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Associate Director Of Graduate Studies, School Of Nursing & Health Studies – Georgetown University Medical Center
Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, exciting ways to take advantage of Washington, D.C., and a commitment to social justice. Our community is a tight knit group of remarkable individuals interested in intellectual inquiry and making a difference in the world.
Associate Director of Graduate Studies, School of Nursing & Health Studies – Georgetown University Medical Center
Georgetown's School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS), founded in 1903, is a dynamic academic organization dedicated to its mission, "Advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities." Academic departments include Advanced Nursing Practice, Health Systems Administration, Human Science, International Health, and Professional Nursing Practice. The school also houses the Center for Health Equity – Research, Implementation, and Teaching.
The Associate Director of Graduate Studies serves as the administrative officer for the Master of Science in Health System Administration (MHSA) on-campus programs and Executive MHSA (EMHSA) online programs at the School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS), with responsibility for all administrative aspects of both graduate programs in support of the respective academic directors. Reporting to the Department Chair, the Associate Director has duties that include but are not limited to:
Support Program of Study Development and Maintenance
Supports MHSA Director to ensure all MHSA courses are appropriate for the early careerist audience, reflect the competency model as approved by the department, and prepare graduates for health system leadership.
Supports EMHSA Director to ensure all EMHSA courses adequately address the executive audience and reflect the unique perspectives of its accomplished executive faculty from across the health care sector.
Works with full time and adjunct faculty to ensure compliance with Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) accreditation requirements and supports the Program Coordinator in preparing accreditation updates.
Supports Program Directors, relevant teaching faculty, and the Department Chair to ensure alignment between the MHSA and EMHSA tracks, such as syllabus design, onboarding processes, and reporting metrics.
Coordinates with instructional designers and faculty to ensure standards and best practices as outlined in the Faculty Community of Practice are adhered to and disseminated to all faculty.
Assures compliance with University policies and manages budgets within department parameters to ensure programs are fiscally stable and cover their costs entirely.
Supports the Chair and Program faculty in designing, planning, and executing a variety of on-campus Intensives course weeks each year, some of which may take place outside the U.S.
Delivers periodic informational webinars for potential EMHSA/MHSA candidates, organizes and updates communications to incoming and returning students, and manages alumni communications.
Maintains and updates faculty and student handbooks and the web-based, interactive New Student Orientation course materials.
Provides student support throughout the semester related to class preparation, assignments, technology issues, and other logistical support.
Supports the admissions process for all candidates, and coordinates with the relevant admissions committee, ensures documentation is captured and stored, and manages communications with Academic Affairs.
Assesses and implements technology platforms and facilitate student use.
Conducts project management activities, such as evaluation of course feedback and other required department and university evaluation processes.
Develops mechanisms to streamline collection of CAHME reporting metrics and prepares the annual report.
Faculty On-boarding and Community of Practice
Supports Program Directors and helps orient faculty to EMHSA/MHSA program processes and procedures, program of study, students, and calendar.
Supports Program Directors and helps orient faculty to overall curriculum, and provides details and relevant syllabi to closely related courses to avoid duplication and ensure instruction is complementary.
Works with instructional designers and University Information Technology services to ensure the best practices for teaching online (synchronously and asynchronously) and online delivery platforms (Zoom or Adobe Connect) are used; and develops/provides appropriate orientation materials, practice sessions, and job aids.
Coordinates the onboarding of faculty on learning management systems (Blackboard or Canvas) and develops/provides job aids.
Provides technical support for Zoom/Adobe Connect when NHS IT representative is unavailable, such as unscheduled office hours/discussion sessions or ad hoc questions from faculty.
Coordinates with all adjunct faculty to create and maintain courses in Blackboard/Canvas, and supports adjunct faculty in updating course materials and gathering course readings and other assigned resources as required.
Works with GU libraries to identify and link to required online resources.
Evaluates and ensures adherence to copyright requirements for faculty-assigned readings
Manages program of study syllabi storage and updates.
