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Instructor/Assistant Professor

first_imgWhat is the highest level of education you have attained?Current High School StudentGEDHigh School DiplomaAssociate DegreeBachelor’s DegreeMaster’s DegreePh.D. Posting DetailsPosting NumberF00257PClassification TitleFacultyPosition TypeDisclaimerLiberty University’s hiring practices and EEO Statement are fullyin compliance with both federal and state law. Federal law createsan exception to the “religion” component of the employmentdiscrimination laws for religious organizations (includingeducational institutions), and permits them to give employmentpreference to members of their own religion. Liberty University isin that category.Position TitleInstructor/Assistant ProfessorDoes this position require driving?NoContactMaranda SandersContact Phone ExtContact [email protected] Summary/Basic FunctionFaculty position will work out of the School of Nursing, and willbe responsible for supervising nursing students in the clinicalsetting, including making patient assignments, completing clinicalgrading, and promoting positive working relationships withhealthcare facilities. The Clinical Instructor will assist withclinical remediation. The area of responsibility for this role isvery wide and thus requires thorough knowledge of variousprocesses.Job duties include:1. Work directly with the Chair of the Residential BSN Program, theExecutive Director of Clinical Affairs, lead faculty and staff tosupport the learning environment for the undergraduate residentialstudent as well as faculty and staff participating in clinicallearning experiences.2. Assists with student learning experiences, curriculumimplementation, and other clinical and/or simulation center relatedduties as assigned.3. Supervise nursing students during clinical experiences, createspatient assignments, completes clinical grading, and works withunit nurses to ensure patient safety.4. Remains abreast of existing and emerging evidence based nursingpractice. Completes required professional development.5. Promote a positive working relationship with clinicalsites.6. Works effectively as a team member, embracing and fostering LU’smission.7. Other duties as assigned.Minimum Qualifications• Master’s degree in nursing required• Current unencumbered Virginia nursing license• At least 3 years clinical experience• Candidate will be professional with excellent personalcommunication skills and computer skills• Current certification in American Heart AssociationCardiopulmonary Resuscitation ( CPR ) for Healthcare Provider withAED .Preferred Qualifications• Master’s degree in nursing required; doctoral degree orapplication for enrollment in a doctoral program in nursingpreferred• Current unencumbered Virginia nursing license• At least 5 years clinical experience• Current certification in ACLS, PALS, and/or NRP preferred• Current CPR instructor• Candidate will be professional with excellent personalcommunication skills and good computer skills.Work Hours40/weekPosting Date11/16/2020Special Instructions for ApplicantsLiberty University requires a “Statement of Teaching Philosophy”.The Statement of Teaching Philosophy is a couple of paragraphsabout how you will incorporate your faith into your teaching.In addition, Liberty University requires three signed referenceletters – two professional and one pastoral. Please have yourreferences write their letter/email to Dr. Shanna Akers.1. Reference letters may be mailed through the US post office.Please have your references mail their letter to the full addressbelow.Liberty University School of NursingMrs. Cindy Wright – 7105661971 University BlvdLynchburg, VA 245152. Reference letters may be delivered in sealed envelopespersonally to Cindy Wright in DeMoss Hall 2142.3. Reference letters may be emailed. Please email them [email protected] Reference letters may be submitted with your application. Whenyou fill out your application online, you will be given anopportunity to upload references on the Liberty HR applicationwebsite.Quicklinkhttps://jobs.liberty.edu/postings/30437Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterTranscriptsLetter of RecommendationCurriculum VitaeTeaching PhilosophyPastoral Reference LetterAcademic/Professional Reference Letter 1Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2Professional License(s)Optional DocumentsCareer Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)Unofficial Transcript 1Unofficial Transcript 2Unofficial Transcript 3Other DocumentSupplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Please list all current certifications or licenses.(Open Ended Question)Have you ever had your professional licensure suspended orrevoked (LPN, RN)?No ResponseYesNolast_img read more


