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Thank you for your interest in the employment opportunities available at the Rutgers School of Nursing. We provide unique opportunities within one of the nation’s top Nursing Schools.

Open Faculty Positions

  • Associate Dean, Advanced Nursing Practice

    Posting: 17FA1242

    The Associate Dean, Advanced Nursing Practice provides the academic and administrative leadership for the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) academic programs.

    The Associate Dean, Advanced Nursing Practice reports to the Executive Vice Dean and is directly responsible for the control, planning, development and implementation of the DNP and MSN programs. Primary responsibilities include curricular and faculty excellence, faculty recruitment and retention, resource allocation, and student outcomes.

    To Apply: View full position description and online application

  • Clinical Learning Facilitator

    Posting: 17FA1257

    Reporting to the Director of the Center for Clinical Learning at Rutgers School of Nursing, the Clinical Learning Facilitator is responsible for implementing a program of clinical learning experiences designed to assist students in the School of Nursing to successfully complete program requirements. If eligible for a faculty rank, the Clinical Learning Facilitator will be assigned to an academic division as appropriate to background and experience. This position has a full-time work week expectation in the Center for Clinical Learning with students across academic program levels.

    To Apply: View full position description and online application

  • Family Nurse Practitioner or Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Faculty

    The School of Nursing at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey provides unique opportunities in teaching, scholarship, clinical practice, and multidisciplinary collaboration within a world-class research university.  

    Innovative academic offerings include bachelor's, master's, post-master’s, DNP and PhD programs that are preparing nurse leaders of today and tomorrow at campus locations in Newark, New Brunswick, and Blackwood, NJ.

    The selected Family Nurse Practitioner or Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner will join our Advanced Practice Nursing Education Division. The position will be based in Newark, NJ. Rank, track, and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and overall accomplishments.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Doctoral degree required or current enrollment in a doctoral program.
    • Current licensure or eligibility for RN licensure in New Jersey.
    • Certified for advance practice in New Jersey.
    • National certification and current clinical experience as Family or Adult Gerontology NP.
    • Strong teaching background.

    Additional Qualifications:
    Candidates with experience teaching pharmacology, pathophysiology, and data management will be given priority. Preference will also be given to candidates who demonstrate scholarship (e.g., publications, national presentations, grant funding), and active participation in community and/or professional organizations.

    To Apply: Please visit the Rutgers Employment website

    Applicants who are invited for an interview will be requested to submit two letters of recommendation.

    Download Job Description (pdf)

     

  • Maternal Child Health/Rank-Associate or Full Professor

    Posting # 16FA1066

    The School of Nursing is one of eight schools that make up the Rutgers biomedical and Health Sciences. As part of the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences division, the School of Nursing (Newark) offers unique opportunities in education, research, and practice at a leading national research university which is the state’s preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education.

    We are recruiting for an individual with expertise in maternal child health, with specialty focus in the areas of childhood trauma and emotional and bio-behavioral risks related to abuse and neglect, and the child welfare system.

    This is a calendar year position at the rank of Associate or full Professor with tenure. Salary and benefits appropriate for rank. The candidate must have a distinguished program of research in the broad area of maternal child health that has been widely disseminated in peer-reviewed, refereed journals and supported through significant extramural support.

    The successful candidate will join the FXB Center as its senior scientist. The FXB center is committed to improving the health of vulnerable women, children, youth, and families–including those infected and affected by HIV– and to building capacity in the communities and systems that serve them. Its mission is to eliminate barriers to interdisciplinary, client-centered, equitable, high-quality health care for those at greatest risk for socially-determined health vulnerabilities. With $36 million in annual grant funding and approximately 350 staff, the FXB Center has a 30 year track record of successfully competing for sponsored programs from the City of Newark, State of New Jersey, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and Health Resources and Services Administration. FXB Center emphasizes collaboration, leadership, and innovation in developing solutions through the creation of effective programs that benefit individuals, families and communities, and society as a whole.

    The Child Health Program and Child and Family Nurse Program are collaborative projects of the FXB Center and the New Jersey State Division of Child Protection and Permanency. FXB developed and implemented these innovative programs, the core of which is a workforce of 250 nurses. These programs provide community-based, pediatric nursing case management services to DCPP district and regional offices and the children in their care across the state of New Jersey. Since 2007, the CHP has provided nursing services to more than 50,000 vulnerable, at-risk children in foster care. The successful candidate will provide rigorous outcome evaluation of this large, community-based clinical service.

