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Current Job Postings

Assistant Professor of Nursing in Child Health Nursing
Northeastern University
Bouvé College of Health Sciences School of Nursing 
Boston, MA & Burlington, MA

The School of Nursing in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences at Northeastern University has developed a research-intensive/teaching/learning environment for students and faculty. Creating an environment where students thrive begins with the faculty. Faculty of the School of Nursing are a diverse and committed group of professionals who are highly qualified, nationally known, and characterized by a range of experiences in nursing practice, research, and education that reflect an extensive degree of excellence. The ultimate goal is to advance the School of Nursing’s position to one of the nation’s top research schools of nursing. The School of Nursing is committed to co-creating an environment conducive to incubating innovative ideas and strategies aimed at creating a more dignified patient-family-centered healthcare system.

The wide range of programs offered by the School of Nursing from baccalaureate through DNP and PhD degrees highlights the responsiveness of the School to the healthcare needs of individuals and communities in the state, nation, and globally. The School of Nursing is committed to co-creating an environment conducive to incubating innovative ideas and strategies aimed at creating a more dignified patient-family-centered healthcare system.


Assistant/Associate/Full Professor: Tenure-track or tenured positions as an Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, commensurate with candidate’s qualifications. These are academic-year appointments, and the anticipated start date is August 24, 2020.

Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Programs & Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor: This position is a 52-week non-tenure track faculty appointment with an immediate start date.

Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor: Non-tenure track faculty appointments available in the following programs: Nurse Anesthesia Program; Primary Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Program; Psychiatric/Mental Health Undergraduate Program. These positions are 52 weeks with an immediate start date.

Assistant/Associate Clinical Professor, Burlington site: Non-tenure track faculty appointment teaching in the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at our Burlington site. This position is 52 weeks with an immediate start date.


To apply,
visit the Northeastern University HRM website at https://www.northeastern.edu/hrm/ and click on Careers.
Visit the Bouvé College of Health Sciences website http://www.northeastern.edu/bouve/ for more information about our programs.

Contact information:
Search Committee Chair, Dr. Barbara Guthrie
Phone: 617-373-6913, E-mail: b.guthrie@northeastern.edu


Northeastern University Equal Employment Opportunity Policy: Northeastern University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action, Title IX, and an ADVANCE institution. Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Northeastern University embraces the wealth of diversity represented in our community and seeks to enhance it at all levels. Northeastern University is an E-Verify employer.

Assistant Professor of Nursing in Child Health Nursing
College of Nursing & Health Sciences
University of Massachusetts Boston
Boston, MA

The Department of Nursing in the College of Nursing & Health Sciences at UMass Boston invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position, specializing in Child Health Nursing, to begin September 1, 2020. Applicants must have an earned doctoral degree in nursing or a related field, have teaching and clinical experience in child health nursing, and be eligible for RN licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Candidates are expected to develop or strengthen a focused program of research/scholarship. We seek candidates who are dedicated to teaching a diverse student population and are interested in integrating research, policy, and practice in the context of promoting health equity.

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences and its Office of Research offer strong internal and external mentoring programs for faculty, including assistance with grant proposal and manuscript preparation. Our faculty have interest and research expertise in health promotion across the life course, prevention and management of communicable and non-communicable disease, social and behavioral determinants of health, population health, and health policy. The Department of Nursing, along with the Department of Exercise & Health Sciences, offer a wide range of multidisciplinary collaborative research opportunities, including those with major academic, medical and community–based institutions such as Boston Children’s Hospital, Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, UMass Medical Center, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Boston Public Schools, and other community, public and private healthcare agencies. A National Cancer Institute-funded collaborative grant with Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center has strengthened and enabled partnerships, pre- and post-doctoral training, research, and community outreach initiatives.

To Apply:
please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness, graduate transcripts, and names and contact information of at least three references using the link below:

https://hr.umb.edu/jobs 

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. For questions: please contact:

Laura L. Hayman, Professor, at laura.hayman@umb.edu

The University of Massachusetts Boston is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX employer. Please visit www.umb.edu for more information.
Postdoc to Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
The University of Rochester School of Nursing
Rochester, NY

Two-Year Postdoctoral Fellowship with Appointment to Tenure-Track Faculty Available at the University of Rochester School of Nursing for Highly Promising PhD-Prepared Nurses.

The University of Rochester School of Nursing is seeking to hire scholars with a developing program of research to become a postdoctoral fellow and, upon successful completion of the specified deliverables during the two-year fellowship, receive a direct appointment to our tenure-track faculty.
This is a unique opportunity to establish and accelerate your program of research with a world-class research institution at an academic medical center. Postdoctoral fellows will be paired with a faculty mentor and develop an individualized training plan. After two successful years, you will transition into a tenure-track assistant professor role.

The UR School of Nursing offers the advantages of a focused, close-knit research community with access to the rich multidisciplinary climate of a large academic medical center featuring a four-time Magnet-designated hospital.

