University of Michigan LEO Lecturer III in Ann Arbor, Michigan
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NOTE: This appointment is expected to begin Fall term, 2016.
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Current curriculum vita
Evidence of didactic clinical teaching experience (teaching statement)
Three (3) letters of professional recommendation
Copy of your nursing diploma
Copy of your nursing license in the State of Michigan is required for this position (current licensure or willingness to obtain licensure)
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The School of Nursing (UMSN), Office of Undergraduate Studies, Undergraduate Program is a recruiting Community Health Nursing professional as a LEO Lecturer III to serve as an Outreach Coordinator who would work closely with the community, the Faculty of Record (FOR) assigned to the course and students to identify and address health concerns related to lead exposure in the Latino community in Flint, MI (including the Hamilton Clinic, Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, and/or the surrounding areas), and would help to provide continuity across semesters. S/he will work with the FOR and students to develop three (3) educational programs on topics of interest to the community including nutrition related to lead exposure, stress identification and management, and growth and development. The selected candidate would primarily devote their time to needs assessment and identifying health needs within the community. Thereafter, a more specific timeline will be developed based on this assessment; however, the assessment will be ongoing and the timeline may be adapted based on community preferences.
Approximately 20 hours per week on average (.50 FTE) would be spent in this position; some portion of this time would be spent in Flint, MI communicating with local stakeholders from the Latino community: the remainder would be spent in assisting with community assessment, follow-up of concerns identified and development of educational materials, including translation into Spanish. Continuity of the projects over the full calendar year would be provided by the outreach coordinator.
N456 – Community Health Nursing: In the Community Health Nursing course, students are guided to think critically about the role and core competencies of community health nursing in promoting health, preventing disease, and restoring health. Emphasis is placed on the synthesis of concepts, theories, knowledge, and practice from nursing and public health sciences to determine the health status, needs, and assets of communities and their members. Strategies for health care delivery, application of health-related technologies and databases, and multidisciplinary collaboration are emphasized. In the associated clinical course, of which this site would be one, the nursing process is applied to individuals, families, aggregates and communities within diverse population and ecological contexts. Students assess physical, social, and cultural environments, identify populations at risk, and implement and evaluate appropriate nursing interventions. During clinical practice they apply the nursing process in delivering community health nursing services in partnership with health agencies and communities.
The University of Michigan is a world-class research-intensive, enriched and highly collaborative institution. The UMSN offers a full range of accredited educational programs and is consistently ranked among the top nursing schools in the country. Please visit our website at http://www.nursing.umich.edu/ for more information.
A Bachelor of nursing degree in community health nursing is required; master of nursing degree is community health nursing preferred.
Must be bi-lingual in Spanish.
Preference will be given to applicants who have clinical teaching experience and content expertise in community health nursing.
A nursing license in the State of Michigan is required for this position (current licensure or willingness to obtain licensure).
Prior to the start date, the selected candidates must be in compliance with all health requirements.
Working Title: Outreach Coordinator
This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement between the U-M and the Lecturers Employee Organization, AFL-CIO, which contains and settles all matters with respect to wages, benefits, hours and other terms and conditions of employment.
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The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Job Opening ID
LEO Lecturer III - Bi-lingual in Spanish
LEO Lecturer III
Ann Arbor CampusAnn Arbor, MI
School of Nursing
Posting Begin/End Date
10/17/2016 – 10/24/2016
LEO - Lecturers
Apply Now at http://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/apply/132934