Faculty Positions Available
- Faculty: FNP Clinical Assistant Professor (Portland Campus)
- Faculty: Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (Portland Campus)
- DNP Program Director (Portland Campus)
- Senior Associate Dean for Research (Portland campus)
- Faculty: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, part-time (Portland campus)
- Faculty Clinical Instructor (Specialty Prep: PMH), Undergraduate Program (Portland campus)
- Faculty: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program Director (Portland campus)
- Faculty: Clinical Instructor/Assistant Professor (Monmouth campus)
- Faculty: Nurse-Midwifery Program (Portland campus)
- Faculty Clinical Instructor (Klamath Falls campus)
- Faculty: Professor: Senior Research Faculty (Portland campus)
These health care positions as well as staff positions are listed on the OHSU Human Resources Web Site.
The duties of this position are to teach clinical courses to baccalaureate nursing students in Ashland, Klamath Falls, La Grande and Monmouth locations and to participate in the work of the School.
Qualifications: Master's degree in nursing with teaching and relevant clinical experience preferred. Applicants with Bachelors degree in nursing and extensive clinical experience will be considered. Teaching experience preferred.
Schedule and Salary Range
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Assistant & Associate Professor
The OHSU School of Nursing is seeking candidates with a track record of funded research or potential for developing a program of research supported by extramural funding.
Doctoral degree in nursing or a related field is required. Specialty certification, clinical experience and licensure as appropriate also are required. Teaching experience, especially at the level of advanced nursing practice, is highly desirable. The school has renewable contract or tenure track positions available; rank is commensurate with credentials and experience. Individuals selected will be expected to a) teach and participate in curriculum development in one of the academic program areas; b) advise and mentor students; c) collaborate with other researchers in developing funded programs of research and publishing results; d) participate in committee and other service activities; and e) engage in clinical practice as appropriate to the specific position.
Schedule and Salary Range
OHSU School of Nursing is ranked seventh nationally among schools of nursing. Its graduate programs consistently rank in the top two percent of 350 graduate programs in the U.S. (Rankings provided by U.S. News and World Report.)