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Assistant/ Associate Professor

Innovative Nursing Excellence…Meeting Dreams in Your Community

The University of Houston-Victoria School of Nursing seeks a qualified applicant with expertise in medical/surgical nursing, community health or psychiatric nursing and simulation experience for a Tenure or Clinical Track position beginning August 19, 2013.

Faculty responsibilities include: ongoing curriculum development and evaluation; classroom and clinical instruction using on-site, simulation, and distance education strategies in the undergraduate and graduate programs; some travel; participation in school and university committees; engaging in scholarship, service and academic advising.


  • Doctorate or substantial progress toward doctorate in nursing or related field preferred. Master’s degree in nursing required.
  • Candidate must possess or be eligible for licensure as a registered nurse in Texas.
  • Minimum 2 years nursing experience.
  • Excellent clinical and communication skills.
  • Teaching experience preferred.
  • Specialty certification.

The School of Nursing is proud of its excellent Second Degree BSN, RN-BSN and MSN academic programs, innovative hybrid-online education, simulation laboratory, and supportive student environment for both face-to-face and distance learning. Ability to teach a variety of upper level undergraduate specialty areas is a plus. We value diversity in our faculty, students and staff at all levels of instructional support.

To apply, please provide a letter of application, CV, faculty application, list of references, and copies of unofficial transcripts of all graduate work. Apply online at

Letter of recommendation may be mailed to:

Laura Smith
Human Resources
3007 N. Ben Wilson
Victoria, Texas 77901
or emailed to

Review of applications will begin June 1st  and continue until the position is filled.

The University of Houston-Victoria is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.
Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 


posted may 2013