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Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor, Palliative Care

The University of South Carolina, College of Nursing is seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Clinical Assistant or Clinical Associate Professor to fill a full-time, 12-month nontenure track, faculty position. This position is an on-site appointment. In addition to teaching, 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 faculty member would provide didactic and clinical instruction for undergraduate and
graduate nursing students. We are looking for a candidate who has knowledge and/or experience of undergraduate curricula and DNP and Masters Advanced Practice Nursing curricula that align with CCNE and NONPF criteria for Advanced Practice; the application of innovative online and in person class delivery
and simulation methodologies; scholarship application; and health policy action/implementation. Must have a serious commitment to the professional development of undergraduate and graduate nursing students, clinical practice, and leadership.


Earned doctorate in nursing (PhD or DNP); specialty in Palliative Care; two years of teaching and mentoring of students; unencumbered licensure as an APRN; National Certification and two years of direct practice as an APRN, training in End of Life Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC). Excellent communication skills, team building, self-motivation, and initiative are expected. Basic Life Support (BLS) is required. Palliative Care Certification preferred.

Inquiries may be directed to: 
Dr. Beverly Baliko
Chair, General Search Committee
University of South Carolina, College of Nursing
Columbia, SC 29208
(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.