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The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing

Career opportunities with the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing


About the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis

For 100 years, UC Davis has engaged in teaching, research and public service that matters to California and to transform the world. The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis was established in March 2009, UC Davis' first major initiative to address society’s most pressing health-care problems in the next 100 years. The school was launched through a $100 million commitment from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the nation’s largest grant for nursing education. The vision of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing is to transform health care through nursing education and research. Through nursing leadership, the school will discover knowledge to advance health, improve quality of care and health outcomes, and inform health policy. The school admitted its first class for the Master of Science and the Doctor of Philosophy degree programs in fall 2010. Master's-degree physician assistant and nurse practitioner programs were added in 2013. Additional students and programs will be phased in over the next decade. The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing is part of the UC Davis Health System, an integrated, academic health system encompassing UC Davis School of Medicine, the 619-bed-acute-care hospital and clinical services of UC Davis Medical Center and the 800-member physician group known as the UC Davis Medical Group.

Faculty positions

Physician assistant program director and faculty positions
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis seeks a visionary and innovative physician assistant leader to direct the physician assistant program at the new school at UC Davis Health System in Sacramento, California. The school also seeks up to two additional physician assistant educators to provide graduate-level education for the physician assistant and nurse practitioner programs. UC Davis provides the only combined physician assistant and nurse practitioners programs in the nation. A team of interprofessional faculty focuses on preparing new primary-care providers, especially for underserved areas. Nearly 60 percent of UC Davis physician assistant graduates work in primary care. Launched with a vision to advance health through leadership, the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing seeks physician assistant faculty to collaborate with faculty from multiple disciplines and further this vision to prepare clinicians who deliver care as members of health care teams.

Physician assistant program director and faculty positions

Preceptors and clinical training

UC Davis has a long history of integrating clinical preceptorship with classroom education. The School of Nursing welcomes inquiries from potential preceptors in community settings who are interested in taking part in the education of physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Sites can be rural or urban located anywhere throughout California. Potential preceptors may contact the school directly to obtain a preceptor application or learn more. School of Nursing representatives evaluate and make decisions on the approval of all clinical sites. For more information, click here.

Volunteer clinical faculty
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis values volunteer clinical faculty as important partners in education. These individuals play a significant role in the mission to transform health care through nursing education, research and leadership. Volunteer clinical faculty are community volunteers who teach and precept School of Nursing students in various health-care and community settings. The appointment constitutes a valuable way to utilize a volunteer’s interest on a part-time, non-salaried, voluntary basis in the areas of teaching, system-change research and clinical expertise. For more information, click here.

Staff

Director of Development
The Director of Development manages fundraising activities and implements long-term and short-term fundraising strategies.This position is expected to spearhead annual growth in major gift giving, including the oversight and management of fundraising administration, with a prospect portfolio of 100-150 major gift donors and prospects. 

To see a full description of this position, please visit our human resources page and use reference number 042762.

Analyst V - Alumni and External Relations Program Analyst
The Alumni and External Relations Program Analyst is responsible for the design, implementation and evaluation of the alumni program. In addition, the position will foster external relations among stakeholders and collaborators from the lens of all the school's mission areas. This includes identifying and managing relationships with community organizations on behalf of prospective students and faculty; as well as beneficial fundraising collaborations.

To see a full description of this position, please visit our human resources page and use reference number 042673.