Professor, Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Program – 3 vacancies

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Professor, Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) Program – 3 vacancies

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Job ID: J0424-1264
Classification: Full-time Faculty
Campus/Location: Morningside
Posting Date: April 23, 2024
Closing Date: May 14, 2024

Salary: As per the Academic Collective Agreement

Centennial College recognizes and affirms Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Indigenous ways of knowing as central to the vibrancy and uniqueness of its learning and working academic mission. We strongly encourage applications from members of Indigenous communities and all equity-deserving groups including Women, Racialized, Persons with Disabilities, and LGBTQ+ communities.

We also recognize that Centennial is situated on the Treaty Lands of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation and pay tribute to their legacy as well as that of all First Peoples that have been and remain present here in Toronto. We recognize that First Peoples come from sovereign Nations and that part of understanding our responsibilities of residing on this territory is understanding the true history, circumstances, and legacy of the Treaties signed here (such as the Toronto Purchase, Robinson-Huron Treaty, and Williams Treaties) and including pre-contact Treaties and Agreements between sovereign Nations and that all peoples in this area are therefore Treaty people with obligations and responsibilities to all our relations.

About School of Community and Health Studies – Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) program

The School of Community and Health Studies (SCHS) specializes in education that helps people and communities. Nestled in the Rouge Valley Conservation area, our Morningside Campus serves as the headquarters for our innovative health and community-focused programs. These programs are taught in state-of-the-art laboratories, where students receive hands-on experience in simulated environments, and learn to inspire and change lives. Centennial College's collaborative nursing degree program is offered in partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University and George Brown College and provides diverse clinical placements, simulation, group study, and interactive teaching strategies leading to a BScN degree. The department also offers bridging to university nursing and post-diploma programs.

The College’s Academic Plan 2021-2025 is our collective guide to a new world of work and learning and with a range of Wildly Important Goals - bold promises to our students and to the communities we serve - the Academic plan will chart Centennial’s course for the years to come.

Position Summary

Reporting to the Associate Dean of Nursing, the Professor will deliver high-quality academic, clinical, and research-related course curriculum to a diverse student population, successfully preparing them to make a difference in the future of healthcare. The Collaborative BScN nursing degree program is a collaborative partnership with two reputable post-secondary institutions – Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) and George Brown College.

The successful candidate will deliver current and evidence-based course content using Universal Design Principles (UDL) in classroom and laboratory settings to ensure that our students experience the best learning outcomes. The professor will actively participate in program and course development and modifications, program advisory committees, program planning and accreditation, applied research and scholarship initiatives, community outreach, and contribute to ongoing future program needs. Applications from applicants with a specialization and/ or research scholarship interest in acute medical/surgical, critical care, pathotherapeutics, and simulation, are particularly encouraged to apply.


• Create and promote a safe, respectful, and inclusive learning environment that engages students from diverse backgrounds; use a variety of teaching methods informed by current best practices in teaching and learning scholarship and educational research
• Use educational technologies to enhance the learning experience for learners, improve access to and inclusion in learning through the creation of flexible, adaptable engagement strategies (e.g., through the application of the principles of Universal Design for Learning), and teach across different modalities (e.g., in-person, HyFlex/hybrid, online)
• Critically examine learning materials and classroom instructional practice for discriminatory bias or barriers
• Ensure teaching and curriculum are reflective of the latest innovations and trends in industry or work-related environments
• Participate in ongoing curriculum renewal and development, program design, and quality assurance reviews
• Evaluate student achievement of learning outcomes with a variety of approaches and techniques and provide regular, timely feedback; maintain records of student grades/assessments
• Build sustainable and collaborative relations with internal academic and external industry partners
• Gather and reflect upon student feedback and perspectives (e.g., through Student Course Feedback Surveys) to inform and revise teaching strategies and approaches, curriculum and learning environments
• Participate in reflective practice; maintain professional development in teaching and learning by participating in relevant activities/events, (e.g., contributing to the scholarship of teaching and learning, engage in industry associations or groups)
• Participate in faculty meetings and activities.
• Provide academic support as required



• Completion of PhD in Nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Doctor of Education (EdD), or a doctorate in a related discipline is required. If education is in a related field of study, please state how it is related.
• Candidates completing their PhD in Nursing, DNP, or EdD within the next year will be considered.
• Registered Nurse in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) required.

• Minimum two (2) years of teaching experience in a classroom, lab, or online environment through a variety of curriculum delivery modalities at the postsecondary level required.
• Minimum two (2) years experience working as a Registered Nurse.
• Relevant nursing clinical practice and/or teaching experience in acute medical/surgical, pathotherapeutics, and simulation within the last five years required.
• Evidence of scholarly work including publications, conference presentations, and research projects related to nursing.
• Demonstrated ability to design, facilitate, and assess learning in accordance with adult learning principles and Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
• Demonstrated commitment to the principles and practices of equity, anti-racism, decolonizing/decolonization, and accessibility

• Experience with curriculum development, preparing reports required for College Program Quality Review, CNO Program Approval, and CASN Accreditation (5–7-year cycles)
• Experience in peer-reviewed grant applications

Note: A teaching demonstration will be required during the interview process.

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Proof of credentials or equivalencies from accredited regional or federal post-secondary institutions and/or their foreign equivalents will be required at the time of the job offer.

When applying, your cover letter and résumé must include examples that reflect all of the requested skills and qualifications and must be submitted online May 14, 2024. Please quote Job ID J0424-1264. Misrepresentation of applicant information will be grounds for your exclusion from the competition or for dismissal should you subsequently be hired for the position. We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are committed to providing persons with disabilities equal opportunities regarding all employment activities, including access to jobs and accommodations during employment as required, in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code (OHRC) and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
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