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Open Faculty Positions

The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing seeks to recruit faculty with the greatest potential to contribute to the health of individuals, families, and communities. 

Expertise in promoting the health of diverse populations, in managing complex care needs, in precision science, and data science, are our overarching priorities. We seek candidates who exemplify team science, and who value knowledge translation to advance clinical care and health policy change.

How to Apply:

If interested in the following positions, please click on the specific position link and follow the prompts for applying.

The University of Pennsylvania is an EOE. Minorities / Men / Individuals with Disabilities / Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Apply for Open Positions:

Standing Faculty: Tenure Track and Clinician-Educator

Please check back in September for open positions.

Associated Faculty: Research and Practice

We invite PhD prepared individuals to apply to the research track (associated faculty) and doctorally prepared individuals to apply to the practice track (associated faculty) at junior and senior ranks. Postdoctoral training or academic experience is preferred. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. To apply, please click on the link below.

Assistant Dean of Curricular Initiatives and Innovation (Practice Track Faculty)

Clinical and Classroom Teaching Positions
​We invite individuals with a master’s degree in nursing and a current Pennsylvania nursing licensure to apply for clinical and classroom teaching positions. Relevant clinical experience is required; teaching experience is preferred. Penn Nursing is always seeking highly-qualified applicants. To apply, please click on the link above and follow the instructions provided.

Postdoctoral Research Fellows

Applications are also being sought for postdoctoral research fellows in the areas of:

  • Health Outcomes and Policy,
  • HIV Prevention,
  • Injury Research,
  • Sleep Research,
  • Transitions and Aging, and
  • the Provost’s Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship for Diversity