Director School Of Nursing Job Description Sample
Assistant Director Of Development Services - School Of Nursing
Job Requisition ID:
033000:DAR: Health Sciences
Job Description: The Assistant Director of Development Services for the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Development and Alumni Relations Office will be responsible for providing operational support including customer service, event support, and student/volunteer management. The Assistant Director is central to ensuring efficiency within the Development and Alumni Relations office by searching for best practices, streamlining processes, and maintaining priorities.
The Assistant Director must have strong technical skills as well as a strong focus on customer service as he/she is often times the first person the alum/donor meets. The position reports to the Associate Dean of Development and Alumni Relations for the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, and is part of a highly dedicated team that is committed to advancing the mission of Emory University and the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing through alumni (and friends) engagement and financial support. Primary Duties include, but are not limited to:
Customer Service: • Serve as a front-line contact for alumni, donors, faculty, staff, students, affinity, and outside agencies • Answers, screens and routes incoming telephone calls with a goal of satisfying the caller
Events: • Assists coordination of event planning and support for alumni and donor events including Homecoming, reunions, career networking events, affinity luncheons, meetings, and special celebrations ranging up to 200+ attendees • Serves as pre-planning and on-site co-lead and lead for events for department staff and volunteers • Develop and/or maintain RSVP tracking, attendance, and follow up event data for program evaluation • Develops promotional items to use for events and individual meetings balancing price points and specific objectives of initiative
Staff & Volunteer Management: • Lead recruitment, training, daily supervision, and evaluation of student interns in concert with the Associate Dean • Lead daily coordination and management of DAR volunteers (including alumni and emeritus faculty) for office projects including stewardship outreach, historical/archival projects, etc. • Coordinate volunteers for events including Homecoming, fundraising, stewardship, and Nursing Alumni Association activities
Strategy: • Assist in developing customized goals, strategic plan, and deadlines for each event • Researches and creates donor & event briefing materials for SON DAR and NHWSN/University leadership • Prepares event analysis and follow-up • Proactively seeks systems/processes to streamline and enhance the overall workflow of the department • Collects, organizes and analyzes data • Prepares charts, graphs, and reports to help inform decisions/strategy • Monitor annual budget, track and analyze event/program budgets • Assist with the coordination and build out of specialty and departmental correspondence from the school to its constituents
Office Management: • Manage data entry for alumni research/updates, event records and registration, database maintenance; build queries and reports as needed • Provide weekly summary reports of gifts/pledges made, budget updates • Manage office inventory and promotional giveaways • Maintain a comprehensive position handbook along with intern and volunteer handbook • Establishes and maintains electronic and paper filing systems for department to ensure information and supplies remain organized, refreshed and easily retrievable; • Maintains calendar, prepare daily schedule and prioritize meeting requests for the manager; • Maintains accounting functions, reconciliation, and reporting data (process invoices, handle purchase orders, prepare expense reports) • Processes gifts and event payments • Coordinates travel arrangements and arrange travel itinerary JOB DESCRIPTION: Coordinates operational support for a development and alumni relations program in a school or unit.
Develops plans and objectives to ensure success of the program while working with departments within the school or unit as well as central service units to build mutually beneficial relationships, improve communication and collaborative teamwork, and increase campus understanding of the development process. Writes/creates briefings, reports, letters, and other materials for the team. Manages multiple projects supporting the fundraising goals of the school/unit.
Provides guidance with entering data and updating reports in CRM system, and ensuring gifts are processed appropriately. May provide administrative and event support. May administer budgets. Performs other related duties as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelors and 2 years of experience in an office setting, OR an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Operating Unit/Division: Ofc of Dev & Alumni Relations
Job Title: Assistant Director of Development Services - School of Nursing
This position involves:: Not Applicable
Preferred Qualifications: Excellent verbal and strong interpersonal skills required as position is frontline to alumni, donors, and other customers. Seeking a positive, customer focused candidate with a flexible and creative attitude responsible for administrative duties as well as strategic, event, and management oversight.
