ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing at Galveston invites
applications for full time faculty (tenure/tenure-track/non-tenure track)
positions in both the Undergraduate and Graduate degree programs. Specialty
areas include medical/surgical, community and population health, adult &
family health, acute & critical care, obstetrics & neonatal health, nursing
administration, and nursing education. We are recruiting for the academic
ranks of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor and Professor, commensurate
with the degree and experience.
Preferred Candidates will have teaching experience at the university level,
clinical experience in their specialty area, a defined program of research or
scholarship and demonstrated leadership skills. Faculty on research tenure
track should show a strong potential for developing a funded program of
scientific research and evidence of scholarly achievement. Faculty at the rank
of Associate Professor/Professor with tenure should have a well-defined
program of research including publications and national/international
presentations, track record of intramural and/or extramural grant funding.
Founded in 1890, the School of Nursing was the first nursing program in the
Southwest and one of the first schools in the U.S. to be affiliated with a
university in 1896. As a component of the University of Texas Medical Branch
(UTMB), the school of nursing offers academic programs at the baccalaureate
(traditional and RN-BSN), Masters (Family, Adult/Geriatric, Acute Care,
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, Leadership, Nurse Educator) and Doctoral
Programs (DNP and PhD in collaboration with the Graduate School). UTMB
provides a rich interprofessional environment conducive to teaching, practice,
and research across the Schools of Nursing, Medicine, Health Professions
Sciences, and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. The School of Nursing
has a state-of-the-art laboratory for bio-behavioral research, a Community
Space for Health and Wellbeing, the Research Innovation and Scientific
Excellence center and other faculty resources. UTMB is home to hospitals and
emergency departments on four campuses, a network of primary and specialty
care clinics, the 160,000 square feet Health Education Center for simulation
and interprofessional education and the Galveston National Lab. The UTMB
community values diversity, equity, and inclusion among faculty, students, and
Effectively use innovative, state of the art teaching methodologies and
learning activities that promote excellence in classroom and online
Participate in course design, development, implementation, and evaluation
to provide appropriate learning experiences for students.
Maintain academic excellence in education, practice and/or research
through participation in continuing education programs.
Serves as academic advisor to students.
Demonstrate competence and leadership within a defined area of nursing
Exhibits leadership in clinical settings for increased collaboration with
nursing colleagues and other disciplines.
Disseminate scholarly work in professional publications/presentation at
local or state meetings.
Direct and engage in scholarship that contribute to the advancement of
nursing knowledge and nursing science.
Actively engage in School of Nursing and university committees.
Participates actively in local, state, national, and international
An earned doctoral degree in nursing or related field. Doctoral degree in
progress may be considered.
Licensed or eligible for licensure as a registered nurse in the state of
Commensurate with experience
Equal Employment Opportunity
UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to
race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, gender, sexual orientation,
gender identity/expression, genetic information, disability, veteran status,
or any other basis protected by institutional policy or by federal, state or
local laws unless such distinction is required by law. As a VEVRAA Federal
Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women,
minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.