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Lecturer Part-time Temporary-Informatics


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School / Campus / College: University of Washington, Tacoma

Organization: School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership

Title: Lecturer Part-time Temporary-Informatics


Position Details


Position Description

The School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership at the University of Washington Tacoma invites applications for a non-tenure track, temporary part-time lecturer position to teach informatics courses. The appointment period is generally in alignment with the academic quarter. The position is dependent on curricular need and available funding. Part-time lecturers are non-voting members of the UW Tacoma faculty. 

 

The successful candidate’s primary duties for this position are instructional and include teaching one or more informatics courses in the Healthcare Leadership (HCL) and/or Master of Nursing (MN) program.  

The position may require on-site face-to-face availability for course instruction, online/hybrid instruction, or remote synchronous instruction and teaching assignments may include days and/or evenings. Teaching excellence is expected of all successful candidates. The specific needs include teaching THLEAD 405: Healthcare Informatics I: FundamentalsTHLEAD 406: Healthcare Informatics II: Health Data Analytics; and T NURS 554: Informatics & Healthcare Technology

 

UWT’s School of Nursing and Healthcare Leadership current offerings include RN-BSN, MN, and Healthcare Leadership. The RN-BSN program focuses on critical thinking, cultural diversity, communication, and working with communities. The MN Program study options are Leader in Healthcare Delivery and Nurse Educator. The Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Healthcare Leadership is for students who wish to pursue a career in a leadership role. 

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree (for those teaching T NURS 554, the degree must be in Nursing from an accredited institution; will consider applicants with Masters degree to be awarded by December 2021). 

  • For those interested in teaching T NURS 554 only: Unencumbered RN license in Washington state and 3 years of experience as a RN  

  • Demonstrated experience teaching informatics courses 

  • Commitment to and understanding of the learning needs of diverse adult learners

Instructions

  • A current curriculum vita (CV), which includes courses taught 

  • A letter of interest that addresses the requirements for this position and which course you are prepared to teach (THLEAD 405, THLEAD 406, or T NURS 554). 

  • Contact information for three people that can write a letter of reference. Please do not send reference letters at time of application. 

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