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Georgia State University

Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing

and Health Professions

The Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions invite applications and nominations for the following faculty positions:

Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure track) Log#15-074: Position available for individual with a strong background in Health Systems Research/Nursing Informatics.  The position will include teaching at the graduate level; scholarly productivity and service.  Minimum qualifications include:  1) Georgia RN license (or current eligibility); 2) master’s degree in nursing; research doctorate in nursing (PhD/DNS) or PhD in a related field; 4) two  years of clinical nursing practice; and 5) service and scholarly record commensurate with the rank of assistant or associate professor. Prior teaching experience is preferred.

Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure/non-tenure track) Log#15-073: 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 community service. Minimum qualifications include: 1) Georgia RN license (or current eligibility); 2)  PhD, 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.

Assistant/Associate Professor (2 tenure track and 1 non-tenure/tenure track) Log #s 15-070, 15-071 and 15-075: Positions involve teaching, student advisement and mentoring, participation in scholarly activities and service; the opportunity to participate in our newly launched clinical doctorate program (DNP) and our well-established PhD and master’s degree programs. Minimum qualifications include: 1) Georgia RN license (or current eligibility); 2) master’s degree in nursing; 3) research doctorate in nursing (PhD/DNS) or a PhD in a related field; 4) two years of nursing practice; and 5) teaching, service and scholarly record commensurate with the rank of assistant or associate professor. Prior teaching experience is preferred.

Clinical Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (non-tenure track) Log#15-072: Position responsibilities include didactic and clinical teaching in the undergraduate program, coordinating course activities, student advisement and mentoring, participating in scholarly activities, and service, Opportunities to participate in graduate level programs are available.  Minimum qualifications include: 1) Georgia RN license (or current eligibility); 2) master’s degree in nursing; 3) doctoral degree in nursing (PhD, DNP, DNS) or a PhD in a related field; 4) two years of nursing practice experience; and 5) clinical practice and/or teaching experience commensurate with the rank of clinical assistant/clinical associate/clinical professor. Prior teaching experience is preferred.

We are seeking applications from the following specialty areas:  Family Psychiatric Mental Health NP, Pediatrics, Adult Health, as well as those with administrative experience.  Applications accepted until February 1, 2014 or until positions are filled. Competitive compensation package included.  Applications, including a letter of application, and curriculum vitae should be emailed to tnorman7@gsu.edu.

For additional information go to our website at http://snhp.gsu.edu/ or Dr. Susan J. Kelley, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chair of the Faculty Search Committee, at skelley@gsu.edu.

An offer of employment will be contingent upon successful completion of a background report. Georgia State University, a unit of the University System of Georgia, is an equal opportunity educational institution and an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.