Simmons University School of Nursing Openings
Located in Boston's historic Fenway area, Simmons has a strong tradition of empowering women and of challenging traditional gender roles. Simmons University was one of the first higher education institutions to focus on preparing women to become leaders and has evolved to become a university offering a women-centered undergraduate program, with graduate programs open to all. Nursing education at Simmons dates back to 1933. At that time, Simmons implemented a five- year baccalaureate program in nursing and became a charter member of the National League for Nursing. Simmons continues its proud tradition of educating nurses. Today, Simmons School of Nursing offers a traditional 4 year BSN program, a 16-month accelerated BSN program for students with a prior baccalaureate degree, a 2-year Dix scholars program for adult learners and a 4 + 1 BSN-MSN FNP program.
Simmons University is currently searching for academic leaders and nursing faculty to join our growing Nursing department.
Director of Undergraduate Nursing
Reporting to the School of Nursing Chair & Associate Dean, the Director of the Undergraduate Nursing program will have administrative, teaching, and advisement responsibilities.
Director of Advanced Practice - Family Nurse Practitioner Program
Reporting to the School of Nursing Department Chair & the Associate Dean, the Director of Advanced Practice will hold administrative and advisement responsibilities, including the supervision of the online & campus based MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Programs, the RN-MSN online program, and the post licensure component of the Direct Entry MSN FNP program.
Chair – School of Nursing
This faculty leadership position will report to the Associate Dean of Nursing, and will be responsible for the supervision of the undergraduate Program Director, Graduate Program Director, Director of Simulation, Director of the Dotson Bridge Program, and the Director of the DNP programs.
Associate Professor of Practice or Assistant Professor, FNP Program
Simmons is currently accepting applications for a full time and a part time faculty position. These instructors will teach in the campus based MSN Family Nurse Practitioner program, beginning in the September 2021 term.