The University of South Carolina, College of Nursing is seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Clinical Professor to fill a full-time assistant program director for the FNP program and CON faculty position. In addition to teaching, this administrative 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, leadership, and scholarship experience of the candidate.
The candidate would provide classroom instruction, assist the program director with
day-to-day program operations, and assisting students toward successful program completion
in conjunction with the FNP Program Director and the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies. The Assistant 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 in a Family 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.
Earned doctorate in nursing (PhD or DNP), two years of teaching and mentoring of NP students; unencumbered nursing licensure; National Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner and two years of direct practice as an APRN with Prescriptive Authority or eligibility in SC. Excellent written and oral communication skills, team building, self-motivation, and innovation in educational program offerings are expected. Basic Life Support (BLS) documentation is required.
Inquiries may be directed to:
Dr. Beverly Baliko
Chair, General Search Committee
College of Nursing
Columbia, SC 29208
Office: (803) 777-2292
The University of South Carolina does not discriminate in educational or employment opportunities or decisions for qualified persons on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, sexual orientation, or veteran status.