Professor-Fixed Term

Location
MI
Posted
May 11, 2017
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Working/Functional Title

Assist/Assoc/Full Professor

Position Summary 

Michigan State University College of Nursing invites applications for the position of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program Director. This is an annual year, fixed term faculty position.


The program director is a member of the full time faculty in the College of Nursing and is responsible for providing leadership regarding the overall planning, implementation, recruitment, evaluation and revision of the master’s and doctoral curriculum.  The program director works closely with College administration including the Office of Student Support Service Advisors to achieve this mission.  This position will serve as a liaison between clinical facilities and the College of Nursing for student experiences and securing appropriate clinical sites as well as serves in a role as a faculty mentor.

Required Degree

Doctorate - in Nursing or related field

Minimum Requirements

DNP or PhD in nursing or related field; National certification as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (or eligible); Unrestricted RN license without probationary status (or eligible); Comprehensive knowledge and experience in specialty area; and previous teaching experience.

Desired Qualifications

Baccalaureate and higher education teaching experience and previous administrative experience is desired.

Required Application Materials

Curriculum Vitae, letter of interest and list of three references. 

Special Instructions

Review of application will begin May 25, 2017.  Please address your letter of interest, curriculum vitae and list of three references to the College of Nursing Dean's Office.

Summary of Health Risks

Exposure to human blood, serum, tissue and other body fluids; and materials covered under Universal Precautions.

TB risk or work within 3 feet of human patients in a health care setting or have potential exposure to animals or to specimens with Mycobacterium.