FACULTY OF NURSING
ASSISTANT TEACHING PROFESSOR - PSYCHIATRIC MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALTY
The Faculty of Nursing at the University of New Brunswick invites applications from qualified individuals for a Tenure Track Assistant Teaching Professor position (formally titled Instructor). This will be a full-time appointment. The position involves a combination of remote and in-person classroom, clinical and laboratory teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Expertise in clinical practice in the area of psychiatric mental health nursing is required for this position. Service within the university and the community is an expectation of the role. Experience teaching in an academic setting inclusive of both classroom and clinical courses, preferably in psychiatric mental health, is an asset. Scholarly work contributing to the scholarship of teaching and learning is an expectation of this role. Research and active participation in governance and decision-making within the Faculty are also expected. Experience in using quantitative research methods would be considered an asset.
Founded in 1785, UNB is one of the oldest public universities in North America which stands on the unsurrendered and unceded traditional Wolastoqey land. The Faculty of Nursing has a satellite campus in Moncton, a remote program delivery in the Miramichi, a living laboratory at the Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre and a collaborative partnership for delivery of the BN Program with Humber College in Toronto.
All UNB sites share a common curriculum based on principles of primary health care, caring and social justice. Foundational to the curriculum are five abilities that are considered essential to working successfully in our healthcare environment. Outcomes for theory and clinical courses are intentionally designed and levelled across the program to ensure that graduates have developed the five requisite abilities. The Bachelor of Nursing degree has a 4-year undergraduate program and a 2-year accelerated program. The integrated nature of our curriculum means that we can consider various areas of clinical and teaching expertise for this position. The Master of Nursing Program has two streams: a thesis/research-based stream and a Nurse Practitioner stream. Research and active participation in governance and decision-making within the Faculty are also expected.
Qualifications: Applicants must have a Master's degree in Nursing or a related field. A PhD in nursing or related health discipline is an asset. A demonstrated ability to teach effectively is also expected. Five years of a full-time clinical practice in psychiatric mental health is expected. Applicants must be registered or eligible to obtain registration with the Nurses Association of New Brunswick (NANB) prior to beginning this appointment. International applications must include evidence of completion of stages 1 and 2 of the NANB registration processes.
This position will begin July 1, 2023, dependent on the availability of a successful applicant and subject to final budgetary approval. Electronic application packages should include a cover letter outlining the reasons for seeking the position, attributes you bring to the position, a teaching philosophy and an up-to-date CV. The names and addresses (postal and email) of three referees one of whom should be a direct supervisor are to be included. Application packages may be submitted to:
Dr. Lorna Butler, Dean
Faculty of Nursing, University of New Brunswick
PO Box 4400 Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (506) 458-7625
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Review of applications will begin upon receipt and continue until the position is filled.
Short-listed candidates will be required to provide satisfactory proof of credentials including appropriately certified translations of credentials into English, as applicable.
The University of New Brunswick is committed to employment equity and fostering diversity within our community and developing an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the broader community that we serve. The University welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals who will help us achieve our goals, including women, visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.