As part of annual program evaluations, assists faculty in downloading and analyzing student assignments as a requirement for competency alignment with course objectives.
Supports Program Directors and provides guidance to adjunct faculty on grading policies/procedures; and provides technical guidance on grading in Blackboard/Canvas and entering final grades in MyAccess.
Maintains an online Faculty Community of Practice in Blackboard to house resources and enable faculty to collaborate with one another.
Develops and administers a variety of evaluation instruments, analyzes the data they generate, and provides recommendations to the Program Faculty and Chair for continuous improvement.
As needed (based on evaluation results, faculty or student feedback, and upon Program Director request), conducts in-depth analyses of the design, content, and delivery of program courses to recommend changes as necessary to meet student needs and ensure continued alignment with program competencies.
Communications and Marketing Support
Works with external marketing support professionals to coordinate strategic communications, marketing, and recruitment activities within the University environment.
Manages and coordinates requests for student/faculty involvement with social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn) – and posts relevant articles and timely events, as required by marketing plan.
Supports the design and dissemination of program collateral (brochures, rack cards, and palm cards, as well as audience-specific versions for veterans and clinicians).
Works with NHS Strategic Communications to maintain a dynamic, engaging website for both programs complementing the departmental site.
Identifies any required changes to the NHS website and communicates them to NHS.
Keeps program video series refreshed on periodic update cycle, for example, student testimonials, faculty perspectives, and intensive experience.
Participates in and/or staffs exhibit booths at key conferences and professional events per the Chair and Program Director recommendations.
Executes advertising campaigns to internal and external audiences as required by the marketing plan.
Continuously works with external marketing professionals to assess and improve effectiveness of communications, marketing, and recruitment activities (including data analytics for digital/online presence and campaigns), and course-correct as necessary.
Master's degree in health systems administration, business, or higher education
3 to 5 years of work experience in higher education – preference for experience working in the arena of health care, health management, or health care policy – and for established professional networks across the full health ecosystem
Demonstrated superior skills in both written and verbal communications, with experience in communicating effectively at all organizational levels and with all stakeholders.
Agility in thinking, proven track record in executing strategies, and demonstrated program management competencies, such as knowledge and skills associated with program evaluations, statistical modeling, and analysis and computation
Strong interpersonal skills
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High School Nursing Director (12980)
(Those who previously applied need not re-apply)
The Office of School Health (OSH) is a joint program of the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, responsible for promoting the health of the 1.3 million school children enrolled in approximately 1,800 public and non-public schools in New York City. The High School Program is also part of the team administering the CATCH Program (Connecting Adolescents to Comprehensive Health). In addition to nursing services as discussed above, nurses in the High School Program provide students with free and confidential reproductive health services, including heath education, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception, and birth control, as well as referrals for other medical services.
Under the supervision of the Deputy Director of Nursing, the High School Nursing Director supervises, assigns, schedules, directs, and evaluates the work performance of staff of the High School Program, including nursing supervisors, staff nurses, public health advisors and assistants, and administrative staff. The high school program is inclusive of most high schools in the New York City public school system. Performs related work.
Reports to: Deputy Director of Nursing
Direct Reports: 4 High School Nursing Supervisors and 2 administrative staff
Key Relationships: Collaborates with Deputy Nursing Director, Adolescent Health Unit, nursing supervisors, and the Administration and Operations units in the development of written goals and objectives for the effective management of the High School Program. Maintains an ongoing dialogue with principals and site supervisors to coordinate the provision of nursing and health services to students in NYC high schools.
Implements Office of School Health (OSH) programs, policies, and special projects, reporting findings to the Deputy Director of Nursing.
Directs and coordinates the High School nursing program, with responsibility for providing oversight and direction to nursing supervisors, nurses, public health advisors, and administrative staff. This includes ensuring that the clinical and administrative needs of the nursing staff are met.
Manages the implementation of the clinical aspect of the CATCH program in high schools citywide.
