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Shaping the future of nursing

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, IU Fort Wayne, and IU Indianapolis), 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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School of Nursing Staff Openings

Bloomington, Fort Wayne, IU Indianapolis

The Indiana University School of Nursing seeks qualified individuals for a variety of staff positions across our Core campuses of IU Indianapolis, 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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Tenure Track Senior Faculty ( #IU-100066-2022 )


Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) seeks qualified candidates for a senior tenure-track faculty (Associate or Full Professor) position at the Bloomington campus. This position offers exciting opportunities for research and teaching in our academic programs. Service is also an expectation of this appointment.

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Tenure Track - Assistant Professor ( #IU-100278-2023 )

Fort Wayne

Indiana University School of Nursing (IUSON) seeks qualified candidates for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant Professor rank on the Fort Wayne campus. The 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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Lecturer - Columbus campus ( #IU-100387-2023 )

IU Columbus is committed to being a welcoming campus community that reflects and enacts the values of diversity, equity and inclusion that inform academic excellence. We seek candidates who will not only enhance our representational diversity but whose research, teaching, and community engagement efforts contribute to diverse, equitable, and inclusive learning and working environments for our students, staff, and faculty.

IU Columbus has delivered high-quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs aligned with regional needs since 1970. IU Columbus is located in Columbus, Indiana, and enrolls between 1,500 and 1,800 students annually. Enjoy interacting with students, faculty, and staff who are committed to making a difference in the future of our region. Become part of an exciting opportunity to help grow our nursing program. 

A Nursing faculty appointment at the rank of Lecturer is available August 1, 2023, in the Division of Health Sciences at IUPUC. This position is a non-tenure track ten-month teaching faculty appointment with primary responsibilities of teaching, and research and service that supports teaching. The initial appointment will be for three years with opportunity for annual reappointments. The Lecturer is responsible for teaching clinical and/or didactic courses in the undergraduate program and other courses as appropriate. Specific functions and assignments are outlined by Department Chairperson, Campus Dean/Director, or Course Leader. Responsibilities include teaching nursing students in accordance with area of graduate preparation and/or professional experience; evaluating students in accordance to the course competencies and requirements; assuming Course Leader responsibilities as needed; participating in university and/or community service in support of teaching; mentoring new faculty members as needed; and participating in professional development.

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Nursing Faculty Fellowship (Part-time) Faculty Open Positions


Teaching opportunities for adjunct (part-time) Nursing Faculty Fellow Program are available in the Fall and Spring at the IU School of Nursing (Bloomington campus). This program focuses on enhancing the recruiting pipeline for diversity among Nurse Educators. Program participants will receive resources to promote professional in‐classroom educational opportunities and will be provided learning resources for their own nurse educator progression. Educators will build upon entry‐level educational opportunities and will be expected to teach in clinical and/or didactic courses in the undergraduate program.

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Academic Lab Technician ( #308834 )

The Academic Lab Technician is responsible for enabling faculty and staff to utilize high fidelity simulation throughout undergraduate and graduate curriculums to ensure safe practitioners graduate from our programs. The Academic Lab Technician will coordinate and direct all simulation activities in the Resource Center for Innovation in Clinical Nursing Education (RCICNE) and is responsible for identifying and diagnosing complex technical issues during simulation events, and maintenance and calibration in between simulated activities.

General Responsibilities

  • Monitors and provides support to faculty and students in educational resource facility (such as laboratory, learning/technology center, etc.) in support of educational and learning outcomes.
  • Operates various instruments and/or machinery (some may be restricted from student use), assists students using permitted equipment, and provides instruction, training, and oversight for safe operation; often responsible for designing, fabricating, and/or machining necessary components for student and/or faculty projects.
  • Collaborates and makes recommendations on the design of experiments and learning experiences that support faculty and student education and/or research project outcomes; sets up experiments and/or experiences (including equipment, etc.); prepares all materials, samples, equipment, and devices needed; assists students and/or faculty with safely and properly operating equipment, tools, etc.
  • Provides effective demonstrations and experiments to showcase processes, equipment capabilities, and/or features; assists in developing instructional and training materials for proper and safe use of the facility, equipment, and/or tools.
  • Implements a preventive maintenance program that will keep equipment ready for instructional and research project utilization; cleans, maintains, and properly stores all equipment and supplies; keeps area(s) cleaned and organized; analyzes new equipment as it comes to market for possible implementation and stays abreast of new processes used in industry to sustain state-of-the art learning and/or research experiences; ensures security of facility, equipment, and supplies.
  • Ensures educational resource facility is functional and safe at all times; enforces safety standards and clean-up procedures; performs basic preventative maintenance, repairs, and upgrades of equipment; identifies potential problem areas and recommends courses of action.
  • Develops and maintains a database of cost-effective sources for necessary materials and supplies; coordinates financial planning and assists in budget review and preparation; orders and procures materials, supplies, and equipment on a timely basis.
  • Collaborates with and provides support to faculty to ensure educational resource facility creates desired student experiences and achieves educational objectives; schedules and supports academic, research, and outreach activities (such as facilitating tours, presentations, or demonstrations).
  • May supervise, train, and manage student employees and/or less experienced staff; supervises and assists students with project-related experiments and/or experiences (such as senior designs, research projects, etc.).

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