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Clinical Assistant, Clinical Associate, or Clinical Professor Faculty Positions

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 position 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. Full job description here

We are seeking a qualified candidate eligible for the rank of Research Assistant or Associate Professor-Biostatistician to fill a full-time academic teaching position. The position will primarily involve collaborative interactions within the College of Nursing to develop federal grant proposals and advance statistical methodology within nursing/health sciences and biobehavioral research. Competitive candidates will have expertise to contribute to the design and analyses of randomized controlled trials, observational studies, and secondary analyses of national data sets. We also strongly encourage applications from individuals with methodologic expertise in ‘-omics’ approaches, predictive analytics, spatial data analysis or other approaches that utilize big data. 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 and graduate nursing courses. In addition to teaching, the position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities. Full job description here 

We are seeking 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 and graduate nursing courses. In addition to teaching, the position includes opportunities for clinical practice and research/scholarship activities. 

Research/Tenure Track Faculty Positions

The Arnold School of Public Health (ASPH) and the College of Nursing (CON) at the University of South Carolina (USC) invite applications for ten tenure-track faculty positions as part of the inaugural NIH-funded USC FIRST FIIRRE program. The multi- year NIH FIRST (Faculty Institutional Recruitment for Sustainable Transformation) initiative intends to enhance inclusive excellence at competitively determined institutions across the United States. In the context of USC’s strategic plan, the FIRST FIIRRE (Faculty Initiative for Improved Recruitment, Retention, and Experience) team has developed a tailored strategy to achieve significant and sustainable institutional culture change by implementing institutional programs and practices that support inclusive excellence. As part of the FIRST FIIRRE cluster recruitment, USC seeks diverse candidates from all areas of public health and nursing who (1) have a research focus on health disparities or inequities within their respective discipline, (2) have a strong record of promoting diversity and inclusive excellence, and (3) have not previously held a tenure-track position. Full job description here

We are seeking an outstanding nurse scientist for the position of Dunn- Shealy Endowed Professor of Nursing. The Endowed Chair will lead/expand development of cancer/oncology research in the College of Nursing. The Chair has endowment support and a generous start-up package, and will have the opportunity to collaborate with other researchers in the established centers in the University and our partners. Full job description here

We are seeking a 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 Nursing Leadership, Cancer Survivorship Research Center, ACORN Center: Advancing Chronic care Outcomes through Research & Innovation, and a solid research support infrastructure supported by the Associate Dean for Research. Full job description here

 


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