Assists the Director and Deputy Director in developing new policies and procedures to ensure the effective delivery of school health services and other OSH initiatives.
Develops and administers staff education. Collaborates with the Staff Development department regarding trainings, including conducting trainings and assisting with securing venues for regional trainings. Coordinates preceptorship for new hires and nursing students.
Collects and analyzes OSH data systems, e.g., Automated Student Health Record (ASHR) and OSH Staff Management System, to identify and monitor performance improvement and evidence-based practice indicators, in order to maintain acceptable standards of nursing practice.
Coordinates the delivery of OSH services in schools with an interdisciplinary team, including supervising physicians and CATCH program staff. Works collaboratively with other School Health units, including Operations, HR, IT, and Central office administration.
Supervises and evaluates the clinical performance of OSH High School Program supervisors and other direct reports. Trains and directs supervisory staff on proper evaluation techniques, performance improvement plans, and interventions for nursing staff.
Maintains professional and collaborative relationships with school administrators, principals, Field Support Center staff, parent coordinators, school staff, parents, and community providers, to ensure safe and appropriate delivery of health-related services.
Keeps appropriate administrators updated on OSH programs and policies, including school health and immunization requirement guidelines.
Ensures that supervisors have the proper tools and relationships in School Health to provide for the needs of their assigned areas. For example, medical room standards must be maintained by having proper equipment, furnishings, telephones, computers, and supplies. Conducts site visits to uphold the standards of medical rooms in accordance with OSH Guidelines.
Oversees the hiring process for nurse applicants, providing final hiring recommendations and initiating job offers to prospective candidates in collaboration with the Nurse Recruiter and HR.
Prepares and advises supervisory staff on disciplinary procedures and attends Office of Labor Relations (OLR) hearings. Takes corrective action maintain the work performance level of nursing staff, as needed.
Supervises Contract Nursing Liaisons (CNLs). Oversees contract nurse placement and agency nurse tracking entries according to OSH guidelines. Collaborates with central nursing administration to review performance concerns of contract nurses and submits reports as needed.
Supervises the assigned BND administrative assistant and oversees clerical and administrative tasks according to OSH guidelines.
Serves on the Nurse Transfer Committee for assigned term limit and facilitates the nurse transfer process by scheduling meetings with principals and with prospective candidates requesting new school assignments.
Meets monthly and as needed with senior staff members, Nursing Directors, and the Deputy Nursing Director. Participates in the discussion of current program activities, administrative/operational problems, and provides recommendations or possible solutions that will be helpful for the program.
Acts as the agency representative to inter and intra-agency community groups and organizations at community meetings.
A master's degree from an accredited college in a field related to the position and three (3) years of full-time progressively responsible professional experience in education administration in one or more education-related areas, at least eighteen (18) months of which must have been in a managerial capacity; or
Graduation from an accredited college with a baccalaureate degree and four (4) years of full-time progressively responsible professional experience, as described in "1"; or
A satisfactory combination of education and/or experience which is equivalent to "1" above including teaching experience towards meeting the general experience in "1" above; however, all candidates must have the eighteen (18) months of managerial experience.
A valid New York state license as a Registered Nurse.
Master's Degree in Nursing or a health related field.
Diverse nursing background, including experience in pediatric and adolescent nursing.
Experience working in a public agency.
Flexibility and willingness to travel.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Internal candidates preferred.
Please include a resume and cover letter with your application.
Applications will be accepted through March 30, 2018 until 3:00 p.m.
NOTE: The filling of all positions is subject to budget availability and/or grant funding.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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Associate Director For Academic Affairs, School Of Nursing
The Associate Director for Academic Affairs is organizationally responsible for advancing the culture of institutional excellence that inspires and enables student and faculty and staff success. The Associate Director will employ measures to improve student retention by creating successful mentoring programs and identifying high-risk students early.
