The College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Valdosta State University invites individuals seeking faculty positions in nursing. Appointment date is negotiable with preference being January 1, 2014. Online application is required for all positions. Review of application begins December 10, 2013, and remains open until positions are filled.
Required qualifications for Nursing include a master’s degree in nursing with specialization in adult health, community health, maternal child, or mental health nursing, and demonstrated clinical nursing experience. Qualified applicants will hold the terminal degree or be matriculated in a doctoral program, with expectations for program completion within two years of appointment date. Preferred applicants will have experience teaching in a baccalaureate or master’s degree in nursing program and an established program of scholarship and/or faculty clinical practice.
Valdosta State University is a comprehensive university in South Georgia serving 11,800 students. The College of Nursing and Health Sciences houses disciplines in nursing, exercise physiology, athletic training, nutrition, and dental hygiene. Nursing Academic programs include the basic BSN program, an accelerated program for second degree students, mobility programs for RN’s leading to the BSN and MSN tacks in Clinical Nurse Leader, Adult/Gero Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Family Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. A culture of shared governance and collaborations with other colleges in the University System of Georgia makes VSU an excellent place to grow a career! Interested individuals should contact Ms. Nicole Gunn, Administrative Coordinator for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 229-333-5959. VSU is an equal opportunity educational institution with a strong university commitment to diversity
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