Associate Dean (Faculty)
Associate Dean College of Health Sciences
This is a tenure track faculty rank position. The Associate Dean/Health Sciences provides supportive leadership to the Dean in operations of the Dean’s Office in the pursuit of the College Mission/Vision, and works collaboratively with the College Administrative Team (School, Services, Center Directors and Department Chair) in the delivery of excellent academic and academic service related programs.
The College of Health Sciences provides evidence-based healthcare education programs across three academic units and one service unit: the School of Nursing, School of Health & Human Performance, the Creative Arts Therapies Department, and Health Services. The College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in Nursing (BSN,RN-BSN, MSN-FNP/PMHNP, MSN-Nurse Education, and the DNP- Doctorate of Nursing Practice), Public Health (B.S.), Athletic Training (B.S. and M.S.), Exercise Science, (B.S.), Health & Human Performance (M.S. – Human Performance or Health Promotion), Kinesiology/Physical Education-Teacher Certification (MAT), Music Therapy (BMT and MMT) and Art Therapy (MA). Minors offered by the College include: Global Health, Public Health, Exercise Science, Physical Education, Outdoor Education, and Creative Arts Therapies. The College also supports patient centered, direct service clinics; These are; the GC Student Health Clinic, the Music Therapy Clinics, and the Art Therapy Clinic. The Center of Health & Social Issues is also housed within the College.
Candidates must have an earned terminal degree relevant to an academic program or degree within the College. Experience as a university faculty member with credentials commensurate with senior faculty status (professor) and progressive experience in academic administration (department chair or higher level within an accredited university) are required. Experience as a academic unit (direct report) administrator.
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