Psych/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) Clinical Track Nursing Faculty Position
The University of Iowa (UI) College of Nursing is seeking qualified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) applicants for a Clinical Track (Non-Tenure) Nine Month Faculty position in the Doctor of Nursing (DNP) Program. The PMHNP Clinical Track Faculty are responsible for performing direct psychiatric services and may provide psychiatric consultation with other mental health center staff within the recognized nursing specialty and patient populations. This position includes a 30% effort allocation to practice in the college's Faculty Practice Group. Faculty practice is year-round resulting in additional compensation for practice occurring outside the Fall and Spring semesters. These services may be provided on site, at satellite offices, via telemedicine, or through consultation contracts. Areas of particular interest include teaching expertise in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Teaching responsibilities may consist of teaching undergraduate and/or graduate courses, supervising students or other course related activities.
The position appointment is negotiable ranging from part time 75% to full time 100%. For example, a part-time, 75% nine-month faculty position may have effort allocation across teaching (25%), practice (30%), scholarship/research (10%), and service (10%) commensurate with the faculty track. The applicant will need a foundation in practice, teaching and scholarship. Candidates from various cultural backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply.
The college has a long-standing tradition of producing nursing leaders for practice, education and research. As a leader in nursing education, research and practice innovations, the UI College of Nursing has received national recognition by U.S. News & World Report, ranking four of its graduate programs among the best in the nation (in comparison to all public and private schools).
For more than a century, College of Nursing graduates have achieved distinguished careers as scholars, educators, practitioners, and nurse executives. At Iowa, we are committed to preparing future nurse leaders with the courage, creativity, and passion to use their skills and knowledge to improve the health of individuals and communities.
Application materials include a letter describing relevant experiences and interests; current curriculum vitae; and contact information for three references (contacted only with permission).
The college is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in achieving our education, research, service, and practice missions, as demonstrated through our Pillars of Diversity.
For more information:
Mary Dirks, DNP, RN, ARNP, CPNP-PC, FAANP
Professor (Clinical) and Assistant Dean for Graduate Practice Programs
With over 31,000 students, the University of Iowa is one of the nation's top public research universities, a member of the Big Ten conference and the Association of American Universities. The University of Iowa is composed of eleven colleges and is known around the world for its balanced commitment to the arts, sciences, and humanities. It is home to one of the nation's largest academic medical centers and the pioneering Iowa Writers' Workshop. The University of Iowa promotes work/life integration and is located in the casual yet cosmopolitan environment of Iowa City, widely recognized as one of the country's most livable communities.