University of Nebraska Medical Center
College of Nursing – Omaha Division
Academic Career & Executive Search is pleased to assist the University of Nebraska Medical Center,
College of Nursing in their search for a Nurse Scientists, Omaha Campus.
This is an extraordinary opportunity to join one of
the top tier schools of nursing in academic standing and federal research funding in the country. The College of Nursing in the University
of Nebraska Medical Center, the states only public academic health sciences center, desires Nurse Scientists for the largest of their five
campuses, the Omaha campus.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing (CON), Omaha Division is seeking an Associate Professor or Professor Nurse Scientist. This
research-intensive 12-month position includes the opportunity for an Endowed Professorship or Endowed Chair appointment. The nurse
scientists should have a history of interdisciplinary collaboration with a sustained record of funded research, a national presence, and
experience mentoring junior nurse scientists and graduate students.
The UNMC CON has numerous resources to assist faculty research to
succeed with their research trajectory and has a cadre of research-focused faculty who are energetic, passionate, and experts in their
respective program of study. The candidate will have the opportunity to collaborate with CON team of nurse scientists statewide, including
three divisions in rural Nebraska. The CON team of nurse scientists impact healthcare and healthcare policy through their innovative
The candidate will supervise graduate students with their scholarly/research projects, serve on dissertation committees,
and participate in synchronous/asynchronous instruction. Service to the college and to the nursing profession is part of the tripartite
A full list of responsibilities is available upon request.
Nebraska’s only public academic health sciences
center, UNMC is committed to the education of a 21st century health care work force, to finding cures and treatments for devastating
diseases, to providing the best care for patients, and to serving the state and its communities through award-winning outreach. UNMC has six
colleges, two institutes and a graduate studies program, serving nearly 4,000 students in more than two dozen programs.
The UNMC College of Nursing is the largest and most far-reaching of
UNMC’s six health colleges and has a major presence and impact in all areas of Nebraska and nationwide. The programs are nationally
and internationally recognized for their world-class delivery of education, research, and nursing practice. UNMC is a leader in advanced,
student-centered learning technologies and interdisciplinary learning. The College offers comprehensive BSN, MSN, DNP, PhD, and continuing
education programs to prepare students for leadership roles in nursing practice, research, education, health policy and administration.
Over the past ten years, the College of Nursing has benefited from donor generosity with the addition of new buildings on four of its
campuses, including the Center for Nursing Science in the Omaha campus.
The College of Nursing Omaha Division is located on the main campus of The University of Nebraska Medical
Center’. The vibrant, bustling campus is situated in the heart of midtown Omaha.
Omaha Division nursing students have access to state
of the art classrooms and laboratories. Opportunities for interprofessional education with students from pharmacy, medicine, allied health
professions, public health await nursing students in the Omaha Division. The Lied Transplant Center, Munroe-Meyer Institute, and other
university facilities, including the new Stanley M. Truhlsen Eye Institute, the iEXCEL-Davis Global Center, and the Fred & Pamela
Buffett Cancer Institute provide clinical experiences outside of the acute care setting. Nebraska Medicine, their primary clinical partner,
offers a wide array of learning opportunities in acute care.
Student interaction space, hospital lab space, skills lab space,
computer lab access and a state-of-the- art simulation center promote both classroom learning and clinical decision making for nursing
students. Students from all colleges use the simulation center, clinical skills area, and classrooms in both the College of Nursing and the
Center for Nursing Science buildings.
Undergraduate students are admitted into the traditional (two year) program every year, as well
as accelerated students (one year program). The Omaha campus also has graduate students in the master’s, PhD, and DNP programs.
Living in the Area:
Omaha, with a population of just over 460,000 is the perfect combination of down-home charm
and urban chic. The area offers a stable economy, thriving arts and culture scene and a diverse choice of housing ranging from well
established homes on shaded streets to waterfront urban high rises to newer suburban developments. Rounded out by a low cost of living
(10.2% below the national average), unemployment below the national average and attractions and activities for the entire family. The city
has been cited as one of the best places to raise a family,
Academic Career and Executive Search
(ACES) is assisting UNMC
Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should include a cover letter and curriculum
vita. Please do not email applications. To be viewed by the search firm, you must apply directly at: https://acesrch.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a21esjyim86d
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UNMC is committed to achieving excellence
through cultural diversity. Terms of employment are in keeping with University of Nebraska and UNMC policy. UNMC is an equal opportunity