Since 1924, the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Nursing has served the state and the nation by educating outstanding nurses for practice, research, and education. Today, its graduates hold leadership positions in hospitals, colleges, universities, and government and health care organizations throughout the country. The School of Nursing is recruiting for The Richard E. Sinaiko Professorship in Health Care Leadership, designed to advance new, cooperative health care models that support interprofessional collaboration among the health sciences.
The Richard E. Sinaiko Professorship in Health Care Leadership is a senior-level clinical faculty appointment available for an individual with graduate education in a field related to health care leadership, who has held leadership positions in health care, and whose program of teaching and scholarship can contribute to undergraduate and graduate nursing education as well as interprofessional health education initiatives. The professorship is for a five-year term and carries with it a stipend to support the program of scholarship. The anticipated start date for this appointment is August 25, 2014. Salary is negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience. Visit http://www.son.wisc.edu/son-employment.htm for more information.
Richard E. Sinaiko, MPH, is the founder and chief executive officer of Sinaiko Healthcare Consulting, Inc., one of the leading health care management consultants in the industry. Mr. Sinaiko established the Sinaiko Professorship to encourage collaboration among health care providers. He chose the School of Nursing for the professorship to honor his mother, who was a nurse.
Duties for this professorship require a full range of teaching, scholarship, and service commensurate with senior clinical faculty appointment. Responsibilities include teaching in graduate and undergraduate nursing programs and graduate student advising and mentoring. Active engagement with clinical partner organizations in initiatives related to health care leadership is expected.
The successful candidate will demonstrate senior-level health care leadership experience with expertise in one or more of the following areas:
Nominations and inquiries are welcome. Applications—mailed or electronically submitted—must be received by January 3, 2014. For specific questions about the position responsibilities, please contact Dean Katharyn May at (608) 263-9725 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to Apply:
Please forward a current curriculum vitae, a cover letter summarizing interest in this position and referencing PVL #77707, three representative publications, and three letters of reference from individuals who can evaluate teaching and scholarship to Dean Katharyn May, UW–Madison School of Nursing, 600 Highland Ave., K6/228 CSC, Madison, WI 53792-2455 (phone: 608-263-9725; e-mail: email@example.com). Unless confidentiality is requested in writing, information regarding the names of applicants must be released upon request. Finalists cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is strongly committed to diversity and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals. The School of Nursing will continue screening all candidates after consideration date until a qualified candidate is chosen for this position.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.
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