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Administrative Positions

There are no administrative positions open at this time.


Faculty

Tenure Track or Clinical Track Faculty Undergraduate Program Coordinator
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The School of Nursing is looking for a motivated nurse educator who not only desires to teach, but also desires to serve in an administrative capacity as Coordinator of the Undergraduate (pre-licensure) Program. This is an 11-month faculty position with a workload consisting of approximately 50-70% teaching and scholarly activity and service with approximately 30-50% devoted to the daily operation of the Undergraduate (Pre-Licensure) program. In this position, you will collaborate closely with the undergraduate clinical coordinator. The Undergraduate Program Coordinator reports to the Chair of the Undergraduate program.

Appointment will be made at the Assistant or Associate rank, commensurate with experience in teaching and scholarly activity and service, in either the Tenure Track or Clinical Track position.

This position will afford you the opportunity to:

  • Teach in area of expertise in compliance with the School of Nursing Workload Policy.
  • Participate in local and national activities promoting personal and professional educational growth funded by the School.
  • Pursue scholarly activities as appropriate.
  • Participate in academic and professional mentoring of students.
  • Participate in Program, School, College, and University committees and activities.
  • Apply appropriate policies and regulations within the University, College, and School.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others within the University, the community, and clinical agencies.
  • Maintain clinical expertise for teaching nursing.
  • Maintain a professional appearance on campus and in the clinical area.
  • Apply appropriate teaching methods supported by evidence.
  • Provide input to the Chair in the development and implementation of the Undergraduate Program.
  • Work with the Chair to assure Program compliance with IBON and ACEN/CCNE and other Program specific professional standards.
  • Participate with the Chair in the orientation, mentoring, and evaluation of full-time, part-time and adjunct faculty.

For tenure track position:

At a minimum, you should have

  • Doctorate in nursing or related field.
  • Teaching experience at an accredited university.
  • Two years’ experience using simulation in research, practice, or teaching.
  • Licensure as a Registered Nurse in Idaho by starting date of employment.
  • Competence in Medical-Surgical nursing.

For clinical track position:

At a minimum, you should have

  • Master’s in Nursing.
  • Teaching experience at an accredited university.
  • Two years’ experience using simulation in research, practice, or teaching.
  • Licensure as a Registered Nurse in Idaho by starting date of employment.
  • Competence in Medical-Surgical nursing.

Preferentially, you will have:

  • DNP or Doctorate in nursing or related field.

For more information about the position and how to apply, see full job listing.

Assistant/Associate Professor School of Nursing
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The School of Nursing is looking for a motivated nurse educator with simulation experience who desires to join a team of experts in the pedagogy of simulation.

​The Boise State University, College of Health Sciences (COHS) is a Society for Simulation in Healthcare accredited facility and staffed by faculty and team members certified in simulation education. Our faculty are encouraged to attend and present at local, national, and international conferences, with travel support provided. Faculty development support and mentorship is a key part of the mission of our COHS Simulation Center. We support multiple ongoing research initiatives and projects, and also are co-hosts of a bi-annual, regional simulation conference featuring nationally and internationally known speakers.

Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for the position of Assistant or Associate Professor.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Demonstrate effective teaching in clinical simulation education.
  • Participate in local and national activities promoting personal and professional educational growth funded by the School.
  • Pursue scholarly activities as appropriate.
  • Participate in curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation of the educational program.
  • Participate in development and implementation of standards for admission, progression, and graduation.
  • Participate in academic and professional mentoring of students.
  • Participate in Program, School, College, and University committees and activities.
  • Apply appropriate policies and regulations within the University, College, and School.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others within the University, the community, and clinical agencies.
  • Maintain clinical expertise for teaching nursing.
  • Maintain a professional appearance on campus and in the clinical area.
  • Apply appropriate teaching methods supported by evidence.

At a minimum you should have:

  • Doctorate in nursing or related field.
  • Teaching experience at an accredited university.
  • Licensure as a Registered Nurse in Idaho by starting date of employment.
  • Competence in Medical-Surgical nursing.
  • Two years’ experience using simulation in research, practice, or teaching.

Preferentially, you will have:

  • CHSE or CHSE-A certified.

For more information on how to apply, see full job listing.

