Gonzaga University's Department of Nursing seeks to fill a 9-month, full-time tenure-track faculty position beginning fall 2019. The department is interested in applicants with expertise in either psychiatric-mental health, medical-surgical, or population–based nursing, as well as experience teaching campus-based and online didactic courses and practicum/clinical courses. The ideal candidate will have the expertise to teach across all nursing programs. If hired, the candidate must be willing to relocate to the Spokane area.
The BSN program is a campus-based program that is offered during fall and spring semesters. MSN and DNP didactic courses are offered online; the practicum courses for the Graduate program are arranged in students' home communities and include intensive on-campus sessions. Graduate programs are offered on a 12-month basis.
Earned Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree or PhD in Nursing (a doctoral degree in a related field is acceptable if the master's degree is in nursing).
Master of Science degree in nursing (a master's degree in a related field is acceptable if the doctoral degree is in nursing).
Eligible for an unencumbered Washington state RN license.
Demonstrated scholarship (e.g., clinical practice, presentations, and/or publications) and demonstrated ability to articulate a specific agenda for scholarly work and/or research.
Gonzaga University is a private four-year institution for higher education located in Spokane, Washington. Established in 1877, the university continues to use their education model of educating their students as a whole person- mind, body, and spirit. At Gonzaga, students discover how to integrate science and art, faith and reason, and action and contemplation. Gonzaga is a nationally ranked university and one of the top regional universities in the west. Home to over 7,800 students, Gonzaga offers a variety of undergraduate and master’s degrees, as well a Ph.D. and Juris Doctor through the school of law.