Career Center

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Seton Hill University – Nursing Faculty Position

The Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing at Seton Hill University invites applications for a full-time (10 month) faculty position in the newly opened Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program beginning August 2020. The primary focus of this position will be in the fundamental and medical-surgical nursing courses. Applicants must have a strong interest in undergraduate liberal arts education.

Minimum Requirements: Master’s degree in nursing (Doctorate preferred); current Pennsylvania RN license; recent clinical experience in medical-surgical nursing.

Preferred experience: Teaching in pre-licensure nursing and simulation in nursing

Teaching responsibilities: Classroom and clinical instruction; advising and active participation in curriculum development, program evaluation and accreditation activities. Seton Hill is a Catholic, liberal arts university located in Greensburg, PA, near the Laurel Highlands and 35 miles east of Pittsburgh, PA. Applications accepted until position is filled.

Send letter of application, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching philosophy, 3 letters of recommendation and transcripts to:

Demetra Czegan, Ph.D., Dean, School of Natural and Health Sciences, 1 Seton Hill Drive, Greensburg, PA 15601,; fax (724)-830-1571 (electronic submission preferred)

Seton Hill is committed to having a faculty and student body that reflects the racial diversity of the global population. AA/EOE


Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is accepting applications for Nursing Faculty in its Undergraduate Nursing Programs. Openings currently exist in Pediatrics, OB, Med-Surg, and Critical Care.


A dynamic and academically rigorous institution, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is a private, accredited, four-year college focusing exclusively on the field of health care. In addition to associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs, PA College offers several certificate programs as well as professional development courses for those working in health care. Located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the College attracts a select group of approximately 1,800 students to study with faculty who are experts in their specialty areas. An affiliate of Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, PA College offers a flexible work schedule, collaborative environment, and competitive salary and benefits.


Nursing curriculum lays the groundwork for the College’s academic programs. Both pre-licensure undergraduate Nursing Programs, Nursing Associate (ASN) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), recognize the level of care and compassion it takes to be a nurse. This is reflected in the programs’ low student to faculty ratio within the clinical setting. The ASN and BSN programs offer hands-on learning at the College’s main clinical affiliate, Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health, as well as neighboring facilities. Students are exposed to a variety of clinical settings, including medical-surgical, critical care, pediatrics, obstetrics, mental health, community health, physician offices, home health and others, allowing students to learn the area in which they want to specialize. Student learning is also facilitated in the College’s state-of-the-art simulation labs. Experience in the simulation labs allows students the opportunity to witness firsthand a variety of scenarios that they may or may not see in an actual clinical setting.


The ASN Program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and the BSN Programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).


Faculty provide classroom and/or clinical/laboratory instruction for students including the coordination, preparation and presentation of course materials and the evaluation of student progress. Integral aspects of the position include implementation of the College’s philosophy, curriculum, program outcomes, and course objectives through classroom, clinical teaching, and service to the College and community.


  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • Current RN license in Commonwealth of PA
  • Minimum of two years recent clinical nursing experience in area of selected specialty
  • Didactic (classroom) teaching experience preferred

Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is an Equal Opportunity Employer that values diversity and fosters a culture of inclusiveness.

PA College of Health Sciences is committed to providing all employees and prospective employees with information regarding safety and security data pursuant to the Clery Act.  This information includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus owned or controlled by the College, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus.  To access this information, please click here. A printed copy of the report may be obtained by contacting the PA College Office of Security at The Office of Security is located at 850 Greenfield Road, Lancaster, PA 17601.

Cedar Crest College School of Nursing – Director of Graduate Nursing Programs

The School of Nursing at Cedar Crest College is currently accepting applications for a qualified nursing professional committed to leading the education of graduate level nurses, including nurse practitioners in our newly accredited Doctor of Nursing Practice and nurse practitioner programs (Family and Adult Gerontology Acute Care). The Director will have oversight over all graduate nursing programs including the MSN, DNP, BSN-DNP and PMCs and work collaboratively with the Assistant Director of Graduate Nursing Programs. Programs include Nurse Educator, Nurse Administrator, and Nurse Practitioner tracks.

Our nursing program has a long tradition of excellence in nursing education and the creation of the School of Nursing has allowed us to expand our educational offerings and opportunities for qualified faculty.

This is a full time, 12 month tenure track position with the option of an accelerated path to tenure with prior academic experience.

