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Faculty Positions – The Dean/Director of Nursing

The Dean/Director

 of Nursing will join a dynamic team of individuals dedicated to ensuring the success of their students. The Dean assumes responsibility for the entire nursing program. Duties include overseeing the program curricula; scheduling and staffing classes; hiring, training, mentoring, and evaluating program instructors; academic advising and career related counseling for students; monitoring student retention and identifying and assist at-risk students.

To apply, please send a resume/CV and cover letter to Ksenia Kasimova, VP of Operations at kseniakasimova@asa.edu

Qualifications

  • MSN in Nursing or Nursing Education. Working toward terminal degree preferred.
  • Must be a registered nurse who has background in education and the professional experience necessary to understand and fulfill the program goals
  • Possess a minimum of five (5) years administrative, instructional, and professional experiences in clinical practice as a registered nurse
  • Supervisory experience required
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team

Overall job duties and responsibilities:

  • Adhere to professional standards, and regulatory requirements
  • Monitor and evaluate track resources and contribute to development of budget
  • Foster identification and development of track policies/procedures and assist with development of college policies/procedures
  • Participate in college committees including, hosting the Program Advisory Board, and others as needed
  • Participate in track marketing plan and marketing materials development
  • Assist with development of articulation agreements

Student related duties:

  • Review transcripts of all applicants, document and communicate disposition to Admissions and registrar
  • Consult with registrar regarding transcripts, student issues, identification of pending graduates
  • Serve as an advisor to develop plans of study, success plans, and student issues as needed

Faculty related duties:

  • Interview, hire, orient, mentor, and evaluate adjunct faculty
  • Train adjunct faculty in College applications, as needed
  • Foster ongoing professional development and educational needs of faculty/adjuncts
  • Maintain records of faculty transcripts and credentials
  • Teach classes, as required by workload

Curriculum related duties:

  • Coordinate and conduct the development, implementation, evaluation, and revision of curriculum
  • Maintain and update syllabi, course descriptions, course reports, curriculum maps, assessment documents, and rubrics

Quality and Assessment related duties:

  • Participate in activities as required for program registration, including, but not limited to: compliance, student/teacher ratios, development and maintenance of functional unit indicators and reports, curriculum maps, assessment documents, rubrics, and others
  • Manage the student preparation, registration, and processing of candidates sitting for the NCLEX exam, also known as the National Council Licensure Examination
  • Collect, analyze, evaluate and act on data, including, but not limited to; outcomes, graduation rates, retention/persistence, attrition, demographics, student satisfaction and others
  • Participate in strategic planning, outcomes assessment, and student evaluation

 

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