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Job Locations US-OH-Columbus
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 Bachelors of Science in Nursing program studying at our Columbus, OH campus.   Chamberlain students have opportunities to 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 are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need in the following areas of specialization:   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.    Adult Health (Medical Surgical) 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. A variety of populations and settings are used in the experiential learning component of this course.    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.   Maternal Child This course focuses on family-centered approaches to maternal/newborn care and incorporates health promotion and wellness issues. The childbearing cycle, including normal experience, high-risk factors, complications and alterations are studied. Additional women’s health issues are included.    Pediatric Nursing You will be mentoring students, in a clinical setting, while they demonstrate nursing skills and procedures. Family-centered care of children is the focus of this course, exploring issues of normal child care as well as health alterations of children from infancy through adolescence. Students participate as members of the multidisciplinary health team to provide health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration and maintenance and rehabilitative care to children and families.   Mental-Health Nursing Emphasis is on the dynamics of an individual’s ability to function in society. The course focuses on content relative to anxiety, self concept, thought disorders, mood alterations, addictive behaviors, organic brain dysfunction, abuse and violence issues. It also incorporates health promotion and wellness issues such as stress management and personal growth. Therapeutic communication techniques, individual and group therapy practices and community mental-health resources are also incorporated.    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.     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.   We invite interested candidates to submit their resume for future consideration.  
Job ID
2019-111883
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-TX-San Antonio
We invite qualified candidates to apply today to meet future need in the sciences at our campuses in San Antonio.     Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to teach on campus   The typical course of instruction may include:   Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab(CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations, and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four majorbiological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (BIOS-242) This course covers basic concepts of microbiology, with emphasis on medically important microorganisms and infectious diseases. Also addressed are microscopy, microbial growth and genetics, antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and immune system responses to pathogens. Lab exercises focus on aseptic techniques, isolation and culture of microorganisms, microscopy and staining techniques.   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Courses meet once or twice a week, typically for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.
Job ID
2019-111924
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
Chamberlain College of Nursing is seeking Part-Time faculty to teach CHEMISTRY in our Bachelors of Science in Nursing program, at our Atlanta campus.    Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever.    The typical course of instruction may include:   CHEM-120: Introduction to General,Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab This introduction to general, organic and biological chemistry includes topics such as chemical nomenclature, structures, equations, calculations and solutions. In addition, the chemical structure and function of biological macromolecules are surveyed. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Courses run in eight week sessions. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.   If you are passionate about helping others learn and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.
Job ID
2019-112815
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our Atlanta, GA campus.   Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   We are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need in the following subject matter:   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab (CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations, and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four majorbiological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (BIOS-242) This course covers basic concepts of microbiology, with emphasis on medically important microorganisms and infectious diseases. Also addressed are microscopy, microbial growth and genetics, antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and immune system responses to pathogens. Lab exercises focus on aseptic techniques, isolation and culture of microorganisms, microscopy and staining techniques.   Courses meet once or twice a week, typically for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. Commitment is on a course by course basis.   If you are passionate about helping others learn and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.
Job ID
2019-112902
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Tinley Park
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our Tinley Park, IL campus.   Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   We are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need in the following subject matter:   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab (CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations, and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four majorbiological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (BIOS-242) This course covers basic concepts of microbiology, with emphasis on medically important microorganisms and infectious diseases. Also addressed are microscopy, microbial growth and genetics, antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and immune system responses to pathogens. Lab exercises focus on aseptic techniques, isolation and culture of microorganisms, microscopy and staining techniques.   Courses meet once or twice a week, typically for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.    
Job ID
2019-113279
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-VA-Tysons Corner
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time teaching opportunities in Science courses at our campuses in Tysons Corner.  Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   We are presently accepting applications as we prepare to meet potential future needs for our daytime and evening classes in the following subject matters. The typical course of instruction may include:   Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab (CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations, and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four majorbiological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (BIOS-242) This course covers basic concepts of microbiology, with emphasis on medically important microorganisms and infectious diseases. Also addressed are microscopy, microbial growth and genetics, antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and immune system responses to pathogens. Lab exercises focus on aseptic techniques, isolation and culture of microorganisms, microscopy and staining techniques.   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Courses may meet one or two times per week during the daytime or evenings for eight weeks. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.
