The College of Nursing and Institute of Applied Life Sciences seek to appoint an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor to a diverse and growing team of innovators and inventors, clinical researchers, engineers, and basic scientists working together within a state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research institute. In addition, applicants must demonstrate working knowledge of team science, nursing ethics, nursing theory, and the state of the discipline.
Candidates must demonstrate a strong commitment to the creation of a university culture that promotes and values diversity and a spirit of inclusion.
Reporting jointly to the dean of the College and the director of the Institute, the Assistant Professor will engage in the scholarship of discovery, have the opportunity to teach the nurses of the future and participate in the development, implementation, and evaluation of educational programming in the College of Nursing. They will work with the College of Nursing faculty and other departments on campus to promote opportunities for inter-professional research and education.
The successful candidate may be expected to teach both undergraduate and graduate courses, supervise graduate students, contribute significantly to the advancement of nursing discovery, establish a vibrant, independent research program, and play an active role in community and academic service activities in the Colleges of Nursing as well as in the wider university.
Ph.D. in nursing completed prior to the start of an appointment.
Eligibility for Massachusetts RN license. RN license in MA is required by time of appointment.
Possess a minimum of two years full-time experience in nursing or nursing education, or its equivalent, within the last five years, evidence of competence in nursing instruction.
Evidence of professional development to maintain expertise appropriate to teaching.
The University of Massachusetts is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and encourages applications from these and other protected groups members.