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Director of Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

The School of Nursing in the University of Delaware College of Health Sciences seeks an experienced and visionary individual to become the Director of our Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program with an 11-month, non-tenure –track faculty appointment at the rank of associate or full professor.

Responsibilities include oversight and evaluation of the DNP program, including coordination of student recruitment, admission, and advisement, and working with the Clinical Coordinator to ensure optimal clinical learning experiences. The position also involves some teaching assignments. Qualifications include an earned doctorate in Nursing, certification as an advanced practice registered nurse practitioner in family practice, adult health-gerontology or psychiatric-mental health and at least 3 years’ teaching experience in a DNP program. U.S. RN licensure with Delaware licensure eligibility is required and skill in online education is a plus.

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