Nursing Faculty – Full-time, Non-Tenure Stream; Area: Health Sciences Executive Leadership

University of Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing is looking for qualified applicants for a full-time, non-tenure stream faculty position in
the area of Health Sciences Executive Leadership in the Department of Acute and Tertiary Care.

The University of Pittsburgh, its
School of Nursing, and affiliated medical center provide an environment of interdisciplinary research and education, cutting edge
evidence-based practice, and an infrastructure that fosters career development and sustained successes. The University offers exceptional
benefits that include education benefits, health and wellness benefits, and a generous retirement plan. Information about these and other
benefits can be found on the University’s HR website: https://www.hr.pitt.edu/current-employees/benefits. The University also has
dual career assistance to help trailing spouses and partners.

Faculty promotion opportunities are available for all ranks.
Qualifications for these non-tenure stream faculty positions include an earned doctorate (DNP or PhD) and eligibility for RN licensure in
Pennsylvania. Salary and academic rank are commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Minimum Qualifications:

Assistant
Professor – A) An earned doctorate in nursing or a field related to the area of scholarship within the School of Nursing is required. B)
Evidence of or potential for a sustained and impactful program of scholarship. C) Evidence of or potential for excellence in teaching and
mentoring, and contributing to a learning environment that values inclusivity.

Associate Professor – A) An earned doctorate in
nursing or a field related to the area of scholarship within the School of Nursing is required. B) Evidence of a sustained and impactful
program of scholarship that is nationally recognized. C) Evidence of excellence in teaching and mentoring, and contributing to a learning
environment that values inclusivity. D) Evidence of or potential for leadership in the field.

Professor – A) An earned doctorate in
nursing or a field related to the area of scholarship within the School of Nursing is required. B) Evidence of a sustained and impactful
program of scholarship that is internationally recognized. C) Evidence of excellence in teaching and mentoring, and contributing to a
learning environment that values inclusivity. D) Evidence of leadership in the field.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Healthcare
    leadership experience (minimum 5 years) at senior director level or above with responsibilities for leading strategic direction within the
    organization and collaboration across all sectors including financial, regulatory, and quality divisions.
  • Leadership roles within
    professional organizations.
  • Certification as a nurse leader or healthcare executive.

As part of your application,
please provide

1) a statement of your area of scholarship, and why you believe you will be successful at Pitt Nursing; and

2)
a statement expressing your commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; include any experience with how you have incorporated these
values into research, community engagement, teaching, service, or other relevant activities.

The University of Pittsburgh is
internationally recognized as a center of learning and research. Pitt, which shares a campus with the world-class healthcare enterprise,
UPMC, is located in a city that offers the cultural and social advantages of a vibrant urban environment. The University is accredited by
the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, as well as an elected member of the Association of American Universities, an
invitation-only organization of 61 preeminent doctorate-granting research institutions in North America.

Since its founding in
1939, the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing has provided faculty and students with the resources and support to generate new
healthcare knowledge and the educational foundation to conduct evidence-based practice, engage in scholarly activities, and translate
knowledge to improve the delivery of healthcare.

As one of the nation’s distinguished schools of nursing, the resources of the
school constitute an invaluable asset for the intellectual, scientific, and economic enrichment of healthcare in Pennsylvania, the nation,
and throughout the world.

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing receives millions of dollars in National Institutes
of Health (NIH) funding each year; and receives top rankings from several organizations – current rankings include:

  • 13th
    in NIH funding among public and private universities
  • 11th best Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program by US News & World
    Report
  • 14th (tie) Best Online Nursing Master’s (MSN) program by US News & World Report
  • 10th best Bachelor of
    Science in Nursing program by US News & World Report
  • 28th in the world by QS World University Rankings by
    subject

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates should apply online at https://www.join.pitt.edu/ and search for requisition number: 24004065. For more
information on the School of Nursing, visit www.nursing.pitt.edu.

The
University of Pittsburgh is committed to championing all aspects of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility within our community.
This commitment is a fundamental value of the University and is crucial in helping us advance our mission, which includes attracting and
retaining diverse workforces. We will continue to create and maintain an environment that allows individuals to discover, belong,
contribute, and grow, while honoring the experiences, perspectives, and unique identities of all.

The University of
Pittsburgh is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and values equality of opportunity, human dignity and diversity. EOE,
including disability/vets.

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