Oakland University School of Nursing Assistant Professor and CRNA Assistant Program Director
The Oakland University School of Nursing is seeking applications for an exceptional nurse researcher and educator for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. Qualified applicants will possess initial certification and recertification as a CRNA by the NBCRNA, and eligible for current licensure and specialty certification in the State of Michigan. The applicant will have a minimum of seven years of experience in clinical nurse anesthesia practice with a minimum of five years of experience as a clinical and didactic instructor in a COA-accredited nurse anesthesia educational program. Applicants must show evidence of nursing expertise and scholarship. The successful applicant will demonstrate strong verbal, writing, interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills with a commitment to professional graduate education. A doctoral degree is required.
This position offers additional administrative responsibilities for a scholar with leadership and administrative experience to assume the role as the CRNA Assistant Program Director. The Assistant Program Director by position, responsibility, and authority actively assists the Program Director in the administration, development, and implementation of the Oakland University-Beaumont Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia in accordance with the requirements and policies of Oakland University, Beaumont Hospitals, and the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs. The position is open until filled.
Oakland University is a research intensive, state-assisted school of 18,000+ students located 30 miles north of Detroit, Michigan. It offers 110 undergraduate programs, 70 graduate and certificate programs, and division 1 athletics.
For more information, visit the School of Nursing website:http://www.oakland.edu/nursing To apply, visit OU Academic Positions: http://academicjobs.oakland.edu/postings/670
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