Periodically, Loyola University Chicago's Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing has opportunities for experienced faculty and staff to join us to prepare students to be clinicians and nurse leaders.  We seek individuals who are committed to fulfilling Loyola’s promise of "preparing people to lead extraordinary lives.” The School of Nursing provides students with exceptional educational opportunities in diverse health care environments within the Chicago area. 

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Full-Time Faculty

Associate Dean of Innovative Partnerships and Faculty Practice

This new leadership position brings exceptional opportunities for providing strategic vision and leadership for faculty practice and community and academic practice partnerships at the local, regional, state, national and global levels; and includes teaching, scholarship and service. 

For inquiries to co-chairs of the MNSON Search Committee, please contact Jorgia Connor or Dian Squire.

Complete an application here. 

Family Nurse Practitioner faculty

Non-tenure track position for family nurse practitioner faculty with specialty education and practice in emergency care for appointment at the clinical assistant professor rank or higher. 

For inquiries to co-chairs of the MNSON Search Committee, please contact Jorgia Connor or Dian Squire.

Complete an application here.

Tenure Track/Tenured Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (multiple openings)

Exceptional and promising nurse researchers are invited to apply for tenure track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor or higher. We are looking for candidates with programs of research framed within one of these five research lenses included in the evolving NINR Strategic Plan Framework: health equity, social determinants of health, population and community health, prevention and health promotion, and systems and models of care. 

A record of teaching, publications and experience with extramurally funded research grants is expected commensurate with stage of career. Appointments at the Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor ranks are possible. For appointments at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor, a substantial nationally recognized record of research, publication, teaching, and service meeting criteria for a tenured faculty position at the Loyola University Chicago Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing will be required. 
For inquiries, please contact Jorgia Connor or Dian Squire, chairs of the MNSON Search Committee
 Part-Time Faculty

Part-time Clinical Instructors

Seeking part-time clinical instructors to teach pre-licensure BSN and ABSN students in the clinical settings of Pediatric, Obstetrical, Psychiatric/Mental Health, Medical-Surgical and Community Health Nursing.

Complete an application here. 



Director of Student Affairs

The Director of Student Affairs will oversee Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing (MNSON) events and activities, student group activities, the internal scholarship and awards process, and international program activities.  The Director of Student Affairs reports to the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs and supports all undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff across all MNSON campuses and sites. 

The position is based at the Lake Shore Campus but requires regular travel to the Health Sciences Campus and occasional travel to the Downers Grove site.  

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Financial Analyst

Reporting to the Senior Director of Finance and Business Operations, the Financial Analyst supports the fiscal operations of the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing with responsibilities centered on budget development and analysis, business growth and development, general business operations, reconciliation, reporting, and training on fiscal policies and procedures. The Financial Analyst works closely with various external offices including the Provost’s Office, Financial Planning and Analysis, Accounts Payable, General Accounting, Purchasing, and Human Resources.

Depending on the preference of the person who fills the position, it can be based at the Lakeshore Campus or Health Sciences Campus.

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Grants Manager

The Grant Manager provides pre and post-award grant administration services to the faculty of the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing (MNSON), including serving as an internal resource on funder policies, procedures and systems; attending conferences, workshops and webinars to remain up to speed with grant and contract policies; establishing procedures based on university policy, funder requirements, and best practices; providing training and preparing training materials; preparing grant budgets and organizing grant submissions; establishing subcontracts; completing post-award setup procedures; processing payroll action forms, payment requisitions, expense reimbursements and purchase orders; approving procurement card transactions; generating consultant agreements; reviewing grant expenditures and compiling burn rate data; record keeping and document tracking; reporting on grant statistics, etc.

The Grant Manager works directly with the Associate Dean for Research and Scholarly Innovation, the Endowed Research Professor, the Research Committee, and faculty of the MNSON, and reports directly to the Senior Director of Finance and Business Operations. In addition, the Grant Manager works collaboratively with the Office of Research Services and the Office of Sponsored Program Accounting. Depending on the preference of the person who fills the position, it can be based at the Lakeshore Campus or Health Sciences Campus.

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Marketing & Communications Manager

Working closely with the Dean of the School of Nursing, University Marketing and Communication (UMC) leaders, and other stakeholders, the Marketing & Communincations Manager will develop and execute strategic marketing and communications plans designed to reach prospective students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, and external audiences. In coordination with colleagues in Enrollment Marketing (undergraduate, graduate and professional enrollment management and marketing) and Advancement (alumni and donor relations), this role is responsible for the public presence of the School and the channels it uses to communicate with and engage target audiences. This Marketing & Communications Manager will report through UMC's Senior Director of School-Based Marketing Communication with direct responsiblity to the Dean of the School of Nursing.

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Simulation Technician (Part-Time)

Under the direction of the Senior Director of the Center for Simulation, the Simulation Technician primarily provides overall support to the Clinical Simulation Learning Laboratory at the Lakeshore Campus through the set-up and implementation of educational sessions. Responsiblities include the operation of mid- and high-fidelity simulators, and the assembly and maintenance of basic medical equipment.

Position will be mostly based out of the Lakeshore Campus in Rogers Park, but will require occasional support of the Health Science Campus’ Center for Simulation Education as needed. Schedule will vary each Fall and Spring semester, and will include approximately 24 days at 7 hours per day each semester.

Complete an application here