Adult Health Faculty, School of Nursing (IHP)

Charlestown, Massachusetts

MGH Institute of Health Professions

Responsibilities include but are not limited to the design, management, teaching, and evaluation of didactic or clinical nursing courses within the designated content area or other content as negotiated; providing general academic advising to students; participating in professional and service activities; and participating in scholarship commensurate with the level of appointment.


Institute-specific faculty responsibilities and criteria for rank are outlined in the MGH Institute Faculty Handbook.

Time spent in the areas below are negotiated between the Program Director and individual faculty members, but are generally considered to be:

Teaching: 50%
  • Teaches within or across programs as appropriate to area of expertise and program needs.
  • Evaluate student achievement of nursing competencies appropriate to the program and level of student learning.
  • Participate in the development, evaluation, and revision of the nursing curriculum plan.
Service: 30%
  • Serves on Department, School and Institute Committees and participates in professional activities, student advising, and department and Institute events.
  • Participates in SON and IHP governance, which includes the development, implementation, and evaluation of policies.
  • Participates in the development and implementation of a systematic evaluation plan that encompasses all components of the program.
Scholarship: 20%
  • Identifies of an area of scholarship as outlined in the IHP Scholarship Model.
  • Participates in scholarship activities within their identified domain commensurate with level of appointment.
Note: Specific responsibilities will be subject to change based on the needs and budgetary resources of the School of Nursing. Job descriptions and percentage of FTE will be reviewed and negotiated annually.

MGH Institute of Health Professions, an independent, not-for-profit graduate school in Boston, Massachusetts has announced an organization-wide anti-racism initiative to think boldly about race and bring together all members of the IHP community to address systemic racial injustice as well as oppression more broadly. The plan seeks to create a supportive and inclusive campus environment and better support the diverse communities the school serves. We are excited about this new initiative and are hiring employees who are committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion and will contribute to our anti-racism and anti-oppression approach.

Qualifications :


A candidate must hold a current Massachusetts Registered Nurse license in good standing and possess a Master of Science in Nursing. A doctoral degree is preferred. Candidates must possess a minimum of two years of full-time nursing experience, or its equivalent within the past five years. Candidates must show evidence of expertise appropriate to their area of teaching and be certified in an area of specialization as required for faculty appointment at the Advanced Practice level.

  • Assumes all responsibilities of being an active and contributing member to the school.
  • Flexible with schedule.
  • Able to prioritize and self-monitor.
  • Work collaboratively with others (including in interprofessional teams).
  • Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to effectively communicate.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with others.
Posted: 01/28/2022