Overview

Georgia College & State University is seeking a dynamic and innovative faculty member to join our team. The School of Nursing, housed in the College of Health Sciences, is a learning community of caring, committed faculty, staff, and students dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship and service within the liberal arts tradition. We work with diverse populations in a variety of settings and promote excellence in nursing education and practice. The Georgia College School of Nursing aspires to be recognized as a national leader in nursing education and that our students will serve at the forefront of the changing healthcare delivery system.

This faculty position is focused on teaching Adult and Geriatric Health and Community Nursing and providing clinical supervision in both acute and community settings. Opportunities to teach at both the undergraduate and graduate level will occur dependent upon areas of experience and certification.

The School of Nursing emphasizes integration of liberal arts and professional education. The School of Nursing strives for excellence in undergraduate nursing education by preparing beginning practitioners with a broad theoretical and clinical foundation. The graduate nursing programs emphasizes preparing students to care for rural and vulnerable populations and who are eligible for certification as Family Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners or Nurse Educators. The primary purpose of this position is to support the academic mission.

Major Responsibilities/Duties:

In addition to teaching Adult and Geriatric Health and Community Nursing and providing clinical supervision in both acute and community settings, this position requires knowledge and experience in utilizing both active learning strategies in the classroom and simulation in the clinical environment. Service learning is an expectation for our students.

Faculty are expected to participate in the scholarship of teaching and learning and are encouraged to mentor both undergraduate and graduate students in research and evidence based practice projects. Dissemination of research in the form of presentations and publication in refereed journals is an expectation.

About Georgia College & State University

About Georgia College:
We are Georgia’s designated public liberal arts university and we offer 37 undergraduate degrees and more than 25 graduate programs. More importantly, we teach every student how to learn and we strive to instill a lifelong passion for learning that serves our students well regardless of the career paths they choose. The campus is located in Milledgeville, a charming, traditional southern town less than a two-hour drive from Atlanta. We are one of the 28 public institutions in the University System of Georgia.

We are a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC). Georgia College enrolls approximately 6,600 undergraduate and graduate students and is prominently cited for educational excellence in a number of leading publications. The School of Nursing is accredited by ACEN and has full approval by the Georgia Board of Nursing.