    View full position description and online application

  • Med/Surg Faculty

    Posting # 16FA1226

    Reports to:         
    Associate Dean, Entry to Baccalaureate Nursing Practice

    The School of Nursing is one of eight schools that make up the Rutgers biomedical and Health Sciences. As part of the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences division, the School of Nursing (Newark) offers unique opportunities in education, research, and practice at a leading national research university which is the state’s preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education.

    Innovative academic offerings include bachelor’s, master’s, post-master’s, DNP and PhD programs that are preparing nurse leaders of today and tomorrow at campus locations in Newark, New Brunswick, and Blackwood, NJ.

    School of Nursing provides unparalleled opportunities in teaching, scholarship, clinical practice and multidisciplinary collaboration. Innovative academic offerings include bachelors, masters, post-master and doctoral degree programs that are preparing nurse leaders of today and tomorrow.

    Reporting to the Division Dean of Entry to Baccalaureate Practice, the successful faculty member in Medical Surgical Nursing, will teach and mentor students in clinical and classroom settings, advise students, collaborate with nursing colleagues and colleagues from other disciplines, maintain active involvement in professional organizations, maintain scholarship in their field, and participate in School of Nursing faculty governance.

    Qualifications: (1) Doctoral degree required or current enrollment in a doctoral program, (2) Specialty expertise in nursing or nursing education preferred,(3) teaching experience with nursing students (4) demonstrated excellence in teaching.

    Applicants should submit a letter of intention with the current vitae. Furthermore, applicants who are invited for an interview will be requested to submit two letters of recommendation.

    View full position description and online application

  • Nursing Informatics Faculty

    Posting # 17FA1154

    Candidates should be able to teach and produce intellectual contributions in Nursing and Health Care Informatics graduate courses such as Nursing Systems Developmental Lifecycle, Informatics Project and Change Management, and Database Design, Development, and Applications and at least one of the following areas: systems analysis and design, data integration and systems interoperability, clinical decision support, consumer informatics, documentation and transmission standards, or information security. Student advising; graduate project and thesis supervision; intellectual contributions leading to publication in high quality journals; and service are required. The position is primarily in the graduate program but the candidate will be expected to teach courses across the curriculum.

    View full position description and online application

  • Part-Time Lecturer/ Adjunct Faculty Positions (Newark & New Brunswick)

    The School of Nursing at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey provides unique opportunities in teaching, scholarship, clinical practice, and multidisciplinary collaboration within a world-class research university. Innovative academic offerings include bachelor's, master's, post-master’s, DNP and PhD programs that are preparing nurse leaders of today and tomorrow at campus locations in Newark, New Brunswick, and Blackwood, NJ.

    We are seeking part time/adjunct faculty to teach in our undergraduate nursing program. We are seeking faculty qualified to teach these nursing subjects:

    • Medical-Surgical Nursing
    • Pediatric Nursing
    • Community Nursing
    • Maternity Nursing

     

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum master’s degree in Nursing.
    • Doctoral Degree in Nursing or related discipline, preferred.
    • Current licensure or eligibility for RN licensure in New Jersey.
    • Teaching experience with nursing students preferred.

     

    To Apply: Please email a Letter of Interest and current CV or resume to:

    Johanna Stephenson, MLER
    Director, Faculty and Staff Resources
    sn_faculty@sn.rutgers.edu
    Please indicate the job title in the subject line of your emails.

    Applicants who are invited for an interview will be requested to submit two letters of recommendation.

  • Part-Time Lecturer/ Adjunct Faculty Positions (South Jersey)

    The School of Nursing at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey provides unique opportunities in teaching, scholarship, clinical practice, and multidisciplinary collaboration within a world-class research university. Innovative academic offerings include bachelor's, master's, post-master’s, DNP and PhD programs that are preparing nurse leaders of today and tomorrow at campus locations in Newark, New Brunswick, and Blackwood, NJ.

