Nursing Faculty - Traditional Undergraduate

The School of Nursing invites applications for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor, beginning in the 2021-2022 academic year. Rank and salary are based on degree earned, college teaching, and other professional experience.

Qualifications:

Qualifications include an advanced degree in nursing and NYS license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse.  Preference will be given to advanced practice nurses and individuals with a completed doctoral degree.  Candidates must be highly skilled and flexible, able to teach a wide variety of courses to undergraduate and graduate students in traditional and nontraditional programs. In addition, a successful candidate will be able to demonstrate cultural competence and must value the principles of diversity and equity.

Responsibilities:

The primary responsibility is teaching. Additional responsibilities include advising nursing students, serving on School of Nursing and college committees, and collaborating to develop new programs and community partnerships. Promotion and tenure at the College is based on achievement across four broad categories: teaching, scholarship, profession-related activity, and service.

School of Nursing

The School of Nursing has the largest undergraduate program at Roberts Wesleyan College.  As a learning community grounded in the Christian faith and committed to excellence in nursing through innovative education, scholarship and service, the School of Nursing serves 350+ nursing students in growing pre-licensure and post-licensure bachelor of nursing degree programs and a vibrant graduate program with nursing education and nursing leadership/administration tracks. The School of Nursing is has a state of the art Simulation and Practice Lab facilities and newly renovated classroom space with excellent teaching technology.

Candidates must demonstrate a Christian faith commitment consistent with the mission of the College, and a commitment to achieving the educational goals and teaching standards established by the School. See below.

Identity Statement:  From the Roberts Wesleyan College Strategic Plan (2014)

Roberts Wesleyan College is an academic community led by faithful men and women who share a deep commitment to Christ-centered living and learning. In the spirit of our Wesleyan heritage, we embrace the rich diversity of the Christian faith. We welcome as employees all who share our Christian commitment and as students all who respect that commitment. Focused on teaching and students, we provide transformative educational experiences in the liberal arts and professional fields for traditional and nontraditional students so that they may fulfill our mission of scholarship, spiritual formation, and service in their local communities and throughout the world.

Application Process: 

Employees of Roberts Wesleyan College must fully support the institution’s mission and values. Please review the RWC Mission Statement, Statement of Christian Vision, and Community Ethos Statement available on the college’s web site (below) prior to submitting an application and curriculum vita. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should e-mail or mail:

  1. a letter of application, specifying areas of teaching and research interest and practice experiences,
  2. a curriculum vitae,
  3. an RWC Application for Faculty Position, available at www.roberts.edu/employment (please be sure to include full contact information for three references).

Robert Dorman, DNP, RN-BC
Program Director, Traditional Undergraduate Nursing
dorman_robert@roberts.edu
Roberts Wesleyan College
2301 Westside Dr.
Rochester, NY 14624

If you have any questions, please reach out to Dr. Dorman at dorman_robert@roberts.edu or 585-594-6103.

Roberts Wesleyan College complies with all applicable non-discrimination laws and is committed to the enhancement of human dignity and workplace diversity.