The Nursing program is seeking qualified applicants for several Clinical Adjunct Faculty to teach several clinical rotations (Fundamentals, Adult Health, Mental Health, L&D). Under the direction and supervision of the Founding Dean of Nursing, the Clinical Adjunct Faculty would have the following duties:
- Instructs students by planning, coordinating, and implementing instruction in the assigned clinical unit.
- Meet with lead course faculty at the beginning of each semester to orient to the course and review student learning outcomes, course syllabus, and learning resources.
- Orient students to the assigned affiliated clinical organization.
- Supervise nursing students in the clinical environment.
- Evaluate clinical performance of the student.
- Keep adequate records of grades, attendance, clinical performance, and anecdotal notes on nursing students.
- Provide feedback about adequacy of clinical site in allowing students to meet course outcomes to the lead course faculty.
- Attend nursing faculty meetings as required by the Dean of Nursing.
- Keep current evidence of license and education on file with the School of Nursing.
- Maintain current certification on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and remain up to date on any other immunizations required by the clinical organization.
- Maintain professional competence and participates in professional development activities.
The Clinical Adjunct Faculty must meet the following minimum qualifications:
- Master’s degree in nursing is preferred. Exceptions can be granted if a person is halfway through an MSN program and can complete the Clinical Faculty Academy OR has a BSN with at least 5 years nursing experience and can complete the Clinical Faculty Academy.
- Demonstrates Christian principles and ethical behavior in agreement with the University’s Statement of Faith and committed to the mission and values of the School of Nursing. Adjunct faculty will be asked to submit a Christian Statement of Faith.
- Maintains a spirit of cooperation and flexibility in a fast-paced environment, reflecting a positive attitude and contributing to team effort by accomplishing related tasks.
- Demonstrates good communication skills and interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently.
- Demonstrates the ability to plan, organize, accomplish goals, complete assignments, and manage multiple projects with accuracy.
Applicants must provide a written statement of Christian faith in keeping with the mission of Missouri Baptist University. Please include in your statement where you attend church and how your faith journey aligns with The Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
Electronic applications are appreciated. Please send a letter of application, resume, and statement of faith to:
Dr. Amber Pyatt
Founding Dean of Nursing