RN Job

Nursing School Faculty

Full Time
Asuza, 91702

The School of Nursing invites applications for a full-time faculty position working in the Division of Undergraduate Programs. The division includes the following departments: Traditional BSN, RN to BSN, Upper Division BSN Transfer, and Entry Level Masters. 

Level: Professor, Associate Professor, or Assistant Professor

  • Supports faculty work within the division and its associated programs
  • Support experiential learning including simulation, competency development in skills, and virtual labs
  • Applicants will have evidence of high-quality teaching and show potential for active research. Integrates a Christian worldview into the disciplines of nursing and teaching
  • Adheres to the expectations delineated in the University Faculty Handbook May be needed to work at alternative Regional Campuses or Sites.   
  • Qualifications: A doctorate from an accredited university in Nursing or a closely related discipline is preferred. A masters degree with extensive clinical experience and/or teaching experience may be considered.
  • Active California Registered Nurse license or eligible to acquire 
  • Experience: Candidates require professional expertise and experience commensurate with specific position requirements.
About the Hospital

The Azusa Pacific School of Nursing encompasses a full spectrum of undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare nursing scholars for a lifetime of intellectual inquiry. With an APU nursing degree, graduates enter the healthcare field with a solid foundation in research, theory, clinical skills, and hands-on community service, setting them apart as leaders in their profession qualified to change the face of health care delivery. The school offers bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral degrees, and post-master’s credentials. Within each degree are personalized programs such as LVN to BSN, RN to BSN, Entry-level Master’s (ELM), Doctor of Nursing Practice, and PhD in Nursing.

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