Questions should to be referred to Kathleen Z. Wisser, Dean [email protected] Only complete applications submitted through theportal will be considered. This open nursing faculty position prepares current and futureprofessional registered nurses to practice in a complex health careenvironment. The School of Nursing desires candidates withclinical specializations in adult health, community health,and psychiatric mental health primarily teaching studentsin the pre-licensure program. Candidates will articulate acommitment to teaching undergraduate students, primarily in thetraditional and accelerated second-degree BSN program. Positionsbegin fall 2021.The School of Nursing at Notre Dame of Maryland University is knownfor comprehensive education and preparation, and focus on sharing acaring, authentic presence with others. Advocacy, power-with ratherthan power-over persons, and building trusting relationships withpersons and groups in diverse settings are cornerstones in theSchool of Nursing. Inspired by the longstanding commitment of thefounding School Sisters of Notre Dame to the underserved, theSchool of Nursing works to improve the health of the Baltimoremetropolitan area’s most vulnerable residents through outreach andservice.QualificationsQualified candidates will be prepared at the doctoral level, with aPhD preferred. Candidates with a Doctor of Nursing Practice areencouraged to apply. A Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) with aclinical specialization in adult health, community health, and/orpsychiatric mental health is required. MSN candidates with clinicalexperience and expertise will be considered with the expectationfor enrollment in a doctoral program of study within one year ofhire and program completion within five years of hire. Candidateswith prior teaching experience at the collegiate level arepreferred. Active and unencumbered RN license in Maryland orcompact state required.Additional Information: Non-Discrimination PolicyNotre Dame of Maryland University does not discriminate in itseducational programs, activities or employment on the basis ofrace, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, sex, disabilityor age. The following person has been designated to handleinquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy: Vice Presidentfor Student Life, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 NorthCharles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210, 410-532-5308. For all otheremployment inquiries, please contact Human Resources at410-532-5898 or [email protected] Dame of Maryland University is an EEO/AA employer.Application Instructions:For consideration, applicants will submit the followingdocuments: A cover letter briefly describing reason(s) for applying forthis position, as well as teaching experience, and current and/orfuture research interests.Curriculum vitae that includes contact information for three(3) professional references. References will be contacted only withthe candidate’s permission.Statement of teaching philosophy.
Company Description:Founded in 1919, AUC moved to a new 270-acre state-of-the-artcampus in New Cairo in 2008. The University also operates in itshistoric downtown facilities, offering cultural events, graduateclasses, and continuing education. Student housing is available inNew Cairo. Among the premier universities in the region, AUC isMiddle States accredited; its Engineering programs are accreditedby ABET, its Chemistry program is accredited by the CanadianSociety for Chemistry, and the School of Business is accredited byAACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, and the Master of Public Administration andthe Master of Public Policy programs of GAPP are accredited by theNetwork of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration(NASPAA), EAPAA and ICAPA. The AUC Libraries contain the largestEnglish-language research collection in the region and are anactive and integral part of the University’s pursuit of excellencein all academic and scholarly programs. AUC is an English-mediuminstitution. Faculty salary and rank are based on qualificationsand professional experience. According to AUC policies andprocedures, faculty are entitled to generous benefits.Job Description:The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy invitesapplications for a full-time faculty positions at the rank ofassistant professor for four years at the Department of PublicPolicy and Administration. Successful candidates are expected toteach courses on quantitative data analysis for public policy, bigdata, program evaluation, public policy analysis andimplementation, foundational skills and/or theories in publicpolicy.The ideal candidate will have a strong commitment to teachingexcellence, with experience in student-focused pedagogy andexperiential learning. Candidates are also expected to have solidscholarly potential and a demonstrated commitment to theUniversity’s mission and values. Evidence of an active researchagenda and teaching effectiveness is required.Requirements:PhD in public policy or a relevant discipline preferably from auniversity in the United States or Western European university,with a record of publications, previous experience in teaching,and/or program management experience.Additional Information:Review of applications will begin immediately and continue untila suitable candidate is identified.For questions about the position, contact Dr. Ghada Barsoum,chair of the search committee:[email protected] Instructions:All applicants must submit the following documents online atwww.aucegypt.edu via the “employment” link:(a) cover letter, (b) current CV, (c) statements of research andteaching, (d) sample of current research, (e) evidence of teachingeffectiveness, (f) completed AUC Personnel Information Form (PIF)and (g) three names of reference throughwww.aucegypt.edu/about/jobs/faculty-vacancies.PI134898476