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The School of Nursing (SON) at The Catholic University of America (CUA) seeks to fill an approved full-time, benefits-eligible, tenure-track, Assistant/Associate Professor position, to begin January 2019. The position is for 8.5 months representing the academic year from the last week in August to mid-May.
1. Earned PhD in nursing
2. Graduate teaching experience
3. Evidence of program of scholarship
4. Evidence of funded research preferred
5. Professional experience commensurate with the rank of assistant or associate professor
6. Academic administrative and leadership experience
7. Excellent communication skills
8. Proven ability to mentor students
9. Demonstrated ability to function effectively in large, complex organizations and to work productively and collaboratively with individuals and groups
10. Willing to make a significant contribution to the mission of the University, as follows: "The Catholic University of America is committed to being a comprehensive Catholic and American institution of higher learning, faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ as handed on by the Church."
1. Teach in the on-campus and on-line doctoral programs (PhD and DNP) and in other programs as needed
2. Advise/chair student dissertations and scholarly DNP projects
3. Guide and mentor junior faculty in scholarship by facilitating research and publications
4. Maintain a program of research
5. Facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration among university and external researchers
6. Serve as Chair and member of SON committees and SON liaison on university committees.
The School of Nursing is ranked as having one of the best nursing graduate programs in the nation and is distinguished for preparing expert clinicians, nurse scientists, and leaders. Students are provided with cutting-edge clinical experiences and outstanding clinical research and health policy opportunities. The SON is CCNE accredited and has over 750 students enrolled in BSN, MSN, DNP, and PhD programs. The BSN program includes traditional and second-degree tracks and the students participate in multiple study abroad opportunities in Australia, Ireland, and Nicaragua. Ranked in the top ten by U.S. News and World Report, the MSN programs prepare family nurse practitioners (FNPs), adult-gerontological nurse practitioners (AGNPs), and acute and primary care pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs). Post-graduate APRN certificate program tracks for AGNP, FNP, primary care PNP, and dual acute and primary care PNP are available for MSN students who are not already certified NPs. Post-graduate APRN certificate program tracks are also available for certified primary care PNPs who wish to be certified as acute care PNPs, certified ANPs or FNPs who wish to be certified as AGNPs, and certified PNPs or ANPs who wish to be certified as FNPs. The SON offers the FNP and AGNP programs both on-line and on-campus. The on-campus and on-line PhD program prepares expert clinicians as nurse scientists. Through the investigation of clinical problems, graduates contribute to the development, validation, and refinement of theory and the advancement of the body of nursing knowledge. The on-line DNP program, approved for post-master’s and post-baccalaureate pathways, focuses on leadership in advanced nursing practice and is designed for students prepared at the master’s level as APRNs in nurse anesthesia, nurse midwifery, or as a nurse practitioner (NP) or clinical nurse specialist (CNS). The DNP program does not prepare entry-level APRNs, but non-APRNDNP students may choose to incorporate courses from one of the post-graduate APRN certificate program tracks options into their DNP preparation. Students in the BSN programs and the on-campus MSN programs gain clinical experience in more than 15 world-class health care facilities and multiple premier health settings across Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC. Similarly, our on-campus PhD students have access to premier research and health facilities, including the National Institutes of Health, and receive the opportunity to participate in health policy advocacy and development through multiple national nursing organizations residing in the Washington DC area and exposure to policy legislation on Capitol Hill.
Faculty also gain multiple benefits!
1. Research opportunities through networks with premier health facilities and organizations
2. Support in development of research proposals and manuscripts
3. Allowance for faculty to dedicate one day per week to personal clinical practice or research efforts
4. Eligibility for employee tuition assistance which begins the first semester following the date of hire
5. Eligibility for tuition assistance for undergraduate degrees for children and spouses beginning the semester following the date of hire
6. Eligibility for tuition exchange for children who want to pursue an undergraduate degree at another university or college other than CUA. Over 600 schools participate in the tuition exchange program.
7. Participation in an exceptional retirement plan (TIAA). If the faculty member contributes 5%, CUA will contribute 10% of gross salary.
8. Summers off!
Please contact Dr. Petra Goodman, Chair of the Search Committee, School of Nursing, at email@example.com for further information regarding this faculty opportunity.
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