Taste test

first_imgWith the third National Craft Bakers’ Week only a few weeks away the campaign is building momentum with more bakers registering to take part than ever beforeAccording to the National Association of Master Bakers, National Craft Bakers’ Week provides a united voice for inde-pendent bakers across the country, championing the artisanal skills that have been used for generations; the vital role of the baker’s shop in a local community; and the difference in taste between craft made goods and those produced in factories.Participating in this year’s campaign and helping raise consumers’ awareness of the event is sporting legend Dame Kelly Holmes, who is a big fan of local bakers and freshly baked bread, savouries and cakes.Supported by free point-of-sale material and guidelines on how to promote their businesses, bakers are already planning amazing events that showcase their skills and involve their local community and are posting details on the NAMB’s new Facebook page www.facebook.com/nationalcraftbakersweek. Other bakers are busy making contact with local radio stations and newspapers to spread news of their offers, demonstrations and competitions.Sampling experienceA key part of National Craft Bakers’ Week 2011 is a national taste experience, taking place on Wednesday 21 September. Bakers are urged to take part in what the NAMB believes will be the largest simultaneous tasting experience in the country.Bakers are encouraged to invite customers and passers-by or community groups to sample their menu of goods and appreciate for themselves how good artisan crafted, freshly baked cakes, breads, savouries and pastries can be, so that they realise what a valuable asset they have in their community.”We want every craft baker, regardless of whether they are doing anything else or not, to celebrate National Craft Bakers’ Week, by offering customers, passers-by and local community groups a chance to sample freshly baked goods on Wednesday 21 September,” says NAMB CEO Gill Brooks-Lonican. “By involving all bakers we want this to be the biggest simultaneous tasting event in the country. The more bakers involved, the bigger the positive impact on the consumer will be and, hopefully, local community bakers can reclaim some of their high street customers.” Registration Register today for your free marketing pack and to be included within the press campaign to put local media in touch with participating bakers. This aims to boost local news coverage that will benefit your business.Complete the online registration form at www.masterbakers.co.uk or telephone 01920 468061. Also, please send details of any forthcoming events for the week to the NAMB, so it can pass details on to its press contacts. Support group The National Craft Bakers’ Week activity is organised by the National Association of Master Bakers (NAMB) in association with a group of key bakery suppliers (Bako NW, Bakels, BFP Wholesale, California Raisins, CSM United Kingdom, Macphie, Marriage’s, Puratos and the Reynard Group) along with British Baker magazine.last_img read more


5 signs of a leader

first_imgPart of being a leader is helping the next generation prepare to transition into management roles. Within your organization, that starts with hiring the right people and then providing them with opportunities to grow both personally and professionally.As your company faces changes and challenges, who are the employees that will step up and support your leadership to get through them? Marcel Schwantes, principal and founder of Leadership From the Core, shares five signs you can look for when identifying leadership potential.Self-control: Leaders must make tough decisions and handle uncomfortable situations all the time. In these moments, it’s critical to be measured, reasonable and patient, not only for the success of your company but also to maintain the trust of other employees. Look for those who can respond well to conflict. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »last_img read more


UW continues long road trip

first_imgKRIS UGARRIZA/Herald photoThe Wisconsin volleyball team will travel to Michigan State on Saturday for the second leg of four straight road matches.After beating Northwestern in four sets Wednesday, the Badgers (13-4, 3-2 Big Ten) have won it’s past three Big Ten matches to overcome an 0-2 start in conference play.“Absolutely the team is in a better mood,” head coach Pete Waite said. “Anytime we lose matches we are not a happy group, and that is what we battle for all the time, is to get the win. You get back in the gym and you look at things a little more closely, and you ask the players to crank it up a bit, and the players have done a great job with that.”UW has been winning games with a balanced offense, and the Badgers will look to continue that trend against the Spartans (10-5, 2-2 Big Ten). In their last match against Northwestern, no player recorded double-digit kills, but six players put away six or more.“We had some people step up and do some nice things,” Waite said in an interview with the UWBadgers.com. “Audra Jeffers had a big night for us, and overall there’s a pretty good balance. We had seven people that finished up with anywhere from four kills to nine kills, and that means we had a good balanced attack, and we were happy about that.”MSU started off the season hot, going 10-0 in September. The Spartans have stumbled recently, however, losing their last two to Indiana and Penn State.The Badgers must continue their hot play if they wish to beat the Spartans in East Lansing. MSU has gone 6-0 at home for the season, their longest home winning streak since 2002.The Spartans boast one of the top freshmen in the Big Ten in setter Natalie Emro. Emro leads the team in assists at 10.58 per set and is second on the team in blocks. Emro has also chipped in as a hitter, averaging 1.25 kills per set while hitting a .309. Besides Emro, MSU features one of the top middle blockers in the conference, junior Vanessa King. King ranks second on the team in total kills but leads the Spartan regulars in hitting at .357. If UW is to win, it must find a way to get around King’s blocking, where the junior averages 1.25 blocks per set.Even though the Badgers have won their last three conference games, the team believes it needs to keep the intensity up to remain competitive in the Big Ten.“Practice has remained intense this week,” setter Nikki Klingsporn said. “It is still going to keep getting more intense and more intense just because we are getting farther and farther into the season. We need to keep competing if we want to get to the top by the end of the year.”last_img read more