Remote Adjunct Faculty Advanced Pharmacology—NP Programs
- Clinical License APRN
- State(s) Nationwide
Full Job Description
The successful candidate is responsible for teaching a Graduate Nursing Pharmacology course online for Nurse Practitioner programs and has advanced understanding and experience in principles of pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacotherapeutics for basic drug categories with an emphasis on evidence-based clinical application.
- Teach online graduate nursing courses, with emphasis on Nurse Practitioner program courses.
- Provide subject matter expertise to support the Nurse Practitioner programs, ensuring that industry standards are embedded in courses and that student learning outcomes are achieved.
- Apply PSON graduate nursing policies in the online classroom as outlined during orientation.
- Support student learning and development through academic rigor, coaching, and mentoring.
- Provide prompt and meaningful feedback to students as per PSON academic policy in a fair, objective, and consistent manner, using established rubrics and clear grading criteria.
- Submit assignment and course grades by imparted timelines.
- Prepare for online teaching and mentoring by completing the required online faculty orientation prior to teaching.
- Collaborate effectively with graduate nursing faculty and staff in the PSON for ensuring quality course and program outcomes.
- Demonstrate professionalism, integrity, and ethics of the academic process in the online classroom.
- Unencumbered RN and CRNP licenses in state of residence
- Master’s degree in nursing required; PhD in nursing or DNP degree preferred
- Board-certified NP with a minimum of 2 years of experience in clinical practice
- A minimum of 1 year of successful online teaching experience for an accredited university, preferably in nursing at the graduate level
- Proven ability to engage students in active learning to meet required course and program outcomes
- Experience with learning management systems (LMSs); D2L/Brightspace preferred