A clinical instructor works with Master’s Entry Program in Nursing students.
Clinical instructors provide entry-level master’s-degree nursing students with guidance during skills labs and clinical rotations.

Would you like to teach UC Davis prelicensure nursing students?

The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing seeks part-time instructors to teach clinical rotations for the Master’s Entry Program in Nursing. Clinical instruction takes place in locations throughout the region that meet the Board of Registered Nursing requirements. Current needs include registered nurses with expertise in mental health and community health.

Who is qualified to serve as a clinical instructor?

Clinical instructors must be registered nurses who earned master’s degrees — with either the bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in nursing. The school seeks clinical expertise in all areas: medical-surgical, pediatrics, women’s health (OB), geriatrics, and especially in mental health and community health.

What is the role of the clinical instructor?

Part-time clinical instructors serve as part of the faculty team and collaborate with didactic teaching faculty to ensure all course objectives are met for each student. Training and development is offered before instruction begins.

Where can I get more information?

If you are interested in more information, please send an email with your questions to our team at hs-SONclinical@ucdavis.edu.

How can I apply?

Email your C.V. and letter of interest to hs-SONclinical@ucdavis.edu with MEPN clinical instructor in the subject line. Please indicate your specialty area in the letter of interest.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Selection for interviews is based on need, specialty area, work hours and UC policies.

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