The University of Kansas School of Nursing is seeking qualified applicants
for non-tenure track appointments interested in becoming part of an exciting
environment that offers strong educational and research support. Opportunities
are available at Instructor, Assistant, Associate, and Professor levels starting
July 1, 2006. The School offers both undergraduate and graduate education. The
School's research emphasis areas are Health Behavior/Research and Health Care
Effectiveness; the school also houses the National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators (NDNQI) and the KU Nursing Center for Outcomes Research.
Location in an Academic Medical Center with Centers on Aging, Cancer,
Environmental Health, Telehealth, Reproductive Services and Healthcare
Informatics presents abundant opportunities for interdisciplinary scholarship.
Opportunities for faculty practice are available through KU HealthPartners Inc.
Qualified applicants should have a master's degree in nursing, demonstrated
excellence in baccalaureate or graduate education. A doctorate in nursing or
related field is preferred.
Major responsibilities include:
Teaching in undergraduate and graduate programs according to educational
Participation in course and curriculum development.
Service commitment to School and Medical Center.
Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.