2012- 119 COORDINATOR OF UNDERGRADUATE NURSING
|Job #||2012-119 (042324)|
|Department||School of Community Health and Policy|
|Hiring Salary||Commensurate with Experience|
|Posting Date||December 14, 2012|
|Closing Date||Open Until Filled|
Department: School of Community Health and Policy
Duties: Directs the administrative functions of the undergraduate nursing program; develops a strategic plan for the program which is consistent with the strategic plan of the school; develops and maintains appropriate curricula and syllabi in baccalaureate nursing; develops and maintains relationships with clinical agencies which ensure appropriate learning experiences in clinical courses; collaborates with appropriate university programs to ensure recruitment and admission of appropriate nursing students; collaborates with appropriate university systems to ensure maximal retention of undergraduate students; oversees clinical scheduling of undergraduate students; ensures detailed evaluation of all clinical experiences; provides orientation of all new students and instructors; ensures appropriate counseling of all students; teaches at least one course per semester in baccalaureate nursing; evaluates instructors of baccalaureate nursing courses; ensures appropriate advisement of all undergraduate nursing students and performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: PhD in Nursing. Five (5) years of experience directing a nursing program; Five (5) of experience teaching in Medical-Surgical, MCH, or Community Health Nursing; (5) years in academic administration nursing or five (5) years of clinical experience; a Maryland Registered Nurse License is required.
Requirements: Skill in teaching nursing using various methodologies; skill in supervising faculty and staff and in collaborating with faculty and university administration in the design, construction, implementation, and evaluation of nursing curricula and other scholarly efforts; ability to coordinate work with other departments of the university; ability to communicate effectively; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; ability to operate a computer; ability to provide advice and guidance; ability to supervise.
To Apply: Please submit a letter of interest indicating Job #2012-119, including teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae, copies of official transcripts, and names of three potential issues of letters of recommendation to: Dr. Kim Sydnor, Interim Dean, School of Community Health and Policy, Morgan State University, 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Portage Avenue Campus, Baltimore, Maryland 21251. EEO/AA
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