Assistant Dean for Health Professions and Director of Nursing Programs
The Assistant Dean provides administrative leadership for and management of all instructional programs and services within an academic division. This includes all aspects of the curricula, lead learning outcomes assessment activities, oversight of fiscal equipment and human resources of the division, as well as related activities. The Assistant Dean also contributes to the development and implementation of policies, programs, and activities related to specific institutional strategic initiatives.
The Director of Nursing Programs is responsible for the administration of the Associate degree nursing program. The Director also plans, organizes, supervises and provides oversight for both the Practical and Associate degree nursing programs. This includes active participation in student advising, curricula management and development, clinical partnerships and accreditation. The Director of Nursing Programs establishes and maintains close working relationships with other academic and student support areas of the College for ease of student advisement and admission.
Required Education and/or Experience
M.S.N. degree required. Experience in the areas of nursing practice, nursing education, and educational administration required. Experience in the process of NLN/ACEN accreditation, curriculum development and review required. Demonstrated administrative experience with program planning, evaluation and budget responsibilities also required. Must possess leadership and interpersonal skills to effectively represent the faculty, instructional support staff, and administrative staff within the academic division.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter explaining how they satisfy the outlined criteria, a current resume, and all college transcripts (unofficial copies are acceptable at this stage) and a list of at least five (5) professional references to email@example.com and indicate AD-HP in the subject line by the preferred date of Friday, June 23rd.