School of Nursing: Open Rank- Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor: Healthcare Design and Innovation

Clemson, SC

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School of Nursing: Open Rank- Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor: Healthcare Design and Innovation

The School of Nursing at Clemson University invites applicants for an open rank tenure-track position of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Full Professor. The position is a 9- month appointment and is predominantly located at the Clemson University Nursing building in Greenville, SC, with occasional responsibilities on the university’s main campus in Edwards Hall. The anticipated start date for this position is August 2022. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.

The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of state-of-the-art, evidence-based design thinking, and a demonstrated record of results-driven initiatives in health care. The candidate will show evidence of an ability to teach both the depth and breadth of scientifically and evidence-informed content in the field of health care innovation and design. The candidate will also have experience working within complex health care systems and have a demonstrated record of funded research, publications, scholarly activities, and graduate student supervision.


  • Teaching: Develop and deliver relevant course material consistent with teaching at an R1. University. Experience consistent with teaching both undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Research and Scholarship: Lead research initiatives among nursing faculty and students, healthcare partners, and other departments within the university.
  • Service: Serve on University, College and School committees as elected. Provide a national and or international presence in relevant professional organizations that advance the field of health care innovation and design.
  • Engagement: Participate in activities related to the advancement of the mission, vision, and goals for the School of Nursing.