Job ID
2019-113343
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Addison National
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?   We currently invite interested candidates to submit their resume for future consideration.   Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time math tutor opportunities at our campus in Addison, IL.      In this rewarding role you will provide valuable Mathematics tutoring services to undergraduate nursing students (primarily in Algebra and Statistics), assisting them with homework, problem solving, academic writing and test preparation.    The anticipated schedule consists of at least 3 days a week, 10-15 total hours per week and available between 10:00 am-5:00 pm.    Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!
Job ID
2019-113498
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Addison National
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 is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our campus in Addison, Illinois.     We are presently accepting applications for the following subject matters to meet potential future needs.   The typical course of instruction may include Math-062 and Math-114  Algebra for College Students:   This course focuses on topics such as basic treatment of algebraic expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, graphing linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations, positive and negative integral exponents, factoring, systems of linear equations, radical and rational expressions, quadratic equations and various application problems.    Courses meet once per week, Thursday evenings from 6:00pm-9:00pm and courses run in eight week sessions. The face-to-face interaction is blended with technology such as math lab, online discussions and grading assignments. 
Job ID
2020-113775
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-AZ-Phoenix
We are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need   Chamberlain College of Nursing is seeking Part-Time Clinical Instructors interested in teaching students in our Bachelors of Science in Nursing program studying at our Phoenix Arizona campus.    Clinical teaching is typically scheduled for one weekday or weeknight for an 8-week session at a clinical partner site.   Chamberlain students have opportunities to experience practice settings that include large and small hospitals, long-term care facilities, community and public-health agencies…anywhere healthcare is delivered.   Our clinical partners require all students and faculty to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, as such we will require proof of Covid-19 vaccination prior to scheduling clinical dates.   As our student enrollment, course and corresponding faculty needs evolve, we may be interviewing for the following clinical specialties; - Adult Health I&II (Med-Surg) - Complex Health (Critical Care) - Community Health - Collaborative Health (Leadership) - Capstone Final Practicum - Fundamentals - Maternal Child - Mental Health - Pediatrics
Job ID
2020-113873
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-NJ-North Brunswick
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our North Brunswick, NJ campus.   Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   We are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need in the following subject matters:   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab (CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations, and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four majorbiological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (BIOS-242) This course covers basic concepts of microbiology, with emphasis on medically important microorganisms and infectious diseases. Also addressed are microscopy, microbial growth and genetics, antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and immune system responses to pathogens. Lab exercises focus on aseptic techniques, isolation and culture of microorganisms, microscopy and staining techniques.   Courses meet once or twice a week, typically for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. Commitment is on a course by course basis.   If you are passionate about helping others learn and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.
Job ID
2020-114358
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-CA-Sacramento
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 Sacramento campus.    We are presently accepting applications for future part-time clinical faculty opportunities in the following specialties:   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.    Complex Adult Health 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. A variety of population and settings are used in the experiential learning component of this course.   Mental-Health Nursing Emphasis is on the dynamics of an individual’s ability to function in society. The course focuses on content relative to anxiety, self concept, thought disorders, mood alterations, addictive behaviors, organic brain dysfunction, abuse and violence issues. It also incorporates health promotion and wellness issues such as stress management and personal growth. Therapeutic communication techniques, individual and group therapy practices and community mental-health resources are also incorporated.    Pediatric Nursing You will be mentoring students, in a clinical setting, while they demonstrate nursing skills and procedures. Family-centered care of children is the focus of this course, exploring issues of normal child care as well as health alterations of children from infancy through adolescence. Students participate as members of the multidisciplinary health team to provide health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration and maintenance and rehabilitative care to children and families.    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.   Maternal-Child Nursing  This course focuses on family-centered approaches to maternal/newborn care and incorporates health promotion and wellness issues. The childbearing cycle, including normal experience, high-risk factors, complications and alterations are studied. Additional women’s health issues are included. 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.   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.   Proof of COVID-19 vaccination may be required to teach at certain clinical partner sites   If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we invite you to apply today.
Job ID
2020-114524
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-OH-Cleveland
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 Cleveland 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 specialty:   Pediatric Nursing You will be mentoring students, in a clinical setting, while they demonstrate nursing skills and procedures. Family-centered care of children is the focus of this course, exploring issues of normal child care as well as health alterations of children from infancy through adolescence. Students participate as members of the multidisciplinary health team to provide health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration and maintenance and rehabilitative care to children and families.   We invite interested candidates to submit their resume for future consideration.    
