2012- 118 DIRECTOR OF NURSING PROGRAM
|Job #||2012-118 (082701)|
|Hiring Salary||Commensurate with Experience|
|Posting Date||December 11, 2012|
|Closing Date||Open Until Filled|
Department: School of Community Health and Policy
Duties: The Director of the Nursing Program is a tenure track position at the Full Professor level; responsibilities of the position include directing the administrative functions of the nursing program; developing a strategic plan for the nursing program, which is consistent with the strategic plan for the University; developing and maintaining appropriate curricula and syllabi in baccalaureate and master level nursing; developing a plan and curriculum for the PhD nursing program; developing systems and protocols for the regulation of major teaching, research, and service activities of program students, faculty and staff; developing and maintaining relationships with clinical agencies, which assure appropriate learning experiences at clinical sites; collaborating with appropriate university systems to assure maximal retention of undergraduate students; assuring appropriate counseling of all students; evaluating all nursing faculty and staff; assuring appropriate advisement of all nursing students; and performing other duties as required.
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 and (10) years in academic administration nursing. Ten (10) years of clinical nursing experience may be substituted for the (10) years of academic administration nursing experience requirement; 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; possess the ability to supervise.
To Apply: Please submit a letter of interest including teaching philosophy, curriculum vitae, copies of official transcripts, and names of three potential issuers 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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