Posting Number: 2011542
Assistant/Associate Professor, School of Nursing
To contribute to the teaching, research and service expectations of a senior level nurse faculty role in the School of Nursing; the emphasis is on core graduate teaching, research productivity with external funding and the continued development of doctoral education.
1. Teach large online graduate core courses.
2. Work with administration to continue the development and implantation of doctoral nursing programs (PhD and DNP).
3. Assume a major lead in the preparation of graduate students for oral and comprehensive examinations.
4. Advise graduate nursing students and work with doctoral students to prepare and defend dissertations.
5. Active engagement in research and contribute to acquisition of external research and development funding.
Doctoral degree in Nursing or related field with two years teaching experience at the graduate level.
Demonstrated skills and abilities to conduct research.
Demonstrated leadership skills and abilities.
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Posting Number: 2011541
Assistant/Associate Professor, Clinical or Tenure Track, School of Nursing
To contribute to the teaching, scholarship, and service expectations of a faculty role in the School of Nursing. The emphasis is primarily on undergraduate teaching, scholarship productivity, and the continued development of nursing education.
-Provide classroom, clinical, laboratory, and online instruction and support primarily to undergraduate students.
-Advise undergraduate students.
-Serve on committees in the School of Nursing and within the University.
-Keep Moodle homeroom and courses up to date.
Master of Science in Nursing degree.
Doctoral degree in nursing or related field.
ISU is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer. We have an institution-wide commitment to inclusion and diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply. Veterans' preference. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities.
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