Job Overview

The School of Nursing invites applications and nominations

for the position of: 

Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure/non-tenure track) DNP Program Coordinator

The Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions invite applications and nominations for the position of Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure/non-tenure track) DNP Program Coordinator. Position available to lead curriculum development and evaluation, student recruitment, budgeting and faculty resource development for the newly launched DNP program; position includes teaching, student advisement and mentoring, participation in scholarly activities, and involvement in school, university and mentoring, participation in scholarly activities, and involvement in school, university and community service.

Minimum qualifications include: 1) Georgia RN license (or current eligibility); 2) DNP, DNS, or a PhD in a related field; 3) master’s degree in nursing; 4) two years of teaching experience at graduate level; and 5) service and scholarly record commensurate with the rank of assistant or associate professor.

The Lewis School is one of eight colleges that comprise the dynamic and innovative Georgia State University.  At 100 years old, Georgia State has a highly diverse student enrollment of over 32,000 and over 50 nationally and internationally ranked programs.  Atlanta offers an ideal setting for GSU’s urban research mission. The University is strategically located in downtown Atlanta and is only 10 minutes from the world’s busiest airport, blocks from the State Capitol and the largest public health hospital in the Southeast, and close to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Cancer Society. As part of the new campus master plan, the University has just announced the development of a green corridor with a major central lawn that will transform the core of the University setting. This year, the University broke a number of major records including research funding, fundraising, freshman class size and applications and six-year graduation rates. The Lewis School houses undergraduate and graduation programs in nutrition and respiratory therapy and a doctoral program in physical therapy in addition to nursing. In the past 40 years, the SON has prepared more than 5,000 nurses, nurse practitioners, educators and researchers. Interdisciplinary professional education is a strong component in the college as are innovative bachelor degree programs in interdisciplinary studies.

Competitive compensation package. Nominations are encouraged. Completed applications, including a letter of application, vitae, and contact information for professional references, should be emailed to Reference Log# 15-116.  Confidential review of applicants will continue until the position is filled. 


Georgia State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action university and accommodates individuals with disabilities.  All applicants must comply with the Immigration Reform and Control Act.  Woman and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.