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Faculty Opportunities


Located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area, The University of Texas at Arlington, has a Carnegie Classification of research extensive.  UT Arlington is among the largest campuses of the 15 member UT System and provides a full array of baccalaureate, masters, doctoral and special professional degrees.

The College of Nursing, one of the University’s ten academic units, is among the largest colleges of nursing in the nation and is CCNE accredited. (fact sheet)

The College of Nursing has opportunities for both masters and doctorally prepared individuals interested in on-campus, off-campus, and online faculty positions. You are invited to send your CV and letter of interest to the Department Chair using the e-mail link on this page.

Faculty searches now being conducted for:
Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty Position - Genomics Focus
Tenured and Tenure Track Faculty Position - Gerontology Focus
Tenured faculty positions in all programs - an earned doctorate, a masters degree in nursing (or a bachelor to doctorate in nursing if applicant is a nurse). Evidence of a program of research is required with focus on genomics, geriatrics or translational research preferred. Position announcement.
Part time positions and full time clinical track positions

Opportunities are available for Director positions in the MSN Educator and MSN Administration programs. (position posting)

Your curriculum vita and letter of interest are welcome at any time for faculty positions including part-time for the traditional (classroom) programs and academic partnership (online) programs - please check for details using the links provided under each department below.

We offer outstanding support for scholarship/research activities and excellent benefits

  • Teaching load consistent with scholarship activities
  • Comprehensive teaching and research development support
  • Faculty Practice opportunities
  • Clinical partnerships with health care facilities in the culturally rich Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex and in rural areas.
  • Unique resources: The Smart Hospital
  • Faculty Governance model since 1996

Department of Undergraduate Nursing -
Dr. Mary E. Mancini, Associate Dean and Chair (mancini@uta.edu)

  • Off-Campus Academic Partnership: BSN clinical faculty
    Clinical assignments available in a variety of units at partnership hospitals in Texas
  • Traditional classroom: BSN prelicensure and RN to BSN

Currently seeking clinical faculty for the undergraduate nursing programs Clinical faculty ad

Department of Advanced Practice Nursing -
Dr. Mary Schira, Associate Dean and Chair (schira@uta.edu)

  • Eight Nurse Practitioner areas:  Acute Care, Family, Gerontology, Primary Pediatrics, Acute Care Pediatric, Neonatal, and Adult & Family Psychiatric/Mental Health.
  • DNP (Post NP)

Department of Graduate Nursing Administration, Education and Research -
Dr. Jennifer Gray, Associate Dean and Chair (jgray@uta.edu)

  • Nursing Administration - both traditional and online academic partnership MSN programs
  • Nursing Educator
  • PhD with cultural diversity and vulnerable populations foci
    • Academic Role Development or Clinical Research options
  • BSN to PhD


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