East Tennessee State University, College of Nursing is seeking applicants for faculty positions beginning in January and August 2014. Expertise is especially needed in Pediatrics, Women’s Health, and Adult/Gerontology courses.
Tenure track: Doctorate in nursing or a related field, with a Master of Science in Nursing degree, and practice experience required; teaching experience and record of active, funded-scholarship preferred. Exceptional candidates completing the doctorate may be considered.
Clinical non-tenure track, fixed-term, renewable: Graduate degree in nursing and practice experience required; teaching experience preferred.
Temporary positions may be available in academic or clinical settings. Graduate degree in nursing and practice experience required; some positions require advanced practice certification. Exceptional candidates completing a graduate degree in nursing may be considered, but must complete the degree before start of employment.
All applicants must demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in written and spoken English and be eligible for RN licensure in Tennessee. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to contribute to a team environment are required. Priority will be given to those applicants that qualify for a tenure-track position. Advanced practice certification required for some teaching assignments.
To Apply: For immediate consideration and to view the entire job posting please apply at https://jobs.etsu.edu. (Faculty Positions). AA/EOE. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Review of applicants begins immediately and continues until positions are filled. Rank is commensurate with experience and qualifications. These positions are contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background check.
Requests for further information may be directed to:
Dr. Sheila Smith, Associate Dean-Academic Programs
ETSU College of Nursing
Box 70617, Johnson City, TN 37614-1709
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