 50% teaching and 50% Clinical Placement Coordinator position with a nine-month service period during the academic year with an initial three-year appointment and is eligible for a multi-year re-appointment. Salary will be determined based on qualifications and experience.
Education, Experience, Certifications
The Assistant Teaching Professor/Clinical Placement Coordinator is expected to teach across programs. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning, developing, and evaluating clinical practicum/fieldwork sites consistent with school programs’ learning objectives. This includes coordinating and maintaining student clinical/fieldwork site placements and facilitating effective student learning in clinical/fieldwork sites.
The successful candidate will be expected to work with adult students from socially minoritized and historically underrepresented populations, e.g., immigrants, gender identity/fluidity, race, culture, ethnicity.
The successful candidate will be expected to coordinate student clinical practicum/fieldwork placements.
The successful candidate will be expected to work and collaborate with community agencies/organizations.
The successful candidate will be expected to exercise organizational skills, ability to meet deadlines, manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
The successful candidate will be expected to communicate effectively in writing and electronically and demonstrate effective presentation skills.
The successful candidate will be expected to work creatively and effectively with diverse individuals and groups.
Letter delineating interest in this position and how you meet qualifications.
Brief statement of your teaching philosophy; describe how your teaching and service has supported the success of students from racial, ethnic, and gender backgrounds underrepresented in their academic field/area of practice.
Statement of candidate’s commitment to diversity, social equity, and inclusion, and how you demonstrate this in your nursing practice; applicants should note how their work will further UW Tacoma’s commitment to diversity, social equity and inclusion (UWT Diversity Statement).
Evidence of teaching effectiveness. This may also include samples of applicant-developed course syllabi, examples from nursing professional development, curriculum development, and/or other relevant teaching experience.
Identification of UWT SNHL courses applicant is able to teach (https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/nursing/course-descriptions-0).
Contact information for three professional references; will be asked to provide reference letter.
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