Tenure Track Faculty Position

The Yale University School of Nursing (http://nursing.yale.edu) invites applications from (and nominations of) highly qualified candidates for tenure track faculty.

The mission of Yale School of Nursing is “better health for all people.”  Yale School of Nursing has long been an innovator and leader in education, practice and research.  We were the first U.S. university-based nursing program and a leader in direct entry nursing for second-degree candidates.  Our graduate entry pre-specialty in nursing (GEPN), nurse practitioner midwifery, DNP, and PhD programs are world class and draw top quality students from around the globe.  Faculty research covers a wide array of topics.  We are national leaders in self-management with patients and families with chronic health conditions, palliative care, sleep science, health promotion, omics and other innovative research areas.  YSN scientists collaborate with colleagues across Yale, including the Center for Clinical Investigation supported by a Clinical and Translational Science Award, the Schools of Public Health and Medicine, the Veteran’s Health Administration, and community agencies among others.

Faculty members in the Yale School of Nursing contribute to the tripartite mission of practice, scholarship, and teaching.  We are seeking faculty members with academic experience, productive programs of science, and commitment to better health for all people through quality advanced practice and doctoral level nursing education. Join us to contribute to Yale’s pioneering pedagogy, science for impact, and clinical innovation.

Screening of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the positions are filled.  Interested candidates should apply, online, by submitting curriculum vita and cover letter describing their qualifications: http://apply.interfolio.com/45972

All application materials and correspondence will be kept confidential.

Yale University School of Nursing is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

Men, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, persons of all gender identities and secual orientations, and members of underrepresented ethnic and racial groups are encouraged to apply.