Classification Summary: Teach courses in Department of Nursing and fulfill related responsibilities.
Adjunct Faculty are employed for the duration of the teaching assignment as specified in the contract, and employment beyond the termination date specified in the contract is neither expressed nor implied. Adjunct teaching assignments will not exceed 18 semester hours in an academic year (August through May). The President will make exceptions as necessary.
Minimum Education and/or Training and Experience:
Preferred Education and/or Training and Experience: Bachelor of Science in Nursing required. Master of Science in Nursing preferred. Minimum of two years of clinical experience is required.
Licensing Requirements: Undisciplined license to practice professional nursing in the state of Missouri required.
Classification Duties: 1. Be responsible to the Associate Dean and/or instructional Program Director and the appropriate academic Dean. 2. Carry out the policies developed by the Board of Trustees as interpreted and executed by the administration. 3. Teach classes assigned by the appropriate Dean, Associate Dean, and/or instructional Program Director with the load not to exceed 18 hours (August through May). 4. Prepare and file with the Associate Dean and/or instructional Program Director course syllabi for new and revised courses and follow, within reason, such guides for courses already established. 5. Prepare and file with the Associate Dean and/or instructional Program Director a list showing the author, title, publisher, date of publication and list price, if known, of all textbooks, required readings, workbooks, or manuals which students must purchase for their courses. 6. Prepare and file with the Associate Dean and/or instructional Program Director a bibliography of library books required for use in each course. 7. Prepare requests for instructional materials, such as books, maps, audio-visual aids, and supplies, and submit them to the Associate Dean and/or instructional Program Director or Dean when requested for the purpose of budget planning. 8. Keep accurate records of class attendance and grades of students and submit them to the Registrar. 9. Promote student participation in extracurricular activities. 10. Be responsible for meeting and maintaining all teacher certification requirements as may be applicable and required by the state. 11. Continue professional improvement through reading and study and by participation in the activities of professional organizations. 12. Assist in keeping the public well informed as to the progress and development of the College. 13. Utilize available test scores and records as needed to become familiar with the problems and capabilities of students. 14. Cooperate with the administration in conducting research. 15. Assume responsibility for enforcing College rules and regulations as related to student conduct. 16. Perform other duties as may be assigned by the Associate Dean and/or the instructional Program Director and the Dean.
Wage/Salary: $670 per credit hour Status: Part time If Part-time, hours per week: If Non-exempt, work days: Posting Number: A00065
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