Current open positions:
Family Primary Care NP
(Assistant Clinical Professor, College of Nursing)
The University of Kentucky College of Nursing is seeking a faculty member to operate as a Family Primary Care NP. This position requires an individual with clinical expertise in providing primary care. Primary responsibilities of the position include:
- Providing primary care services as an advanced practice nurse.
- Supervising students who are assigned to have clinical learning opportunities.
- Assisting with the development and instruction of courses in appropriate components of the College’s educational programs.
- Serving on committees in the college as appropriate or participating in health-related organizations.
- Engaging with colleagues in scholarly activities such as presentations, continuing education offerings, consultations, publications or other forms of creative productivity.
Faculty Psych/Mental Health NP
(Assistant or Associate Professor, Tenure Track, College of Nursing)
The University Of Kentucky College Of Nursing invites qualified applicants for this full-time (12-month) position in the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) Graduate Program. This tenure track position includes developing, coordinating, and teaching content in a DNP graduate program, accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Position duties require classroom and online instruction; supervision of graduate students in clinical settings; advising students; involvement on college committees; clinical scholarship and membership in professional organizations, as well as service in clinical practice. This position will also collaborate with UK HealthCare.
Qualifications include a doctor of nursing practice (DNP), or doctor of philosophy (PhD) degree and hold a current certification as an advance practice nurse and eligible for licensure as an advance practice registered nurse (APRN) in the state of Kentucky. The successful candidate must have an active Kentucky RN license, or ability to obtain license by date of hire. A minimum of two years of full-time or equivalent experience employed as an APRN is required. Strong interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills are required. Candidates should have a strong commitment to teaching, scholarship, clinical practice and service.