Candidates are expected to excel in teaching, research, and serving the University and local communities.
Common duties include:
Teach both undergraduate and postgraduate level courses.
Supervise both undergraduate and postgraduate projects.
Engage in scholarly research activities leading to research funding publications in refereed international journals.
Serve in various committees at the College and University levels.
Participate in community service activities designed by the College.
To be a successful candidate, applicants must have:
Doctorate degree in nursing (Ph.D., DNP, DNS) from an internationally recognized university.
Experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate nursing courses.
Specialty in adult health and critical care area(s).
Active research profile, preferably in adult health and critical care.
Experience in supervising master’s theses.
License to practice as an RN or APN in the current country of employment.
Some of the benefits include:
A renewable contract.
Return air tickets for faculty, spouse, and up to three children (conditions apply).
Fee furnished accommodation (on or of campus).
Recreational facilities on campus.
Free medical care in SQU hospital and the family clinic on campus.
Sixty days of annual leave with return tickets.
Up to 28 days’ research leave (conditions apply)
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