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- Kindness, from the top down
An award-winning focus on maintaining a healthy work environment, with meaningful opportunities to collaborate with and recognize peers
- No weekend emails
Hearty resolve to respect boundaries between professional and personal time
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Interprofessional science and education with colleagues from across the educational spectrum
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A generous, involved, loyal alumni base more than 11,000 strong, with more than $55 million in private donations raised since 2008
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Current Job Openings
The University of Virginia School of Nursing seeks an experienced clinical instructor with a background in obstetrics nursing for a part time, tenure-ineligible clinical instructor. The start date of this position is the Spring, 2021 semester.
We seek applicants whose experience, teaching, research, and/or community service has prepared them to substantially contribute to this mission. We welcome, in particular, applicants from groups who have been historically underrepresented in nursing, including racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+, veterans, people with disabilities, and men.
Applicants must possess a Master’s Degree in Nursing, with two years of previous experience in obstetrics. Candidates must have or be eligible for Licensure in Virginia and will be required to obtain a license by the start date of the position. Preference will be given to applicants with a DNP or PhD in Nursing. Applicants with an obstetrics/maternal-child health certification are strongly encourage to apply. Five or more years of teaching or mentoring in an obstetrics/maternal-child health higher education setting is strongly preferred.
Duties include: Supervising pre-licensure nursing students in a clinical setting (practicum/seminar).
This is a part time 20 hour per week, 9-month term limited three-year appointment.
An official offer of employment is contingent on a successful background check and completion of a medical screening as set by the University of Virginia Health System.
The School of Nursing at the University of Virginia is seeking qualified applicants for the newly created position of Academic Analyst. The Academic Analyst provides essential analytical, procedural, and coordination services in support of academic operations, evaluation, compliance, and data reporting activities. In support of regulatory requirements (institutional, state, accreditation, nursing education-specific, etc.), the Academic Analyst coordinates academic surveys and other assessments, maintains and collects various data points throughout the year, and prepares reports. Collaborates with other academic staff members to help organize, implement, and monitor consistent processes across programs. Coordinates communications such as website content maintenance on the academic webpages and internal communications about academic policies and procedures. The Academic Analyst reports to the Senior Assistant Dean of Academic Operations.
The University of Virginia School of Nursing seeks applications to fill non-tenure-track, part-time Clinical Instructor faculty wage position. The Advanced Practice Academic Clinical Coordinator (ACC) role was created to help support the increased complexities and challenges associated with coordinating clinical education. The ACC will report to their Department Chair for faculty-related affairs and the respective Program Director for clinical education affairs. The ACC workload allocation is one workload credit (8 hours per week) during the academic year.
Objectives of the ACC:
- Assumes primary responsibility for practicum placement in the assigned specialty
- Enhances excellence in clinical education.
- Improves partnership capacities with clinical agencies.
- Enhances communication and satisfaction among all stakeholders.
The School of Nursing at the University of Virginia is seeking applicants for a newly created Assistant Professor of Nursing, General Faculty position. This 9 month position will teach courses in the RN-to-BSN nursing program that are offered in a hybrid format with face-to-face and online learning in 3 sites. The position is based primarily in Richmond, VA but the incumbent will be required to travel routinely to Charlottesville for professional activities, and other duties as assigned. Working among the nation's best nurse scholars, academics and students, the incumbents will prepare the next generation of nurses.
A DNP or PhD in nursing and experience and/or certification in online or hybrid teaching modalities is required. Licensure in Virginia by the start date of the position is required. A commitment to education of diverse and vulnerable populations is essential, as is the ability to be flexible, prioritize, organized, and responsive to the health needs of the community. Applicants must possess a valid Driver’s License. Preference will be given to applicants with experience working with adult learners. Additionally, experience in teaching adult learners from underrepresented minority (URM) populations and understanding of unique learning challenges faced by these populations is highly desired. Applicants with experience teaching within a University are highly encouraged to apply.
** This position is primarily based in Richmond, Virginia. **
The University of Virginia (UVA) School of Nursing invites applications for Clinical Simulation Debriefer to join the faculty at the rank of Instructor. The Clinical Simulation Debriefer is responsible for providing leadership, consultation, and evidence-based education as a nursing simulation expert; for clinical curriculum, experiences and activities occurring at the CSLC for student nurses. Responsibilities include facilitation, instruction, and implementation of innovative simulation-based education involving the use of simulation technology. The Clinical Simulator Debriefer reports to the Director of CSLC for simulation related affairs and to the Department Chair for faculty role responsibilities.
