"Prepare to be the best" is not just a saying at Clarkson College; it's part of our Mission. Every member of our team plays a vital role in preparing students to professionally provide high quality, ethical and compassionate health care services and become the best in their chosen field.
Clarkson College is currently seeking an adjunct Instructor to teach in the online Doctor of Healthcare Education and Leadership (EdD) Program, with an anticipated start date of May 2023.
This position will teach one of four dissertation courses embedded in the EdD curriculum with a primary focus on quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research approaches. In addition to helping EdD students identify, refine, and finalize their dissertation research methodology/design and write Chapter 3 (Methodology) of the dissertation, this Instructor will serve as a Dissertation Chair and Dissertation Committee Member. This position may also teach other courses in the EdD curriculum.
Terminal degree (EdD, PhD)
College/university teaching, preferably at the graduate level.
Qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed-methods research.
Community and/or organizational leadership.
Use of digital learning management systems (e.g., Canvas).
Professional experience in a research-related discipline or industry.
Healthcare educator, researcher, practitioner, or administrator
College/university administrator or researcher
Publications and Scholarly Writing
Clarkson College is a private college in Omaha, Nebraska and is known for leading the education and training needs in our region for over 130 years. Recognized as a 2022 Great College to Work For, Clarkson College's core values consist of learning, excellence, integrity, commitment, and caring.
Clarkson College is an Equal Opportunity Employer: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, marital status, sex, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity and protected veterans' status.
Working at Clarkson College means making a commitment to teaching and developing future health care leaders. Your work will be key to the success of your co-workers as you help our students feel comfortable, prepared and confident to enter this rewarding field.