Candidates must have:

  • At least one degree in nursing
  • A research doctorate from a research-intensive program
  • At least one first-authored publication
  • At least one external grant submission and/or internal research funding as principal investigator
  • A strong match with a School of Nursing senior-level faculty mentor

Learn More: Please visit the School of Nursing website to learn more about the Postdoctoral Fellow to Tenure-Track Assistant Professor position and our faculty mentors.

Assistant or Association Professor of Nursing
Randolph-Macon College
Ashland, Virginia

Randolph-Macon College seeks 3 talented and creative nursing faculty members committed to building  extraordinary nurses, and to blending the richness of the liberal arts with the art and science of nursing practice.

We desire dynamic individuals with strong interest in educational excellence to prepare resilient nurse leaders to practice innovatively within a dynamic healthcare environment. The educational and clinical experiences are centered on the core values of integrity, inclusivity, caring, civility, and excellence with the purpose of achieving the College mission of developing the mind and character of each student. Nursing faculty are diverse, capable and innovative nursing professionals who will teach in their area(s) of expertise. Faculty are expected to have a minimum of 4 years of clinical experience. Teaching expectations may include classroom, laboratory, simulation, and/or clinical teaching. Areas of expertise include: Medical-Surgical Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Women’s Health, and Population Health. Faculty positions are 9-month appointments and include college professional activity and service.

Tenure-track appointment requires a doctorate in nursing from an appropriately accredited institution. Nontenure appointment requires a master’s degree in nursing from an appropriately accredited institution. The successful applicant must be licensed or eligible for licensure as a registered nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Randolph-Macon is a selective liberal arts college located in the city of Ashland in the beautiful Virginia Piedmont, just 90 miles south of Washington, DC and 15 miles north of the state capital, Richmond. Richmond was recently named one of the best places to live by U.S. World News Report and one of the Time’s “Up-&-
Coming U.S. Cities.”

Qualified candidates should submit: cover letter (include three references with contact information), curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy (to include the integration of liberal arts and nursing education), statement of research/ scholarship interests, and diversity statement (describing how your background prepares you to incorporate diversity in your teaching, scholarship, and/or service) all in one attachment to: Nursing Faculty Search Committee at http://bit.ly/rmc1222 click “apply” in top-right corner of the page. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.

Randolph-Macon College, an Equal Opportunity Employer, believes that students learn best in a diverse, inclusive community and is therefore committed to academic excellence through diversity in its faculty, staff and students. We seek candidates who are committed to Randolph-Macon’s efforts to create a climate that fosters the growth and development of a diverse student body, and we actively welcome applications from members of groups that have been historically underrepresented in higher education.

Multiple Positions
Pace University's College of Health Professions
New York City and Westchester County 

Pace University's College of Health Professions is a thriving academic community, successfully launching nine new programs in the past five years! During this period of exceptional growth in high demand professions, we are seeking multiple full-time faculty (tenure track and clinical track) in a variety of disciplines for positions on our New York City and Westchester County campuses for the following:

•Associate Dean for Allied Health Programs
•Associate Dean for Health Care Research
•Director of the PhD in Nursing Program
•Nutrition and Dietetics (MS)
•Undergraduate Nursing
•Graduate Nursing: (MS and doctoral)
•Occupational Therapy (MS)
• Physician Assistant (NYC) (MS)
• Health Science

At CHP, faculty enjoy an exceptional collegial work environment as well as the opportunity to engage in a focused teaching practice. For those on tenure track, there is robust support for your scholarly trajectory, both within CHP and the University. If you seek a career with an institution that embraces innovation, champions faculty research, and graduates students fully prepared to make a positive difference in healthcare around the world, we want to meet you! If you embrace diverse students who are highly motivated, many of whom are first generation college bound, we want to meet you!For more information, please visit: https://www.pace.edu/college-health-professions/chp-job-opportunities.

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. CHP is committed to increasing the diversity of the campus community. Candidates who have experience working with a diverse range of faculty, staff and students, and who can contribute to the climate of inclusivity, are encouraged to identify their experiences in these areas.Pace University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Associate Dean for Nursing Academic Affairs
Case Western Reserve University/Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Cleveland, OH

Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing is undertaking a national search for an Associate Dean for Nursing Academic Affairs.

Join us in our exciting initiative to develop leaders in a changing health care environment.  We seek a visionary nurse leader with demonstrated academic leadership and administrative experience for the position of Associate Dean for Nursing Academic Affairs (ADAA).  The ADAA is responsible for leadership and oversight of the development, implementation and evaluation of outstanding academic programs in the FPB SON, and is responsible for student services, the Center for Nursing Education, Simulation and Innovation, and faculty development.

Apply with a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:
Carol M. Musil, PhD, RN, FAAN, FGSA, Dean
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH  44106-7343
Or by email at mtr2@case.edu


In employment, as in education, Case Western Reserve University is committed to Equal Opportunity and Diversity.  Women, veterans, members of underrepresented minority groups, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Multiple Positions
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI

Faculty Positions for Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Wayne State University (WSU), a leading urban research institution in Midtown Detroit that is Carnegie
classified as a doctoral university of highest research activity and community engagement, is launching an exciting multidisciplinary hiring initiative in Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health. The intent of this initiative is to build on our existing strengths in applied research and teaching, engaging a wide range of academic disciplines in health, law, social sciences, arts, humanities, sciences, engineering and education.

