Assistant Professor, Nursing
This open nursing faculty position prepares current and future professional registered nurses to practice in a complex health care environment. The School of Nursing desires candidates with clinical specializations in adult health, community health, and psychiatric mental health primarily teaching students in the pre-licensure program. Candidates will articulate a commitment to teaching undergraduate students, primarily in the traditional and accelerated second-degree BSN program. Positions begin fall 2021.
The School of Nursing at Notre Dame of Maryland University is known for comprehensive education and preparation, and focus on sharing a caring, authentic presence with others. Advocacy, power-with rather than power-over persons, and building trusting relationships with persons and groups in diverse settings are cornerstones in the School of Nursing. Inspired by the longstanding commitment of the founding School Sisters of Notre Dame to the underserved, the School of Nursing works to improve the health of the Baltimore metropolitan area's most vulnerable residents through outreach and service.
Qualified candidates will be prepared at the doctoral level, with a PhD preferred. Candidates with a Doctor of Nursing Practice are encouraged to apply. A Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a clinical specialization in adult health, community health, and/or psychiatric mental health is required. MSN candidates with clinical experience and expertise will be considered with the expectation for enrollment in a doctoral program of study within one year of hire and program completion within five years of hire. Candidates with prior teaching experience at the collegiate level are preferred. Active and unencumbered RN license in Maryland or compact state required.
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For consideration, applicants will submit the following documents:
- A cover letter briefly describing reason(s) for applying for this position, as well as teaching experience, and current and/or future research interests.
- Curriculum vitae that includes contact information for three (3) professional references. References will be contacted only with the candidate’s permission.
- Statement of teaching philosophy.
Questions should to be referred to Kathleen Z. Wisser, Dean at email@example.com. Only complete applications submitted through the portal will be considered.