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The WVU School of Nursing remains committed to providing the highest levels of undergraduate professional nursing education, while expanding opportunities for graduate education. Our MSN program continues to prepare Nurse Practitioners with faculty who are experts in using technology with “high touch” skills. Our school also offers two doctoral programs, a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) – the highest level of nursing practice, and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) for nurses desiring a research career. Start-up packages will be negotiated individually with the Dean of the School of Nursing.
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Pre-Award Grants Coordinator
The pre award grants coordinator will be responsible for facilitating and managing the grant preparation and submission processes by the school. Management includes locating funding opportunities, matching faculty expertise, understanding funder requirements, including federal policies, being responsible for completing pre-award tasks in accordance with funder requirements in a timely fashion, preparing grant budgets and other required documents, coordinating collection of required documents, uploading all components into the EBP system for approval, ensuring timely submission, maintaining appropriate files and databases.
Post-Award Grants Coordinator
The Post Award Grants and Contracts Coordinator has the responsibility for the direct coordination for the post-award phase of the extramural and intramural research programs within the SON. The candidate is expected to work collaboratively with the Office of Research and Scholarship, OSP, and individual PIs to keep projects on track by completing program tasks in a timely manner; coordinating correspondence with the funder, preparing technical and financial reports and maintaining various databases, records, and files. This position assists Principal Investigators (PIs) and Departmental Administrators with the coordination/administration of research grants, contract, and procurement policies.
As the key communications professional for the School of Nursing, this experienced communicator will be responsible for identifying, shaping, and managing the development of high-quality editorial content for the school’s internal and external communications needs. This will include School and departmental websites; news, marketing and public information materials; publications, periodicals, and other appropriate communication vehicles. This position is responsible for creating communications strategies, messages, developing copy and providing communications counsel to faculty and administrators in assigned areas for the purpose of enhancing the School’s reputation through marketing and media relations. Will work closely with the HSC Planning, Marketing and Communications team, and with Philanthropy and Alumni staff on a daily basis and on specific projects as assigned.
Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship
West Virginia University School of Nursing (WVUSON) is seeking an Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship to lead its research and scholarship mission. The WVUSON is one of five professional schools in the WVU Health Sciences Center - -Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Public Health--supporting interprofessional collaboration and education. The adjacent WVU Ruby Memorial Hospital is part of a multi-hospital system that includes affiliated community and specialty clinics.
- a PhD in nursing or a related field
- at least five years of academic experience at the rank of Associate Professor
- evidence of a professional leadership and progressive leadership responsibilities
- demonstrated record of funded grants and applications
- demonstrated experience growing a research program
- demonstrated track record of academic innovations
- a current registered nurse license in West Virginia or the ability to secure a West Virginia RN license
Tenure-Track Research Faculty Position
West Virginia University School of Nursing invites applicants for Full-Time, Tenure-Track, Research Faculty positions.
- Doctoral degree required, Research Doctorate in Nursing encouraged to apply
- 2 years post-doctoral training encouraged to apply
- Current external funding or NIH grant application under development encouraged to apply
- Minimum of three peer reviewed publications within past 5 years expected