Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing
Experience the possibilities through Johns Hopkins Nursing faculty opportunities…
Now seeking applications and nominations for:
Community-Public Health (Full-Time)
Successful candidates must be doctorally prepared (PhD/DNP/EdD/DrPH or relevant degree). Faculty with expertise in community-public health at both junior and senior levels is preferred. For mid-level and senior faculty on the research/tenure track, candidates should possess an established and nationally-recognized program of research.
Nurse Practitioner (Full-Time)
Successful candidates must be doctorally prepared (PhD/DNP), master’s degree in nursing, with clinical expertise. Prior experience teaching at baccalaureate or higher level is preferred. Responsibilities include teaching, maintaining practice and an identified area of scholarship.
CNS Track Coordinator (Full-Time)
Successful candidates must be doctorally prepared (PhD/DNP), board certified as a Clinical Nurse Specialist, and have current professional experience as a Clinical Nurse Specialist. This position would be best filled by an individual interested in combining practice with teaching and scholarship. Academic teaching and leadership experience a plus.
TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION ON QUALIFICATIONS, VISIT nursing.jhu.edu/joinfaculty
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