Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor

Augusta University
Augusta University

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Position Type
Assistant Professor
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
Job Title: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor/Professor
Location: Augusta University
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 224806

About Us The College of Nursing at Augusta University is the state's flagship nursing program, enrolling more than 1000 students on two campuses and at numerous academic-practice partner sites. The College of Nursing, an integral component of the University System of Georgia is part of the state's only publicly funded comprehensive academic health science center including schools of medicine, dentistry, and allied health sciences. The College of Nursing is adjacent to Augusta University Medical Center, Children's Hospital of Georgia, Georgia Cancer Center, and the Veterans Administration Medical Center, providing ample opportunity for clinically relevant bench and translational research. Additionally, the college has a thriving Nurse Managed Health Center, affording additional research opportunities focused on primary care, telehealth, and behavioral health. The college offers the full degree spectrum including BSN, MSN, DNP, and PhD programs. College of Nursing faculty members enjoy:
    joining a college that has an impressive history of academic excellence, leadership, and innovationworking with nursing faculty who are leaders in their fieldsengaging in scholarly interactions and teaching with a range of health care professionalscharting your own growth with access to resources to advance your professional goal
Center for Nursing Research (CNR)

Faculty researchers at AU CON benefit from the Center for Nursing Research (CNR) which advances the College of Nursing research and scholarship mission by facilitating faculty and student efforts to obtain external funding to support research, educational, and service demonstration projects. The CNR team coordinates student and faculty access to a wide range of support services within the College of Nursing and Augusta University. AU CON research faculty as well benefit from well-established departmental support and oversite including Behavioral Nursing and Physiological and Technical Nursing.

The Center for Nursing Research (CNR) seminars and workshops focus on research works-in-progress, completed research, research-related topics, and engaged scholarship. Presenters include College of Nursing and other Augusta University faculty as well as guest speakers. CNR Workshops may be designed for a specific audience. However, CNR Seminars are open to all AU faculty, staff, and students as well as AUMC employees.

Community Advisory Board

The College of Nursing established the Community Advisory Board (CAB) in 2003 with the mission “to promote mutual understanding and cooperation in working toward improved health for community members.” The board has a special focus on health disparities and advises university-wide researchers on matters of interest to the broader community.

Recruitment of CAB members emphasizes diverse ethnic and economic perspectives. The CAB is comprised of volunteer members who live and work in the Central Savannah River Area. They are community lay people, leaders, pastors, valued community health workers and interested professionals.


The CAB is an essential partner in facilitating effective community engagement and achieving Augusta University’s broad research mission. Through bi-monthly meetings CAB members facilitate community-based research by providing guidance, feedback and endorsement of planned projects. As well-informed advisors, CAB members routinely provide their views and opinions regarding proposed community-based projects and often influence decisions that impact the broader community.

Diversity, Inclusion and Sustainability in Nursing Education Lectureship Award

The College of Nursing at Augusta University was awarded the Diversity, Inclusion, and Sustainability in Nursing Education Lectureship Award at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s 2021 Diversity Symposium. To win, AACN members must demonstrate an organizational culture committed to diversity, inclusion, cultural humility, and community outreach; recruitment, development and retention of individuals from all populations; development and implementation of effective diversity initiatives that foster a more inclusive and equitable learning environment; and advocacy for diversity, equity and inclusion at the interpersonal, unit and institutional level.

The College of Nursing’s diversity endeavors began in 2006 when an aggressive strategic plan was written to cultivate and sustain a more diverse, equitable and inclusive college. These efforts included celebrating diversity as a strength of the college and recruiting and retaining a talented and diverse student body and workforce.

During the last 15 years, the college has received numerous grants to develop and encourage its diversity efforts, including from the Nursing Workforce Diversity Program and the Robert Wood Johnson New Careers in Nursing Scholarship Program. During this time the college implemented a holistic admission process that helped increase qualified applicants from diverse backgrounds, including ethnic and racial minorities, from 14% to 30%, and enrollment from diverse backgrounds from 15% to 35%.