Clinical Assistant/Associate Professor School of Nursing
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The School of Nursing is looking for a motivated nurse educator with simulation experience who desires to join a team of experts in the pedagogy of simulation.

​The Boise State University, College of Health Sciences (COHS) is a Society for Simulation in Healthcare accredited facility and staffed by faculty and team members certified in simulation education. Our faculty are encouraged to attend and present at local, national, and international conferences with travel support provided. Faculty development support and mentorship is a key part of the mission of our COHS Simulation Center. We support multiple ongoing research initiatives and projects, and also are co-hosts of a bi-annual regional simulation conference featuring nationally and internationally known speakers.

Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for the position of Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Demonstrate effective teaching in clinical simulation education.
  • Participate in local and national activities promoting personal and professional educational growth funded by the School.
  • Pursue scholarly activities as appropriate.
  • Participate in curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation of the educational program.
  • Participate in development and implementation of standards for admission, progression, and graduation.
  • Participate in academic and professional mentoring of students.
  • Participate in Program, School, College, and University committees and activities.
  • Apply appropriate policies and regulations within the University, College, and School.
  • Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others within the University, the community, and clinical agencies.
  • Maintain clinical expertise for teaching nursing.
  • Maintain a professional appearance on campus and in the clinical area.
  • Apply appropriate teaching methods supported by evidence.

At a minimum you should have:

  • Master’s in Nursing.
  • Teaching experience at an accredited university.
  • Two years’ experience using simulation in research, practice, or teaching.
  • Licensure as a Registered Nurse in Idaho by starting date of employment.
  • Competence in Medical-Surgical nursing.

Preferentially, you will have:

  • CHSE or CHSE-A certified.
  • DNP or Doctorate in nursing or related field.

For more information about the position and how to apply, see full job listing.

Assistant/ Associate Professor School of Social Work
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The selected candidate will teach a variety of courses in the School to support both undergraduate and graduate programs.  Candidates with a history or strong potential of effective university teaching, a history or strong potential for research resulting in external funding and peer-reviewed publication, and a commitment to service at the department, college, and university levels will be considered.  Applicants for Associate Professor will have a record of service, teaching and research that is commiserate with that rank.

At minimum you should have:

  • An earned doctorate in Social Work, Social Welfare, or another closely-related degree
  • An MSW from a CSWE accredited program
  • Minimum of 2 years full-time post-MSW practice experience
  • Consideration will be given to doctoral candidates who are ABD and whose graduation date is spring or summer 2015
  • A strong commitment to working with students and fostering their professional development

Preferentially, you will have:

  • Experience or strong potential for research as evidenced by a record of peer-reviewed publication and/or external funding
  • Experience or strong potential for teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in micro and/or macro practice social science research, and/or HBSE
  • Willingness to engage in, or experience in on-line education
  • Eligible for licensure in the State of Idaho

For more information about the position and how to apply, see full job listing.

Assistant/ Associate Professor School of Social Work
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The selected candidate will teach a variety of courses in the School to support both undergraduate and graduate programs.  Candidates with a history or strong potential of effective university teaching, a history or strong potential for research resulting in external funding and peer-reviewed publication, and a commitment to service at the department, college, and university levels will be considered.  Applicants for Associate Professor will have a record of service, teaching and research that is commiserate with that rank.

At minimum you should have:

  • An earned doctorate in Social Work, Social Welfare, or another closely-related degree
  • An MSW from a CSWE accredited program
  • Minimum of 2 years fulltime post-MSW practice experience
    • Consideration will be given to doctoral candidates who are ABD and whose graduation date is spring or summer 2015
  • A strong commitment to working with students and fostering their professional development

Preferentially, you will have:

  • Experience or strong potential for research as evidenced by a record of peer-reviewed publication and/or external funding
  • Experience or strong potential for teaching at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in micro and/or macro practice social science research, and/or HBSE
  • Willingness to engage in, or experience in on-line education
  • Eligible for licensure in the State of Idaho

For more information about the position and how to apply, see full job listing.

Assistant/ Associate Professor School of Allied Health
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Interested applicants are encouraged to apply for a 10 month tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor in Biomechanics. This position begins August 1, 2015.