    We are seeking part time/adjunct faculty to teach in our undergraduate nursing program located in Blackwood (southern NJ). We are seeking faculty qualified to teach these nursing subjects:

    • Fundamentals
    • Medical/Surgical
    • Gerontology
    • Pediatrics
    • Mental Health
    • Community Health

     

    Qualifications:

    • Minimum master’s degree in Nursing.
    • Doctoral Degree in Nursing or related discipline, preferred.
    • Current licensure or eligibility for RN licensure in New Jersey.
    • Teaching experience with nursing students preferred.

     

    To Apply: Please email a Letter of Interest and current CV or resume to:

    Dr. Catherine Morse
    morsec1@sn.rutgers.edu
    Please indicate the job title in the subject line of your emails.

    Applicants who are invited for an interview will be requested to submit two letters of recommendation.

    Download Job Description (pdf)

  • Senior Faculty (2 vacancies)

    We invite inquiries, nominations and applications for 2 tenure-track or tenured faculty member with an established program of NIH-funded research. These individuals will become valued faculty members of the Division of Nursing Science. The positions will be based primarily in Newark, NJ. We offer highly competitive salaries and benefits; start-up packages are available.

    Successful candidates will demonstrate the expertise and commitment to advance nursing education and nursing science through research, teaching excellence, advisement of PhD students, and mentorship of faculty colleagues. We are seeking visionary leaders who will make solid contributions to the academic life of the faculty.

    Qualifications:

    • The responsibilities of the NIH-funded faculty member include teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, community service, research and publication, and participation in community activities as negotiated with the Dean or his designee.
    • Applicants should have a focused program of scholarship in a patient care specialty area.
    • PHD/DNP required or related doctoral degree
    • RN preferred

    View full position description and online application

  • Vice Dean for Research

    As one of the nation’s largest, most comprehensive nursing schools with four locations, the School of Nursing has a considerable amount of momentum and is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in education, research, evidence-based health care delivery, and the promotion of community health. There is a strong commitment and interest to build the research enterprise in a strategic and thoughtful manner, to strengthen (the six current centers and institutes) and to create new and distinct centers of excellence, and to grow research expenditures (currently $46.9 million in FY2017) with an emphasis on federal grants.

    In light of its ambitions and aspirations, the School of Nursing seeks a funded-investigator with a track record with federal grants who prizes collaboration, transparency, mentorship, and teamwork to envision and to implement a research agenda that leverages the School’s signature areas and capitalizes on the research activities across RBHS to assume the position of Vice Dean of Research (Vice Dean). Reporting to the Dean, the new Vice Dean must demonstrate a passion for mentoring faculty and doctoral students, for empowering staff in the Office of Research, and for harnessing the intellectual currency of the School.

    View full position description and online application


Open Staff Positions

Program Manager for Rutgers Nursing Faculty Practice

The Program Manager for Rutgers Nursing Faculty Practice has primary responsibility for the day to day clinical office operations for Rutgers Nursing Faculty Practice. The Program Manager must be detail oriented and customer focused, with a strong knowledge of managed care. Has extensive knowledge of all facets of practice management, able to complete all credentialing, billing, and coding in a timely and efficient manner. Oversight and management of practice financials to ensure solvency, coupled with strong written and verbal communication skills to maintain stability and foster integrated cooperation between staff and community.
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Coordinator Clinical Services for Rutgers Community Health Center (Per Diem)

The Coordinator, Clinical Services will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Mobile Health Van.

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Additional Staff Positions

Please note that Rutgers Employment Opportunities is the University’s comprehensive jobs website for staff opportunities across all Rutgers campus locations. All staff applications must be submitted online and only during the dates the position is posted. To find staff jobs at the School of Nursing, please follow the steps below:

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  3. Click the “Search” button

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Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, age, or any other category covered by law in its admission, programs, activities, or employment matters. The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Judy Ryan, Universitywide Title IX Coordinator, Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics, and Compliance (732-235-5304, judy.ryan@rutgers.edu); and Lisa Grosskreutz, Director, Office of Employment Equity, University Human Resources (848-932-3980, lisa.grosskreutz@rutgers.edu). For further information on the notice of nondiscrimination, you may contact the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, at 646-428-3900 or OCR.NewYork@ed.gov

 

 

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