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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Clinical Assistant Professor (or higher)
Multiple non-tenure track, open rank clinical faculty positions with a special interest in faculty engaged in teaching and scholarship in the following areas:
- Simulation, which also requires a clinical area of expertise, such as medical-surgical nursing, maternal-child nursing, or psychiatric-mental health nursing
- Medical-surgical nursing, psychiatric-mental health nursing, obstetric nursing, or pediatric nursing for the hybrid learning option of the accelerated BSN track
- Foundation sciences, with expertise to teach anatomy, physiology, chemistry, or microbiology
Diversifying Faculty in Nursing Education (DFINE) Postdoctoral Fellow (two openings)
The aim of Diversifying Faculty in Nursing Education (DFINE) is to increase the number of scholars from historically marginalized and underrepresented groups in nursing by providing a mentored post-doctoral experience to support the transition to a Loyola Nursing tenure track assistant professor position. This is a one-year postdoctoral fellowship position, renewable for a second year, with eligibility for a tenure-track assistant professor position in the third year. See the DFINE Postdoctoral Fellowship Handbook for more information.
- Is innovative, applies the most rigorous methods, and has the potential for the greatest impact on individual, community, and population health
- Advances equity, diversity, and inclusion
- Tackles today’s pressing health challenges and stimulates discoveries to prepare for, prevent, or address tomorrow’s challenges
- Discovers solutions to optimize health across clinical, community, and policy settings
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.
ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing Assistant Dean of Student Affairs provides leadership for the development, enhancement, and evaluation of all aspects of student services, including student advising, admission progression and retention, events, awards and scholarships, and clinical requirement compliance. Working collaboratively with academic and program administrators, and university departments and services, the Assistant Dean focuses on enhancing the student experience and engagement. Responsiblities span all campuses (Health Sciences Campus in Maywood, Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park and Downers Grove) and sites where academic programs of the School of Nursing are offered.
Business Manager - Grant Administration
The Business Manager - Grant Administration provides pre and post-award business management 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 Business Manager - Grant Administration 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 Business Manager works collaboratively with the Office of Research Services and the Office of Sponsored Program Accounting. The position is based at the Rogers Park Lake Shore Campus and Maywood Health Sciences Campus.
Coordinator of Clinical Placements
The Coordinator of Clinical Placements is part of the School of Nursing clinical placement team. This team is responsible for securing and coordinating clinical experiences and facilitating the onboarding of students and clinical instructors associated with all clinical courses. The Coordinator will be responsible for a portfolio of partnerships and students in one or more of the School's program tracks: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing, and nurse practitioner Doctor of Nursing Practice programs. The coordinator reports to the Director of Strategic Healthcare Partnerships and supports faculty directors and other School of Nursing leadership associated with the assigned portfolio. The position can be based on either the Lake Shore Campus or Health Sciences Campus with occasional travel between campuses and to partner sites.
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.
STANDARDIZED PARTICIPANT PROGRAM COORDINATOR
The Center for Simulation Education Standardized Participant Program Coordinator position is full-time and based at the Health Sciences Campus in Maywood. The role entails performing various administrative duties to maintain efficient and effective operations. Responsibilities include the recruitment and scheduling of all standardized participant exercises, management of the digital audio-visual system, and data entry of student performance.