Requirements:  The Director should be a DNP prepared nurse practitioner with national certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner or Adult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, however, other nursing specialties will be considered. Candidate should also have experience with directing/leading DNP projects and prior experience in a clinical setting as well as experience teaching in a master’s or doctoral nursing program.

The School of Nursing and Health Sciences at the Pennsylvania College of Technology is currently seeking a Director of Nursing, Graduate Degrees who will be responsible for assisting the Assistant Dean of Nursing with the daily operation, organization, administration, general effectiveness, and supervision of graduate degrees, as well as future program planning, development, and accreditation.
Minimum education and experience include Bachelor and Master’s degree in Nursing; current, unrestricted Pennsylvania license as a professional nurse; current, unrestricted Pennsylvania CRNP license; and current national certification as a family nurse practitioner. Five (5) years of clinical experience as a family nurse practitioner.
Minimum abilities and skills includes developed supervisory and leadership skills; interpersonal skills necessary to deal effectively and courteously with faculty, staff, students, administration, clinical affiliate site personnel, and the public; excellent oral and written communications skills; evidence of curriculum development capability; documented ability to develop and implement teaching strategies that meet the educational needs of traditional and non-traditional students; evidence of self-motivation, enthusiasm, creativity, and leadership potential; demonstrated ability to work within a nursing team structure; and must possess a valid driver’s license.
Should you be interested in this position or know of someone who is, please see the detailed job announcement on the Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Human Resources website and to submit an application, cover letter, resume, and leadership philosophy. If you have any questions, please contact the Human Resources Office at 570-327-4770 or


The Department of Nursing in the School of Science, Engineering and Health at Messiah College invites applications for a full-time/term-tenure track or clinical track nursing faculty position to teach courses in the baccalaureate and doctoral nursing programs. The primary focus of this position will be in pediatric and obstetric/women’s health nursing courses for both the face-to-face undergraduate BSN program and the online post-BSN to FNP/DNP program. Other courses may include DNP courses related to scholarly project implementation.

Director of the School of Nursing

Lock Haven University

Lock Haven University seeks a dynamic, visionary leader to serve as Director of the new School of Nursing. The successful candidate must be well versed in the development and implementation of all levels of Nursing Education. This position reports directly to the Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences and Director of the Clearfield campus. The new School of Nursing is comprised of ASN, LPN to RN, and RN to BSN(online) programs and is entering into a phase of geographic and programmatic expansion. Lock Haven University is one of fourteen institutions in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education, enrolling approximately 3100 undergraduate students and 350 graduate students. The Clearfield campus currently enrolls the majority of Nursing students and is located in rural north central Pennsylvania in the scenic Appalachian Mountains along Route 80, one hour west of the Lock Haven campus. The Clearfield Campus serves approximately 350 students and offers associate, bachelor, and master degrees with an emphasis on disciplines in the area of health and human services including Nursing and Physician Assistant programs. Pending approval from ACEN, the ASN and LPN to RN will also be offered on the Lock Haven Campus and in Lycoming County. Distance education technologies are used to coordinate educational experiences between the two campuses and with the community.

Essential Duties:

Reporting to the Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences and Director of the Clearfield Campus, the Director of the School of Nursing is responsible for managerial oversight of the LPN to RN, ASN, and RN to BSN programs. The Director will also provide leadership to the School of Nursing during geographic and programmatic expansion including development of an integrated curriculum for a BS to BSN and BSN, MSN, FNPand, ultimately, DNP programs. S/he will work closely with the Chair of Nursing and Nursing Program Directors, pursue external funding opportunities, and forge strong partnerships with local and regional Health Care providers that will allow Lock Haven University to address healthcare needs in the Commonwealth. In keeping with the sharing system of PASSHE, the Director will also build productive collaborations with Nursing programs at other PASSHE institutions. The position of the Director of the School of Nursing also assists the Dean of the College of Natural, Behavioral, and Health Sciences and Director of the Clearfield Campus with key areas including strategic planning, budget, recruitment, marketing, facilities, student activities, and community engagement.

Specific Duties:

Specific Duties include the following: Provide innovative leadership in the development and growth of the programs within the School of Nursing. Display a strong commitment to a comprehensive nursing education curriculum that seamlessly integrates multiple entry points into the RN and BSN programs. Provide leadership to secure and maintain accreditation by appropriate state, regional and national educational and nursing entities. Establish collaborations with key members of the nursing community and advisory committees to develop projects, recruit students, and maintain an exchange of expertise between the health care community and the School of Nursing. Maintain an active presence within the local, state and National nursing organizations to maintain communication, monitor needs, and determine partnerships. Remain informed of new issues, challenges, and trends with in nursing and nursing education and translate those to faculty, staff and administration. Build consensus and foster cooperation among School of Nursing faculty and faculty across other programs. Advise Provost and Dean on matters of educational policy and student issues relating to and impacting the School of Nursing. Actively engage in developing external partners and revenue generation.

