Nursing Faculty - Multiple positions
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
The University of Louisville School of Nursing is a vibrant and growing community. We seek to fill eight new faculty positions. Faculty, staff, and students collaborate to promote excellence in both the science and the art of nursing. As a citizen of the larger community, the School of Nursing lives our core values of compassion, curiosity, engagement, integrity, respect, innovation, and accountability. We seek to improve the health of our diverse and dynamic populations through nursing education, research, scholarship, and service. The School of Nursing remains committed to being a leader in providing nursing students international and domestic opportunities to enhance their understanding of the impact of social determinants on the health of all people. We are accepting applications for the following positions:
- Oncology (Job ID 40461): Open rank, tenure track or tenured position. Doctorate required.
- Health Promotion (Job ID 40447): Open rank, tenure track or tenured position. Doctorate required.
- Pediatric Psych/Mental Health (Job ID 40448): Open rank, tenure track or tenured position. Doctorate required.
- Psych/Mental Health (Job ID 40449): Open rank term faculty. Doctorate required.
- Acute and Adult Health (Job ID 40592): Open rank term faculty. Doctorate required.
- Three term Instructor positions with specialty areas that can include: Acute and chronic psychiatric/mental health nursing (adult and peds), acute and chronic adult health, pediatrics, OB/GYN, and/or public/community health nursing. (Job IDs 40588, 40589, 40590). Minimum MSN required.
Full job descriptions, qualifications, and links to apply can be found at:
The School of Nursing is committed to creating equitable and inclusive campus environments that accelerate the success of the full range of our students and employees. We believe that employees who feel valued and respected will create policies, programs, practices, research agendas, and services to effectively meet the needs and exceed the expectations of the increasingly diverse student populations we admit and hope to serve, as well as improve the health of diverse populations.
The School of Nursing encourages candidates to apply who have demonstrated capacity to create inclusive work environments, will work effectively on diverse teams, and will serve the increasingly diverse students we want to attract. The School of Nursing is committed to attracting and hiring racially diverse and culturally competent faculty, staff, and leadership at all levels who not only reflect the demographics of our students but also continue to deepen their skills and competencies to serve the full range of our students.