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Job Locations US-NJ-North Brunswick
This position is the first level within the Advisor job family.  In this role, the incumbent will be trained by successfully completing an initial training and/or certification process.  Under supervision, the Advisor is responsible for working with future students.  The process includes all phases of the Admissions process from marketing the program with future students to qualifying them for enrollment.  Resolves most enrollment questions and problems and refers only the most complex issues to higher levels.    This role will be supporting students in the Evening and Weekend Program so schedule could include weekdays until 8:00 PM and some Saturdays.
Job ID
2019-112727
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
The Chief Growth Officer will be responsible for the product roadmap, go to market strategy, operations as well as the development and management of an organization to support that strategy and associated growth goals of Chamberlain University. This leader will take ownership of the customer journey and experience within the programs, products or service offerings, making sure all functions of the organization are aligned to meet its strategic, commercial objectives.   This newly created senior executive position will report to the President of Chamberlain University.  The role is designed to partner the Academic and Operations teams to achieve mission critical goals for Chamberlain University. Functions reporting into the Chief Growth Officer include B2B sales, product management, student services and admissions. This leader will also have a dotted line relationship to marketing. Key responsibilities will include revenue, business growth, market share, persistence and gross margin before cost-of-instruction.   Chamberlain University seeks an individual that is innovative, constantly striving for improvement, works well within a collaborative environment and a matrix organization. The ideal candidate will complement the University’s leadership team and embrace change to ensure the extension of Chamberlain’s leadership position. A bias towards action and speed of execution will be beneficial as it is imperative for Chamberlain to be moving forward with the offerings that are necessary to continue its growth into the workforce solutions ecosystem.   As a senior member of the Chamberlain University leadership team the Chief Growth Officer will also interact frequently with other members of the Medical & Healthcare vertical of Adtalem Global Education. This leader will assist the President in ensuring that the strategy is in alignment with the Adtalem Global Education Enterprise Strategy and overall strategic plan.
Job ID
2020-114649
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time
Job Locations US-TX-Irving
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time teaching opportunities in science courses at our campuses in Irving.  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.   Although there are no immediate opportunities available, we are presently accepting applications for the following subject matters to meet potential future need:   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.   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
2017-88362
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-NC-Charlotte
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our Charlotte, NC 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 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.   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
2017-89630
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
We invite interested candidates to submit a resume for future consideration.    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 Indianapolis Indiana.   The typical course of instruction to include:   BIOS-251 thru BIOS-256: Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab:   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 BIOS-242 thru BIOS-271: Microbiology with Lab: This course is the first in a two-course sequence addressing basic foundations of chemistry and microbiology, using an integrated approach. Through total integration and problem-solving approaches, aspects of the two disciplines are emphasized. Topics include basic chemistry, with introduction to organic and biochemistry; microbial classification and genetics; and cellular structure and function.    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 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 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
2017-91273
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our Las Vegas, NV 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.   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
2017-93493
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce part time teaching opportunities at our Las Vegas, NV 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:   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.    ENGL-117 English Composition and ENGL-147 Advanced English Composition: This course builds on the conventions and techniques of composition through critical reading requirements and longer, more sophisticated reports, including a library research paper. Assignments require revising and editing for an intended audience. Students are also taught search methods for accessing a variety of print and electronic resources.    POLI-332 Political Science: This course explores political systems in a comparative way, with emphasis on governmental forms, constitutions, determinants of foreign policy and methods of political change. Studies of recent political history, current world affairs and the structure of political institutions are included. This course fulfills the state requirement for study of the State of Nevada and U.S. constitutions.   The face-to-face interaction in lab and classroom is blended with technology (such as online discussions, lab, quizes, tests and written and/or reading 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
2017-94230
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-FL-Miramar
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time teaching opportunities in science courses at our campuses in Miramar.  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.   Although there are no immediate opportunities available, we are presently accepting applications for the following subject matters to meet potential future need:   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.   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
2017-94603
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
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 are presently accepting applications to meet future potential need. Teaching may begin as soon as July 2020 within our wide network of clinical partners throughout the region. Chamberlain College of Nursing 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.   Teaching opportunities may be available in any of 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.   If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we invite you to apply today.    
Job ID
2018-97655
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-TX-Houston
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 are presently accepting applications to meet future potential need. Teaching may begin as soon as July 2020 within our wide network of clinical partners throughout the region. Chamberlain College of Nursing 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.   Teaching opportunities may be available in any of 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.   If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we invite you to apply today.
