The Hampton University School of Nursing is accepting applications from qualified candidates for 12-month faculty positions in two areas---the Department of Undergraduate Nursing Education (baccalaureate program) and the Department of Graduate Nursing Education (masters and doctoral programs). Undergraduate faculty members are needed for classroom and clinical teaching positions and full-time graduate faculty members are needed for classroom, clinical, and distance education teaching positions. Experience in one of the following areas is required: Adult Health, Maternal/Child Health, Community Health, and Mental Health. The School of Nursing has the broad goal of improving health care and the overall quality of life in the state, region, and nation.
Founded in 1868, Hampton University is a leading historically Black university located on the Virginia Peninsula in Hampton, Virginia. The School of Nursing has two campuses which are located in Hampton and Virginia Beach. The School offers the undergraduate baccalaureate program at both campuses.
Duties and Responsibilities
Faculty tasks consist of teaching, conducting research, and engaging in community service. Additional duties will include student advising, committee work, engaging in scholarly activities. There is an expectation that one will pursue scholarly activities (i.e. publication in scholarly journals, research, and acquisition of external funding. Faculty must sustain their expertise in specialty areas in teaching, clinical practice, and professional development.
Successful candidates applying to teach in the undergraduate program must hold a master’s degree in nursing (earned doctorate preferred). A minimum of three (3) years of recent nursing practice and two (2) years of clinical experience in specialty areas is required. Teaching experience is highly preferred. A current license to practice as a registered nurse in Virginia is also required. Preferred qualifications include classroom, online, and simulation teaching experience.
Applicants who wish to teach in the graduate program must have a minimum of three years teaching experience at the master's level or higher, and hold a minimum rank of Assistant Professor. Preference will be given to candidates with research and scholarship experience for the Department of Graduate Nursing Education. All candidates should be computer literate, possess excellent communication skills, and be able to multitask in a busy environment.
How to Apply
A review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until all available positions are filled. The salary will be commensurate with rank and experience. Interested candidates should submit a curriculum vitae, contact information, and names of three professional references (please include their postal and e-mail addresses and telephone numbers) to the following address:Deborah E. Jones, PhD, RN, CNEAssociate Professor and DeanSchool of NursingHampton University100 E. Queen StreetHampton, VA 23668E-mail: email@example.com*Hampton University is an Equal Opportunity Employer