Georgia Regents University
Associate Dean for Research
Become a part of history at Georgia’s newest comprehensive research university, Georgia Regents University*!
At GRU College of Nursing...
- research funding has grown by 275% over the past 5 years, with awards from NIH, Veterans Affairs, and public and private entities.
- the innovative Nurse Scientist Incubator supports junior nurse scientists to develop and advance their programs of research.
- areas of research ranging from basic laboratory science to diabetes prevention in the community.
- leaders who are engaged in research, who emphasizes inter-professional mentoring and partnerships.
- graduate programs ranked 44th in the nation by US News & World Report.
We offer a competitive salary and benefits package with the added bonus of working in the state’s second largest metropolitan area, Augusta, Georgia.
- Earned doctoral degree in nursing science or a health-related scientific field.
- Eligible for Georgia Registered Nurse licensure.
- Significant experience in nursing research with current funding.
- Demonstrated competencies in leadership, diversity, and senior level administrative duties to include personnel and budget management.
- Demonstrated success as a transformational leader.
- Exceptional communication skills, including the skills and experience to represent the college effectively in a complex health sciences environment.
- Affinity with the overall mission of Georgia Regents University.
- Experience with college or university level policy development and administration.
- Ability to function effectively as an integral part of the cohesive College of Nursing leadership team.
- Willingness and ability to travel as required.
How to apply: Apply online at www.georgiahealth.edu/facultyjobs (keyword: nursing)
Contact: To inquire or make a nomination, contact: Carolyn H. Burns, PHR - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about GRU College of Nursing at www.gru.edu/nursing.
*Created by the consolidation of Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University.
posted may 2013