The Associate Director will identify and assist in removing signiﬁcant barriers to student, faculty and staff success such as student access to the program and academic advising. The Associate Director employs process efficiencies that increase production and decrease cost. The Nursing Associate Director promotes a student body that embodies diversity and academic excellence, advances innovative pedagogy, fosters an environment that endorses student success and support.
The Associate Director provides leadership in curricula and program development, implementation, evaluation, and accreditation. The Associate Director considers the welfare of the entire institution by creating and maintaining a culture of civility, professionalism, respect and cooperation. The Associate Director is a key member of the UAA School of Nursing leadership team and will aid in providing strategic insight and support the Director in creating, implementing and evaluating the institutional goals.
Director Of Development, School Of Nursing And Health Professions | School Of Education
USF is a forward-leaning institution that is currently investing in significant growth of its fundraising capacity. The next five years will be especially transformative as increased investments in staffing prepare the Development division for a substantial comprehensive campaign. Reporting to the Associate Vice President of Development, the Director of Development will play an integral role in this process at an exciting time in the school’s evolution.
There are more than 1,000 identified campaign prospects rated $1M+ and more than 300 campaign prospects rated $5M+. The Director’s focus will be identifying, cultivating, soliciting and closing first time 5- and 6-figure major gift donors from this pipeline and positioning the highest rated prospects for Campaign commitments in the next 12-36 months in advance of the public phase. To achieve fundraising goals, the Director will effectively manage the participation and involvement of volunteers, faculty, staff and other senior university executives with fundraising efforts, including developing individualized donor strategies, preparing strategic briefings prior to visits, and arranging for appropriate follow-up.
Working closely with the Associate Vice President of Development, the Dean for the School of Nursing and Health Professions and the Dean for the School of Education, the Director of Development manages relationships and secures support from donors capable of making gifts in excess of $100,000 with a yearly goal of $800,000.00 to $1,000,000.00. A key focus of this role will be expanding the major gift pipeline for the School of Nursing and Health Professions and the School of Education and engaging donors in USF’s upcoming comprehensive campaign.
Director Of The Eleanor Mann School Of Nursing
The Director will support the mission and vision of the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing, the College of Education and Health Professions and the greater University. He/She will be responsible for the daily operations of the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing.
Promoting excellence in department programs within the University is expected. The Director will represent the department to build and maintain collaborative relationships with local hospitals, clinics, and other health-care related professions. He/She is expected to create an environment that promotes and supports teaching, service and research appropriate for the faculty members’ roles, responsibilities and expectations.
School Director (2018-19 School Year)
Position Title: School Director (2018-19 School Year)
Location: 17116 Olympia, Redford, MI 48240
Reports To: Vice President & Chief Schools Officer
Why join the Distinctive Schools Team:
We foster a love of learning from the very first day of school
We create next generation learning environments for students in the 21st century
We empower students, families and staff to contribute to our mission in a meaningful way
We love to laugh and have a good time
We offer a great benefits package (Medical; Dental; Vision; PTO; 403b)
A Distinctive Schools School Director is the instructional and operational leader of a Distinctive Schools campus. School Directors serve in a role similar to that of school principal- supervising and maintaining all campus functions including school budgets, staffing decisions, and parent communication. The School Director also develops and executes the campus vision, mission and strategic plan. He/She will:
Campus Vision & Mission
Develop and execute the campus vision, mission, and strategic plan
Uphold a positive climate and culture across the building and community
Finances & Operations
Maintain systems and processes that support school functioning, finances, and safety
Oversee and manage all budget decisions
Oversee all school operations and facilities
Oversee campus compliance
Oversee student enrollment
Supervision of all campus personnel, facilities, and operations
Oversee compliance and accountability of staff members
Hire and approve all hiring decisions
Oversee the Student Services Team
Uphold all components outlined in the CICS West Belden handbook
Oversee, support, and approve all final disciplinary decisions
Uphold the Distinctive Schools instructional model
Serve as instructional leader for all teaching staff
Lead personalized learning vision and model
Conduct formal observations for all teachers
Oversee personalized professional learning for staff
Send weekly memos to staff
Communicate with all stakeholders, including families, community members, and outside partners
Oversee all after-school programming
Coordinate and help lead all visits and tours
Coordinate and lead all Title 1 funds for families
Coordinate and help lead special events at the school
Oversee the Parent Teacher League (PTL)
Oversee the Bilingual Advisory Committee
Organize all grant proposals
State of Michigan Professional Educators Certificate
State of Michigan School Administrator Certificate
5 years prior experience in school setting
Distinctive Schools is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other personal characteristic protected by applicable law.
