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Job Overview

The George Washington University School of Nursing seeks applications for five (5) faculty positions in the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs to join our growing, energetic and creative faculty in our fully-accredited nursing programs.  All faculty positions are 12-month positions, with rank, salary, and employment in either a tenure or non-tenure track faculty positions commensurate with experience.

Second-Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing Faculty (Two Positions – Start Date: 7/1/2013)

Duties: Teach courses in the second-degree BSN program and related programs as appropriate; advise students; develop curricula and clinical experiences.

Basic Qualifications: Applicants must be Registered Nurses, have college/university-level teaching experience and proof of scholarship as evidenced by means such as peer-reviewed publications or book chapters. The successful candidate hired at the Assistant or Associate level will have earned a doctorate in nursing or a closely related field. Those with a master’s degree are eligible to apply for the rank of Instructor.

Family Nurse Practitioner Program Faculty (Two Positions – Start Dates: a. 7/1/2013, b. 1/1/2014)

Duties: Teach courses in the graduate distance education FNP program and related programs as appropriate; advise students; develop curricula and clinical experiences.

Basic Qualifications: Applicants must be certified Family Nurse Practitioners, have college/university-level teaching experience and proof of scholarship as evidenced by means such as peer-reviewed publications or book chapters. In addition, applicants must have a demonstrated commitment to technology and web-based teaching. The successful candidate hired at the Assistant or Associate level will have earned a doctorate in nursing or a closely related field. Those with a master’s degree are eligible to apply for the rank of Instructor.

Graduate/ MSN Core Program Faculty (Start Date: 7/1/2013)

Duties: Develop, coordinate, and teach core courses in the SON’s MSN program and related programs as appropriate; advise students; develop curricula.

Basic Qualifications: Applicants must be Registered Nurses, have college/university-level teaching experience and proof of scholarship as evidenced by means such as peer-reviewed publications or book chapters. In addition, applicants must have demonstrated use of and a commitment to technology and web-based teaching. The successful candidate hired at the Assistant or Associate level will have earned a doctorate in nursing or a closely related field. Those with a master’s degree are eligible to apply for the rank of Instructor.