Location: Binghamton, NY Category: Faculty Posted On: Tue Mar 5 2019 Job Description:
Binghamton University, one of the nation's top 40 public universities for the 20th consecutive year, invites applications from outstanding nurse scholars and educators for a tenure-track, assistant professor position. The Decker School of Nursing provides unique opportunities in teaching, scholarship, practice, and transdisciplinary collaboration within a premier public research university.
Innovative academic offerings include bachelor's, master's, post-graduate, DNP, and PhD programs that are preparing the nurse leaders and researchers of today and tomorrow.
The faculty member will be responsible for: 1) contributing to the School's scholarly and research mission by building new and/or complementing existing research teams; 2) maintaining an ongoing program of research and scholarship (extramurally-funded preferred); 3) publishing and presenting research findings nationally and internationally; 4) teaching undergraduate and graduate students on topics of nursing-related theory and clinical courses; 5) advising students; 6) serving on master's and doctoral committees; and 7) providing service to the university, community, and profession of nursing.
Successful candidates will demonstrate the expertise and commitment to advance nursing education and nursing science through research, teaching excellence, advisement of students, and mentorship of faculty colleagues. We are seeking visionary nurse scholars who will make solid contributions to the academic life of the faculty beginning in Fall 2019.
Earned research doctorate in nursing or closely related discipline from an accredited university (post-doctoral training preferred)
Eligibility for appointment at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor
Scholarly publications and/or external funding history
(Active federal funding research program, preferred)
Eligible for RN licensure in New York
We offer competitive salaries and benefits; start-up packages are available. Salary, rank, and tenure status are dependent upon experience and qualifications
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