Adjunct Faculty - Clinical (Nursing)

Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
TUNY - School of Health Sciences
Position Type
Schedule Shift
Hours Per Week
As needed
FLSA Status


The Clinical Instructor works under a course coordinator in the undergraduate BS degree nursing program in Brooklyn, NY. Instructor would be at a designated clinical site with 6-8 students with an emphasis on the care of a patient for a fifteen week semester. A clinical is on a designated day of the week for the entire semester, depending on the needs of the program and semester schedule. Clinical instructors must be available for all clinical assignment dates on the schedule. Instructors are hired for Fall and Spring semesters of the program. Clinicals can be held in hospitals and patient care facilities in any of the five boroughs, depending on approvals and needs of the program.


  • Complete facility orientation prior to the start of clinical
  • Create patient assignments prior to the start of the clinical day
  • Supervise students in all aspects of care of patients/clients
  • Review and provide feedback for all written clinical assignments
  • Submit grades for assignments as directed by course coordinator
  • Provide weekly feedback to students in the clinical area
  • Complete midterm/final clinical evaluations
  • Plan instructional activities for pre/post conferences
  • Communicate and issues at the clinical site with course coordinator
  • Responsible for all clinical hours assigned to the course.
  • Assist in Proctoring exams if needed
  • Attend faculty meetings once a semester


Degree Requirements:

  • Master of Science in Nursing 

Other Requirements:

  • Valid, unencumbered New York State RN License
  • 2-5 years experience in clinical supervision of students and clinical nursing experience
  • Current BLS

Travel Requirements:

  • Weekly, to assigned clinical site within the five boroughs of New York City

Maximum Salary

USD $90.00/Hr.

Minimum Salary

USD $80.00/Hr.


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