HAITI | Professor of Nursing

Job Title:  Professor of Nursing

Length of Service:  1 month to 2+ years

Ministry Vision / Purpose: Partnering to see individuals and communities MADE NEW!

General Description: 
Work directly under the Vice-Deans of the School of Nursing; teach two classes per trimester; monitor academics and clinical competence of students; serve as member of the Academic Committee; collaborate closely with the (Haitian) Administrator and each of our four Vice-Deans (freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior)

Positions include:
  • Medical-Surgical Nursing (12 weeks to 2+ years)
  • Nursing Research (2 weeks at the beginning of the trimester and 2 weeks at end of trimester)
  • Synthesis of Nursing Research (12 weeks)
  • Pharmacology and Drug Dosaging (12 weeks)
  • Psychiatric Nursing (12 weeks)
  • Professional Development (12-week senior-level course for transitioning to professional RNs)
  • Geriatric in Nursing (12 weeks)
  • Leadership and Administration in Nursing (12 weeks)
  • Global Health (12 weeks)
  • Pediatric Nursing (12 weeks)
  • Minimum of a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing
  • Master's degree preferred or sufficient experience in the field to teach
Field Background:  Haiti is a country of over 9 million people and is widely considered the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The country has been evangelized over the past 100 years and most of the evangelism taking place now is done through the established Haitian churches. Even with the presence of evangelical churches there is still a large percent of the people who practice voodoo. 

The Haiti Wesleyan Mission is transitioning into more of a supporting role with the Haitian Wesleyan Church. We are working hard to invest in, encourage, and train Haitian leaders who will rise up to lead their country forward in Kingdom work. The mission's ministries include: an agricultural development station (Delice), a ministry center for mission teams and the National Church (Ortlip Ministry Center), the La Gonave Wesleyan Hospital, the Haiti School of Nursing, and the La Gonave Station that hosts mission teams and provides support to the School of Nursing and the hospital. Global Partners missionaries also work with West Indies Self Help (WISH) to maintain the only water supply to the entire town of 50,000, to operate a new desalinization plant in town, too assist with small business development and more.