Tenured or Tenure Track Faculty Positions

Location
Kentucky, United States
Salary
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted
Jun 14, 2021
Employment Level
Tenured/Tenured Track
Employment Type
Full Time

Why Louisville? Louisville is known not only for the Kentucky Derby and its culinary scene, but also for its spirit—whether that is the city’s compassion and creative energy or its bourbon.  Louisville Tourism describes the city as a combination of heritage and innovation, authenticity and originality, quirkiness and friendliness that’s completely unique to our region.

 Why UofL? As a recipient of the 2020 Health Professions HEED Excellence in Diversity award, UofL exemplifies a steadfast commitment to diversity and inclusion. The enthusiasm seen by faculty on campus sparks the curiosity of students and jumpstarts their motivation to learn. Working at UofL is more than a paycheck. It is a Cardinal Family encompassing diverse perspectives that are devoted to teaching, learning and developing leaders.

 Why the UofL School of Nursing? The School of Nursing is a community in which faculty, staff, and students collaborate to promote excellence in the profession of nursing.  As a citizen of the larger community, the emphasis of the School of Nursing is to address the complex health needs of diverse and dynamic populations through nursing education, research, scholarship, and service.  The School of Nursing’s core values are compassion, curiosity, engagement, integrity, respect, innovation, and accountability.

 TENURE/TENURE-TRACK (Open Rank) – Four positions: The University of Louisville School of Nursing (SON) is growing and seeks to hire four junior- to senior-level tenure eligible or tenure track research faculty with a focused research program.  Building the School of Nursing research portfolio is instrumental to the continued growth of our PhD program and to increase funding and data-based peer-reviewed publications, and to provide research mentoring for students interested in new research areas. The faculty members hired for these positions are expected to aggressively seek research funding from sources such as NIH, national foundations, and other high-profile research funding sources. Competitive salary, start-up funds, and research support services will be provided. In addition to internal mentoring, external mentor funds are available for junior faculty members. 

HEALTH PROMOTION (Open Rank): The University of Louisville School of Nursing (SON) is growing and seeks to hire a junior- to senior-level tenure eligible or tenure track researcher in the area of health promotion (health equity/diversity, school, public health, population health, etc.). This NEW health promotion research position is critical as the SON continues to build our health promotion research portfolio to increase funding and data-based peer-reviewed publications, and to provide research mentoring for students interested in this area. The faculty member hired for this position is expected to aggressively seek research funding from sources such as NIH, national foundations, and other high-profile research funding sources. Competitive salary, start-up funds, and research support services will be provided. In addition to internal mentoring, external mentor funds are available for junior faculty members.

To see full job descriptions and application instructions, please visit our website at https://louisville.edu/nursing/employment