Nursing Faculty & Teaching Staff
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|Benefits:||Linfield offers a comprehensive benefits package including 100% employer-paid medical for employee-only coverage, 100% employer-paid dental & vision for employees and their eligible dependents, life insurances and generous 403(b) retirement contributions (if eligibility requirement is met). In addition, faculty and staff are eligible for Linfield’s Tuition Remission program.|
The Power of Nursing. The Power of Teaching.
At Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing, our experienced teaching faculty and staff integrate critical thinking and clinical skills to educate and inspire the next generation of nurses. Whether in the classroom, in our state-of-the-art simulation laboratory, or in community-based and acute care clinical settings, we train students to provide holistic nursing care in a myriad of environments. The School of Nursing is actively seeking candidates for the following positions:
- Tenure-Track Nursing Faculty
- Clincial Associates
- Visiting Professors
- Part-Time Adjunct Professors
Our School of Nursing is Notable
Our innovative BSN program seeks creative faculty and staff who are passionate about teaching, and who have a commitment to diversity and learning-centered education. Linfield’s concept-based nursing curriculum provides a quality education derived from a liberal arts foundation and nursing theory and research. Linfield has curricula designed for pre-licensure students and returning registered nurses seeking a baccalaureate degree.
The mission of Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing is to create an inclusive community of learning grounded in the liberal arts values of social justice and life-long learning. The program prepares caring nurses who are committed to the profession and responsive to the needs of the global community in an ever-changing healthcare environment. Evidence-based practice and research guide student learning within a culture that promotes professional excellence and scholarship. The nursing curriculum embodies the Linfield College mission of connecting learning, life and community.
The School of Nursing is located in the heart of Northwest Portland, steps away from many of the area’s most desirable shops and restaurants, and close to multiple public transportation options.
Linfield College – An Oregon Tradition
Linfield College is a private, comprehensive, undergraduate institution with 2600 students across three campuses. The main campus, chartered in 1858, is located in McMinnville, Oregon; Linfield’s Portland campus houses the Linfield-Good Samaritan School of Nursing; and the Division of Continuing Education (DCE) offers online degree and certificate programs. Linfield is fully accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges and is committed to student and faculty diversity.
All candidates must be eligible for Oregon licensure, and three years of nursing practice experience are required for tenure track, visiting professor, and clinical associate roles. Adjunct clinical faculty must have at least two full years of current nursing practice experience. Evidence of effective teaching at the BSN level preferred. Advanced degree requirements vary by position. The doctorate is the terminal degree for tenure in Nursing at Linfield College.
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