Teach in a well-respected and continuously evolving Nurse Educator program, particularly in the in the Nursing Education: Theory and Research, Curriculum and Program Design, Instruction and Evaluation courses in the master's and graduate certificate programs.
Teach and contribute teaching expertise to courses in other graduate nursing core and other program courses commensurate with department needs.
Instruct courses in varied locations, at varied times, and via various media commensurate with department or university needs.
Maintain immunizations and background study clearance and other requirements of the department and college.
Engage in scholarly research or creative achievement to enhance knowledge in the field.
Provide evidence of continuing preparation and study in the field to enhance teaching abilities.
Contribute to student learning and development including student advising and chairing or serving on master's thesis, scholarly inquiry paper, or Doctor or Nursing Practice Project committees.
Provide service to the university and community, including the program, department, college, university and the greater community. Support Winona State University's mission to enhance the intellectual, social, cultural, and economic vitality of the people and communities we serve.
Work effectively with health care industry, education, and community affiliates on graduate nursing education, research, and practice issues.
Assist with Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education accreditation processes, program development and growth, program assessment, and curriculum design and delivery.
Practice effectively through collaboration with other professionals in the health care industry, in higher education, and in the community.
Commit to fostering cultural intelligence, inclusive excellence, and global involvement through authentic and professional relationships.
Doctoral degree (i.e., PhD, DNP, EdD).
Graduate degree in Nursing from a Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) accredited or Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) accredited or National League for Nursing Accredited (NLNAC) program.
Licensed as a registered nurse with current registration, or eligible for licensure, in Minnesota and Wisconsin by start date.
Graduate level courses in curriculum, instruction, educational testing, and measurement or Certification for Nurse Educators (CNE) by the National League for Nursing, or willingness to complete CNE certification within three years
Satisfactory background study clearance as required by Minnesota statutes.
Experience in applying nurse educator theory and research, curriculum and program design, instruction and evaluation, and assessment.
Evidence of scholarly research or creative achievement appropriate for graduate education in nursing.
Evidence of effective communication and interpersonal skills, including verbal, nonverbal and written methods.
Eligible for health care provider CPR certification, and up to date to immunizations, including influenza, and other verifications required for the department.
Skills/ability to integrate technology to enhance learning and teaching.
Demonstrated commitment to quality teaching.
Demonstrated experience employing, assessing, and/or developing various innovative and research-informed educational practices.
Demonstrated evidence of effective graduate teaching skills.
Demonstrated ability to coach colleagues in teaching andragogies, assessment, evaluation, and curriculum and program design.
Demonstrated experience teaching with simulation modalities.
Demonstrated proficiency in design and delivery of teaching technologies (e.g., Web-based learning platforms, synchronous Internet meeting programs, email, database management, data storage, distance learning).
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and engage well with diverse students, faculty, administrators, and community partners.
Demonstrated ability to have strong, positive relationships with practice and education communities.
Demonstrated teaching experience in subject areas such as nurse educator role courses.
Demonstrated ability to work and collaborate as a member of a team. Demonstrated experience with a CCNE accredited program.
Demonstrated experience in advising and supervising graduate level students.
Demonstrated potential for serving as a committee chair or committee member on thesis, scholarly inquiry paper, or DNP project committees.
Demonstrated evidence of scholarly research or creative achievement.
Demonstrated effective leadership experience.
Demonstrated commitment to working with diverse individuals and communities.
Demonstrated commitment to collaboration with community partners.
Demonstrated potential for excellence in didactic, virtual, and clinical teaching at the graduate level.
A complete online application will include: 1.A cover letter that addresses the qualifications listed previously 2.Current Curriculum Vitae/ Resume 3.Transcripts (undergraduate and graduate) 4.List of references with contact information. 5.At least three (3) letters of reference. Please advise persons providing letters of reference of Minnesota’s open record law which can make such letters available to applicants upon request.
The Department of Graduate Nursing (DGN) faculty are an innovative, energizing group of nurses that are consistently looking for unique and pioneering methods of educating our advanced practice nurses, nurse leaders, and nurse educators. The DGN has Master's, Doctoral, and Graduate Certificate programs that offer nursing science core classes and advanced nursing practice core classes in addition to specific role courses for nurse educators, nurse leaders, nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists. In addition to clinical practica, simulation is utilized to provide a safe learning environment for students to gain confidence in their advanced roles and practice procedures in faculty presence.
The learning environment encourages intercollegiate collaboration, enhancement of teaching skills and innovative use of technology,
About Winona State University: Founded in 1858, Winona State University (WSU) is the oldest member of the Minnesota State System of colleges and universities. Today WSU serves approximately 7,500 undergraduate and graduate students across two campuses in Winona and Rochester, Minnesota (MN). Winona State was named the second-best public institution in Minnesota by U.S. News & World Report's
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About Winona State University
Founded in 1858, Winona State University is a comprehensive public university with close to 8,900 students. The oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, Winona State offers 80 undergraduate, pre-professional, licensure, graduate, and doctorate programs on its three campuses: the original Main Campus in Winona, the West Campus in Winona, and Winona State University-Rochester.