The University of Houston Andy and Barbara Gessner College of Nursing
at Katy is seeking
an outstanding candidate with the potential for exceptional
clinical practice, scholarship, excellence in teaching, and a clear
commitment to enhancing the diversity of the faculty, graduate, and
undergraduate student populations. The anticipated start date for a
qualified applicant for a 9-month promotion eligible
non-Tenure-Track faculty position with a starting date as early as
August 2023 and will continue until the position is filled .
Faculty responsibilities include: ongoing curriculum development
and evaluation; classroom and clinical instruction in the
undergraduate and graduate programs using on-site, simulation,
on-line, and distance education strategies; some travel;
participation in college and university committees; engaging in
scholarship, service and academic advising. For more information go
to the nursing website
. The nursing program has been awarded
the Health Professions Higher Education Excellence in Diversity
(HEED) award from INSIGHT into Diversity Magazine, six out of the
last seven years, the only national award for diversity and
inclusion in higher education.
The Gessner College of Nursing
is proud of
its excellent BSN, MSN and DNP programs; innovative web-enhanced
education; simulation laboratory; and supportive student
environment for both face-to-face and distance learning. A
candidate's ability to teach a variety of upper level undergraduate
and graduate specialty areas is a plus. We value diversity in our
faculty, students and staff at all levels of instructional
The University of Houston is a Carnegie Tier 1 public research
university located close to major energy companies and the Texas
Medical Center. Houston is the fourth largest city in the United
States and has an internationally diverse population, first-rate
recreational opportunities, excellent schools, and affordable
housing. The University of Houston is a designated Hispanic-Serving
Institution (HIS) and has one of the most ethnically diverse
student population among major research universities. Please take a
moment to look at this video to learn more about the University of
The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with
disabilities are encouraged to apply.
1. Doctorate in nursing or related field required.
2. Master's degree in nursing from a professionally accredited
school of nursing if the doctorate is not in nursing.
3. National certification in clinical specialty area
4. Candidate must possess unencumbered license as a registered
nurse in Texas.
5. Minimum 2 years of clinical experience required.
6. Excellent clinical and communication skills.
7. Minimum 2 years teaching experience required.
8. Published in peer reviewed articles.
Notes to Applicant:
A minimum of three letters of
recommendation are required. Provide contact information for three
professional references who will be contacted by the search
committee during the selection process. Official transcripts are
required for a faculty appointment and will be requested upon
selection of the final candidate. All positions at the university
are security sensitive and will require a criminal history check,
drug screen and clinical readiness. Work location: University of
Houston at Central Campus Health 2 Building.