Careers at WSU
Academic Director of Nursing – WSU Tri-Cities
The Director reports jointly to the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs on the WSU Tri-Cities campus and the Dean of the College of Nursing. This position serves an important role with respect to students, faculty, and the community. In the role of leader, the Director fosters conditions and relationships with a focus on student success. WSU Tri-Cities faculty members fulfill teaching, research, and service responsibilities on the campus. The Director’s career success depends on nurturing and encouraging a climate that supports these three pillars. The Director provides mentorship and advances faculty needs and interests on a daily basis. WSU Tri-Cities is invested in our local community and the Director serves as a leader on the campus and in its academic mission.
Washington State University College of Nursing, Spokane, Washington is seeking exceptional faculty applicants to contribute to our established research strengths in 1) Behavioral Health; 2) Community and Public Health; 3) Educational Innovations and Outcomes; 4) Patient Care, Quality and Safety.
The faculty member will be responsible for: 1) contributing to the College’s research mission by building new and/or complementing existing research teams, 2) maintaining an ongoing, extramurally-funded program of research, 3) publishing and presenting research findings nationally and internationally, 4) teaching undergraduate, master’s and/or doctoral students, 5) advising undergraduate and graduate students, 6) serving on master’s and doctoral committees, and 7) providing service to the university, community and profession of nursing.
Salary, rank and tenure status are dependent upon experience and qualifications.
Clinical Professor of Nursing (Open Rank) – Tri-Cities
Washington State University Tri-Cities is seeking exceptional Doctorate-level educated applicants – prepared as Family Nurse Practitioners, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners, and Clinical Nurse Leaders – to fill four (4) vacant faculty positions in the College of Nursing and contribute to our pre-licensure baccalaureate program, RN to BSN program, master of nursing (MN) and post-master’s certificate program, as well as the doctor of nursing practice (DNP) program. Clinical Faculty members will be responsible for teaching undergraduate and/or graduate students, serving on master’s thesis/clinical project committees, advising undergraduate and/or graduate students, participating in clinical scholarship, and providing service to the university, community and profession of nursing.
Instructors – Tri-Cities
Washington State University College of Nursing is currently recruiting for caring, committed Master’s-level educated nurses to work as Instructors in the nursing program on the Tri-Cities campus. The College of Nursing is seeking candidates with clinical experience in Acute Care, Long-Term Care, Pediatrics, Mother/Baby, or Psychiatric/Mental Health to fill four (4) vacant positions. The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to the service and research missions of the College of Nursing.
There are four (4) vacancies available ranging from half-time to full-time appointments.
No openings at this time.