Job ID
2018-98173
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-Remote/Virtual-Remote/Virtual | US-GA-Atlanta | US-FL-Jacksonville | US-FL-Miami | US-TN-Nashville | US-NY | US-VA-Tysons Corner | US-MI-Troy
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 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 seeking Part Time Online Visiting Professors interested in teaching students in our Doctorate of Nurse Practice 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.   This is 100% ONLINE teaching, an incredibly flexible and convenient way to share your experience and knowledge with those who aspire to enjoy the career success you already have.  We are currently seeking candidates for the November 2020 session which will run from October 26th through December 19th.   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.   The specific courses under consideration for the November 2020 session are:   NR700: Scientific Underpinnings The focus of this course is on the scientific underpinnings of nursing practice and the application of theory to advanced nursing practice at the highest level.   NR701: Application of Analytic Methods The focus of this course is on concepts and application of original research to practice, evaluation of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) and examination of existing research for scientific merit.   NR702: DNP Project & Practicum I The focus of this course is on broad issues for DNP-prepared nurses practicing across healthcare systems to advance nursing practice. Students identify a nursing practice problem and link the problem and plan for evidence-based practice change using advanced nursing judgment in the practicum setting.   NR705: DNP Project & Practicum II The focus of this course is on preparing for evidence-based practice change using advanced nursing judgment in the practicum setting.   NR707: DNP Project & Practicum III The focus of this course is on implementation of evidence-based practice change using advanced nursing judgment in the practicum setting.   NR709: DNP Project & Practicum IV The focus of this course is on evaluation of evidence-based practice change using advanced nursing judgment in the practicum setting.   NR714: Application of Analytic Methods II The focus of this course is on comprehensive systematic review of evidence, including economic appraisal, statistical analysis, outcome measurement and evaluation.   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
2018-98693
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-Remote/Virtual-Remote/Virtual | US-NY | US-MI-Troy
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 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 seeking Part Time Online Visiting Professors interested in teaching students in our RN to BSN 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.   This is 100% ONLINE teaching, an incredibly flexible and convenient way to share your experience and knowledge with those who aspire to enjoy the career success you already have.  We are currently seeking candidates for the November 2020 session which will run from October 26th through December 19th.   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.   The specific courses under consideration for the November 2020 session are:   NR-443: Community Health Nursing Theory and concepts of community/public/global health utilizing levels of prevention are presented. The role of the Community Health Nurse (CHN) in determining predictive factors that influence health will be explored. This course will investigate the needs of aggregates in the community setting, including promoting health and preventing illness; planning for disasters; addressing environmental health problems; and managing information and communication technology. Planning, organization, and delivery of services for populations at risk are tied to Healthy People goals with an introduction to political and sociocultural aspects of community, demographic, and epidemiological methods. Communication, collaboration, and teamwork strategies will be explored along with application of evidence-based practice.   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
2018-98694
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-NV-Las Vegas
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 Las Vegas, NV, 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
2018-98867
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Addison
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 teaching opportunities at our campus in Addison, IL.      The typical course of instruction may include:   Anatomy & Physiology I-IV with Lab:   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   BIOS-242 thru BIOS-271: Microbiology with Lab: This course is the first in a two-course sequence addressing basic foundations of chemistry and microbiology, using an integrated approach. Through total integration and problem-solving approaches, aspects of the two disciplines are emphasized. Topics include basic chemistry, with introduction to organic and biochemistry; microbial classification and genetics; and cellular structure and function.    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 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
2018-99462
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago
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 Chicago, IL 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.     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.    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.   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 childrenfrom 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.     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.    
Job ID
2018-101613
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-TX-Pearland
Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce new part-time teaching opportunities in science courses at our campuses in  Pearland. 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 student's life forever. As part of our faculty team, you’ll inspire our motivated students to realize their educational and career goals.   Although there are no immediate opportunities available, we are presently accepting applications for the following subject matters to meet potential future need:   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, 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
2018-102129
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-MO-St. Louis
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 St. Louis campus.    Chamberlain College of Nursing 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 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 candidates who have interest in teaching in the following specialties in or after July 2020:   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.     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.   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.   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 childrenfrom 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.     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.    If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we encourage you to apply for this opportunity today. 
Job ID
2018-103401
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-AZ-Phoenix
Chamberlain University is accepting applications for potential future teaching opportunities in Mathematics at our campus in Phoenix. Join us as we educate and empower extraordinary healthcare professionals who transform healthcare worldwide!   Opportunity at a Glance:   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. From individual instructor support and student-led study groups to diverse clinicals and career networking opportunities, the Chamberlain community shares a common goal: to give each other the care we need to succeed and make a difference by transforming healthcare.   The typical course of instruction may include:   MATH062 - Beginning Algebra This transitional studies course introduces critical elements of algebra for linear equations and inequalities. Coursework progresses from order of operations and combining like terms through addition and multiplication rules for solving linear equations. Students then apply these rules to inequalities. Graphing in two variables is introduced, as are exponents, polynomials and polynomial operations. The minimum requirement to pass this course is 80 percent and, grades of "C" and "D" are not assigned. The final grade earned in this course is not used in GPA calculations, and credit hours earned are not applicable to credit hours required for graduation. Eligibility to enroll in the course is based on placement results.   MATH114 - 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. The minimum requirement to pass this course is a "B"; grades of “C” and “D” are not assigned.   MATH221 - Statistics for Decision-Making This course provides tools used for statistical analysis and decision-making in business. The course includes both descriptive statistics and inferential concepts used to draw conclusions about a population. Research techniques such as sampling and experi-ment design are included for both single and multiple sample groups.   MATH399 - Applied Managerial Statistics This course stresses the practical use of statistics in the collecting, organizing, analyzing, interpreting and presenting of data. Both descriptive and inferential techniques are covered.   Courses may meet one or two times per week during the daytime 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.   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
2018-103857
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-MO-St. Louis
Chamberlain College of Nursing in St. Louis is presently accepting applications to meet potential future need for the position of part-time faculty to teach science courses to students enrolled in our Bachelors of Science in Nursing program.    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.    Although there are no immediate opportunities available, we are presently accepting applications for the following subject matters to meet potential future need:   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.   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
2018-104197
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Locations US-TX-Irving
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 seeking Part-Time Clinical Instructors interested in teaching students in our Bachelors of Science in Nursing program studying at our Irving, TX campus.   Chamberlain offers students diversified clinical experiences in which to hone their skills in a variety of settings, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, independent practices, ambulatory care centers, VA medical centers and home health environments – anywhere healthcare is delivered.   We are presently accepting applications for candidates who have interest in teaching in the following specialties in or after September 2020:   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.     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.   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.   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 childrenfrom 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.     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.      If you are passionate about nursing and advancing your career through the power of education, we encourage you to apply for this opportunity today. 
Job ID
2018-104439
Employment Type
Temporary Part-Time