Faculty openings

The School of Nursing at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) seeks talented, innovative, and productive nurse scientists/scholars to join UCLA nursing faculty as tenured Associate Professors or Professors. An Endowed Chair is available.

We seek a senior nurse scientist/scholar/leader with an established, federally-funded program of research focused on clinical or population science, evidence of excellence in teaching, leadership in professional service, and evidence of promoting equity, diversity, and inclusivity.

We welcome and encourage candidates whose experience in teaching, research, or community service and/or clinical practice has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.

Qualifications:

  • Earned research doctorate (PhD in nursing or related field)
  • Current licensure (or eligible for current licensure) in California as a registered nurse and/or advanced level of practitioners/clinicians
  • Evidence of an established independent research program congruent with the mission of the School
  • Evidence of teaching and service excellence, including graduate-level teaching experience in an academic institution
  • Evidence of promoting diversity and inclusivity in the workplace and/or in the community

The positions will remain open until filled.

More details and information on submitting an application are available here.

 

The UCLA School of Nursing invites applicants for Lecturer positions (full-time or part-time) for Pre-Licensure in the field of: Medical Surgical, Mental Health, Pediatrics, Maternity, Public Health, and/or Geriatrics) for 2024-2025.

Candidates should have the following qualifications:

  1. A Master’s degree in Nursing
  2. Excellent skills in teaching and mentoring students
  3. Excellent clinical skills in medical-surgical nursing, mental health, pediatrics maternity, public health and/or geriatric nursin
  4. Excellent interpersonal skills
  5. Demonstrated ability as an educator, including classroom management, mastery of educational methodologies, and/or experience with individualized student coaching and remediation
  6. Have/or be eligible for a license as a Registered Nurse in California
  7. Meet eligibility requirements for BRN certification in clinical instruction
  8. Demonstrated commitment to diversity as a core value in education

Candidates should have a good understanding of the academic process and the University setting along with the ability to establish excellent working relationships with other faculty, students, and preceptors. The position may require traveling to clinical sites within the greater Southern California community.

Responsibilities include:

  1. Prepare and present lectures for students in the clinical courses for the Undergraduate and Master’s Entry Clinical Nurse (MECN) programs according to the curriculum
  2. Construct, administer, and file appropriate student evaluations, including tests, performance exams (e.g., Objective Structured Clinical Exams [OSCEs]), and final grades
  3. Provide consultation to clinical instructors as required at clinical training sites to insure effective student learning
  4. Instruct students in fundamentals, skills labs, including virtual simulations, and physical assessment labs as needed
  5. Participate in one- on-one student coaching and remediation as directed
  6. Serve as an academic advisor for prelicensure students, as assigned by the Prelicensure Program Director
  7. Provide feedback to the Prelicensure Program Director and Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs regarding the fit of clinical sites to student learning as needed
  8. Provide student counseling and mentorship as needed, in conjunction with the Prelicensure Program Director and the Director for Student Affairs
  9. Function effectively as part of teaching teams

The School of Nursing welcomes and encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from individuals of diverse backgrounds. Individuals with a history of mentoring students from underrepresented groups and those with a commitment to supporting diversity and equal opportunity in education, research and creative activity are invited to apply.

More details and information on submitting an application are available here.

The UCLA School of Nursing invites applicants for Lecturer positions (full-time or part-time) for Pre-Licensure in the field of: Medical Surgical, Mental Health, Pediatrics, Maternity, Public Health, and/or Geriatrics) for Fall 2023, Winter 2024, Spring 2024, and Summer 2024.

Candidates should have the following qualifications: 1) a Master’s degree in Nursing; 2) excellent skills in teaching and mentoring students; 2) excellent clinical skills in medical-surgical nursing, mental health, pediatrics maternity, public health and/or geriatric nursing; 3) excellent interpersonal skills; 4) demonstrated ability as an educator, including classroom management, mastery of educational methodologies, and/or experience with individualized student coaching and remediation; 5) have/or be eligible for a license as a Registered Nurse in California, 6) meet eligibility requirements for BRN certification in clinical instruction 7) demonstrated commitment to diversity as a core value in education.

Candidates should have a good understanding of the academic process and the University setting along with the ability to establish excellent working relationships with other faculty, students, and preceptors. The position may require traveling to clinical sites within the greater Southern California community.

Responsibilities include: 1) prepare and present lectures for students in the clinical courses for the Undergraduate and Master’s Entry Clinical Nurse (MECN) programs according to the curriculum; 2) construct, administer, and file appropriate student evaluations, including tests, performance exams (e.g., Objective Structured Clinical Exams [OSCEs]), and final grades; 3) provide consultation to clinical instructors as required at clinical training sites to insure effective student learning; 4) instruct students in fundamentals, skills labs, including virtual simulations, and physical assessment labs as needed; 5) participate in one- on-one student coaching and remediation as directed; 6) serve as an academic advisor for prelicensure students, as assigned by the Prelicensure Program Director; 7) provide feedback to the Prelicensure Program Director and Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs regarding the fit of clinical sites to student learning as needed; 8) provide student counseling and mentorship as needed, in conjunction with the Prelicensure Program Director and the Director for Student Affairs, and 9) function effectively as part of teaching teams.

The School of Nursing welcomes and encourages diversity and seeks applications and nominations from individuals of diverse backgrounds. Individuals with a history of mentoring students from underrepresented groups and those with a commitment to supporting diversity and equal opportunity in education, research and creative activity are invited to apply.

More details and information on submitting an application are available here.

 

The School of Nursing is looking for full-time or part-time Lecturer applicants. Candidates must have the following qualifications:

  • MSN or doctorate in nursing, doctorate preferred
  • National certification and clinical experience as either a Family Nurse Practitioner or an Adult/Gerontology - Primary Care
  • Have or be eligible for a license as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse in California.
  • Prior teaching experience preferred
  • Demonstrated commitment to diversity as a core value in education

Candidates for this position should have a good understanding of the academic process and the university setting. They should also possess the ability to establish excellent working relationships with other faculty, students, and preceptors. The position may require travel to clinical sites within the greater Southern California community. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities include:

  • Preparing and presenting lectures, and providing clinical instruction to advanced practice students (nurse practitioners or clinical nurse specialists) in theory and/or clinical courses, in accordance with the curriculum.
  • Constructing, administering, grading, and filing appropriate student evaluations and final grades.
  • Instructing students in skills labs and physical assessment labs as needed.
  • Identifying clinical training sites and providing feedback to the Program Director for Advanced Practice Programs and the Associate Dean for Academic & Student Affairs regarding the fit of clinical sites to student learning.
  • Providing student counseling and mentorship as needed, in conjunction with the Director of Student Affairs.
  • Participating in Program Meetings and School of Nursing committees as needed.
  • Functioning effectively as part of teaching teams.

The School of Nursing values diversity and welcomes applications from individuals of diverse backgrounds. We encourage those who have experience mentoring students from underrepresented groups and who are committed to promoting diversity and equal opportunity in education, research, and creative endeavors to apply.

More details and information on submitting an application are available here.

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