DeVry Education Group Clinical Nursing Faculty (Part Time) in Indianapolis, Indiana
You've been preparing for this moment your whole life, dedicating yourself to become an expert with the knowledge and skills to help, to heal, to nurture, and change lives like only a nurse can.
Today, more than ever before, the next generation of nurses needs you.
Your passion. Your expertise. Your heart.
Chamberlain College of Nursing clinical educators experience the powerful satisfaction that comes from helping educate, empower and embolden students and advance the health of people, families, and communities as we face new challenges ahead together.
Will you join us?
Chamberlain College of Nursing seeks Part Time Clinical Instructors interested in teaching students in our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program studying at our Indianapolis campus.
Teaching opportunities are available throughout the region. Clinical teaching is typically scheduled for at least one weekday (M-F), daytime for an 8-week session at a clinical partner site. Chamberlain students experience practice settings that include large and small hospitals, long-term care facilities, community and public-health agencies, faith-based service organizations, independent practices, ambulatory care centers, public health agencies, military services (Army, Navy, and Air Force), VA Medical Centers, schools, home health environments…anywhere healthcare is delivered.
We build long-term relationships with superior nurse educators who are experts in their field and committed to providing the finest in practitioner-focused education.
We are presently accepting applications for the following specialties:
Community Health Nursing
Theory and concepts of community/public/global health utilizing levels of prevention are presented in this course. The public/community health nurse’s role as a partner with the community to shape conditions supportive of health is emphasized through application of the nursing process, beginning with the assessment of the community’s health, wellness needs and available resources. Planning, organization and delivery of service for populations at risk are tied to Healthy People 2020 goals with an introduction to political and sociocultural aspects of community, demographic and epidemiological methods.
Complex Adult Health (Critical Care)
You will be mentoring students, in a clinical setting, while they demonstrate nursing skills and procedures. A variety of population and settings are used in the experiential learning component of this course. Adult patients with unstable emergent critical illnesses are the focus of this course. Students integrate nursing, technological and scientific knowledge with clinical judgment to potentiate optimal health with a diverse patient population. Students utilize comprehensive assessment techniques, advanced nursing skills and multiple nursing modalities to maximize optimal health.
Adult Health (Medical-Surgical) Nursing
The focus of this course is on the needs of adult patients and their families in relation to health promotion and management of conditions that require acute and chronic care. The nursing process is used in the discussion of health alterations affecting selected life processes. Students continue their professional skill development as members of the health team.
Collaborative Health (Leadership)
This course is designed to expand the scope of the nursing practice for senior nursing students. Course and clinical activities provided to traditional students focus on leadership and management aspects of the professional nurse.
Fundamental Nursing Skills
Content focuses on health promotion and the rehabilitative aspects of patient care. Students provide direct patient care in the acquisition of skills and concepts of professional nursing. The nursing process is utilized as the student implements basic aspects of nursing practice.
We currently invite interested candidates to submit their resume for future course consideration.
In this role, the clinical instructor:
Implements the College's philosophy, curriculum, program outcomes, and course objectives through clinical teaching and service to the College, community, health system and profession
Assumes responsibility for all autonomous aspects of individual teaching assignments
Plans clinical experiences for and provides direct supervision and evaluation of nursing students delivering nursing care to an individual or group of individuals
Evaluates and provides documented feedback to student on level of performance based on course objectives
Is available for remediation of students as required or needed
Orients and maintains current knowledge related to agency/clinical policies, procedures, and expectations with the assistance of the agency/clinical personnel
Develops and posts written clinical assignments consistent with student's knowledge base, skill competency and individual learning needs
Grades homework, quizzes, tests, lab assignments, clinical paperwork and other written work in a timely manner
May teach didactic course content under supervision of course coordinator
Keeps course coordinator informed of all student and agency issues and concerns
Reports to the dean or assistant dean; a course coordinator will also provide direct oversight
You are encouraged to explore this opportunity if you have:
A master's or doctoral degree in Nursing from a regionally accredited college or university
An unencumbered nursing license
At least two years professional experience within last five years in the area of instruction as a registered nurse
Teaching or precepting experience is preferred but not required
Have genuine passion for nursing, education, and lifelong learning
Have exceptional subject matter expertise with excellent written and verbal communication skills
Are eager to serve students and colleagues with passion, respect and care
Operate with a sense of responsibility and purpose with the desire to enrich colleagues, students and the broader community
Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today!
We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. At Adtalem, we welcome everyone and have a strong commitment towards diversity and inclusion. We encourage our Colleagues to be their true authentic selves and support laws that prohibit discrimination everywhere we do business. We also maintain a drug-free workplace.
Chamberlain University has a 130-year history and the mission to educate, empower, and embolden diverse healthcare professionals who advance the health of people, families, communities, and nations. We’re 99,000 strong, with 31,000 students and 68,000 alumni armed with the skills, passion, and determination to make a difference in today’s complex healthcare environment. By living Chamberlain Care®, we’ve built a culture in which colleagues and students thrive and we graduate extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform the health of people worldwide.
Our regionally accredited University is comprised of the College of Nursing and the College of Health Professions. Our College of Nursing offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program at 22 campuses and online post-licensure degree programs and certificates including RN to BSN, RN to MSN, a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with six Specialty Tracks, and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP). Our College of Health Professions offers online options with a Master of Public Health degree, Public Health Certificate programs, and a Master of Social Work degree. Learn more about Chamberlain University, part of Adtalem Global Education, at www.chamberlain.edu.
Req Number: 2018-97655
FLSA U.S./Global Status: U.S. - Exempt