Skip to Content

College of Nursing

Faculty and students

Work Here

Current Openings

All positions are onsite 

The Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies reports directly to the Associate Dean for Academics and is responsible for all aspects of the Undergraduate Program(s) and related academic duties/responsibilities.

Oversees day-to-day operations of the undergraduate academic program(s):

  • Coordinates curricular planning, implementation, evaluation, and revision based on evaluation data.
  • Coordinates implementation of policies for student admission, progression, retention, and graduation.
  • Maintains undergraduate student handbook and sections of the USC Undergraduate Bulletin.

Full job description here. 

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Clinical Professor to fill a full-time program director for the newly approved Nursing Informatics (NI) program. In addition to teaching, this administrative position includes opportunities for course development, clinical practice and research/scholarship activities. Faculty appointment and salary are commensurate with the level of experience in the field of NI, teaching, leadership, and scholarship experience of the candidate. Full job description here. 

We are seeking a junior or mid-career faculty member with advanced expertise in care of persons with chronic condition (e.g., symptom management, self-management, care coordination or other health system innovations). This position is an onsite appointment in Columbia, SC. The faculty member will be core faculty for the College’s SmartState Chronic Care Research Excellence Center, and make significant contributions to the Center. This individual will join the College of Nursing’s team of junior- and senior-level researchers with established research programs. The College of Nursing has a solid research support infrastructure led by the Associate Dean for Research. The College, University, and community offer a wide range of opportunities for inter-professional research initiatives, adjunct collaborative research appointments and development of PhD prepared scientists. Interdisciplinary research teams are expected and campus resources actively support cross-unit research collaborations. Full job description here.

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor to fill a full-time academic teaching position. The faculty member would provide didactic and clinical instruction for undergraduate graduate nursing courses. In addition to teaching, the position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities. Faculty appointment and salary are commensurate with the level of clinical practice, teaching, and scholarship experience of the candidate. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge or experience teaching pediatric nursing. Experience with the application of innovative classroom delivery, simulation methodologies and evidence based integration is ideal. The candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to the professional development of nursing students, clinical practice, and professional service. Full job description here. 

We are seeking a junior or mid-career tenure track faculty member who aligns with our research expertise. This position is an on-site appointment. The College of Nursing has three research centers: Center for Cancer Survivorship, Center for Nursing Leadership, ACORN Center: Advancing Chronic care Outcomes through Research & INnovation, and a solid research support infrastructure supported by the Associate Dean for Research. Candidates are expected to have an established record of successful participation on externally funded research grants, scientific collaboration with junior and senior research faculty, and PhD-level student teaching and mentorship. This individual will join the College of Nursing’s research team of junior and senior-level researchers with established research programs. Full job description here. 

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor to fill a full-time academic teaching position. The faculty member would provide didactic and clinical instruction for undergraduate acute care nursing courses. In addition to teaching, the position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities. Faculty appointment and salary are commensurate with the level of clinical practice, teaching, and scholarship experience of the candidate.

The ideal candidate will possess knowledge or experience teaching acute and complex disease problems and skills required of the BSN graduate. Experience with the application of innovative classroom delivery, simulation methodologies and evidence based integration is ideal. The candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to the professional development of nursing students, clinical practice, and professional service. Full job description here.

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Clinical Professor to fill a full-time program director for the PMHNP program and CON faculty position. In addition to teaching, this administrative position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities are expected. Faculty appointment and salary are commensurate with the level of advanced practice clinical practice, teaching, leadership, and scholarship experience of the candidate.

The candidate would provide classroom instruction, day-to-day program operations, and assisting students toward successful program completion in conjunction with the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies. The Program Director will have opportunities to maintain a clinical practice and participate in research/scholarship activities. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and/or experience teaching psychiatric mental health NP curricula with the application of innovative classroom delivery, simulation methodologies and scholarship application. The candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to the professional development of nursing students, clinical practice, and leadership. Full job description here.

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Clinical Professor to fill a full-time academic teaching position. The faculty member would provide didactic and/or clinical instruction for undergraduate and graduate nursing students pertaining to the women’s and maternal health issues. In addition to teaching, the position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities. Faculty appointment and salary are commensurate with the level of advanced practice clinical practice, teaching, and scholarship experience of the candidate.

The ideal candidate will possess knowledge or experience teaching women’s health and/or maternal health curricula with the application of innovative classroom delivery, simulation methodologies and scholarship application. The candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to the professional development of nursing students, clinical practice, and professional service. Full job description here.

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Clinical Professor to fill a full-time program director for the Master’s Entry to Practice Program and CON faculty position. In addition to teaching, this administrative position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities are expected. Faculty appointment and salary are commensurate with the level of advanced practice clinical practice, teaching, leadership, and scholarship experience of the candidate.

The candidate would provide classroom instruction, day-to-day program operations, and assisting students toward successful program completion in conjunction with the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies. The Program Director will have opportunities to maintain a clinical practice and participate in research/scholarship activities. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and/or experience teaching pre-licensure curricula with the application of innovative classroom delivery, simulation methodologies and scholarship application. The candidate should have a demonstrated commitment to the professional development of nursing students, clinical practice, and leadership. Full job description here.

We are seeking an outstanding nurse scientist for the position of Emily Myrtle Smith Endowed Professor of Nursing. The Endowed Chair will lead/expand development of population/community health in the College of Nursing. The Chair has significant endowment support and will have the opportunity to collaborate with other researchers in the established centers in the University and our partners.

The following standards of performance are expected of the recipients of this endowed chair: continuing record of scholarly and creative endeavors; leadership in and across academic units and collaborations with scholars within as well as external to one’s own university and clinical partners; pursuit of activities that enhance the reputation of the university; generation of additional private, governmental, foundation and other external grants and funds; innovative leadership and mentoring of students and other faculty; and, attraction of high quality students and junior faculty. Full job description here. 


Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.

©