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Overview

Join the Johns Hopkins community as an academic leader at the School of Nursing. Our faculty members are committed to excellence in research, teaching, practice, and service, and are recognized nationally and internationally as experts in their disciplines.

The School is top ranked for its nursing graduate program and for its DNP program by U.S. News & World Report and is among the top nursing PhD programs in the nation, according to the National Research Council. We are also top ranked among nursing schools for NIH funding and 42.8% of our ranked faculty members are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.

Current Openings

Associate Dean for Simulation and Immersive Learning

The Associate Dean for Simulation and Immersive Learning directs the activities of the Center for Simulation and Immersive Learning at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.In collaboration with Program Directors/Associate Directors and faculty, will provide leadership across various immersive activities, including simulation and extended realities, such as virtual, augmented, and mixed realities, and the application of innovative technology for teaching, learning, and simulation-based research across programs.

This position reports to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and will collaborate closely with the school’s teaching and research operations and external stakeholders. This position directly oversees all Simulation and Immersive Learning faculty and staff. The Associate Dean for Simulation and Immersive Learning will maintain a high level of knowledge of current learning trends in simulation, including associated standards of best practice, technology, and experiential learning for the needs of the JHSON. This position will work with stakeholders across the university to foster collaboration in simulation and immersive learning

Full-time Clinical Instructor – Adult Health

The Clinical Instructor has responsibility for teaching primarily in the clinical and laboratory settings and also in the classroom; incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities and maintains a commitment to serving the School of Nursing (SON). Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any additional compliance requirements of the institutions where clinical teaching is assigned including but not limited to a background check, documentation of vaccinations and titers, and required training. Starting salary is dependent on years of demonstrated teaching experience, degree, and the evaluation of the program director.

This role requires demonstrated knowledge, competence, and experience in a specialty area of practice as a direct care provider and clinical educator. The role requires excellent organizational, written, and oral interpersonal communication skills.  This position reports to the Clinical Coordinator for the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program.

Full-Time Ranked Faculty, Practice-Education Track (non-tenure), Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)

Description

Join the Johns Hopkins community as an academic leader at the School of Nursing. Our faculty members are committed to excellence in scholarship, teaching, practice, and service, and they are recognized nationally and internationally as experts in their disciplines.

Scholarship is embedded in all elements of the role of full-time faculty members.

Scholarship (Every faculty member will)

  • Have a focused area of scholarly activity, i.e., research, development of evidence-based guidelines, etc.
  • Publish and present in this area annually
  • Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., research/practice grants)

Professional Practice (Every faculty member will)

  • Maintain knowledge and skills in areas of clinical expertise (direct care, coordinator of care, health policy, consultation
  • Maintain advanced certification in area of expertise
  • Maintain a defined practice
  • Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., salary support)

Teaching (Every faculty member will)

  • Teach every semester during the academic year (summer, fall, spring)
  • Advise students (i.e., guide and/or encourage scholarship)
  • Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., training grants, new students, lecturers)

Academic/ Community Service (Every faculty member will)

  • Serve as a member or leader of SON committees, University committees, and/or hospital/agency committees
  • Participate in the Faculty Assembly
  • Participate in the Faculty Mentoring Plan
  • Participate actively in University and SON functions (i.e., commencement, induction ceremonies, open houses, career day, and recruitment activities)
  • Participate actively in professional organizations (i.e., Sigma Theta Tau, ANA, NLN, and specialty groups).
  • Participate actively in community groups whose mission relates directly to that of the School of Nursing
  • Bring resources into the School of Nursing (i.e., use community and Professional networking to bring potential donors into the Development Office)

Qualifications

DNP or PhD in Nursing or a related field, Maryland Nursing License. Maryland Certification as a Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse Specialist is required for advanced practice.

You will be expected to meet all the responsibilities of the School of Nursing faculty. With respect to the courses to which you are assigned to teach, you will be expected to prepare for and be present at all clinical or classroom instructional activities and at all scheduled class meeting times, on-site immersions, and at all meetings relating to the courses you are assigned to teach (e.g.: LMS training, orientation, course and clinical preparation meetings).

You are also required to be licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Maryland. Failure to meet these expectations will be a factor in reappointment decisions. Experience working with a diverse faculty, student, and staff community is encouraged.

Full-Time Ranked Faculty, Practice-Education Track (non-tenure), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Join the Johns Hopkins community as an academic leader at the School of Nursing. Our faculty members are committed to excellence in research, teaching, practice, and service, and they are recognized nationally and internationally as experts in their disciplines.

Scholarship is imbedded in all elements of the role of full time faculty members: research, practice, and teaching.

