The George Washington University School of Nursing invites applications for a new tenure-track faculty position in gerontology research. We welcome applicants from a broad range of disciplines, including those applicants with an expertise in research methodology, dissemination, implementation science, evaluation, and/or health policy in long-term and community-based care settings. The full-time, 12-month position offers opportunities to contribute to the mission of the Center for Aging, Health and Humanities, the Center for Health Policy and Media Engagement and engage in interdisciplinary collaborations across the University.
At the time of application, an earned PhD (or equivalent) in nursing, public health, education, or other related discipline.
Track record of external funding.
Active research agenda including a track record of external grant submissions.
Successful track record of peer-reviewed publications.
Evidence of teaching excellence as demonstrated by course evaluation summaries.
Strong methodological and statistical skills.
Strong interpersonal skills and a successful record of collaborating across departments and disciplines
Special Instructions to Applicants::
To be considered, please complete an online faculty application and upload the following documents: CV; letter of interest (indicate the rank you are seeking); statement of research interests; three (3) samples of scholarly publications; and teaching evaluations from two courses. Please note that all documents related to each section must be combined and uploaded as one single document. Review of applications will begin on September 11, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered.
Internal Number: 69336
About George Washington University
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