Clinical Faculty (Non-tenure)

Part-time Positions

Would you consider a part-time position to teach the next generation of Gator Nurse? The UF College of Nursing is looking for registered nurses to teach the outstanding pre-licensure BSN students in our traditional and accelerated baccalaureate programs in the clinical and/or learning laboratory setting. We are seeking clinical faculty with expertise in inpatient high-acuity nursing care, low- and high-fidelity laboratory settings, and a passion for educating future Gator Nurses.

Features of Clinical Faculty Positions:

  • Work part-time, one or two days a week, tailored to your personal scheduling needs
  • Commit to a semester- at-a-time
  • Receive an adjunct OPS faculty appointment with University of Florida and professional development opportunities

The Clinical Faculty Role

Our clinical faculty are an integral part of the education of our students. The responsibilities of clinical faculty who work with our pre-licensure BSN students include:

  • Supervising care provided by a group of students (usually eight students in a group) while they complete their clinical rotation in your area of specialty
  • Supervising and teaching nursing skills and performing low- and high-fidelity simulations
  • Teaching students how to perform duties in the clinical site and answering their questions
  • Evaluating students’ experiential performance and written work

We seek part-time instructors who have experience and specialized skills in the following areas:

  • Adult health
  • Pediatrics
  • Maternal-newborn health
  • Mental health nursing
  • Simulation and skills laboratory


Clinical faculty must hold an active license as an RN in the state of Florida and have at least two years of clinical experience and hold a MSN or doctoral degree in nursing. Will consider BSN nurses who are currently enrolled in a higher-degree program.


If you have an interest in helping to support the intellectual growth and education of Gator Nursing students and would like to be contacted to discuss potential opportunities, please send an email with your current CV or resume attached to it to Dr. Debra Lyon, Executive Associate Dean, UF College of Nursing,

Adjunct Clinical Lecturer/Adjunct Clinical Ast Professor – Pediatric Nurse Practitioner


•  Master’s degree with 5 years experience in pediatric primary care is required for an Adjunct Clinical Lecturer
•  A Doctorate degree is required for an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor
•  Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date


•  The applicant will be responsible for providing pediatric primary care services in a federally designated rural primary health care clinic
•  Participating in an integrated model of care and provide expertise in evaluation and treatment of pediatric patients
•  Primary responsibilities will be to provide primary care, treatment of acute and chronic conditions, and preventive care to the pediatric population
•  The applicant will work in collaboration with a team to provide quality care to this patient population and contribute their expertise to developing an individualized patient plan of care and will work with the team to facilitate the implementation of care
•  They will participate in monthly team meetings and provider meetings to facilitate care delivery

•  This position requires working with students, and precepting graduate level students