Faculty and Staff Openings

Shaping the future of nursing

Thank you for your interest in the Indiana University School of Nursing Bloomington. The Bloomington campus is looking for nursing professionals who are visionary leaders, committed educators, and innovative researchers. Located in the new  Regional Academic Health Center, the School of Nursing shares IU's state-of-the-art, collaborative Health Sciences Building with the Schools of Medicine, Social Work, and Speech, Language, & Hearing Sciences, and is connected to the new IU Health Bloomington Hospital campus. This is a rich environment for interdisciplinary studies and research partnerships.

Help prepare the next generation of nurses—join the faculty of the Indiana University School of Nursing. 

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Current job openings

Clinical Track Faculty

Indiana University School of Nursing, Bloomington campus invites qualified candidates to apply for one clinical track faculty position with expertise in critical care/medical surgical, emergency department, or psychiatric mental health nursing. The person is responsible for teaching clinical and didactic courses in the undergraduate program and other courses as appropriate. Scholarship of teaching and service are expectations for appointment to the clinical track.

Qualified applicants must hold a master’s degree in nursing; a doctorate is preferred. Relevant recent clinical and teaching experience in the field preferred. Applicants who hold the master’s degree must be enrolled in a doctoral program or willing to enroll in a doctoral program within 6 months of initial appointment. The successful candidate must be licensed or eligible for Indiana RN licensure. Appointment to academic rank and salary are dependent on demonstrated scholarly achievement, teaching, and clinical experience.

For additional information, please contact Sarah Lewis, Assistant Director of Business Affairs, Bloomington at silewis@iu.edu

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One of the main reasons I’ve worked at the IU School of Nursing on the Bloomington campus since 1991 is the talented faculty and staff. We enjoy teaching our highly motivated students, and we see our successes with every graduating class.

Professor Deanna Reising