Experience in a similar work environment, proficient skills in Microsoft Office and administrative (processing, email communication, calendar, spreadsheet, and presentation skills), skills in accounting, strong communication skills, and a friendly, team focused disposition is required. The successful candidate must have the ability to multi-task and to prioritize, completing projects on time. The person should be self-motivated with an eagerness to continually learn new skills. The candidate must be highly ethical with the ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive data. Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary:
Regular Minimum Hourly Rate $: 23.413462 Midpoint Hourly Rate $: 31.298077 Minimum Annual Rate $:
48700 Midpoint Annual Rate $: 65100 Emory University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all applicable Federal and Georgia State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action in its programs and activities. Emory University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ethnic or national origin, gender, genetic information, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and veteran's status.
Inquiries should be directed to the Office of Equity and Inclusion, 201 Dowman Drive, Administration Bldg, Atlanta, GA 30322. Telephone: 404-727-9867 (V) | 404-712-2049 (TDD).
Director Of Development, School Of Nursing And Health Professions | School Of Education
Job Summary 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. Job Responsibilities The Director of Development will be tasked with growing a major gifts program at the School of Nursing and Health Professions and the School of Education rooted in the best practices of the development and fundraising industry. Key duties and responsibilities for this assignment include:
Manage a portfolio of 150-200 prospects located regionally and nationally among the School of Education and School of Nursing and Health Professions, creating a healthy pipeline of donor prospects through the donor cycle, raising between $800,000 and $1,000,000.
Developing ongoing personal relationships with those prospects as well as internally with stakeholders who can support the deepening of those relationships and securing revenue in support of the School of Nursing and Health Professions, the School of Education and other University priorities.
Coordinating all development activity and communication with the School of Nursing and Health Professions, the School of Education and the leaders in those units.
Staffs the campaign committees for the School of Nursing and Health Professions and the School of Education. Staffing responsibilities include identifying and helping to recruit committee members and playing an integral role in managing and deepening relationships with the committee members.
With the Vice President of Development, the Associate Vice President of Development, the Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Professions and the Dean of the School of Education, establish a five-year strategy to substantially grow contributions at all levels and through all channels to the Schools, increasing the number and amount of major gifts the Schools receive annually. A critical component of this strategy will be securing major gifts from non-alumni. As a result of all of these and related efforts, the goal is to increase the size of the managed portfolio by at least 25% in the first year.
Collaborating with the Director of Corporation and Foundation Relations, Director of Gift Planning and the Annual Fund staff to ensure coordination with other giving programs.
Participating in Development division team efforts including solicitation strategy teams for key prospects and internal planning efforts.
Working closely with the Dean for the School of Nursing and Health Professions, the Dean for the School of Education and executive staff to communicate development priorities and secure gifts from key constituents.
Remaining current on programs and faculty/research/student initiatives in the School of Nursing and Health Professions, the School of Education and at the University as a whole. Minimum Requirements * A minimum of a bachelor’s degree with a preference for candidates who have advanced degrees. * A minimum of 5 years of progressive and successful development experience in major gifts in the higher education arena, with preference for candidates who have experience with comprehensive campaigns.
Ability to understand the needs and interest of major/principal donors in order to develop relationships between them and the University, and a demonstrated track record of success with identifying, qualifying, soliciting and stewarding major and principal gift donors.
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including demonstrated writing and editing skills in the preparation of proposals, and in the drafting of related correspondence, often for the signature of institutional leaders.
Stellar relationship building skills and ability to build rapport with internal and external stakeholders around innovative ideas and programs.
Commitment to appropriate use of sensitive and confidential constituent data.
Familiarity with relevant privacy laws.
Excellent time management and follow-up skills.
Ability to work well under deadline and to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Ability to establish and achieve quantified objectives.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Ability to travel around the region and to other areas of the country.
Must have a valid driver’s license. Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Self-starter with discipline in establishing and meeting personal and team goals.
Mission-driven and identifies with the Jesuit principles and goals of USF.
Possesses a high degree of emotional intelligence, diplomacy, and self-awareness.
Creative, hardworking and committed to successful fundraising.
Highly attentive to detail.
Sense of humor.
Strong communication, organization, and strategic thinking skills.
