RAMAPO COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY:
Mission: Ramapo College of New Jersey is New Jersey’s Public Liberal Arts College, dedicated to providing students a strong foundation for a lifetime of achievement. The College is committed to academic excellence through interdisciplinary and experiential learning, and international and intercultural understanding. Ramapo College emphasizes teaching and individual attention to all students. We promote diversity, inclusiveness, sustainability, student engagement, and community involvement.
Established in 1969, Ramapo College offers bachelor’s degrees in the arts, business, humanities, social sciences and the sciences, as well as in professional studies, which include business, elementary education, nursing and social work. The College also offers articulated programs, including dental, optometry, chiropractic and health professions, as well as visual arts therapy and law, with colleges and institutions in New Jersey and New York.
Undergraduate students may choose to concentrate their studies in one of five schools with more than 539 course offerings and more than 36 academic programs. Ramapo College boasts an average student/faculty ratio of 18:1 and an average class size of 23; affording students the opportunity to develop close ties to the College’s exceptional faculty.
At Ramapo College, your regular instructional schedule of six courses per academic year also may include assignments as College needs dictate, day classes, evening classes and Saturday classes. Faculty assignments also include academic advisement, committee work, unit meetings, education and professional development, supervision of students’ field work, and other related duties. Additionally, as a faculty member at Ramapo College, it is expected that you will support the mission of the College and actively participate in College-wide events, such as Commencement, Fall Convocation, State of the College Address, Open House/Immediate Decision Day. It is important to note that Ramapo faculty is generally expected to teach at a variety of course levels, support the General Education curriculum as assigned, participate in a rigorous student learning outcomes assessment process and can expect to be a presence on campus approximately four days per week.Duties/Responsibilities:
Provides didactic and clinical/laboratory instruction for all baccalaureate and graduate students.
Participates in curricular review, design and implementation of courses, evaluation of students, outcomes measurement, continual improvement, and full implementation of curriculum.
Participates in departmental and college wide committees and adopts an active role in service to the community.
Serves as course coordinator for assigned courses and works with partner faculty for coordination of courses.
Participates in scholarly activities in the areas of scholarly presentations, research, and publications.Education/Experience:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) and a Doctoral degree in nursing or related field is required.
Professional teaching and/or clinical experience is required.