Nursing Faculty (3 full-time positions)
The Nursing Department invites applications for a fulltime, tenure track position to teach in our undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. Applicants with specializations in Medical/Surgical Adult Health or Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing are highly desired. Curriculum development in nursing education and experience with hybrid and online pedagogy are also desirable. The faculty welcomes a new colleague who will share their passion for the profession as well as love of teaching, mentoring undergraduate, accelerated second-degree, and graduate students. Join us in the pursuit of holism, evidence-based practice, involvement in service learning, and participation in regional or global networks of education and practice. The department values teaching, scholarship and service. Qualified candidates will hold a terminal degree, PhD or equivalent, or DNP and Nursing licensure or eligibility for licensure in Ohio. Experience in Baccalaureate nursing education and a commitment to a holistic nursing philosophy are required. Experience in leadership, quality, safety, and informatics is highly desirable.
The Nursing Department invites applications for two fulltime, term or tenure track positions in nursing depending on qualifications. Recent clinical practice in medical surgical nursing is preferred, and experience in nursing education at the Baccalaureate level is required. Expertise in pathophysiology is preferred. Experience with adult students, simulated and online learning is highly desired. The faculty welcomes a new colleague who will share their passion for the profession of nursing, holistic nursing philosophy as well as love of teaching, mentoring undergraduate, accelerated second degree, and graduate students. Join us also in the pursuit of evidence-based practice, involvement in service leaning, and participation in international networks of education and practice. The department values participation in nursing's organizational life locally and globally. Eligibility for RN licensure in Ohio and the master's degree in nursing are required for all appointments. An earned doctorate is preferred for term appointments.
Capital University leverages the timeless advantages of the liberal arts core education and the focused development of specialized skills and experience from rigorous professional programs. Capital is a mid-size, comprehensive, private university whose community values of diversity and free inquiry are strongly supported within the Lutheran tradition of higher education. It serves a diverse student body of nearly 3,400, delivering undergraduate and graduate programs in the arts, sciences, humanities and professions, including graduate degrees in law, nursing, business, music and education.
Capital University is committed to increasing the diversity of the Capital community and curriculum. This commitment includes Capital's dedication to the development of faculty and staff who are committed to inclusive practices in teaching, learning, working and all other campus and community interactions. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are particularly encouraged to apply.
Interested candidates should send 1) a curriculum vitae, 2) unofficial copies of all academic transcripts, 3) examples of recent scholarship, 4) examples of teaching effectiveness, 5) three letters of recommendation, 6) names and addresses of three references, and 7) a letter of interest outlining the applicant's educational philosophy and commitment to liberal education.
The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the positions are filled.
All inquiries about the above positions should be directed to:
Dr. Heather Janiszewski Goodin, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, CPN
Professor and Associate Dean of the Nursing Graduate Program