Teacher for special tasks (f/m/d) "Dual and executive nursing" (50 %) at Münster School of Health
What is waiting for you:
You are teaching primarily in the clinical degree pro-grammes "Dual / executive nursing".
Your teaching focuses on clinical nursing content of science-based care practice.
You are designing innovative teaching-learning concepts in-dependently with a high praxis reference and plan them for example, for the application in our skills laboratory.
We count on you to support us in the expansion of our range of courses and the constant improvement of processes.
You are specifically committed to supporting the dual students in particular and support them in their socialisation/role development as academic nursing professionals.
In addition, you participate in projects in multi-professional teams on department teaching and research and supervise theses.
What you bring:
Your basis is a completed university education focussing on nursing.
A completed nursing training in health care/(paediatric) nursing or geriatric nursing as well as two years of relevant professional experience outside the higher education institution are prerequisites; further training on specific topics is desirable.
Equally desirable would be experience in nursing care, e.g. - case management - concepts of nursing actions - palliative care - wound management - culture-sensitive care.
You are also experience in the organisation and independent execution of courses.
You are capable of performing scientific works independently.
• You enjoy passing on knowledge and inspiring students for your doctrine.
What we can offer you:
A permanent position with 12 credit hours per week as a teacher for special tasks, probably as of 01.01.2023.
The non-tariff remuneration up to salary category 13 (TV-L) depends on your personal requirements.
You can count on a wide range of opportunities to shape the academic self-administration.
We allow you freedom for professional exploration of current topics in teaching.
Our family-friendly framework provides support for you so that family and career are in harmony.
We look forward to your online application by 30.09.2022. For reasons of data security, we kindly ask you to apply exclusively via our online form.
Should you have any questions, please contact: Prof. Dr. Claudia Oetting-Roß (email@example.com) or Katharina Nöfer (Phone 0251-83 64420).
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