Job ID
2020-114775
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Addison
Chamberlain College of Nursing has immediate need for qualified Mental Health Clinical Faculty (part-time) to teach in our AddisonBachelor of Science in Nursing program.  Teaching opportunities are available throughout the region.   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?    Clinical teaching is typically scheduled for at least one weekday (daytime or evening) and/or weekend 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 invite qualified candidates to apply today to teach in the following area of specialty:   Mental-Health Nursing Emphasis is on the dynamics of an individual’s ability to function in society. The course focuses on content relative to anxiety, self concept, thought disorders, mood alterations, addictive behaviors, organic brain dysfunction, abuse and violence issues. It also incorporates health promotion and wellness issues such as stress management and personal growth. Therapeutic communication techniques, individual and group therapy practices and community mental-health resources are also incorporated.     
Job ID
2020-114900
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-Remote-Remote/Virtual
Chamberlain University College of Nursing is seeking Online Faculty (part-time) to teach in our Master of Science of Nursing program. 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 currently seeking candidates who will begin teaching in the 8-week January 2022 Session (January 3 through February 26).    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 faculty 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?   The courses available for instruction beginning in January 2022 session are:   NR-504: Leadership in Nursing Practice: Role Development This course applies leadership principles to the role of the MSN-prepared nurse across a variety of practice settings. Leadership-specific knowledge, skills and attitudes to assure safe, high quality care within a person-centered practice environment are integrated. The role of the MSN-prepared nurse to lead change and facilitate outcome achievement is emphasized. NR-506: Healthcare Policy Students explore healthcare policy as it impacts nursing, consumers and systems from institutional to global spheres. Students, as advocates, propose healthcare policies that reflect person-centered care and population health needs. The development, analysis and consequence of healthcare policies are examined within the context of social, ethical and regulatory issues.   NR-512: Fundamentals of Nursing Informatics This course provides foundational and introductory knowledge regarding informatics with an emphasis on developing an understanding of concepts of nursing informatics (NI) and becoming knowledgeable and competent with basic skills needed in person-centered care and educational settings. Basic NI skills support the application and distribution of data/information to generate knowledge used in decision-making to plan, design, analyze and facilitate the nursing process to enhance safe, quality holistic healthcare. The NI synthesizes and integrates nursing science with computer, information and cognitive sciences. Students will explore informatics-based health applications in a virtual learning environment (VLE) developed to improved informatics skills and knowledge in order to better support decision making in the areas of nursing such as: clinical, administrative, research, quality and safety, health policy and education. NR-515: Informatics in Healthcare This course explores health-and-nursing informatics concepts, principles, and practices used to improve healthcare outcomes. This course explores collection and management, and transformation of data; information, knowledge, and wisdom; as well as ethical, legal, regulatory, and security concerns related to healthcare information systems. The potential benefits and detriments of clinical information systems (CIS) and information technology for nursing practice are examined.   NR-518: Population Health & Epidemiology in Nursing Practice This course introduces the concepts of population-focused professional nursing. Utilizing levels of prevention as a framework, theories, principles and concepts of community, population and global health are explored. Through the lens of health promotion and disease prevention, predictive factors that influence health of individuals, aggregates and populations are explored. Epidemiological principles, processes and methods are emphasized to examine the impact of environmental issues and risk factors to local and global population health. NR-530: Foundations of Population Health This course provides an overview of the foundational concepts and models that shape the health of populations and influence population health management. Epidemiologic applications, determinants of health, health literacy, environmental hazards, and access to health-related resources are explored. Frameworks to guide health promotion, diminish health risks and eliminate health disparities at the population level are examined along with implications for advanced nursing practice. NR-533: Financial Management in Healthcare Organizations In this course, the student examines concepts and issues in budget formulation, decision making, variance analysis, financing in healthcare, models for forecasting, addressing throughput issues, implementing professional practice models and program planning. The emphasis is on practical methods and techniques within a wide variety of healthcare situations. NR-534: Healthcare Systems Management The purpose of this course is to discuss utilizing a systems-theory approach in providing patient-centered and value-added care. Functioning within a system, the individual healthcare practitioner learns to utilize critical thinking and decision making to coordinate and deliver quality and cost-effective patient care. The content serves to develop an understanding of different modes of organizing nursing care within the unit environment, managing care within a multidisciplinary-team framework and promoting effective team work that enhances patient outcomes, improves staff vitality and reduces costs. Emphasis is placed on concepts related to systems theory, problem solving and decision making, nursing-care delivery models, delegation and team strategies. NR-535: Theoretical Foundations & Instructional Strategies for the Nurse Educator In this course, the student will be introduced to the educator role in academic and healthcare settings. Educational models and instructional strategies within the theoretical foundations of education will be explored. Cultural humility and legal and ethical issues surrounding education will be explored NR-565: Advanced Pharmacology Fundamentals In this course, the student focuses on mastering pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and pharmacogenomics, as well as fundamental pharmacology and therapeutics used in the treatment of selected health conditions commonly encountered by the advanced practice nurse in the primary care setting. Emphasis is placed on the decision-making process utilized to safely and effectively prescribe and monitor pharmacotherapeutics for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases appropriate to the patient situation.   