Vanderbilt University School of Nursing seeks highly qualified faculty to teach in its MSN, DNP, and PhD in Nursing Science programs. Vanderbilt has a long history of a tri-partite mission of research, teaching, and practice and faculty are encouraged to expand their expertise in these areas.
Fields of study in the PhD program emphasize the broad areas of clinical and health services research.
The DNP program is a post-masters program focusing on clinical practice and/or systems practice.
Master degree programs include: Nurse-Midwifery, MSN in Healthcare Leadership, Nursing Informatics, and a variety of nurse practitioner specialties including Acute Care, Family, Neonatal, Adult, Gerontology, Pediatrics, Psychiatric-Mental Health, and Women’s Health.
Faculty must hold a master’s degree in nursing and a doctorate in nursing or related discipline with an active program of research or scholarship and practice is required. Minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply. All faculty positions are 12-month appointments and benefit packages are exceptional.
Applicants for faculty positions should initially submit a cover letter and resume or curriculum vitae to:
VUSN Faculty Recruitment
Vanderbilt University School of Nursing
Attn: Stacy Black
227 Godchaux Hall
461 21st Avenue South
Nashville, TN 37240-0008
Teaching in the DNP Program
- There are no opportunities at this time.
Teaching in the MSN Programs
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (Lifespan) – full-time position
A doctorate in nursing or related field; three years high-quality formal teaching experience in an advanced practice program; substantive advanced practice clinical experience with five years preferred; PMHNP (Lifespan) national board certification; an unencumbered license as a registered nurse and advanced practice nurse in Tennessee or eligibility to obtain licensure in Tennessee.
Family Nurse Practitioner - full-time position
A doctorate in nursing or related field; three years high-quality formal teaching experience in an advanced practice program; substantive advanced practice clinical experience with five years preferred; FNP national board certification; an unemcumbered license as a registered nurse and advanced practice nurse in Tennessee or eligibility to obtain licensure in Tennessee.
Teaching in the Pre-Licensure Program
Clinical Teaching position in Adult Health/Medical-Surgical Nursing and Psychiatric Mental Health
Minimum requirements include an MSN, 2 years clinical experience, and an unencumbered license as a registered nurse or elegibility to obtain licensure in Tennessee. Preferred qualifications include clinical teaching experience and a doctoral degree in nursing or related field.
- Doctorally prepared nurse researchers with active clinical and/or health services programs. Post-doctoral experience desirable. Beginning and senior level nurse scientists are encouraged to apply.