Executive Assistant 2 (School of Nursing)
Executive Assistant 2 (School of Nursing)
University of San Diego
Department: School of Nursing
∙ Plays an essential role in the optimal operations of the DNP, MSN Nurse Practitioner and Health Care Informatics Programs.
∙ Provides support to the Director of the DNP & MSN Nurse Practitioner, and HCI Programs, interacts and supports faculty who teach in the above programs.
∙ Maintains the Director's and the department calendars.
∙ Responsible for event planning including but not limited to faculty and student workshops, meetings, review courses, applicant interviews, adjunct clinical faculty meetings, and DNP & MSN NP and HCI faculty and team meetings, Preceptor Appreciation Dinner, and DNP graduation toast.
∙ Works with students and registrar to process graduation requirements and transcripts, in preparation for the BRN application process and national certification exams.
∙ Provides assistance in accessing various academic support services on campus such as Graduate Records, Registrar, Library and IT Services.
∙ Serves as a primary liaison for the DNP & MSN NP programs with state and national accreditation bodies.
Supervision received: general supervision from the Director of the Nurse Practitioner and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Programs. Supervision exercised: supervises the assignment of tasks and work performance of work-study students.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Administrative responsibilities to the Director; program coordination, compliance and accreditation
∙ Maintains Director's calendar
∙ Orients new DNP & MSN clinical faculty to campus resources, clinical agency requirements, clinical ID badges, reimbursement forms, book orders, and copying procedures.
∙ Develops and maintains APN faculty orientation binder with current information.
∙ Coordinates semester course schedule and provides input on room assignments to scheduler.
∙ Prepares drafts and final edits of program and meeting communications, correspondence, and reports.
∙ Maintains records of active fulltime and adjunct faculty continuing education.
DNP and NP Student support: Serves as the academic advisor for DNP & MSN NP Students, providing students guidance for achieving academic goals, resolving educational issues, and providing oversight for a wide range of university related processes.
∙ Actively interfaces with the DNP & MSN NP Program Director and faculty regarding any advising issues or problems.
∙ Facilitates new student advising sessions in collaboration with the Director of Student Services.
∙ Tracks progress of advisees, and guides them to successful completion of their program.
∙ Coordinates communication to the students regarding registration, university deadlines, health requirement documentation, and program changes.
∙ Oversees the preparation of state and national certification forms upon student graduation.
∙ Coordinates and registers DNP & MSN NP students for classes and reviews and audits individual student program plans and progress using DARS to ensure students are meeting requirements for graduation.
∙ Conducts review of transcripts to verify student completion of prerequisites.
∙ Edits and updates student, preceptor and faculty handbooks based on input from the director and faculty.
∙ Actively participates with DNP and MSN NP Team regarding student, faculty, curriculum, and clinical issues.
∙ Responds to student inquiries regarding program and academic issues; refers students to Director/Program Coordinators as appropriate.
Assist Clinical Placement Coordinator and Faculty
∙ Assists the clinical placement coordinator in initiating and keeping current Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with clinical agencies.
∙ Maintain Preceptor database, including contact information, certification information and a running log of student hours.
∙ Maintain a working Preceptor/Student Placement List each semester (working document during placement process)
∙ Act as point of contract for clinical site education administrators
∙ Provides agencies with special requirements such as student health records, HIPPA agreements, etc. for compliance with each agency.
∙ Process and monitor return of preceptor letters-of-agreement.
∙ Assemble and disburse information packets to new preceptors.
∙ Create and maintain clinical notebooks for all APN students.
∙ Process preceptor verification forms for state and national certification bodies.
∙ Provide general administrative support to program faculty as needed.
∙ Facilitate program orientation for new faculty- Blackboard, nTrack, Exam-Soft, email, posting grades, classroom location, audio/visual resources, etc.
∙ Arrange classroom technology support for faculty as needed.
Data Management: Collecting, Organizing and Reporting
∙ Maintains Preceptor database and files, including contact information, certification and licensing information, and a running log of student hours.
∙ Participates in various aspects of regulatory and accreditation for the program, including periodic reports and site visits.
∙ Enter Alumni information to the alumni data base, important to accreditation reports, surveys, and grants.
∙ Contribute to grant preparation as needed.
∙ Assists with outside certification surveys and reports.
Minimum and Preferred
∙ Bachelor's degree required; additional experience may substitute for education at the rate of one year of experience is equivalent to two years of education
∙ Requires minimum three years of related work experience
∙ Experience in higher education and student services preferred (3-5 years)
∙ Familiar with graduate level academic environment
∙ Special Event planning and meeting management skills
∙ Ability to independently work on assigned tasks and special projects
∙ Ability to contribute to diverse work groups
∙ Supervisory experience preferred
Performance Expectations: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
∙ Represent the Master's programs with professionalism, caring, honesty, integrity and sincerity.
∙ Extensive knowledge of University policies and procedures applicable to the DNP and MSN NP and HCI programs.
∙ Familiarity with each program's objectives, course sequencing and individual course clinical requirements.
∙ Provide outstanding customer service to internal and external constituents in the performance of all duties related to the HSON and USD
∙ Extensive skill with modern office practices and databases; working knowledge of computers and software. Ability to learn to new programs as needed.
∙ Ability to anticipate and initiate projects, drafts, procedures, work independently, make decisions and collaborate with director, coordinators, students, and faculty to complete goals.
∙ Represents the University and the School of Nursing supporting its philosophy, mission and goals.
∙ Use independent judgment and negotiation skills when communicating with prospective, former and current students, clients, faculty, administrators, service suppliers, clinical agencies, and the community we serve.
∙ Possess flexibility, versatility, patience and tolerance in order to contribute to evolving work situations, student and faculty requests, and continual clinical agency changes.
∙ Ethical and legal practice, respectful of confidentiality of faculty and students, and maintains cultural responsiveness
∙ Facilitates staff and faculty with the increasing technological requirements evolving in academia.
∙ Maintains FERPA regulations regarding confidentiality and student records. Uses discretion and critical thinking skills to consult and act on student issues.
Background check: Successful completion of a pre-employment background check.
Degree Verification Requirement: Persons offered employment in this position will be required to provide official education transcripts for degree verification purposes. Serious candidates are encouraged to request official transcripts to help expedite the hiring process.
Salary: $20.70-$23.30 per hour; Excellent Benefits.
The University of San Diego offers a very competitive benefits package, to include medical, dental, vision, a 12% retirement contribution given to you by the University (with three year vesting period), and access to on-campus Fitness Centers. Please visit the benefits section of our website to view all of the perks and benefits that USD has to offer. USD: Human Resources: Benefits
Hours: 37.5 per week
Closing date: May 1, 2017
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