Collaborative and transparent with ability to make independent decisions when appropriate. Special Instructions to Applicants About USF The University of San Francisco is located in the heart of one of the world’s most innovative and diverse cities, and is home to a vibrant academic community of students and faculty who achieve excellence in their fields. Its diverse student body enjoys direct access to faculty, small classes and outstanding opportunities in the city itself. USF is San Francisco’s first university, and its Jesuit Catholic mission helps ignite a student’s passion for social justice and a desire to “Change the World From Here.” For more information, visit www.usfca.edu. EEO Policy The University is an equal opportunity institution of higher education. The University does not discriminate in employment, educational services and academic programs on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, religious creed, ancestry, national origin, age (except minors), sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related and genetic-related) and disability, and the other bases prohibited by law. The University reasonably accommodates qualified individuals with disabilities under the law. Requisition Number: 2017-1333Staff
Job Title:* Director of Development, School of Nursing and Health Professions | School of Education
Job Location:* Main Campus - Hilltop
Salary Type:* Exempt
Job Type:* Full-Time
Union Type:* Non Union
Travel:* Up to 75% Work Environment: Office
Job Open Date:* 08/29/2017 Posted until Filled: Yes
Fair Chance Ordinance:* Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. For more information visit: http://sfgov.org/olse/fair-chance-ordinance-fco.
Nursing Lab Coordinator, School Of Nursing
NURSING LAB COORDINATOR
MALCOLM X COLLEGE * Employing a talented and impassioned Faculty, staff and student body, Malcolm X College (MXC) is leading the charge with a focus on Health Sciences, while maintaining a positive commitment to exceptional instruction. Located near the Illinois Medical District, on the near west side of Chicago, Malcolm X College (MXC) programs offer accessible and affordable opportunities for academic advancement, career development, and personal enrichment. MXC offers one of the largest selections of health sciences degrees in Cook County. In January 2016, Malcolm X College opened a brand new $251 million state-of-the-art School of Health Sciences, featuring a virtual hospital, which also houses the new City Colleges of Chicago School of Nursing.
- We are currently seeking a Nursing Lab Coordinator to be part of the Nursing Lab team that is responsible for the organization and maintenance of the nursing laboratories for students to practice and acquire skills used in nursing. The Nursing Lab Coordinator also will demonstrate technical nursing skills for the students. *
Assists students in acquiring selected nursing skills by demonstrating the appropriate methods.
Creates a learning environment that will enhance students’ ability to use conceptual thinking and problem solving skills.
Works closely with departmental faculty to plan strategies that will increase the student(s) ability to meet clinical skill requirements.
Maintains the laboratory, keeps inventory, and orders various supplies and equipment.
Sets up labs for demonstration of clinical procedures and student practice.
Maintains records of student attendance and skill performance in the labs.
Bachelor's of Science in Nursing, current registered professional nursing license in the state of Illinois, supplemented by a minimum of two years experience in clinical nursing practice
Nursing practices and previous teaching experience CPR Instructor certification, preferred
Computer proficiency and experience working in clinical simulation labs and nursing clinical skills labs
Must be self-directed, innovative and able to assess current operations in an effort to develop practical action programs to improve the functioning of the department
Excellent verbal and written communication skills required with the ability to interact effectively with students
Must be able to work well within a culturally diverse environment with the ability to handle all situations with tact and diplomacy *
We Offer: Excellent benefits include full health benefits, retirement plan, investment plans, paid vacation/holidays and tuition reimbursement. For more detailed overview of benefits visit our benefits page. * Chicago residency is required for all full-time employees within 6 months of hire. * We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. * Thank you for your interest in City Colleges of Chicago!Job: Other
Primary Location:* Malcolm X College
Job Posting:* Nov 10, 2017, 5:13:20 PM
Req ID:* MAL0000909 Employee Type: Full Time
Union Code:* 1600Profes
School Of Nursing Vice Dean For Research
Position Description: For the Position of:
Vice Dean For Research University of Texas Health San Antonio, School of Nursing/Vice Dean for Research Overview of the School of Nursing The School of Nursing at UT Health San Antonio (UT Health SA) invites applications from distinguished scientists for the position of Vice Dean for Research starting in Fall 2018. The appointee will serve as a member of the School’s senior leadership team under the guidance of the Dean. The appointee will also represent the SON through participation in scientific and leadership teams at the institutional level.
The Vice Dean for Research will promote, advance and lead Nursing research programs within the School, across UT Health SA and our community and regional health partners. The UT Health SA School of Nursing (SON), one of five schools in a thriving South Texas Medical Center, is a vibrant, growing School dedicated to serving the South Texas community and beyond. Established in 1969 by founding Dean Dr.
