University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
COLLEGE OF NURSING and HEALTH SCIENCES
Nursing Faculty Positions
Adult Nursing Department and Community Nursing Department Full Time Faculty Positions
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences, at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth invites applications for full time Nursing faculty positions on the tenure and clinical tracks.
- Community Nursing – Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track, or Assistant/Associate Clinical Track (non-tenure)
- Adult Nursing – Assistant/Associate Professor, Tenure Track
Applicants for the tenure track positions will have an earned research doctorate in Nursing (PhD), or related field or its equivalent, a Master’s in Nursing degree with clinical specialization or its equivalent. The candidate will have a scholarship agenda focused in one of the following areas, chronic illness, nursing education, family health (maternity or pediatric), mental health, global public health, health disparities, population health, informatics, or use of technology in patient care. Applicants must have a successful record of teaching with the ability to sustain a program of funded research, secure external funding, and participate in community outreach. Applicants must have RN licensure in Massachusetts or eligibility for licensure. Based on qualifications, faculty teach across all program levels. Additional responsibilities include student advisement and service. Salary will be highly competitive and an appointment with tenure is possible depending on qualifications, experience, and evidence of scholarly accomplishments. The preferred applicants will have an established program of research and advance certification.
Applicants for the clinical track position (non-tenure) will have a MS in Nursing or clinical doctorate in Nursing (DNP) or earned research doctorate in Nursing (PhD) or related field or its equivalent, with clinical specialization in one of the following areas: Maternity and Women’s Health; Pediatric and Family Health; Mental Health, or Community/Population Health. Applicants must have RN licensure in Massachusetts or eligibility for licensure including APRN licensure as appropriate; 3 or more years of recent 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, scholarship, and service. Salary will be highly competitive.
For more information about these positions, qualifications, and how to apply, please navigate to our website at UMass Careers. All interested applicants should submit a letter of interest, current resume and the contact information for at least three professional references.
The review of applications will begin December 1, 2021.
UMass Dartmouth…Future Ready!
Additional information about the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences has approximately 31 full-time nursing faculty members and offers undergraduate and graduate programs in two departments: Adult Nursing and Community Nursing. The undergraduate degree program has approximately 650 baccalaureate students enrolled in the prelicensure traditional and accelerated, and RN to BS tracks. The College also offers nursing graduate programs at the MS, DNP, and PhD level, with approximately 110 students enrolled across the graduate programs. The Nursing Program has a growing portfolio of international collaborations and offers unique clinical experiences through these collaborations. Programs are fully accredited by CCNE.
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is located in the beautiful ocean side community of Dartmouth, about an hour south of Boston, half-hour east of Providence, and half-hour west of Cape Cod. The University has an enrollment of over 8,000 students in over 40 undergraduate and 23 graduate programs offered by the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Charlton College of Business, College of Arts and Science, College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Law, and School for Marine Science and Technology.
UMass Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant, public research university dedicated to engaged learning and innovative research resulting in personal and lifelong student success. UMass Dartmouth values excellence, diversity, transparency, student-centeredness, accountability, innovation, engagement, collaboration, collegiality and safety.
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Effective September 27, 2021, UMass Dartmouth requires that all members of the campus community are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and provide proof of vaccination. Additionally, all members of the campus community must obtain a Covid-19 booster shot by January 18, 2022, and provide proof when requested.
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