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Nurse (MSN) Nursing Program Instructor/Leadership M-F

Company: Ross Education Holdings Inc
Location: Elyria
Posted on: November 26, 2022

Job Description:

MSN NURSING PROGRAM LEADER/INSTRUCTOR FULL TIME M-F Position Concept This position is responsible for providing leadership and management in the development, delivery and operation of the nursing program at the Elyria location. Primary responsibilities include the regular exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to supervision of faculty and other institutional personnel, program management, and program staffing. The Nursing Program Leader works to develop partnerships with healthcare organizations, physicians, and medical facilities as well as other educational institutions to establish professional community relationships and advance the program. Benefits Full-Time salaried position
Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
Paid Time Off
Life Insurance
Tuition Reimbursement
Employee Referral Bonus Program
Monthly pay and direct deposit Reporting Structure The Administrator reports to the Campus Director. Responsibilities It is the responsibilities of the Administrator to: Support the diversity of the non-traditional student population served by the department.
Take all steps reasonable and necessary to maintain adequate number of qualified faculty to develop and implement the program in order to achieve the program mission and goals.
Supervise those responsible for coordinating clinical rotations with various healthcare facilities throughout the community, and perform oversight of students and faculty prior to placement as well as execute evaluations with students and faculty upon completion.
Provide overall leadership to the department to achieve the outcomes and goals of the nursing program.
Create and facilitate the circumstances necessary for the growth and development of the nursing program.
Facilitate the successful achievement of program outcomes.
Work with faculty to develop annual goals and objectives.
Respond to annual and interim reports requested by professional associations, discipline specific associations, accrediting bodies, and nursing colleagues.
Meet with clinical partners, stakeholders, and members of the communities of interest.
Attend professional meetings and conventions.
Meet with applicants and students.
Serve as facilitator for program and other committee meetings, as needed.
Recruit and hire faculty in accordance with the policies and procedures of the college.
Retain full and part-time faculty by orienting, supporting, advising, and mentoring as needed.
Serve as ex-officio member of the Curriculum Committee and other committees as needed.
Represent the nursing department as meetings within the college.
Supervise all operations of the nursing program.
Oversee a systematic program review according to professional standards and criteria. This evaluation should focus on, but not be limited to:
Program Satisfaction
Outcomes Attainment
Oversee the collection of data to support, analyze, and evaluate outcomes attainment.
Oversee the evaluation of student, alumni, and communities of interest.
Participate as needed in focus groups of stakeholders and communities of interest to obtain anecdotal data.
Demonstrate a commitment to scholarly activities through research, publications, presentations, grant-writing, program and course development, and/or assessment activities.
Maintain currency in the awareness of issues impacting the profession of nursing.
Facilitate opportunities for professional development for faculty and staff.
Evaluate faculty and staff to promote and maintain strong Nursing Program student service and advocacy commitment as demonstrated by a positive attitude, accessibility and approachability, adaptability, strong problem-solving skills and expression of desire to support students.
Work with advisory committees and professional organizations to ensure curricula are compatible with employer needs.
Collaborates with other college leadership staff to achieve desired organizational results in areas of customer satisfaction, student retention, staff retention, graduation rates and satisfactory student progress.
Ensure customer satisfaction by understanding student and employer needs, analyzing customer feedback and implementing appropriate improvement initiatives.
Provide quality student services by ensuring properly and timely orientation and advising.
Revise existing curricula and assist with the submission of new program applications.
Evaluate the viability of new program/course requests and modifications of existing courses/programs as requested.
Assume responsibility for keeping faculty and staff informed about college matters related to programs overseen.
Foster faculty and staff development and professional growth.
Coordinate administrative and student evaluations of faculty members each quarter.
Counsel students on a regular basis regarding student learning outcomes and satisfactory academic process. Establish tutoring schedules when necessary or other services to support successful learning outcomes.
Plan, coordinate and participate in Dedication to the Profession and graduation ceremonies.
Retain teaching expertise and responsibility to lead the department as a master teacher in his or her subject area(s). Teaching responsibilities would be focused on periodic specialized instructional topics not to exceed 45 hours within an academic year. Teach courses as assigned.
Assist in the preparation of the annual department budget and monitoring of monthly expenditures.
Other duties as assigned by the Campus Director. Position Requirements The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required to successfully perform the job. Knowledge: A master's degree in the science of nursing (MSN),
At least five (5) years of experience in the practice of nursing as a registered nurse, including two (2) years as a faculty member in a registered nurse program.
The teaching of nursing is the practice of registered nursing and requires possession and maintenance of a current, undisciplined RN license in Ohio. Skills: Be able to analyze and interpret accreditation criteria, state agency regulations and nursing practice organization standards as they relate to student learning opportunities.
Demonstrate excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Have strong interpersonal skills with student and staff populations.
Demonstrate organizational, prioritization and self-motivation skills.
Demonstrate proficiency with the use of standard business productivity, computer database management and Internet applications on personal commuters. Abilities: Demonstrate the ability to respect students and colleagues.
Have the ability to effectively present information to faculty, academic and campus leaders, corporate leaders, and public groups as required.
Have the ability to read, interpret and implement accreditation criteria and state agency regulations.
Have the ability to resolve inquiries and complaints from students, faculty, regulatory agencies, clinical partners, and/or public groups.
Possess a strong commitment to the mission and goals of Ross College. Ross Education is an equal opportunity employer ross2

Keywords: Ross Education Holdings Inc, Elyria , Nurse (MSN) Nursing Program Instructor/Leadership M-F, Education / Teaching , Elyria, Ohio

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