The University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) College of Nursing invites applications for full-time non-tenure track teaching nurse practitioner faculty positions. UMSL is a premier public metropolitan university that attracts and encourages outstanding students and faculty to collaborate in learning and scholarship. The College of Nursing supports a growing research and scholarship enterprise that provides excellent opportunities for faculty and students to contribute to the advancement of nursing and health care. Collaboration with healthcare organizations and community partners support the generation, translation, dissemination, and application of knowledge to improve health outcomes. Our educational programs prepare future leaders for roles as clinicians, educators, and scientists. We are committed to faculty development that supports academic, professional and personal success.
Applications are encouraged from individuals in the following areas:
Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
Family Nurse Practitioner
All faculty positions require
Ability to contribute to the development, evaluation, and enhancement of academic programs.
Ability to contribute to the mission and strategic priorities of the College of Nursing.
Open to development and use of innovative instructional strategies and technology.
Commitment to effective dissemination of research and translating research into practice and education.
Demonstrated knowledge in field of expertise.
Demonstrated knowledge of contemporary issues in nursing and healthcare.
Required Nurse Practitioner position qualifications:
Earned doctorate in nursing or a related field with a graduate degree in nursing
Eligibility for licensure as an APRN in Missouri in area of NP practice
Evidence of a program of clinical scholarship or research preferred
Salary and rank are competitive and dependent upon qualifications.
This listing is intended to inform prospective candidates of the factors upon which their candidacies will be evaluated. The absence of one or more of these factors will not necessarily cause a candidate to be removed from consideration or potential appointment. For more information, visit