School of Nursing

For Abilene Based Positions, send the "Faculty Employment Application" with a written document including: 

  1. Philosophy of teaching and learning; 
  2. How faith and learning can be integrated in the courses being taught; 
  3. The role of scholarship and research in the work of a professor; and 
  4. The Christian journey of the applicant and how the Churches of Christ have affected it. 


Also, include curriculum vitae; transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work; and names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to the respective contact person.

All positions are subject to funding. Searches begin immediately and continue until the position is filled or closed.

NOTE: for opportunities in the Dallas area, search available Dallas Based Positions.

The ACU School of Nursing invites applications for an instructor or assistant professor of nursing beginning Fall 2017. Applicants should maintain an active nursing license, be eligible for RN licensing in the state of Texas and have a M.S.N. A Ph.D. in nursing, D.N.P. or related doctoral degree is preferred. Applicants from a variety of nursing sub-specialties (medical-surgical, obstetrics, pediatrics, critical care or nursing informatics) are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate is expected to work collaboratively in shared governance with nursing faculty toward the Christian mission of the university. ACU encourages applicants who facilitate exceptional student learning environments, value mentoring and advising students, and engage in service for the university, profession and community. Applicants will be expected to pursue scholarly interests and engage students in these activities. Information about the school is available at acu.edu/academics/nursing.

Application materials and correspondence may be sent to Dr. Becky Hammack, Dean, 122 McGlothlin Campus Center, ACU Box 28035, Abilene, Texas 79699-8035.