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Open Until Filled • Terminal degree from accredited institution in a relatedfield• Current State Licensure: State licenses or willingness to obtainlicensure in the following states preferred: CA, DE, IL, LA, ME,NH, OR, SD, TN, WA or multi-state licenses• Experience using Canvas or other relevant online course deliveryplatform Yes Minimum Qualifications Preferred Qualifications Special Instructions to Applicants Job Summary/Basic Function Maryville University is accepting applications for Online AdjunctInstructors to teach in the Nurse Practitioner Program.Responsibilities include but are not limited to instructing thecourse based on providing curriculum and assisting students in theachievement of course objectives; moderating and guiding studentinteraction in course-related workgroups and discussion forums;scheduling and hosting office hours through the use of conferencingtools, grading and providing feedback. Practicum courseresponsibilities include establishing contact with students’preceptors, verifying student hours, and assessing clinicaltracking notes.We are seeking qualified candidates who have both teaching andindustry experience as a Family Nurse Practitioner instructor andare licensed to practice in the following states:• California• Delaware• Illinois• Louisiana• Maine• New Hampshire• Oregon• South Dakota• Tennessee• Washington**Only applicants licensed to work in the states listed abovewill be considered.** • Currently Practicing as a Family Nurse Practitioner• Minimum of one year experience working as a licensed NP (graduateschool experience does not apply)• Board Certified Nurse Practitioner, unencumbered license• Demonstrated ability to coach and assist students in achievingtheir academic goals• Exceptional oral and written communication skills• Special consideration will be given to those with licenses in thefollowing states: CA, DE, IL, LA, ME, NH, OR, SD, TN, WA ormulti-state licenses Physical Demands Posting Details Adjunct Instructors will be provided orientation and training onthe Canvas LMS and will be required to complete a self-paced onlinetraining course covering techniques for online facilitation andstudent engagement.An offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completionof a background screening.Applicants requiring University sponsorship to obtain employmentauthorization will not be considered for this position.Maryville University is committed to a policy of equal opportunityand prohibiting discrimination on the basis of age, disability,gender, genetic information, marital status, national origin,race/color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, orany other status protected by law. This extends to all aspects ofthe employment relationship, including recruiting, hiring,training, on-the-job treatment, promotion, layoff, andtermination. Advertised: July 02, 2020Applications close:
OUSU’s lavishly-produced careers guide has been slammed by students as useless for job-hunting.The Oxford and Cambridge Careers Guide brought in almost £40,000 of profit for the Student Union thanks to sponsorship deals, but failed to include the police service under its A-Z section.The guide’s introduction boasts that it is “the comprehensive guide to finding a career.” However, it only features companies who have paid for advertising.Melvin Chen, a Mansfield student who has published his own careers guide, said that OUSU’s handbook was “not really a guide.”He added, “it’s useless unless you know what you want to do and then you wouldn’t need it… It’s a waste of money and a waste of paper.”The “Not the 9-to-5” job category features only the British Horseracing Association, and only Lloyds TSB makes it into “Diversity and Inclusion” section. The Masonic Lodge has a full colour double spread, but neither the NHS nor the Army are featured.University Chancellor Chris Patten described the book as “an excellent handbook… what luxury – fit for the coffee table,” according to OUSU’s material for prospective sponsors. But students have claimed that the guide puts style over substance.A physics student hoping for a career in consulting also criticised the guide, “it’s awful. This is actually useless if you want a career. They tell you absolutely nothing about the job, it’s just a plug for the company.”He added, “it’s all style, no substance.”Another fourth year said, “careers are a huge part of our lives.” She said the emphasis on sponsored companies was “a bit silly. It’s meant to be a guide for us, but it doesn’t reflect that.”She added, “it’s got a chair on every page. So it would be quite good for home furnishing except it doesn’t tell you where they’re from.”Director of the Oxford Careers Service, Jonathan Black, said, “we guard our independence fiercely, which is why I wouldn’t put my name on this guide.”He added, “we don’t support it, but it can be useful, as long as students recognise that its selective.” The careers service encourages any publications that encourage students to think about their future.