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TITLE OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:
Chair of Nursing|
|Pending budget approval, candidates are being sought for a full time faculty fellow position in the Nursing Department at Niagara University beginning January 2013. Seeking a registered professional nurse with a master's degree in nursing in a nursing specialty, with clinical and teaching experience as needed for a newly expanded BS program with accelerated and traditional four year tracks. Responsibilities will include teaching in a classroom and clinical setting, with establishment of clinical experiences and clinical coordination, student recruitment and advisement, and supporting and collaborating on program development. This is a unique opportunity for a visionary nurse educator to creatively participate in shaping the future of nursing education at the baccalaureate level. Desired Experience: Master's of Science from an accredited university in a Nursing specialty area, New York State professional nurse licensure (RN), University level teaching experience, National certification in specialty area desired.
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