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Idaho State University

College of Nursing

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Faculty Openings

For a complete listing of opportunities at the College of Nursing (CON), please see the Idaho State University - Human Resources website Employment at ISU.

Job/Position Title: Dean, College of Nursing (3718)

Primary Purpose: The Dean is responsible for external and internal leadership and management with the College of Nursing. The Dean is the academic and operational leader of the College and has oversight for strategic planning, budgeting, development, enhancement initiatives, assuring external funding to support growth of the College, faculty development, accreditation and professional standards. The Dean is responsible for day-to-day management of faculty, staff and students, and for creating innovative opportunities to assure the development and progression of student educational experiences. The Dean will work to enhance scholarship, ensure student satisfaction, provide collaborative leadership to faculty and staff, and promote the College through enhancement of external partnerships.

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Job/Position Title: Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor, Psychopharmacology NP (1997)

Primary Purpose: Coordinate the participation of the College of Nursing in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology (RxP) program at ISU. Contribute to the teaching, scholarship and service expectations of a faculty role with primary emphasis on  supporting the MS in Clinical Psychopharmacology (RxP) program, interprofessional opportunities, and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner [PMHNP] program in the College of Nursing.  

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Job/Position Title: Adjunct Clinical Faculty, College of Nursing

Primary Purpose: The Adjunct Clinical Faculty member is responsible for providing instruction, supervising, and evaluating student performance in these various clinical settings throughout the state of Idaho. Clinical instruction consists of supervising a group of nursing students completing their clinical rotations in laboratory, hospital, extended care, and/or home health settings.

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