- Candidates must have a MSN in nursing is required by the start date of the appointment. PhD/DNP in Nursing, preferred. Applicants must have 2 years minimum clinical experience.
- Licensure in Virginia by the start date of the position is required.
- Applicants with a Certified Health Care Simulation Educator Certification and previous simulation experience is highly preferred.
- Candidate must have a strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness, and should actively promote diversity.
- Candidate should have the ability to balance multiple priorities and work independently.
This is a part time faculty appointment is at 24 hours per week.
The University of Virginia (UVA) School of Nursing invites applications for an established senior scholar to join the faculty at the rank of Professor or Associate Professor and serve as the Director of the Eleanor Crowder Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (ECBCNHI). The ECBCNHI is dedicated to the preservation and study of nursing history and its contributions to the shaping of the American health care system. This distinctive position requires an eminent historian of nursing who will have opportunities to work with faculty, staff, and students in schools and departments across UVA Grounds. They will support an environment that openly and honestly values difference and allows room for a rich variation of perspectives, beliefs, experiences, and people. The Director of the ECBCNHI will provide leadership in all of these important areas.
The ECBCNHI is one of only two endowed nursing history centers in the world. It hosts a regular series of nursing history forums, sponsors an annual Agnes Dillon Randolph Award and lecture, awards annual research fellowships, and publishes a biannual newsletter, Windows in Time. It hosts scholars from around the world. To learn more about the center please visit the History Center web pages.
Many professional schools in the health sciences – including medicine, public health, and public policy – have individual faculty whose expertise is in the history of the health sciences. The ECBCNHI, housed in the School of Nursing, is one such center. It is recognized internationally for its innovative educational programs and cutting edge research in the history of nursing. It has been successful in garnering grant support, with its faculty generating numerous award-winning scholarly publications and presentations and serving as officers of national nursing history associations.
To be considered candidates must be a distinguished historian of nursing with a substantial independent body of research work. This includes publication in peer-reviewed journals (usually single or lead authored), a track record of extramural funding, and publication of academic monographs or books with university presses. Their research must be based on sound methodology that presents both argument and analysis and must be rigorously executed such that it pushes the boundaries of the field. The candidate must also have evidence of invited lectures and presentations at national and international conferences.
We are seeking a master teacher with at least five years of teaching experience who demonstrates a passion for creating a collaborative scholarly and pedagogical environment to support students and faculty. Candidates must have a PhD in nursing, history, or other relevant field; and if a nurse, be eligible for licensure in the state of Virginia. Joint appointments with other schools or departments within the University of Virginia may be possible.
Rank and salary will be determined on qualifications and years of experience. Endowed Chair appointments are possible for highly qualified applicants who meet the School of Nursing criteria. Candidates must be able to meet the criteria for the UVA tenured process of Associate or Professor.
Ranked among the top nursing schools in the nation by US News and World Report, UVA aims to create a diverse community of students, scholars, and staff who aspire to achieve excellence in education, research, and clinical experiences. The UVA School of Nursing has been actively engaged in IDEA, our Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence Achievement initiative. We are deeply committed to developing a community that is inclusive, respectful, and considers diversity to be a key part of our excellence. We seek applicants whose experience, research, and teaching have prepared them to substantially contribute to this mission. We welcome, in particular, applicants from groups who have been historically underrepresented in nursing, including racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+, veterans, people with disabilities, and men.
The selected applicant will be required to complete a background check prior to their first day of employment per University policy.
We seek experienced educators with strong clinical experience in the specialty areas of pediatrics, obstetrics, psychiatric-mental health and community/public health, general medical or surgical specialty. Three years clinical teaching experience is preferred in one of the specialty clinical areas mentioned. Responsibilities potentially include classroom lecturing but primarily will require the direct supervision of students in the clinical setting, along with evaluation of required written work. Candidates must have a strong commitment to teaching and mentorship.
The UVA School of Nursing has been actively engaged in IDEA, our Inclusion, Diversity and Excellence Achievement initiative. We are deeply committed to developing a community that is inclusive, respectful, and considers diversity to be a key part of our excellence. We seek applicants whose experience, teaching, research and/or community service has prepared them to substantially contribute to this mission. We welcome, in particular, applicants from groups who have been historically underrepresented in nursing, including racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQ+, veterans, people with disabilities and men.