The Department of Nursing invites applicants to join our diverse college as a full-time non-tenure track clinical faculty member beginning fall 2013. Rank and salary are dependent on qualifications and experience. Teaching experience in higher education is required, and experience with online teaching is desirable; teaching experience in other settings will be considered.
Applicants must possess an earned practice or research doctorate in nursing, must be a certified advanced practice nurse, and must be eligible for RN licensure in Massachusetts. Preference will be given to applicants with peer-reviewed practice-oriented publications focused on enhancing the health-related quality of life of urban populations of all ages and targeted to health care quality, health policy, and populations at risk for healthcare disparities. We are particularly interested in faculty who will strengthen our teaching initiatives in acute care, young and older adult health, and family health, with particular interests in health promotion, obesity, physical activity, or rehabilitation, and who are committed to teaching a diverse student population in an urban setting, as well as those who will develop and evaluate curricula designed to reduce health disparities in racially and ethnically diverse populations. Our current teaching needs are in the undergraduate and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs.
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences and its Office of Research offer strong internal and external mentoring programs for faculty, including program and research grant proposal and manuscript preparation. The College offers a wide range of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary collaborative research opportunities. Teaching and research collaborations include those with the College’s Department of Health and Exercise Science, as well as with numerous major academic and medical institutions in and around Boston including the Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Center, Children’s Hospital, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and community, public, and private health care agencies. The National Cancer Institute funded University of Massachusetts Boston-Dana Farber/Harvard Cancer Care Center grant, "Comprehensive Minority Institution Cancer Center Partnership,” has enabled faculty at both institutions to strengthen and extend partnerships for research, PhD training, and community outreach. New and exciting collaborative teaching and research opportunities are being developed as we add young and older adult components to the College’s interdisciplinary Youth Fitness Training and Research Center. A joint appointment with an area healthcare institution is possible.
The BS, MS, and DNP nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The MS and DNP programs focus on preparation of Family Nurse Practitioners, Adult/Gerontological Nurse Practitioners, and Adult Health Clinical Nurse Specialists. The PhD in nursing program focuses on individual- and population-related health policy.
Dr. Haeok Lee and Dr. Jacqueline Fawcett, Co-Chairs, Faculty Search Committee
To apply, submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness, graduate transcripts, and names and contact information of at least three references
The search will continue until the positions are filled.
The University of Massachusetts Boston is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity, Title IX employer