The school of nursing employs part-time faculty each semester for courses taught in both the undergraduate and graduate programs. Appointments are made on a semester by semester basis and renewability will depend upon our need, your own performance and availability of funds. If you are interested in being considered for a part-time faculty appointment with the School of Nursing, please visit this link to upload materials for review. https://apply.interfolio.com/75758
Purpose of Position: This position within Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON) exists to support the University mission, which is to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community. In addition, faculty members at Baylor University, LHSON have three kinds of work-related responsibilities: teaching and its related scholarly work; research and scholarly/creative activity; and service to the university, the faculty member’s professional field, and the community. The level of expectation for each faculty member in each of these areas of responsibility may differ according to a faculty member’s particular faculty category and specific assignment.
This job description is derived from Baylor University’s Faculty Responsibilities and includes descriptors unique to nursing faculty roles and responsibilities.
Essential Job Functions:
Baylor University, LHSON has long been recognized as an institution which places the highest value on scholarly teaching and on the faculty’s responsibility to students.
Part-time faculty members are expected to:
Board of Nursing Required Faculty Qualifications:
Each nurse faculty member shall: (A) hold a current license or privilege to practice as a registered nurse in the State of Texas; (B) show evidence of teaching abilities and maintaining current knowledge, clinical expertise, and safety in subject area of teaching responsibility; (C) hold a master’s degree or doctorate degree, preferably in nursing; (D) a nurse faculty holding a master’s degree or doctorate degree in a discipline other than nursing shall hold a bachelor’s degree in nursing from an approved or accredited baccalaureate program in nursing; and shall have at least twelve (12) graduate semester hours in nursing appropriate to assigned teaching responsibilities. Bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing must be from an accredited institution.
Must have 3 years of teaching and/or nursing clinical experience within the last 5 years with evidence of current and recent full-time employment in either nursing education or clinical practice (at least 3 of the past 5 years).
Submit statement of faith and Curriculum Vita via Interfolio. Background and Drug Screens are required and applicants will be contacted regarding screening procedures and enrollment in Casltebranch Tracker. The tracker is an online system for tracking document and records required for clinical affiliation.