Are you looking for an exciting and dynamic career opportunity in a student-centered environment?
About our programs….
The Faculty of Health Studies offers three undergraduate degree programs and one graduate degree program in nursing and psychiatric nursing:
- Bachelor of Science in Psychiatric Nursing (B.Sc.P.N.)
- Bachelor of Nursing (B.N.)
- Bachelor of Science in Mental Health (B.Sc.M.H.)(post-diploma)
- Master of Psychiatric Nursing (M.P.N.)
We are seeking professional, committed, team-centered faculty to teach at our Brandon and Winnipeg sites. Nursing and Psychiatric Nursing are theory based professions based on scientific principles, humanistic and ethical premises, and the art of caring.
About our community….
Brandon University is located in the heart of the city of Brandon nicknamed “The Wheat City” in honor of its rich agricultural heritage. We are a progressive community with a quality of life that must be experienced to be appreciated. Our economy is stable and poised for growth. Brandon is in the enviable position of being able to offer its residents the best of both worlds: opportunity and sophistication of metropolitan life; and a stone’s throw from quiet country living. There are many lakes and parks within a short driving distance. The City is a full service centre boasting amenities and conveniences generally found in much larger cities. It is home to Brandon University and the Brandon University Bobcats, Assiniboine Community College and the Brandon Wheat Kings.
Brandon is the second largest city in Manitoba and the regional center of Western Manitoba. It has a metro population of over 46,000 and a trading area population of 180,000. Situated in the southwest corner of the province, Brandon is located 200 km west of Winnipeg, 365 km east of Regina, 100 km south of Riding Mountain National Park, and 100 km north of the United States border.
Career Opportunities for the Faculty of Health Studies are located on Brandon University’s Human Resources website. Please check for opportunities available for Assistant Professor positions and Instructional Associate positions within Health Studies. We also invite individuals seeking positions as Sessional Clinical Instructors in our programs.
The Faculty of Health Studies has a complement of 48 academic faculty, 5 support staff, and enrolments of over 750 undergraduate students and 40-50 graduate students.