IAFN Seeks Forensic Nurse Consultants
IAFN is seeking forensic nurses who are interested in serving as consultants/contractors. IAFN continues to apply for external funding to develop resources for improving forensic nursing practice, and we rely on the expertise of our members to help us develop and deliver these resources. In preparation for the next 12-24 months, IAFN is looking for forensic nurses that have a variety of skills and expertise, including:
- Technical Writing
- Curriculum development
We are looking for practicing forensic nurses who have experience with the following patient populations (victim or offender status):
- General Forensics, and those who practice as generalists
- Sexual Assault -Adult/Adolescent
- Sexual Assault -Pediatric
- Intimate Partner Violence
- Elder Mistreatment
Most of the projects we anticipate having will be paid short-term contractual assignments. Fees will likely be set as a set project payment, terms to be negotiated. Some projects will be unpaid but will advance the profession in ways that cannot be quantified. All completed work will be the property of IAFN and appropriate credit will be given to all contributors.
To be considered, please submit
- an introductory letter outlining your areas of expertise,
- CV or resume,
- a sample of your work, which could include a writing sample, a course evaluation, a list of publications, etc., and
- at least 3 professional references we could contact
Attach these items to an email and send to Carey Goryl, CEO, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attach your introductory letter; do not include it in the body of your email.
All hired contractors will need to complete a W9 and all compensation over $600 will be reported to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. Consultants outside the United States are welcome and encouraged to apply. All hired contractors will be asked to sign an Independent Contractor Agreement.