Adjunct Positions

Pace University’s Lienhard School of Nursing (LSN) seeks adjunct faculty to teach on both the undergraduate and graduate level.
 
The Lienhard School of Nursing is a growing and thriving setting for those seeking a collegial work environment.
 
On the undergraduate level, we seek master’s prepared RNs with current clinical experience to teach undergraduate nursing students in the following clinical courses: fundamentals, physical assessment, community, medical-surgical, psychiatric, pediatric, geriatric, or ob/women’s health.  Candidates who hold a BSN and are enrolled in a master’s nursing program may be considered.
 
On the graduate level, we seek Master’s prepared nurse practitioners, FNPs with national certification and teaching experience preferred, to provide clinical oversight of family nurse practitioner students in our nationally ranked FNP program. 
 
We are also searching for doctorally prepared adjunct faculty who are interested in teaching online CORE graduate courses with foci on foundational theories and concepts for advanced practice nursing, decision-making models and health policy, nursing research and evidence-based practice.
 
Opportunities are available on both our Pleasantville and New York City campuses during the spring, fall, and summer semesters for all candidates. 
 
Most positions are weekday; evening and weekend opportunities are also available. 
 
Salary is competitive. 
 
About the Lienhard School of Nursing
We have an excellent Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, a nationally ranked Master’s program, and continued expansion of programs.  Our vision is to be a leader in innovation and excellence in nursing education, research, and practice in primary health care.
 
How to Apply
For more information, or to submit a resume, please contact nurseeducatorjobs@pace.edu.  Application reviews continue until the positions are filled.
 
Pace University is an independent university founded in 1906, with academic programs in the arts and sciences, computer science and information systems, business, nursing, education, and law. Pace University affirms its commitment to the principle of equal employment opportunity as stated in Federal, State, and local laws, which prohibits discrimination because of race, color, creed, national origin, age, gender, or handicap.