Moritz Chair in Geriatric Nursing Research
Search Code: NUR022212CHAIR
The University of Texas at Arlington invites applicants for the new endowed Moritz Chair in Geriatric Nursing Research. An earned doctorate and evidence of a funded program of Research related to Geriatrics are required for this tenured position.
Negotiable startup funding for research
Workload adjustments based on research and grant funding
Research support including assistance with grant preparation, budget management, data collation/transcription, data analysis, manuscript preparation, reference librarian services, statistical services
Smart Care- a multidisciplinary team developing and evaluating technology solutions for aging in place
Genomics Translational Research Lab
Opportunities to work with other disciplines such as medicine, kinesiology, biology, engineering, psychology, and public health
Excellent benefits including: tuition waiver for child/spouse
Comprehensive healthcare benefits
Education/Research Centers and a 23-bed Smart Hospital™
Faculty Governance model since 1996
Collegial work environment
Located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area, The University of Texas at Arlington, a part of the UT System, has a Carnegie classification of research extensive. UT Arlington is among the largest campuses of the 15 member UT System, with a full array of baccalaureate, masters, doctoral and special professional degrees. The College of Nursing, one of ten academic units on campus, is one of the 5 largest nursing programs in the country and is accredited by CCNE.
Send electronic CV to: Dr. Jennifer Gray, Chair, Search Committee, email: email@example.com. The University of Texas at Arlington, College of Nursing, UTA Box 19407, Arlington, TX. 76019-0407. (817) 272-2766.
Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until this position is filled. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists.
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UT Arlington is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.