TTU will hire only U.S. citizens and aliens lawfully authorized to work in the U.S. All new employees will be required to complete and employer's verification form, I-9, no later than the first day of work for pay.
Full-time, 9 month, tenure-track position to begin August 2014.
QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate degree in nursing required. Doctorate required but will consider PhD candidates or DNP candidate with 80% of work towards degree completed. Recent acute care or critical care pediatrics clinical experience required. Current or eligibility for Tennessee RN licensure is required. Experience with technology uses in education, including web-based sources, simulation and distance learning. Preferred: Prior teaching experience in a BSN program.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Responsibilities include clinical and classroom teaching. In addition, academic advisement, scholarly activities and university and community service are part of the faculty role.
Opportunities for clinical practice exist.
SALARY & BENEFITS: Commensurate with education and experience. Benefits include the accumulation of one sick leave day per month and thirteen (13) University holidays. Other benefits include medical and life insurance (shared cost with the university), retirement, optional 401k, and educational benefits. Deferred income and benefits over 12 months.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications will be required to apply online at www.tntech.edu/jobs and electronically upload a letter of application addressing the qualifications and essential functions; teaching and research interests and philosophy; and copies of all college/university transcripts (official transcripts for all degrees conferred required upon hire). Submission of materials is the applicant's responsibility. Applications without all required materials are incomplete and will not be considered.
APPLICATION SCREENING DATE: Initial screening will begin February 6, 2014; open until filled.
Contact: Tennessee Tech UniversityOnline App. Form: https://jobs.tntech.edu/
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