Part Time Faculty – DNP Nurse Anesthesia Program

A Casual/ Part-time Faculty member for the DNP Nurse Anesthesia Program has responsibility for teaching anesthesia-specific content and course management of designated coursework in the plan of study.  All teaching should incorporate evidence-based practice principles into content taught. The role requires demonstrated knowledge, competence, and experience in the nurse anesthesia specialty for at least one year of providing direct patient care as a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA).  Experience as a didactic instructor preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written, and oral interpersonal communication skills.  Applicants must complete the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching prior to hiring.  The Part-time Faculty member reports to the Program Director of the DNP Program Nurse Anesthesia Track.

Lecturer – Simulation Instructor for the DNP Nurse Anesthesia Track

The Simulation Instructor has responsibility for teaching in the simulation laboratory setting and incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities. Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any required training.  The role requires demonstrated knowledge, competence, and experience in the nurse anesthesia specialty for at least one year of providing direct patient care as a certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA).  Experience as a clinical educator is preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written, and oral interpersonal communication skills.  The Simulation Instructor reports to the Course Coordinator when leading simulation activities and ultimately reports to the Program Director of the DNP Program Nurse Anesthesia Track.

Casual Faculty – Clinical/Laboratory Instructor for the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program-Public Health

The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor has responsibility for teaching primarily in the clinical and laboratory settings and incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities. Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any additional compliance requirements of the institutions where clinical teaching is assigned including but not limited to a background check, documentation of vaccinations and titers, and required training.

The role requires two years of providing direct patient care as an RN or advanced practice nurse in a clinical area that provides relevant experience where the applicant seeks to provide clinical instruction. Master’s degree or DNP degree required.

Experience as a clinical educator is preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written and oral interpersonal communication skills.  The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor reports to the Clinical Course Coordinator or Laboratory Course Coordinator when leading a clinical or laboratory group and ultimately reports to the Clinical Coordinator of the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program.

Casual Faculty – Clinical/Laboratory Instructor for the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program – Child Health

The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor has responsibility for teaching primarily in the clinical and laboratory settings and incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities. Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any additional compliance requirements of the institutions where clinical teaching is assigned including but not limited to a background check, documentation of vaccinations and titers, and required training.

The role requires two years of providing direct patient care as an RN or advanced practice nurse in a clinical area that provides relevant experience where the applicant seeks to provide clinical instruction. Master’s degree or DNP degree required.

Experience as a clinical educator is preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written and oral interpersonal communication skills.  The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor reports to the Clinical Course Coordinator or Laboratory Course Coordinator when leading a clinical or laboratory group and ultimately reports to the Clinical Coordinator of the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program.

Casual Faculty – Clinical/Laboratory Instructor for the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program – Maternal Child Health

The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor has responsibility for teaching primarily in the clinical and laboratory settings and incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities. Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any additional compliance requirements of the institutions where clinical teaching is assigned including but not limited to a background check, documentation of vaccinations and titers, and required training.

The role requires two years of providing direct patient care as an RN or advanced practice nurse in a clinical area that provides relevant experience where the applicant seeks to provide clinical instruction. Master’s degree or DNP degree required.

Experience as a clinical educator is preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written and oral interpersonal communication skills.  The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor reports to the Clinical Course Coordinator or Laboratory Course Coordinator when leading a clinical or laboratory group and ultimately reports to the Clinical Coordinator of the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program.

Casual Faculty – Clinical/Laboratory Instructor for the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program – Mental Health

The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor has responsibility for teaching primarily in the clinical and laboratory settings and incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities. Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any additional compliance requirements of the institutions where clinical teaching is assigned including but not limited to a background check, documentation of vaccinations and titers, and required training.

The role requires two years of providing direct patient care as an RN or advanced practice nurse in a clinical area that provides relevant experience where the applicant seeks to provide clinical instruction. Master’s degree or DNP degree required.

Experience as a clinical educator is preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written and oral interpersonal communication skills.  The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor reports to the Clinical Course Coordinator or Laboratory Course Coordinator when leading a clinical or laboratory group and ultimately reports to the Clinical Coordinator of the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program.

Casual Faculty – Clinical/Laboratory Instructor for the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program – Adult Health

The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor has responsibility for teaching primarily in the clinical and laboratory settings and incorporates evidence-based practice into teaching activities. Applicants must have completed the SON compliance requirements for faculty teaching in the clinical setting and any additional compliance requirements of the institutions where clinical teaching is assigned including but not limited to a background check, documentation of vaccinations and titers, and required training.

The role requires two years of providing direct patient care as an RN or advanced practice nurse in a clinical area that provides relevant experience where the applicant seeks to provide clinical instruction. Master’s degree or DNP degree required.

Experience as a clinical educator is preferred. The role requires excellent organizational, written and oral interpersonal communication skills.  The Clinical/Laboratory Instructor reports to the Clinical Course Coordinator or Laboratory Course Coordinator when leading a clinical or laboratory group and ultimately reports to the Clinical Coordinator of the MSN (Entry into Nursing) Program.


Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to recruiting, supporting, and fostering a diverse community of outstanding faculty, staff, and students. All applicants who share this goal are encouraged to apply.