College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Community Nursing Department
Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Community Nursing Department invites applications for full-time Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor faculty, non-tenure track. The Community Department includes the specialty areas of maternity and women’s health; family health; community and population health; and mental health nursing. Applicants in these specialty areas or individuals with expertise in informatics, global public health, social determinants of health, community-based management of populations with chronic illness; social justice, health equity and health disparities, community engaged, or participatory approaches are encouraged to apply.
Prospective faculty members must be committed to rapid pedagogical and other academic process changes, including up-to-date vaccinations, as driven by environmental conditions. These are on-site positions.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Non-Tenure Track
Minimum Qualifications (Required):
The applicant will have an earned clinical doctorate in Nursing (DNP) or research doctorate in Nursing (PhD) or its equivalent with clinical specialization in one of the following areas maternity and women’s health; pediatric and family health; community/population health; 3 or more years of clinical practice experience; and 1 or more years of teaching experience or its equivalent. Based on qualifications, faculty teach across all program levels. Additional responsibilities include student advisement and service.
The preferred applicant will have 3 or more years of clinical practice experience; and 3 or more years of teaching experience or its equivalent.
Doctoral candidates (DNP or PhD) will be considered. However, the applicant’s doctoral degree must be conferred by August 1 prior to the September start date. A letter from the applicant’s faculty advisor confirming anticipated degree conferral date must be submitted with application materials.
Clinical Associate Professor, Non-Tenure Track
The applicant will have a clinical doctorate in Nursing (DNP) or a research doctorate in Nursing (PhD) with clinical specialization in one of the following areas maternity and women’s health; pediatric and family health; community/population health or informatics and data science; 5 or more years of clinical practice experience; 5 or more years of teaching experience or its equivalent. Based on qualifications, faculty teach across all program levels. Additional responsibilities include student advisement and service.
The preferred applicant will have an established scholarship agenda and established leadership role(s) in professional organizations.
The College values diversity and inclusion, and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences, perspectives, and background.
To apply please submit a letter of interest, current CV and the contact information for three professional references. In the letter, please indicate how you learned of this position.
Additional Information about Nursing in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences:
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences has three departments, Adult Nursing, Community Nursing, and Medical Laboratory Science. Nursing has a total of 31 full-time faculty members and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in two Departments-Adult Nursing and Community Nursing. The undergraduate degree program has approximately 550 baccalaureate students enrolled in the prelicensure traditional and accelerated, and RN to BS tracks. The College also offers graduate nursing programs at the MS, DNP, and PhD level, with approximately 110 students enrolled across the graduate programs. Nursing is committed to building scholarship in the areas of chronic illness, nursing education, and global population health. Nursing has a long-standing teaching and research collaboration with the College of Engineering. Nursing also has a growing portfolio of international collaborations and offers unique clinical experiences through these collaborations. Programs are fully accredited by CCNE.
For more information about the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, please go to: http://umassd.edu/CNHS/ OR contact Ms. Anne Henley, Assistant in Community Nursing at 508 999 8159
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The review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until positions are filled.
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