Program Director School Guidance, School Adjustment Counselor, And The 4+1 Program
Program Director School Guidance, School Adjustment Counselor, and the 4+1 Program ABOUT AIC
American International College is a private, coeducational institution of higher education located on a 70+ acre campus in Springfield, Massachusetts. The campus has 42 buildings on two sites approximately 1/2 mile apart with a total of approximately 660,000 gross square feet. Included in the inventory of buildings are student residences for a resident population of 900 students. Founded in 1885, the College has 3700 graduate and undergraduate students. AIC offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs through the Schools of Business, Arts and Sciences; Health Sciences; and Education. The mission of the College is to transform student lives through career focused learning, with a strong foundation in the liberal arts, a commitment to serving the community, and a high level of involvement in the global economy.
JOB DESCRIPTIONESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Creates and maintains dynamic outcomes-assessment strategies, and maintains exemplary Blackboard Shell curriculum for all program-specific courses. Review, Revise and Redesign of all program-specific curriculum in accordance with State Standards for Educator preparation programs. Prepares program assessment data, analysis and recommendations to Dean's Advisory Council; Prepares external and internal reports for program review.
Maintain consistent and continuous communication with all candidates. Design and facilitate candidate workshops and culminating experiences. Provides advising and guidance to candidates regarding specific program, licensure, and career orientation. Review and approve final transcripts for graduation and program/degree completion.
Develop and provides professional development activities for Regional Administrators and all faculty; Responsible for formation, tasking, and organization of program-specific work groups. Oversees all program components; Works with Supervisor of Academic Advisors in recommending and providing staff development and training for staff utilizing workshops, technology training, and field-specific communication strategies. Director is expected to champion the creation, development, and implementation of unique strategies that support and prepare today's educators, counselors, and administrators to be responsive to the challenges of 21st century through scholarly endeavors, including traditional research, grant-writing, community-engaged scholarship, and innovative pedagogies.
Collection and review of faculty supervision and evaluations for decisions related to rehire and assignment. Vet and assign teaching responsibilities/courses to full-time and adjunct faculty.
Responsible for program growth and expansion of outreach and recruitment in assigned programs. Recommends budgetary recommendations to the Dean. Arrange attendance of faculty at recruiting, grantsmanship, and other events on the behalf of the School of Education. Assist with DESE and CAEP accreditation; Coordinate the completion of academic and governance tasks required of academic area members within the division. Represent the department to internal and external academic communities, alumni, business and industry, government, foundations, and the general community; and Promote and enhance the image of the School of Education through participation in appropriate professional and academic organizations.
Supervision and/or over site of all Practicum and Fieldwork Experiences for candidates in assigned programs.
Other duties as assigned.
Required Degree(s): Earned Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Teacher Education, or School Psychology.
Preferred Degree(s): Earned Ph.D. or Ed.D. in Teacher Education, or School Psychology.
Required Field of Expertise: Teacher Education, Counseling, or School Psychology.
Preferred Field of Expertise: Teacher Education, Counseling, or School Psychology.
Required Training/Cert: Licensure in PK-12 school system: Special Education, School Guidance Counseling, or School Adjustment Counseling.
Required Licensure(s): Successful college/university teaching experience; Strong supervisory skills; Demonstrated commitment to diversity and multicultural teaching/learning.
