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||Professor – BScN Collaborative Program (2 Positions)
School of Community & Health Studies
The successful candidate will be teaching in classroom, laboratory and clinical settings in the School of Community and Health Studies. He or she will participate in program and course development, course modifications, program advisory committees, program accreditation, applied research initiatives, community outreach and on-going future program needs.
- Demonstrate interpersonal communication and knowledge of cultural competency in interactions with the public, colleagues, other professionals and students in internal and external educational and practice settings
- Develop revise and adapt appropriate learning resources for students
- Use a variety of appropriate teaching/learning strategies
- Evaluate student achievement of learning outcomes using a variety of techniques
- Engage students to create a positive teaching environment in the classroom or clinical setting
- Demonstrate an ability to work in a team-based work environment, including interprofessional health teams
- Current knowledge of issues and trends related to nursing and unregulated health professionals in a global environment
- Use academic technology effectively to enhance and support learning
Critically examine learning materials and classroom methodologies for discriminatory bias/barriers
Participate in reflective practice for continuing learning and development
Work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students from different health agencies, colleges and universities
Attend meetings, maintain records of student grades/assessments, and participate in faculty and school meetings
- Master’s Degree in Nursing or Education; PhD or EdD preferred
Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario
Clinical practice experience within the last three to five years
Evidence of scholarly work including publications, conference presentations, and research projects related to nursing
Demonstrated experience in teaching nursing and/or relevant work experience
Demonstrated competency in written, oral and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated ability to work positively within a team environment
Demonstrated knowledge and application of knowledge of diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice to meet the needs of our diverse students, staff and college community
||Permanent - Academic
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"Proof of credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post secondary institutions and/or their foreign equivalents will be required at the time of job offer."
When applying, your cover letter and résumé must include examples that reflect all of the requested skills and qualifications and should be submitted electronically by May 29, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. Please quote Competition #13-F-08. Misrepresentation of applicant information will be grounds for your exclusion from the competition or for dismissal should you subsequently be hired for the position. We regret we cannot accept phone calls. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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