Employment & Job Postings

Adjunct Faculty

Urbana University seeks qualified professionals to teach in adjunct positions in all disciplines. Appointments will be made on an as-needed basis. A minimum of a Master’s degree is required in the discipline he/she would teach. Send letter of interest, current vitae & copies of all college transcripts to Human Resources.

Mathematics Instructor

Immediate part-time openings for mathematics instructors for the fall semester to teach freshman and sophomore mathematics courses. Send letter of interest, current vitae and copies of all college transcripts to hr@franklin.edu.   

NSG 750 Nursing Administration:  Theory and Practice

Urban University, a division of Franklin University, is seeking part-time adjunct faculty members to teach courses in support of its undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Founded in 1850, Urbana University serves more than 1800 students from around the world. Known for innovative academic programs that feature personal attention from faculty, the University offers more than 30 undergraduate programs and several graduate degrees, delivering coursework in class, online, or a combination of both.

We are seeking adjunct instructors to teach NSG 750 Nursing Administration:  Theory and Practice. Instructors would be teaching master’s degree nursing students in Dayton, Ohio using a hybrid teaching/learning format. Class will meet at Good Samaritan Hospital on Monday evenings from 5:30 – 9:30 PM from March 16 – May 8, 2015.

This course is intended to provide graduate nursing students with the theory, knowledge and application necessary to deal with advanced management practice issues. It also focuses on the development of skills necessary for transformational leadership today. Many concepts are presented that impact patient care, the nursing staff, and the organization on a daily basis. Students who complete this course will have a far-reaching knowledge base in which to practice in a management role and produce effective results. Analysis and operations are provided via case study learning methods. New thought concepts are presented to increase awareness of the changing nature of management and leadership.

 Candidates must have a Master's degree in Nursing; a doctorate degree is preferred.  In addition, the successful candidate will also possess three to five years of relevant work experience and have experience teaching at the college level.  Preference will be given to candidates that have online teaching experience. 

To apply, complete the adjunct faculty application at www.franklin.edu/careers, attach a copy of your resume or curriculum vita and submit these as an email titled "Urbana Nursing 750" to adjunct@franklin.edu.

NSG 755 Human Resource Management and Workforce Development

Urban University, a division of Franklin University, is seeking part-time adjunct faculty members to teach courses in support of its undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Founded in 1850, Urbana University serves more than 1800 students from around the world. Known for innovative academic programs that feature personal attention from faculty, the University offers more than 30 undergraduate programs and several graduate degrees, delivering coursework in class, online, or a combination of both.

We are seeking adjunct instructors to teach NSG 755 Human Resource Management and Workforce Development. Instructors would be teaching master’s degree nursing students in Dayton, Ohio using a hybrid teaching/learning format. Class will meet at Miami Valley Hospital on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 – 9:30 PM from March 16 – May 8, 2015.

This course offers a state-of-the-art integration of theoretical and evidence-based management of human resources in healthcare organizations. The focus of the course is on leadership of transformational human resource management processes by line managers in complex adaptive organizational systems. Leadership, change, organizational culture, management systems, and symbolic communication are emphasized. Students will also participate in career development activities including reflective writing assignments, presentations, and resume preparation. The content of this course is relevant to all practicing managers in healthcare organizations.

Candidates must have a Master's degree in Nursing; a doctorate degree is preferred.  In addition, the successful candidate will also possess three to five years of relevant work experience and have experience teaching at the college level.  Preference will be given to candidates that have online teaching experience. 

To apply, complete the adjunct faculty application at www.franklin.edu/careers, attach a copy of your resume or curriculum vita and submit these as an email titled "Urbana Nursing 755" to adjunct@franklin.edu.

EOE/AA

It is the policy of Urbana University to offer equal employment opportunity to all, regardless of sex, age, race, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry. Urbana University recruits, hires, trains, upgrades, and promotes based solely upon the qualifications of the individual in relation to the experience and skills required for the position concerned. Urbana University will continue to employ and promote individuals who demonstrate the greatest potential for a long, continuous employment career with the University.

From Our Alumni

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