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduate degree in nursing from an institution with national accreditation in nursing (CCNE or ACEN) is required. Successful applicants will also possess a distinguished record of excellence in nursing education, clinical experience and at least three (3) years of administrative experience or its equivalent including demonstrated success in cultivation of external relationships, participation in national/state accreditation processes, academic planning and strategic planning and budgeting, and revenue generation. Familiarity and success with delivery of academic programs through distance education is also key to this position.

Preferred Qualifications:

Terminal degree in Nursing or related profession. Familiarity with Pennsylvania Health Care Systems, PA State Board of Nursing, and ACENaccreditation.

Special Instructions:

*Full consideration will be given to applications received by July 12, 2019.

*Applicant will be asked to provide the name, email address, phone number for three professional references.

A job posting detailing responsibilities, qualifications, and application process is available at the University website:

Nursing Assistant Professor Opportunities at University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg  

Nursing – Assistant Professor (2 positions)

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg within the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, invites applications for full time, non-tenure track position beginning in August, 2019. Initial appointment will be for three years and is renewable. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and commitment to undergraduate teaching are expected. Knowledge and background in pediatrics, medical surgical and/or obstetric nursing are required. Responsibilities include didactic and clinical instruction. Faculty also serve as advisors, participate in ongoing recruitment program evaluation and improvement activities, and engage in scholarly, professional and community service activities.

The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, a four-year liberal arts college, offers 29 undergraduate degrees, 24 minors, and numerous pre-professional options as part of the highly-ranked University of Pittsburgh system. With low tuition, and incredible hands-on learning opportunities, we offer personalized education with dedicated faculty.

Nestled in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Laurel Highlands, Pitt-Greensburg is surrounded by nature trails and the rich history of Westmoreland County. It’s just down the road from uptown Greensburg’s coffee shops and restaurants, art museums, theatres and boutiques, and it’s less than an hour’s drive from Pittsburgh.

Candidates should submit the following: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current Curriculum Vita, 3) statement of teaching philosophy and 4) contact information for three professional references at

Review of application materials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Marie Fioravanti at or 724-836-9692.

A PhD or DNP in nursing or a related field is required, as is RN licensure in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Clinical Faculty – Adjunct (multiple positions)

The Nursing Program at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, within the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, is seeking part-time clinical instructors with expertise in medical-surgical nursing, obstetrics, and pediatrics beginning in September, 2019.

The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, a four-year liberal arts college, offers 29 undergraduate degrees, 24 minors, and numerous pre-professional options as part of the highly-ranked University of Pittsburgh system. The University offers low tuition, incredible hands-on learning opportunities, and personalized education with dedicated faculty.

The successful candidates will possess at least a Master’s degree in Nursing and current PA nursing license required; teaching experience preferred and a proven record of teaching excellence.

Application Process:  The University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg accepts online applications only. The application submission package should include: 1) a letter of application, 2) a current curriculum Vita, 3) undergraduate and graduate transcripts and 4) contact information from three professional references. You may apply and upload your information using the following link

Review of application materials will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Marie Fioravanti at or 724-836-9692.


Administrative and Faculty Opportunities

Widener University, an independent, metropolitan university, connects curricula to social issues through civic engagement. It is located in Chester, Pennsylvania, nestled between Philadelphia, PA and Wilmington, DE, with satellite campuses in Harrisburg and Wilmington, Delaware.  Dynamic teaching, active scholarship, personal attention, and experiential learning are key components of the Widener experience. For more information about the University, visit our website at

The School of Nursing’s unique, powerhouse programs serve the needs of nurses at all stages of their career. Bachelor’s programs are offered at our Main Campus in Chester, PA and master’s and doctoral programs (DNP and PhD) are offered online and in person at our Main Campus in Chester, PA and in Harrisburg, PA. Experiential learning, rigorous academics, and civic engagement are the hallmarks of the SON programs. The SON is designated as an NLN Center of Nursing Excellence for Advancing the Science of Nursing Education. Students and faculty have opportunities to learn and practice in the Widener Community Nursing Clinic.

Widener University’s School of Nursing is currently hiring for several positions:

For more information and to apply go to