Successful college/university teaching experience; Strong supervisory skills; Demonstrated commitment to diversity and multicultural teaching/learning; Experience with CAP and Candidate Assessment
Demonstrated content and pedagogical knowledge; will be able to facilitate interdisciplinary approaches to funded research. Experience in curriculum design at the collegiate level.
Familiarity with the program review and accreditation process at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Ability to set goals, plan strategies, organize resources and execute work under conditions of excessive stress. Demonstrated ability to administer programs.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including in the writing of curriculum materials at the higher education level.
This is a full time, twelve (12) month, exempt position not limited to 35 hours per week. Normal Office Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with hours of work flexible to the needs of the department.
Qualified applicants should save and submit a brief cover letter, current resume, and contact information for three professional references (one of which must be a current or prior supervisor) as one document. Upload the saved document into the online application.
Administrative Assistant For The Catherine Mcauley School Of Nursing
I. Primary Functions
This individual reports directly and serves as the confidential administrative assistant to the Dean of Catherine McAuley School of Nursing. In this role, the administrative assistant manages a variety of administrative tasks and functions in Academic Affairs, including but not limited to communicating with internal and external constituents, producing and tracking office correspondence, maintenance of confidential files and records, scheduling appointments and meetings, serving as the office receptionist, and working with internal and external constituents to support the successful functioning of the office.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of the principles of office management and of modern office procedures, systems and equipment.
Ability to answer Nursing Department work related questions; and/or interpret and apply guidelines correctly in various situations
Knowledge of business English with the ability to write in complete sentences using appropriate words, correct grammar, punctuation and spelling.
Ability to use independent judgment and discretion.
Detailed-oriented with skills in proofreading materials and data entry to ensure accuracy.
Oral and written skills to convey ideas, facts, and information effectively and accurately to students, staff, faculty, and the general public.
Ability to identify what information is needed by others for effective actions.
Ability to maintain confidential and sensitive information.
Ability to develop and maintain filing systems.
Knowledge of accounting principles.
Ability to deal with internal and external customers in a tactful and courteous manner.
Ability to devise or adopt office procedures to changing organizational needs.
Ability to organize and coordinate functions and tasks, with frequent interruptions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships internally and externally.
Well-organized and self-directed.
Ability both to take initiative and follow-through.
Ability to perform basic mathematic calculations.
II. Minimum Qualifications
Minimal qualifications include an associate degree Business or related field; Bachelor's degree in business preferred
Minimum 3-5 years' experience in a busy administrative role preferably in Higher Education and Nursing field
Demonstrates a high degree of competence using Microsoft Office programs (e.g., Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.)
Demonstrates excellent communication and time management skills.
Strong interpersonal communication skills
Evidence of Administrative writing skills
Problem solving skills
Experience in a health care setting preferred
Communication skills verbal and written
Prioritizing planning and organizing
Attention to detail, accuracy and timely completion of tasks
Flexibility and adaptability
Ability to work effectively in a team environment and individually
Computer skills and knowledge of related software
Ability to interact with administration, faculty, staff and students
III. Specific Duties
A. Correspondence - receives, reviews, tracks, routes and provides follow-up disposition for incoming and outgoing correspondence for the assigned Dean. Creates new correspondence as needed.
Assembling NCLEX reimbursements
Responsible for ordering supplies and materials for the department
Prepares written response to routine inquiries
Formatting and submission of course syllabi
Sends acceptance, dismissal, denial, and repeat letters to students at the beginning and end of each semester
Assists with managing student rankings
Update and distribute faculty addresses, offices and lockbox information
Prepare and distribute pinning information to BSN, AAS & PN students and order student pins
Send out surveys for all nursing programs from previous semesters
Assist Clinical Coordinator with updating and copying clinical evaluations for all nursing programs
Assists Clinical Coordinator with updating clinical affiliation agreements
Assemble and send orientation letters/packets to students
Send End of Program survey, NCLEX reimbursement information, NCLEX state forms, summative evaluations to fourth level faculty
Other types of correspondence as required
B. Receptionist -
Perform general clerical duties including organizing, filing, shredding and photocopying documents and files, etc.
