College of Nursing

Employment Opportunities


The UMSL College of Nursing has the following opportunities available:

Associate Dean for Academic Programs

Our Associate Dean for Academic Programs will provide leadership for innovation and academic excellence across all programs. He or she will develop initiatives to promote faculty and student success, scholarly teaching and the scholarship of teaching, and securing extramural funding to support academic programs.

Donald L. Ross Endowed Chair for Advanced Nursing Practice

Our new endowed chair will focus on advancing nursing practice through translational research and clinical innovation related to coordinating and providing care for patient populations. The chair will build and sustain a program of extramurally funded research and scholarship and work with students, faculty and staff of BJC HealthCare in St. Louis to advance nursing practice.

Full-time Faculty

Our dynamic faculty members contribute to the teaching, research and scholarship of the College of Nursing. Tenure track faculty are expected to engage in research relevant to nursing and build a sustained program of extramurally funded nursing research. Non-tenure track faculty are expected to engage in scholarship related to their expertise.

A candidate's qualifications will determine in-part the title and rank of the position. Applications are encouraged particularly from individuals with expertise in the areas of

  • Psychiatric-Mental Health
  • Health Systems and Policy
  • Community Health
  • Women's Health
  • Nursing Education
  • Adult/Gerontology Nursing
  • Family Nurse Practitioner

Tenure Track Faculty

Non-Tenure Track Faculty Position Description

Tenure/Non-Tenure Track Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Faculty

Part-time Faculty

No positions currently available.  Check back in the future for exciting new opportunities!


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Part-time Student

Graduate Research Assistant

The UMSL College of Nursing is looking for a 20-hour per week undergraduate or Master’s level Research Assistant to work on literature reviews, survey construction, data analysis, data collection, and some manuscript and proposal writing or editing from May 16, 2014 through May 15, 2015. Pay will be approximately $12,000 + $7,500 for tuition for the year for a master’s student or a range of $7000 to $8400 for the year for an undergraduate student.  Dr. Rick Zimmerman, Associate Dean for Research, and Dr. Kathie Records, Hubert C. Moog Endowed Professor, both in the College of Nursing, will supervise the Research Assistant.  Please send a resume/CV and cover letter to if you’re interested in the position.  To be fully considered for the position, applications should be submitted by April 21.