The University of Washington School of Nursing, Department of Psychosocial and Community Health (PCH), seeks applications for Part-Time lecturers, 9-month appointment. The positions primarily include teaching and clinical responsibilities in the graduate Population Health Program and Psychiatric Mental Health program. The positions will include core course work in clinical and/or didactic courses, coordination of clinical experiences, and developing and teaching community health and/or psychiatric mental health-specific content in related courses. These are 50% non-tenured positions for 5 years.
PCH represents a multicultural faculty and strongly encourages applications from diverse candidates.
The department engages in collaborative endeavors across three specialty areas: Psychosocial Nursing, Community Health, and Primary Care. PCH promotes the advancement of nursing science within an interdisciplinary context focusing particularly on social and health disparities, psycho-socio-cultural aspects of health, health care, population health, cross-cultural and global health issues. PCH participates in community relationships to facilitate blending practice and research interests. The graduate DNP program enrolls 100-110 DNP students, the DNP Psychiatric Mental Health track enrolls 16 to 20 students every year, and the DNP Population Health program enrolls up to 8 to 10 students.
The University of Washington serves a diverse population of 80,000 students, faculty and staff, including 25% first-generation college students, over 25% Pell Grant students, and faculty from over 70 countries. The University of Washington is committed to building a diverse faculty, staff, and student body and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service. In accord with the University's expressed commitment to excellence and equity, contributions in scholarship and research, teaching, and service that address diversity and equal opportunity may be included among the qualifications for appointment and promotion.
Candidates are required to have a RN licensure in Washington State, and a minimum of three years of clinical and teaching experience in the graduate programs. A Doctorate degree in community health nursing and/or psychiatric mental health nursing is required.
Applications are currently being accepted until November 1st, 2018 and will continue until the position is filled.
Please send letter of interest, CV, and a one page diversity statement that describes your potential to contribute to the inclusive excellence and diversity mission of the department and university, as well as our commitment to being an anti-racist institution, by email, in strict confidence to:
Department of Psychosocial & Community Health, School of Nursing
Box 357263, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-7263 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Washington is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.
This position is contingent upon available funding.
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