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An Invitation to Apply:Rutgers University School of NursingAdult Gerontology Acute Care Nurse PractitionerProgram Specialty Director and Faculty MemberRutgers School of Nursing seeks a full time administrator and facultymember who will provide leadership to students and faculty within theAdult Gerontology program at Rutgers School of Nursing. This position willensure the quality and effectiveness in preparing adult gerontology acutecare nurse practitioners the skills needed to provide advanced nursing careto patients with complex, critical, and chronic health conditions, includingthe delivery of acute care services.Responsibilities include: Facilitates student recruitment, advisement, and progression Leads, plans, implements, revises, and evaluates curricula to meetand exceed required and changing accreditation standards Maintains all program accreditation documents including reports Performs formative and summative student and program outcomeevaluation.

Recruits and mentors students and new faculty, evaluates clinicalsites/preceptors, and secures and provides oversight for studentclinical placementsPreference will also be provided to candidates who demonstrate scholarship(e.g., publications, national presentations, grant funding) and activeparticipation in community and/or professional organizations** Thisopportunity is located on our Newark, NJ, campus.Qualifications include: Doctoral degree (PhD or DNP) National certification and current clinical experience as an AdultGerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Current licensure or eligibility for RN and Advanced Practice Nursinglicensure in New Jersey Strong teaching backgroundTo Apply:The executive search firm The Hollander Group has been retained byRutgers University College of Nursing to assist in this recruitment.Applications, comprising a cover letter and curriculum vitae, as well asnominations and inquiries should be submitted electronically to:[email protected] Questions may also be directed by telephoneto 202-270-8772.Review will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.For full consideration, interested persons are encouraged to apply early.DiversityAs a university, Rutgers recognizes that the diversity of its workforceshould reflect the diversity of the state and the students we serve. We striveto cultivate a culture of inclusion at Rutgers – one in which individuals ofvarious backgrounds and belief systems can come together in anenvironment of mutual respect, learning from each other and becomingbetter-prepared to participate in an increasingly globalized marketplace ofideas.

About Rutgers UniversityRutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is a leading nationalresearch university and the state of New Jersey’s preeminent,comprehensive public institution of higher education. Establishedin 1766, the university is the eighth oldest higher educationinstitution in the United States. More than 70,000 students and23,400 full- and part-time faculty and staff learn, work, and servethe public at locations across New Jersey and around the world.

!As the premier comprehensive public research university in thestate’s system of higher education, Rutgers, The State Universityof New Jersey has the threefold mission of: Providing for the instructional needs of New Jersey’scitizens through its undergraduate, graduate, and continuingeducation programs;Conducting the cutting-edge research that contributes to themedical, environmental, social, and cultural well-being of the state, aswell as aiding the economy and the state’s businesses and industries;andPerforming public service in support of the needs of the citizens ofthe state and its local, county, and state governments.

About Rutgers School of NursingThe School of Nursing is one of eight schools that make up the Rutgersbiomedical and Health Sciences. As part of the Rutgers Biomedical andHealth Sciences division, the School of Nursing (Newark) offers uniqueopportunities in education, research, and practice at a leading nationalresearch university which is the state’s preeminent, comprehensive publicinstitution of higher education.Innovative academic offerings include bachelor’s, master’s, postmaster’s, DNP, and PhD programs that are preparing nurse leaders of todayand tomorrow at campus locations in Newark, New Brunswick, andBlackwood, NJ.Rutgers School of Nursing DNP program is one of the largest in the UnitedStates, thus making Rutgers School of Nursing one of the most significantproducers of DNP-prepared nurses in the world.As one of the nation’s largest, most comprehensive nursing schools, theRutgers School of Nursing is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence ineducation, evidence-based research and health care delivery, andpromotion of community health. The school is dedicated to meeting theeducational needs of current and future students through innovativeteaching and learning strategies in the undergraduate and graduateprograms. Moreover the school has distance education offerings thatinclude online hybrid options. Students have the opportunity to enroll in avariety of baccalaureate and graduate programs.

Faculty ProfileThe profile of Rutgers School of Nursing faculty by rank is:RankCountProfessor14Associate Professor41Assistant Professor42Instructor20TOTAL117The Rutgers School of Nursing faculty and students are supported by 75 staffmembers.WSON Student ProfileThe profile of Rutgers School of Nursing student enrollment by academic program is:Academic ProgramEnrollmentBaccalaureate (BS)983MSN58DNP577PhD50Post-Masters Certificate13Total Enrollment1,681The Division of Advanced Nursing Practice is a robust division withapproximately 35 full-time faculty and 800 students enrolled in ourDoctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), Masters of Science in Nursing and PostGraduate certificate programs. With a commitment to move entry-level

advanced practice/nurse practitioner education to the DNP, our postbachelor’s DNP program offers 11 specialties across the lifespan rangingfrom primary to acute care and we offer two post-master’s DNP Programsthat focus on practice and leadership. In addition to our DNP focus, weoffer 2 non-clinical Masters of Science in nursing programs and 6 postgraduate certificate options for those who would like to expand or changetheir current population foci and/or practice environment.Mission and VisionMissionThe Rutgers School of Nursing’s mission is to educate students; advance the disciplineof nursing through research, scholarship and practice; provide service that meets thehealth care needs of diverse populations; and demonstrate change-focused leadership ata local, state, national and global level.VisionThe Rutgers School of Nursing will be broadly recognized within the health carecommunity – and by health care policy makers – as a national and global leader innursing education, research and scholarship; and an innovator in developing andproviding clinical care that contributes to improved health outcomes.Rutgers School of Nursing Academic ProgramsThe School of Nursing provides the most comprehensive program of highereducation in nursing in the state of New Jersey. The school offers an arrayof academic programs within three divisions: Entry to BaccalaureateNursing Practice, Advanced Nursing Practice, and Nursing Science. Eachdivision is administered by an associate dean, appointed by the dean andexecutive vice dean, who is responsible for the organization andimplementation of its respective programs.

!Rutgers University School of Nursing is accredited by:New Jersey Board of NursingThe baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program innursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program and post-graduate APRNcertificate program at Rutgers School of Nursing is accredited by:Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education*The Rutgers School of Nursing is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.Rutgers values diversity among its faculty, students and staff and strongly welcomesapplications from women, persons with disabilities, protected veterans, andunderrepresented minorities.

CAMPUS LOCATIONSAckerson HallBuilding180 University Ave.Newark, NJ 07102Stanley S. BergenBuilding65 Bergen St.Newark, NJ 07107School of NursingBuilding & Loca(ons110 Paterson St.Jefferson HallBuilding200 College Dr. - Suite 114Blackwood, NJ 08012New Brunswick, NJ 08901104 Bayard St. – 3rd FloorNew Brunswick, NJ 08901120 Albany St. – 3rd & 4th FloorNew Brunswick, NJ 08901Newark, New JerseyThe Garden State’s largest metropolis is just 8 short miles from Manhattanand a stone’s throw from outdoor activities like access to the Jersey Shore,hiking trails and kayaking. Newark, the state’s largest city and cultural

capital, boasts America’s first and oldest public park as well as one of thecountry’s largest performing arts venues. Newark is also home to the NewJersey’s biggest museum, pro sports, fine arts, urban retail and awardwinning restaurants. The greater Newark region offers easy access to allthat’s happening!!

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program and post-graduate APRN certificate program at Rutgers School of Nursing is accredited by: Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education *The Rutgers School of Nursing