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The Indiana University School of Nursing looks for nursing professionals who are visionary leaders, committed educators, and innovative researchers. This is a dynamic place to further your career with opportunities to conduct research and grow as a professional.

We offer full-time tenure and clinical track faculty positions as well as research associate positions and postdoctoral fellowships. Both full- and part-time staff positions, as well as adjunct (part-time) faculty positions also are available at Indiana University School of Nursing.

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Open positions at the School of Nursing

The IUSON is one of the largest nursing schools in the nation that offers a full range of academic programs from BSN to DNP and PhD. As a core campus school located on three IU campuses (IU Bloomington, IUPUI, IU Fort Wayne), we are committed to diversity and community engagement supported by our mission and vision. We share a common curriculum, faculty governance, and staff council. Our campuses are dynamic and vibrant and recognized for excellence in civic engagement and community partnerships. IUSON is looking for scholars who will contribute to our commitment to engage the cities, state, nation, and beyond through teaching, research, and service, in consideration of the rich diversity of our campuses as we prepare our graduates to enter and lead in an increasingly complex world.

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Executive Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ( #22002 )

IUPUI

Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) is pleased to announce the search for the Executive Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (EAD DEI). The EAD DEI is the chief officer for diversity, equity, and inclusion for the IUSON, which includes campuses located at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), Indiana University Bloomington (IUB), and Indiana University School of Nursing Fort Wayne (IUSON-FW). The EAD DEI provides leadership to promote diversity, strategically plan for and oversee diversity, inclusion, and enhancement opportunities, and to assure cultural competence for our faculty, staff, and student body. The successful candidate will develop partnerships and build a plan to ensure that DEI activities align with the IUSON’s strategic plan. The EAD DEI reports to the Dean, is a member of the Executive Team of the school and participates in faculty governance as elected or appointed.

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Executive Associate Dean for Research ( #21008 )

IUPUI

Indiana University School of Nursing is pleased to announce the search for the Executive Associate Dean for Research (EADR). The EADR oversees all new strategic initiatives, academic program development, fundraising activities, and serves as the liaison to external funding sources for research. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating an atmosphere that builds faculty engagement and supports collaborative research and scholarship teams across the academic divisions of the university. The EADR supports and mentors the development of faculty scholarship and provides an ongoing analysis of the school’s grant portfolio, research agenda, scholarly activities, and external reputation.

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Mid-Career or Senior Tenure Track Faculty ( #22004 )

IUPUI

Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) seeks qualified candidates for a mid-career or senior tenure-track faculty (associate or full professor) position. This position offers an exciting opportunity for research and teaching in our academic programs. Service is also an expectation of this appointment.

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Postdoctoral Fellowship: Advanced Training In Self-Management Interventions For Serious Chronic Conditions

IUPUI

T32 NR018407

Indiana University School of Nursing offers postdoctoral fellowships for PhD-prepared nurses who wish to obtain additional research training to advance their career as a nurse scientist in areas related to self-management interventions for serious chronic conditions. This training program is funded through an institutional research training grant (T32) from the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR).

Through this training, fellows will be prepared to

  • develop and apply conceptual and theoretical frameworks to guide research on, and development of, self-management interventions to prevent and manage serious chronic conditions
  • conduct research using innovative designs, rigorous methods, and sophisticated analytics to advance the science of self-management
  • become leaders of interdisciplinary science teams and advocates of research and health policy to improve self-management and reduce the burden of serious chronic conditions.

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School of Nursing Staff Openings

Bloomington, Fort Wayne, IUPUI

The Indiana University School of Nursing seeks qualified individuals for a variety of staff positions across our Core campuses of IUPUI, IU Bloomington, and IU Fort Wayne. Each campus boasts its unique personality, vibrant campus, and opportunities beyond the School of Nursing to involvement at the campus level. Explore open job possibilities based on your position as a current IU employee or as an external candidate.

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Associate Dean, Fort Wayne campus School of Nursing ( #FW22002 )

Fort Wayne

Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) is seeking exceptional candidates for the position of Associate Dean at the Fort Wayne campus. The Associate Dean is responsible for the administration, teaching, and scholarship activities of the IU School of Nursing Fort Wayne (IUSON FW), providing leadership to its faculty, staff, and students. The Associate Dean will collaborate with leaders across the IUSON and Indiana University Fort Wayne (IUFW). The Associate Dean will be central to the advancement of the IUSON’s excellence of the IUFW Health Sciences Campus. The IUFW Health Sciences Campus reflects the vision of the partnership between Indiana University and Indiana University Health to be a global leader in health science education, research, and innovation to promote human health and well-being.

The Associate Dean will provide strategic and administrative direction, vision, and leadership to the School on the Fort Wayne campus. Fostering an atmosphere of open and clear communication, the Associate Dean will engage on leadership teams and boards necessary to facilitate the mission of the school. The Associate Dean assigns faculty responsibilities according to established standards; promotes quality education and scholarship; coordinates course offerings on the campus; prepares and administers program budget; seeks and applies for internal/external funding; and provides information for continued program planning, maintenance, growth, and development. The Associate Dean evaluates faculty and staff performance. Dialoging with many external constituents, the Associate Dean leads the fulfillment of the mission and vision of the school, including collaboration with the school’s development director, alumni, and community leaders. As a member of the faculty, the Associate Dean maintains personal academic faculty obligations in teaching, research, and service associated with rank. The Associate Dean is a member of the Executive Team of the Core school, and participates in other university, school and campus boards, committees and faculty governance as elected or appointed.

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