Compose written correspondence and materials; create and update all departmental forms and prepare for web; prepare minutes, reports, statistical data, and other materials pertaining to the Nursing program.
Responsible for answering phones, responding to voice or e-mail messages, as well as sending and receiving faxes.
Initiate, process and track departmental forms such as purchase orders, personnel requisitions, travel authorization forms, supply requisitions, printing requests, travel expense reimbursement vouchers.
Schedule appointments, meetings, send out meeting notices, arrange for catering services, make travel arrangements, and maintain the department calendar.
Manage distribution of all incoming and outgoing mail; screen and respond as necessary. Assemble attachments and corresponding material. Review outgoing material for completeness, dates, and signatures.
C. Scheduling and Event Planning
- Coordinates functions, events, meetings and appointments for Dean/Associate Dean of Nursing using Microsoft Outlook calendar functions. Develops, plans and implements special group meetings and events in support of Nursing School as assigned, including accreditation visits.
D. Communication - serves as the 'point person' for inter-office communication activities with respect to communication needs and/or specific requests. Answers requests for information which may include researching, analyzing and summarizing data from files and records, including requests from faculty, student, staff and administrators. Answers and screens calls, takes messages, and refers callers as appropriate.
Develops a system and maintains files housed in the School of Nursing's area for completeness, accuracy, and currency.
Update and keeping accreditation files up-to-date documents in the evidence room
Maintain inventory of office & clinical supplies
F. Reporting and Communication
- As requested, works in the college's administrative database system (CAMS) to gather data / information and to run reports. Uses information from the data gathered and/or report to assist with communicating with students, faculty, staff and administration. Responsible for compilation of data with regards to the NYS Department of Education and the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. Updates and edits information on division website.
G. Maintenance of Academic Affairs Information
- Keep track of information relating to upcoming site visits, events, and internal and external requests for information.
H. Processing Financial Requisitions
- Processes financial requisitions or reimbursement submitted by faculty, program directors and deans as requested.
I. Coordination and Assistance
- Works with Dean/Associate Dean to assist in their day-to-day interactions, which includes elements of scheduling and communication. Coordinates and researches materials needed to review student requests and concerns.
J. Note Taking
- Provides assistance with note-taking for meetings and conference calls as requested.
K. Special Assignments/Projects
- Takes on special assignments and projects as requested to support the ongoing effectiveness of the School of Nursing area.
L. Other duties as assigned.
IV. Supervision of Others
- Not applicable to this position
A. Collaborates with college students, faculty, staff and administration as needed, including other administrative assistants, academic program directors, deans and college administrators.
VI. Job Specific Competencies:
A commitment to Trocaire College's mission and vision.
Full knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat functionality and ability to apply that knowledge in day-to-day tasks.
Working knowledge of the college's administrative database system (CAMS) to include data input, export and report generation as required.
Strong organizational skills including the ability to multi-task and handle high volume workload.
Communicates effectively with other college department personnel
Ability to resolve administrative problems and inquiries
Prepares and modifies documents including correspondence and reports
Ability to organize and maintain nursing records
Coordinates and schedules all department activities
Schedules and coordinates meetings, appointments and travel arrangements for the Dean and Associate dean of Nursing
Assists the Dean of Nursing with the department budget track nursing department spending
Coordinates monthly and end-of-semester readmission notifications
Assists in development and implementation of process improvement initiatives- i.e. design forms to streamline process, audit department processes for effectiveness and efficiency
VIII. Position Specifications and Working Conditions
A. The physical demands and the work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
B. Administrative Assistants perform most of their work in office settings, some physical effort is required.
C. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to see, talk and hear. The employee is frequently required to sit and use hands along with fingers to handle or feel. The employee is required to stand, walk and reach with hands and arms, climb or balance or stoop. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate
D. Travel may be required for attendance at meetings off-campus, including attendance at training sessions, conferences or workshops.