As part of this initiative, we will recruit up to six faculty with complementary research and/or curricular interests in the following two focus areas;
1) Race, Ethnicity and Health Equity in Public Health and Community Health
2) Strategies to address Health Equity in Urban Research Settings

First Focus: Public Health and Community Health
Promoting health equity is a guiding priority of public health and community health. Racism is a driving force of the social determinants of health (including housing, education and employment) and is a barrier to health equity. Faculty hires in this focus area will most likely be situated in one of these three separate schools/colleges: Community Health (College of Education), Public Health (College of Liberal Arts and Sciences), and Family Medicine (School of Medicine). We are seeking faculty members who will collaborate through a number of interdisciplinary initiatives: (1) Develop core interdisciplinary coursework at the undergraduate and graduate levels specifically focusing on race, ethnicity and health equity; (2) unite existing faculty in each unit around a common research agenda of race/ethnicity and health equity, and facilitate large scale WSU research programs capable of garnering significant federal funding, and (3) provide a range of community-and lab-based research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.

Second Focus: Addressing Health Equity in Urban Research Settings
Southeast Michigan has the largest population of Michigan residents and the worst health statistics in the state. Thus, there is a pressing need for research-informed approaches to assess the impact of these health care disparities in order to devise innovative approaches designed to promote health equity, reduce disease impact, and improve health outcomes in Detroit. Chronic physical and behavioral health issues often co-occur among those living in urban poverty, but ‘siloed’ systems of care impede best practices associated with integrated care. Using a uniquely interprofessional lens, we are seeking faculty members that will build on existing expertise and collaborations to conduct research that will promote health equity in our urban environment. Specifically, we envision that these faculty will: 1) support the development of new approaches to data and cyber-physical systems, 2) under gird the development of innovative strategies to address the social and economic determinants of health (including the structural racial inequities that contribute to those determinants in the first place) and, 3) test interventions to improve health outcomes in Detroit. Faculty hires in this focus area could be situated in one of the following schools/colleges: College of Nursing, Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, College of Engineering, College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts, School of Social Work or Law School.

We seek candidates who are suitable for appointment as tenure-track or tenured faculty (open
rank). They will be expected to integrate with departments and schools/colleges consistent with their
area of expertise and shared interests, and engage in all aspects of the WSU academic mission including research, education and service. The primary tenure home and possible joint appointments will be determined in department(s) of school(s) or college(s) within WSU, based on the best fit for the candidate.

Responsibilities:
Research, teaching, and service in the social sciences, arts and humanities, law, engineering, education or health in academic units within WSU that are consistent with the norms of the home units, as determined by chair(s) of departments and dean(s) of schools or colleges. Please see https://wayne.edu/about/schools/ for a list of schools and colleges within WSU.

Qualifications:
Candidates must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree from an accredited institution that aligns
with research and curricula in the area of Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health. Candidates
must have a record of research or professional attainment, and if applicable, both teaching and service experience that merit appointment as a tenured or tenure track faculty. In addition, they should have: proven ability to work collaboratively with others; commitment to integrating and advancing the university’s core values, mission and vision (please see http://strategicplan.wayne.edu for more information); excellence in scholarship and teaching that bridges disciplines; commitment to working with diverse populations and conversant in multicultural issues; commitment to fostering an atmosphere of mutual respect and a history of developing and maintaining consensus and cohesiveness; and excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Special Instructions to Candidates:
Qualified candidates for the focus area number 1 (Race, Ethnicity, and Health Equity in Public Health
and Community Health) should submit applications to the Wayne State University Online Hiring
System at https://jobs.wayne.edu referring to posting #044710.

Qualified candidates for the focus area number 2 (Strategies to address Health Equity in Urban Research Settings) should submit applications to the Wayne State University Online Hiring System at
https://jobs.wayne.edu referring to posting #044711.

Review of applicants will commence immediately and continue until positions are filled. For best
consideration, please submit curriculum vitae, cover letter, research statement, and up to three references by jobs.wayne.edu (with reference to specific posting numbers above). In your research statement, please address how your current work fits with interdisciplinary research in Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health at WSU.

Wayne State University is one of the nation’s preeminent public research universities in the heart of
Detroit. It is nationally recognized as a Carnegie Research Intensive and Community Engaged
University. The university is located in the vibrant cultural center of the city, and an area highlighted
nationally for its growth and development. WSU offers a collegial environment, state-of-the art facilities, and several Institutes and Centers for translational research; a broad range of excellent health-related programming and training for health-related careers; and access to collaborations across universities in southeastern Michigan. Our deep rooted commitment to excellence, collaboration, integrity, diversity, and inclusion creates exceptional educational opportunities preparing students for success in a diverse, global society.

The University is an Affirmative Action Recruiter/Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified candidates
from minority groups are particularly encouraged to apply. A summary of faculty benefits is available at: http://hr.wayne.edu/tcw/benefits/

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