Faculty - Clinical Assistant Professor
The School of Nursing is seeking a full time clinical-track faculty at the rank of Assistant Clinical Professor. Specifically, we invite applicants with clinical expertise in all nursing specialty areas to apply. These individuals are expected to teach in nursing courses, laboratories, and clinical practical coordinate practicum courses; and participate in school, college and university committees and events.
Job Reference Number: 0081265
Faculty - Assistant/Associate Professor
The School of Nursing is looking for two full time tenure track faculty members with clinical and/or teaching expertise and research interests in health promotion or health disparities across the lifespan. The candidates will be appointed at Assistant or Associate Professor level depending on background and research experience. The candidates and will work with internal collaborators in the College of Health Sciences as well as external academic-practice/industry partners.
Job Reference Number: 0081266
Faculty - Lecturer
The School of Nursing is seeking a full time lecturer. Lecturers in Nursing are Non-Tenure Track Faculty and members of the professional teaching staff, who provide teaching and service. Specifically, we invite applicants with teaching expertise to apply. These individuals are expected to teach in nursing courses, laboratories, and clinical practical coordinate practicum courses; and provide service to the school, college and university committees and events.
Job Reference Number: 0081267
Adjunct Faculty - Part Time
The School of Nursing invites applications for part-time Adjunct Faculty to teach in clinical settings with undergraduate and graduate nursing students, as well as to teach didactic courses in the MS NP Program. Clinical courses could include undergraduate pediatric, maternity, psychiatric mental health, gerontological-rehabilitation nursing for junior-level students, or acute care nursing for senior-level students. Graduate NP didactic and clinical teaching in the Adult-Gerontological Nursing Specialty, as well as clinical for the Family Nurse Practitioner program, are among the courses that may be available.
Job Reference Number: 0081009
Are You Ready for An Exceptional Nursing Faculty Part-time Position?
If so, UMass Lowell is the place for you!
Nursing at UMass Lowell offers a fast growing, dynamic and stimulating environment for faculty members who are seeking academic excellence in an atmosphere that is supportive of growth and professional advancement. The School of Nursing values creativity, innovation and progressive approaches to teaching, research and service. Respect for diversity is central to our work at UMass Lowell. With our acclaimed HRSA-funded Bring Diversity to Nursing program, the School of Nursing is proud of the richly diverse student body, situated within the exceptionally eclectic community of Lowell. Our commitment to diversity is seen in our work in the local community as well as with international annual nursing student activities such as Nursing Students Without Borders in Ghana. The nursing faculty strives for excellence in all dimensions of our work.
Lowell is a community steeped in a rich cultural history. Located 30 miles north of Boston, the city is home to 105,000 people. Prominently featured in the fabric of the city are Cambodian, Vietnamese, Latino and Brazilian communities. Repertory theatre, art galleries, museums and a National Historical Park add to the richness of life in Lowell.
As a true benchmark of our growth, we broke ground in Spring 2011 for a new state-of-the-science building. We are situated within the College of Health Sciences and opportunities for professional collaboration abound across the health-related disciplines in the College. UMass Lowell has been rated by U.S. News & World Report among the top 200 universities. In 2010, Times of London ranked the UMass system as 56 of the top 200 universities worldwide.
Because of our rapid growth, we currently have positions for lecturers as well as tenure track positions for assistant and research-intensive associate and full professors, including Director of the DNP/MS programs. We welcome applications from faculty with experience and expertise across the nursing specialties. Additionally, we are currently seeking a Diversity Scholar in Nursing, a funded 1-semester position for a visiting nursing faculty member, whose research and teaching interests are in cultural studies, promoting diversity in the healthcare workforce, and promoting health equity in diverse populations.
View more information about jobs at UMass Lowell. Interested applicants should apply online at jobs.uml.edu. Thank you for considering the University of Massachusetts Lowell. We look forward to receiving your application.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive environment. We seek candidates who can contribute to that goal and encourage you to apply and to identify your strengths in this area. The University of Massachusetts is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Title IX, H/V, ADA 1990 Employer, and Executive Order 11246, 41 CFR60-741 4, 41 CRF60-250 4, 41 CRF60-1 40 and 41 CFR60-1,4 are hereby incorporated.