To Apply, please complete the application at: http://trocaire.applicantpro.com/jobs/ and upload your cover letter outlining your relevant experience, current resume, contact information for at least three (3) professional references and a copy of your transcript. This documentation must be submitted for employment consideration. If hired an official transcript is required within 30 days of hire.
Assistant Band Director - Lamar Middle School (2018-2019 School Year)
Position is for the 2018-2019 school year. SUMMARY
To provide students with appropriate learning activities and experiences designed to fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. To enable students to develop skills to function successfully in society.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
Develops and implements plans for curriculum program which provides for effective teaching strategies.
Develops, selects, and modifies instructional plans and materials to meet the needs of all students.
Presents the subject matter according to guidelines established by Texas Education Agency, Board of Trustees policies, and administrative regulations.
Maintains appropriate records and follows required procedures and practices.
Employs a variety of instructional techniques and media consistent with the needs and capabilities of the student groups involved.
Plans and implements a program of instruction that adheres to the district's philosophy, goals, and objectives as outlined in the adopted course of study.
Monitors appropriate use and care of equipment, materials, and facilities.
Plans and supervises purposeful assignments for teachers aide(s) and/or other volunteer(s).
Maintains regular, on-time attendance.
Keeps current in subject matter knowledge and learning theory and is willing to share this knowledge for the continual improvement of the school's curriculum.
Encourages student enthusiasm for the learning process and the development of good study habits.
Provides progress and interim reports as required.
Assumes responsibility for extracurricular activities, as assigned, and may sponsor outside activities approved by the school.
Presents for students a positive role model that supports the mission of the school and district.
Provides an atmosphere and environment conducive to the intellectual, physical, social, and emotional development of children.
Develops, in accordance with the district and building guidelines, reasonable rules of classroom behavior and appropriate discipline techniques, which are consistently applied.
Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities.
Assists in the selection of books, equipment, and other instructional materials.
Communicates and interacts with students, parents, staff and the community in a positive manner.
Maintains a professional relationship with all colleagues, students, parents, and community members.
Uses acceptable communication skills to present information accurately and clearly.
Participates in the district's professional development program.
Strives to maintain and improve professional competence through attendance at workshops, seminars, conferences, and/or advanced course work at institutions of higher learning.
Demonstrates behavior that is professional, ethical, and responsible.
Keeps informed of and complies with state, district, and schools regulations and policies for classroom teachers.
Compiles, maintains, and files all reports, records, and other documents required.
Attends staff, department, and committee meetings as required.
Prepares and administers a variety of teaching techniques, such as hands-on, student interaction, lectures, group work, etc., to present subject matter to the class.
Demonstrates and utilizes technology and audiovisual teaching aids to present subject matter to class.
Prepares, administers, and corrects tests, and records results.
Assigns lessons, corrects papers, and hears oral presentations.
Teaches rules of conduct and social skills.
Counsels pupils with adjustment and academic problems.
Discusses pupil's academic and behavioral attitudes and achievements with parents.
Maintains grade records as required by school.
Maintains accurate attendance records and identifies chronic attendance problems that affect student learning.
Coordinates class field trips.
Maintains order and discipline in classroom.
Maintains order on playground.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Principal and/or Assistant Principal.
May supervise one or more teacher's aide(s) and/or volunteer(s). Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include training employees/volunteers; planning, assigning, and directing work; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. There may be alternatives to the below qualifications as the Board of trustees may find appropriate. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from students, administration, staff, parents, and the general public.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
Valid Texas Teaching Certificate
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to sit; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to walk. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, and ability to adjust focus.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to travel to multiple campuses, as assigned and is occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Employee may also be required to occasionally travel out-of-district for school functions and/or activities.
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director 9-12 12 Month (For 2018/2019 School Year) 3/6/2018
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