The College of Nursing invites applicants for tenure track or tenured positions, (rank dependent on qualifications and experience). The University of Cincinnati (UC) has received wide national recognition including the ranking in the top tier of American Colleges, and as one of 15 "up and coming universities" by US News and World Report and the Chronicle of Higher Education, which calls UC a "research heavyweight". The University has the highest Carnegie classification (RU/VH) for research and research funding for 2010 was over $443 million. The UC campus has been designated by Forbes Magazine as one of the "13 World's Most Beautiful College Campuses." Diversity in the university and city provides an array of cultural, recreational and community events in one of the country's most livable cities. Qualifications Research experience with pre-doctoral or post-doctoral funding is preferred or an established program of research with evidence of external funding is desirable Earned research doctorate in nursing or a related discipline Teaching experience in higher education is preferred Experience with online teaching is desirable Rank determined by education and experience
The College of Nursing and UC offers a strong collaborative network of faculty with research expertise and top-notch research resources. The College is part of the internationally recognized UC Health System (www.uc.edu/health) that includes Colleges of Medicine, Allied Health Sciences and Pharmacy; Hoxworth Blood Center, UC Barrett Cancer Institute at UC Health and Institutes at the Reading Campus. The College has close and long-standing ties to the Cincinnati VA Medical Center and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, consistently ranked one of the top ten pediatric hospitals in the country.
Under the leadership of newly appointed Dean Greer Glazer, The College looks to propel itself into the forefront of nursing education and research. The College is committed to advancing national and international standings with a focus on strengthening the College's research enterprise and offering innovative education.
As the first BSN program in the U.S., the College has a strong history of success. The College of Nursing currently provides BSN, MSN, and doctoral education pathways to over 2,700 students. Begun in 1889 as the Cincinnati Training School for Nurses, the College was the first in the country to award a baccalaureate degree in nursing. In 1938 the College of Nursing became the eighth college in the University and was one of the charter schools accredited by the National League for Nursing Education. In 1956 the Master's degree program was added, followed by the PhD program in 1990 and the DNP program in 2010.
The College is highly committed to excellence in teaching and research. The resources of the University's Center for the Enhancement for Teaching and Learning are available to all faculty. The BS and MS nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The MS and Doctorate of Nursing Practice programs focus on variety of Advanced Nursing areas. The MSN online program is ranked #6 by U.S. News & World Report.
Minimum Qualifications: Appropriate academic degree related to department specifications and prior academic experience.
Women, People of Color, persons with a disability, and Vietnam Era and veterans that are disabled are encouraged to apply. We are committed to increasing the diversity of the University community. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths or experiences in this area.
To apply for position (214PV7399), please see www.jobsatuc.com
The University of Cincinnati is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. UC is a smoke-free work environment.
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