Join our future
Clinical Assistant Professor (Sioux Falls Site)
South Dakota State University (SDSU) College of Nursing invites applications and nominations for the position of Clinical Assistant Professor. The College of Nursing is seeking an experienced Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioners.
This position will be a full time (FT) 12-month position. During the academic year, up to 40% of the workload assignment will be dedicated to practice time at Falls Community Health in Sioux Falls, SD. The College of Nursing sponsors undergraduate and graduate courses supporting a health sciences curriculum and a Master of Public Health degree program offered jointly with the University of South Dakota
Full-time clinical track faculty members have opportunities to teach in both the graduate and undergraduate programs.
All faculty members engage in professional/college/university service and provide nursing leadership in South Dakota, and beyond, through active participation in professional nursing organizations.
Assistant/Associate Professor (Brookings Main Campus)
The College of Nursing is seeking a full-time, nine-month, tenure track position as Assistant or Associate Professor to work on our main campus in Brookings, SD. Th rank level for this position will be based on the candidate meeting the minimum qualifications and academic experience and serve. SDSU is especially interested in candidates who have significant potential for building an extra-murally funded program of research. Research priorities are: health care quality and outcomes, health promotion for rural and underserved populations, and nursing inter-professional education innovation. This position includes teaching and service components.
Tenure Track Faculty Position (Rapid City Site)
South Dakota State University (SDSU) College of Nursing invites applications and nominations for the position of tenure track faculty member. The College of Nursing offers a research supportive environment in which tenure track faculty focus on projects of relevance to health care in rural and isolated areas. The College has been nationally recognized for its work in rural and American Indian health, and the preparation of health care providers to serve rural areas and is committed to recruiting and retaining American Indian students in nursing. The College offers a unique opportunity for faculty to teach and conduct research in a rural health care environment with more than 100 regional clinical and allied health system partners.