Rush University Medical Center Asst Professor in Chicago, Illinois

This job was posted by : For more information, please see: Company Job ID-2017-2318The faculty member of the College of Nursing contributes to the mission of the college by integrating the roles of teacher, researcher, clinician, and leader. The faculty portion will be negotiated with the Chairperson, based on the needs of the College of Nursing and the Nurse Anesthesia Program, as well as on your expertise and interest. Workload is determined one year in advance and quarterly assessments are done based on college needs and/or faculty requests. Position Responsibilities:Directs the learning of students in clinical and classroom settings.Participates in the student advisement process.Contributes to College and University student recruitment and marketing efforts.Contributes to the development and evaluation of responsive curriculum.Supports and facilitates a culturally, racially, and ethnically diverse educational environment.Supports and, when appropriate, contributes to the Medical Center-wide interdisciplinary programs. Generates grants and conducts research.Applies research findings in own practice and teaching.Facilitates research activities of students, colleagues, and members of related disciplines.Disseminates research-based knowledge through publications and presentations. Functions as an expert clinician in area(s) of specialization.Supports continuous quality improvement in patient/client care.Supports faculty practice through expression of clinical expertise via consultation, education, research or practice within and outside of the Medical Center. Supports and facilitates the goals of Rush University, the college, and clinical setting.Participates in departmental, and college strategic planning and decision-making, and evaluation.Participates in and supports a faculty governance structure.Supports and practices university/corporate team philosophy.Supports a continuous quality improvement and cost-effective environment.Supports cultural, racial, and ethnic diversity within the College of Nursing.Participates in the College of Nursing Evaluation program. Position Qualifications Include:A Graduate Degree in NursingNational Specialty Certification as appropriateAt least two years of experience in clinical nursing practice.Current licensure in the State of Illinois. If working remotely, current RN licensure in their state of residence is required.Rush is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.