NR-602: Primary Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family Practicum This course continues to expand the knowledge of health assessment principles specific to the role of the FNP, with a focus on the healthcare needs of women and families throughout reproductive and childrearing years. Students will further develop their skills related to health promotion, prevention of illness, diagnosis and management of health problems commonly experienced. Care strategies will include patient education, protocol development, follow-up and referral through a clinical practicum experience in a precepted primary care setting.   NR-603: Advanced Clinical Diagnosis & Practice Across the Lifespan Practicum This course continues to expand the theoretical and practical knowledge of diagnostic principles specific to the role of the FNP for the healthcare needs of individuals of all ages. Students will further develop their skills related to health promotion, prevention of illness, diagnosis and management of complex acute and chronic conditions, including behavioral health. Care strategies will include patient education, protocol development, follow-up and referral through a clinical practicum experience in a precepted advanced practice setting. NR-631: Nurse Executive Concluding Graduate Experience I In this course, the student begins an intensive experience in critical analysis, designed to broaden perspectives and support the integration of knowledge gained throughout the curriculum. In collaboration with a nurse-leader mentor, the student demonstrates application of leadership and management theories and concepts and essential competencies in the role of nurse executive in an academic or clinical practice setting, where the student develops and implements evidence-based leadership and management strategies. The student begins a scholarly project involving critical analysis of an issue relevant to professional nursing in leadership. The student is introduced to the planning phase of project management and develop tools to assist them in planning to lead an organizational practice change project. NR-632: Nurse Executive Concluding Graduate Experience II In this course, the student continues their intensive experience in critical analysis, designed to broaden perspectives and support the integration of knowledge gained throughout the curriculum. In continued collaboration with a nurse-leader mentor, the student demonstrates application of leadership and management theories and concepts and essential competencies in the role of nurse executive in a variety of practice settings. The student moves their project from the planning phase begun in NR-631 to the phases of execution and evaluation in this course. The student also expands and broadens their understanding of several key nursing roles as they apply to senior leadership positions in organizations. NR-662: Advanced Nursing Role Synthesis This course requires demonstration of student synthesis of all concepts of the leadership and management, delivery of nursing services, and educational components with role immersion through completion of a scholarly evidence-based process-improvement project. Students produce a submission-ready manuscript and poster as part of the dissemination of their work.   Training Provided: We care for our students and are dedicated to their success. To ensure we are offering the highest quality education we provide thorough training to all new faculty members through our New Faculty Orientation.   If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.   We invite you to read our FAQ's about teaching for Chamberlain online.  
Job ID
2020-115053
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-GA-Atlanta
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 Atlanta, GA, campus.    Chamberlain students have opportunities to 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 are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need in the following areas of specialization:   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.    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.   Mental-Health Nursing Emphasis is on the dynamics of an individual’s ability to function in society. The course focuses on content relative to anxiety, self concept, thought disorders, mood alterations, addictive behaviors, organic brain dysfunction, abuse and violence issues. It also incorporates health promotion and wellness issues such as stress management and personal growth. Therapeutic communication techniques, individual and group therapy practices and community mental-health resources are also incorporated.    Pediatric Nursing You will be mentoring students, in a clinical setting, while they demonstrate nursing skills and procedures. Family-centered care of children is the focus of this course, exploring issues of normal child care as well as health alterations of children from infancy through adolescence. Students participate as members of the multidisciplinary health team to provide health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration and maintenance and rehabilitative care to children and families.    Maternal-Child Nursing  This course focuses on family-centered approaches to maternal/newborn care and incorporates health promotion and wellness issues. The childbearing cycle, including normal experience, high-risk factors, complications and alterations are studied. Additional women’s health issues are included.   Complex Adult Health 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. A variety of population and settings are used in the experiential learning component of this course.   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.   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.   If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we invite you to apply today.