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Teach undergraduate and graduate course in biomechanics.
  • Administrative oversight in the Center for Orthopaedic and Biomechanics Research (COBR), jointly sponsored by the College of Health Sciences and the College of Engineering. Additional responsibilities associated with COBR include securing external funding and pursuing a scholarly agenda.
  • Chair Masters’ theses and graduate research projects within the area of biomechanics as well as serve on graduate thesis and/or dissertation committees.
  • Participate in institutional and professional service.

At minimum you should have:

  • Earned doctorate in biomechanics or related field.

Preferentially, you will have:

  • Experience teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of biomechanics, to include both quantitative and qualitative mechanical analysis of motor activities.
  • A history of funded research and an active research agenda, including a commitment to collaborative scholarly activities.
  • Experience supervising graduate student research.
  • Experience with a Vicon Motion Capture System, Delsys EMG and AMTI and Kistler force plates.

For more information about the position and how to apply, see full job listing.


Adjunct Faculty

Each department and school manage their own adjunct faculty. Please contact the appropriate department through our programs page.


Staff

Administrative Assistant I
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Responsibilities May Include:

  • This position performs a wide variety of secretarial functions. Employees in this classification are typically delegated the authority to coordinate non-routine secretarial and clerical activities.
  • Compose letters, correspondence, and memos with direction as to content.
  • Compile and analyze information from a variety of sources to prepare reports.
  • Utilize word processing equipment and/or computers to create, process, and maintain a variety of documents and administrative records containing technical information and difficult formats.
  • Schedule and coordinate arrangements for meetings and clinical assignments.
  • Act as a liaison between students and the organizational unit.
  • Respond to inquiries and explain department services, policies, procedures, and rationale for decisions to customers.
  • Monitor completion of health requirements.

For more information on how to apply, see full job listing.

Safety & Health Consultant

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Provide onsite safety and health consultation services to small businesses throughout the state of Idaho (out-of-town travel is required 35% of the time).
  • Inspect private workplaces with respect to compliance with OSHA standards and other recognized safety standards.
  • Recognize existing safety and health hazards in a wide variety of industrial, construction, and other occupational settings, and predict the likelihood of their effects (consultant will need to be able to recognize hazards in familiar and unfamiliar situations).
  • Review employers’ specific written safety and health programs, plans, and records for consistency with OSHA requirements and for practical application.
  • Assist employers with the development of applicable safety and health programs in areas such as fall protection, lockout/tagout, hazard communication, bloodborne disease prevention, and more.
  • Develop comprehensive reports to employers that discuss the results of consultation visits by using an OSHA-developed information management system.
  • Access, retrieve, and interpret technical data from various OSHA/NIOSH and private sources for application to consultation projects.
  • Monitor chemical and biological contaminants in the workplace through the use of direct-reading instruments, or by air sampling, with subsequent laboratory analysis to evaluate hazards and make recommendations for preventing or controlling them (will require the ability to lift 40-50 lb. suitcases).
  • Act as lead safety and health consultant. Mentor junior consultant by assisting them with tasks such as reviewing reports, visit findings, and visit recommendations.
  • Conduct onsite safety and health training of managers and employees with regard to OSHA regulations, hazard recognition, and hazard abatement.
  • Conduct limited offsite training of employers and employees on selected technical and regulatory topics (classroom-type teaching), and prepare training materials for these classes.

For more information on how to apply, see full job listing.

Temporary Case Manager/Care Coordinator

You will have the opportunity to:

  • Provide direct clinical service to client/patients through:
    •  crisis intervention for high risk clients/patients presenting to Health Services,
    •  triage coverage for behavioral/mental health access to care, and
    •  focused health/distress assessments in collaboration with Wellness Services.
  • Provide case management / care coordination through:
    • collaboration and consultation with Health Services staff (behavioral/mental health, psychiatric, and primary care providers), such as  ensuring patient/client access to internal and external resources, appointments, etc., and assisting with medication related issues as required,
    • collaboration and consultation with campus partners and community agencies to ensure that the client/patient receives comprehensive and coordinated care,
    • maintain electronic health/medical and other records, including registries for high-risk clients/patients, and
    • attend periodic case/care coordination meetings or rounds.
  • Participate in weekly psych rounds, staff meetings, documentation, and projects.

For more information on how to apply, see full job listing.


Information about other employment opportunities within Boise State University may be accessed through Human Resources.

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