Hondros College of Nursing is hiring part-time Nurse Faculty for the ADN Program at the Westerville Campus!
Nurse Faculty members are responsible for instructing students in assigned courses, on-campus labs and/or in the clinical area according to the course plan. Faculty participate in the planning and development of the curriculum of the nursing programs as well as in the implementation and evaluation of the program of study. Nursing faculty participate as full members of Faculty Organization and Campus Curriculum Committees. Part-time faculty may participate as members of Faculty Organization and Curriculum and are encouraged to do so. The Bylaws of the nursing program outline the voting privileges of part time Faculty. As a member of Faculty Organization, Faculty members are responsible and accountable for overall program outcomes.
The following job requirements represent minimum levels of education, experience and competencies/abilities needed to perform this job successfully:
Master’s degree in nursing (MSN) is required
Experience of at least two years full-time in the practice of nursing as a registered nurse or part-time equivalent; advanced medical surgical nursing preferred
Incumbent must possess an active and unencumbered licensure as a registered nurse in the state of Ohio, as well as a current Basic Cardiac Life Support certification (BCLS) compliant with the American Heart Association.
- A great benefits package including Medical, Dental Vision
- Company Paid Voluntary Life Insurance
- Company paid holidays
- Company paid Education
- Retirement Savings Plan (401k with Employer Match)
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Since 2006, Hondros College of Nursing has been graduating high-quality, work-ready nurses who enter the field with exceptional clinical, communication and collaborative skills. Our approach is focused and direct — truly the Better Way to Become a Nurse.
Our enrollment is conveniently offered four times a year with no waitlists or prerequisite classes for admission. Students can schedule day or evening and weekend classes that make it easier to balance work and family, and they can dive in to our concentrated curriculum without having to take pre-nursing classes or follow an arbitrary four-year timeline.
Hondros College of Nursing students can earn their Practical Nursing diploma (PN) in just 12 months and an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) in about 15 months at five Ohio campuses located near Columbus, Cleveland, Dayton, Cincinnati and Toledo. Registered nurses can earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in as few as 24 months through our CCNE-accredited online RN-BSN completion program.
Our unique Learn and Earn Ladder approach sets Hondros College of Nursing apart from the typical educational path. After completing one program, students can work as a nurse and earn income before taking the next step — or they can keep progressing through each program to the next level. No matter which route they take, Hondros nurses always receive an unprecedented amount of support in a student-centric, family-like environment.
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