Job ID
2020-115228
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-TX-Pearland
We invite candidates to submit profiles for future clinical sessions.   Chamberlain College of Nursing seeks Part-Time Clinical Instructors interested in teaching students in our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program studying at our Pearland, TX, campus.    Clinical teaching is typically scheduled for one weekday or weeknight  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, public health agencies…anywhere healthcare is delivered.   Our clinical partners require all students and faculty to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19, as such we will require proof of Covid-19 vaccination prior to scheduling clinical dates.   We are presently accepting applications to meet potential future need in the following areas of specialization:   - Adult Health I&II (Med-Surg) - Complex Health (Critical Care) - Community Health - Collaborative Health (Leadership) - Capstone Final Practicum - Fundamentals - Maternal Child - Mental Health - Pediatrics
Job ID
2020-115230
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-MI-Troy
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time teaching opportunities in undergraduate science courses for both daytime and evening/weekends in our Bachelor of Science in Nursingprogram at our campus in Troy, MI.  Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Classes meet twice per week in the daytime or evening (multiple schedule options are available) with immediate need for faculty to teach:    Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab(CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four major biological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.     Classes meet twice per week no longer than 4 hours per day in 8-week sessions. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.   If you are passionate about helping others learn and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.
Job ID
2020-115317
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-FL-Jacksonville
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time opportunities teaching Anatomy & Physiology with our campus in Jacksonville.  Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   We are presently accepting applications as we prepare to meet potential future needs. The typical course of instruction may include:   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems   Courses meet once or twice a week, for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. The virtual or face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.
Job ID
2020-115418
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-OH-Cleveland
Chamberlain University College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time teaching opportunities in Anatomy and Phyisology at our campus in Cleveland. Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Do you remember the professor who encouraged you to believe in yourself and in your ability to be the successful professional you are today?  Now you have the unique opportunity to be that professor, to create the "a-ha" moment of sudden insight and comprehension that will change a nursing student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   We are accepting applications for the following subject matters to meet future need. The typical course of instruction may include:   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization.   Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Courses meet once or twice a week, for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.   If you are passionate about helping others learn and advancing your career through the power of education, we want to talk with you today.
Job ID
2020-115419
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-TX-Pearland
We invite qualified candidates to apply today to meet future need in the sciences at our campuses inPearland TX.    Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required to teach on campus   The typical course of instruction may include:   Introduction to General, Organic & Biological Chemistry with Lab(CHEM-120) This is a survey course that covers the lower division chemistry disciplines of general and organic chemistry and introduces the upper division discipline of biochemistry. The general chemistry section of the course seeks to build an understanding of basic chemical processes and states of matter by starting with the definition of matter and progressing through the atom, molecules, intermolecular interactions, chemical equations, and accounting. The organic chemistry section presents the major categories of organic compounds, including saturated and unsaturated hydrocarbons and oxygen- and nitrogen-containing compounds. In the biochemistry portion, students are exposed to the four majorbiological macromolecules with some coverage of enzymes and the central dogma of biology. Lab exercises relate to topics discussed.   Fundamentals of Microbiology with Lab (BIOS-242) This course covers basic concepts of microbiology, with emphasis on medically important microorganisms and infectious diseases. Also addressed are microscopy, microbial growth and genetics, antimicrobial agents, epidemiology and immune system responses to pathogens. Lab exercises focus on aseptic techniques, isolation and culture of microorganisms, microscopy and staining techniques.   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab (BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256) This is a four-course sequence in which human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach. Coursework emphasizes interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Topics include: - Basic anatomical and directional terminology, muscle tissues, fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, history and the integumentary and skeletal systems - Fundamental concepts and principles of the muscular and nervous systems, special senses and the endocrine system - Cardiovascular, immune and respiratory systems - Digestive, urinary and reproductive systems Courses meet once or twice a week, typically for 2-4 hours per day; courses run in eight week sessions. The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions and online assignments) for an enhanced learning environment. Commitment is on a course by course basis.
Job ID
2020-115537
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time