In 2010, the college developed a diversity statement that asserts its beliefs, values and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusivity. The statement sets standards for faculty, staff and administrators, raises awareness of the need to promote DEI and communicates the CON’s commitment to advancing and sustaining DEI to all stakeholders, including campus-wide activities focused on diverse populations. This statement was updated in 2018 to align with AACN’s commitment with equity in addition to diversity and inclusion.

The college provides DEI opportunities for faculty, staff and students, including seminars, a diversity certificate program, faculty development, a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Committee and a monthly book club.

Preferred Qualifications
    Academic teaching experience in didactic and/or clinical instruction Funded program of researchComfort with technology-infused engaging pedagogical strategies including simulation and other active learning modalities. Evidence of contribution to the profession and recognition at the local, regional, or national level
Shift/Salary/Benefits Academic rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.We offer a competitive salary and benefits package with the added bonus of working in the attractive metropolitan areas of Augusta or Athens, Georgia. Reposted: 01/14/2022Other Information This position is also responsible for promoting a customer friendly environment and providing superior service to our patients, students, faculty, and employees. "Augusta University is a patient-and family-centered care institution, where employees partner everyday with patients and families for success." Augusta University is a tobacco free environment and the use of any tobacco products on any part of the campus, both inside and outside, is strictly prohibited.
Conditions of Employment All candidates are required to successfully pass a Background Check review. For specific positions, the final candidate may be subject to a (pre-employment) physical, drug screen, and/or credit check.

The final candidate will be required to provide proof of completed academic degree(s) as well as post-secondary coursework in the form of original transcript(s). Those candidates trained by a foreign institution will also be required to provide an educational/credential evaluation.Equal Employment Opportunity Augusta University is proud to be an equal opportunity employer welcoming applicants from underrepresented groups, including individuals with disabilities and veterans.

How To Apply

To be considered an applicant for this position you must apply online at

Please upload your Curriculum Vitae, Research Statement, Professional References, etc., as one document.

Job Information Job ID: 224806Position # 20006632 Augusta University (AU) is hiring 15-20 new faculty members for a transdisciplinary research initiative in Healthy Longevity entitled, Transdisciplinary Research cluster in Inflammaging and Brain Aging (TRIBA). The initiative is a cluster recruitment for interdisciplinary faculty positions across AU colleges, including the College of Nursing, to build upon existing AU strengths in Bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence, Precision Medicine, Personalized Nutraceuticals and Neuroscience to identify potential causes and adverse outcomes of age-related inflammation. Incoming CON faculty will work collaboratively with inflammaging research faculty colleagues at the Medical College of Georgia, School of Computer and Cyber Sciences, Dental College of Georgia, College of Allied Health Sciences and the College of Science and Mathematics.AU College of Nursing

The AU College of Nursing, as part of the TRIBA initiative, will hire faculty members with established and/or strong potential for extramural research programs focused on the chronic and progressive inflammatory response to such factors as stress, age, injury, acute or chronic illness, etc. The incoming faculty will join a robust team of 18 research-oriented nursing faculty colleagues at the College of Nursing which offers hallmark learning experiences, including

nationally ranked graduate and online programsstate-of-the-art facilitiesintegration of simulated learninginterprofessional collaboration across healthcare disciplinesa variety of service-learning experiencesopportunities to engage in cutting-edge researchApplicants for the faculty positions are expected to have significant postdoctoral experience, strong record of research accomplishment and demonstrated ability to develop extramurally funded, independent research programs.

Minimum Requirements
    PhD in Nursing Active license to practice nursing in the state of Georgia or meet all eligibility requirements to apply for a nursing license in the state of Georgia. Those seeking rank of Assistant Professor will bring research training and demonstrate high potential to secure extramural research funding. Higher academic ranks are available to candidates with demonstrated extramural funding, progressive program of research, and expert in their field.

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