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The College of Health professions is seeking applications for a 9-month, tenure track faculty positions which include teaching and related responsibilities in the graduate and undergraduate nursing programs within the School of Nursing. Faculty members also have professional responsibilities which may include advising students, orientation and registration of students, participation in University committees, keeping regular posted office hours (which are scheduled at times convenient for students), and participation in traditional functions which have academic significance. Faculty members may be required to teach off-campus.
Required: Master's degree in Nursing. Complete terminal degree in nursing (PhD/DNP) before applying for tenure (preferably one year before tenure application). Minimum of three years of clinical nursing experience; previous teaching experience as a clinical or didactic instructor. Preferred: Doctorate degree in nursing (PhD or DNP). Advanced Practice Nursing Certification and/or expertise in a clinical specialty or in a related area such as administration, informatics or public health. Previous teaching experience in higher education to include curriculum development, simulation and distance education; established record of scholarship, leadership and professional service.
For full position description and to apply, go to the following FSU Employment link:http://www.ferris.edu/HTMLS/administration/adminandfinance/human/Employment/
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