Assistant Clinical Professor/Associate Clinical Professor – Nursing – IRC28700; IRC28701



Job description

Houston, TX

Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing – Houston

Assistant Clinical Professor / Associate Clinical Professor of Nursing

Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing is comprised of three large campuses located in the growth areas of Denton, the Dallas metroplex and the world-renowned Texas Medical Center in Houston. The Nelda C. Stark College of Nursing-Houston invites applications for clinical track faculty positions at the Houston campus located amongst the world’s largest concentration of healthcare, academic, and research institutions. Our distinguished faculty are committed to excellence in teaching, practice, service, and scholarship.

The successful applicant will have demonstrated clinical expertise in a focused healthcare area. This non-tenure track position includes didactic and clinical teaching across undergraduate and graduate programs. Primary responsibility to provide clinical instruction and clinical curriculum development in the BS program, clinically focused MS programs, and the DNP program as well as scholarship, and academic service. The preferred applicant will have an earned doctorate in nursing or a related field, and be eligible for RN licensure in the state of Texas. Rank is commensurate with qualifications

How to apply

· Candidates should submit a letter of application, a current curriculum vita, all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to: [email protected]. The email subject line should include position title and both of the following job codes (Current Houston clinical track positions IRC28700; IRC 28701).

· Information about the College of Nursing may be found at

With an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students, Texas Woman’s University is the nation’s largest university primarily for women. TWU offers degree programs in the liberal arts, nursing, health sciences, the sciences, business and education. Its campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston are joined by an e-learning campus offering innovative online degree programs in business, education and general studies. TWU serves the citizens of Texas in many ways, including: • Graduating more new health care professionals than any other university in Texas • Easing the teacher shortage by placing highly qualified professionals in the classroom • Offering a liberal arts-based curriculum that prepares students for success in a global society • Conducting research that impacts the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity, osteoporosis, stroke and diabetes.