Margretta Styles, the School offers B.S.N., M.S.N., D.N.P. and Ph.D. programs of study. The operating budget for FY 2016 is $801.8 million (revenues). The University’s schools of medicine, nursing, dentistry, health professions, and graduate biomedical sciences have produced more than 32,200 graduates. Designated by the U.S.
Department of Education as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, the Health Science Center consistently ranks among the top schools University of Texas Health San Antonio in the nation for graduating Hispanic healthcare providers. For more information on the many ways “We make lives better®,” visit uthscsa.edu. Serving patients in San Antonio and South Texas, the institution’s healthcare professionals work in more than 100 affiliated hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities across San Antonio, Laredo and the Rio Grande Valley.
More than 3,000 students, researchers, and post-doctoral students from around the world come to the UT Health Science Center of San Antonio to study, research, and discover new breakthroughs. The mission of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is to make lives better through excellence in education, research, healthcare, and community engagement. Under the supervision of the Vice Dean for Research, the Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship (ONRS), housed in the SON, mentors student and faculty investigators, fosters interprofessional collaborations and helps investigators meet regulatory compliance for engaging in research.
The programs of science are focused on improving outcomes in health disparities, population health, health care delivery, caregivers, and health services. Our faculty disseminate their research findings through publications and presentations at the state, national and global levels. Since 2015, the ONRS has increased research proposal submissions by 65%. Sources of research funding include NIH and other federal and non-federal agencies.
In the last year, the SON exceeded $2 million in total sponsored research awards. The SON strategic plan has established some ambitious goals for the ONRS aimed at expanding our research programs of excellence and distinction in advancing the promotion of human health and transformation of health care. In alignment with the strategic plan, the ONRS is expected to increase the number of faculty and students engaging in research, presentations, and collaboration with UT Health SA centers and institutes focused on health services and health care delivery.
The SON research administrative offices, wet lab and behavioral research areas are under renovations with an expected completion date of Sept 2018. In renovations plans are an innovative and collaborative work center, completely renovated BSL3 wet lab, behavioral observation and consent labs. The School of Nursing’s mission We develop diverse nurse leaders to improve health and health care, through education, research, practice, and community engagement.
The School of Nursing’s vision We make lives better by promoting health as an act of social justice. The School of Nursing’s core values • Innovation: We, the faculty, staff, and students of the UT Health School of Nursing, believe in delivering leading edge health care, education, research, and community service. • Diversity and Inclusion:
We believe in fostering an inclusive environment as a foundation to make health care available to all. • Ethic & Accountability: We believe in honoring the dignity of others through the accountability of our actions. • Advocacy: We believe in promoting healthy lifestyles and access to health care for all populations • Synergy:
We believe in inter-professional cooperation to improve health outcomes for all The SON’s diverse student body of over 900 students (600 undergraduate and 350 graduate) reflects the School’s commitment to educate the next generation of compassionate, culturally-proficient nursing health care professionals at all levels of nursing education. Almost 22% of nursing students are male, and over 54% represent the following groups: Hispanics; African American; Native American; Asian; and other groups.
There are more than 400 clinical affiliates (clinical rotation partners). The overall National Certified Licensing Board (NCLEX) pass rate is greater than the national norm. Students and faculty benefit from a state-of-the-art 7,281-square foot Clinical Simulation Center equipped with specialty rooms and computerized simulation mannequins. The UT Health SA SON is at the forefront of nursing education through innovative teaching, quality research, compassionate care and community service for our South Texas community and the world.
The SON is the only school in the region to offer doctorate nursing degrees. The School educates future nurse care providers, but more importantly, serving as the “leadership pipeline” for faculty, clinical leaders and specialists, nurse practitioners, and nurse scientists. The School has over talented 100 faculty members and has 7 Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN). All Nurse Practitioner faculty maintain a faculty practice.
SON has one Center of Excellence, the Center for Community-Based Health Promotion with Women and Children. The School also has international memoranda of understanding with the following institutions: Chiang Mai University, Mahidol University and Thammaset University in Thailand; Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon in Mexico; University of Kuopio in Finland; King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences of Saudi Arabia; Saglik Bilimleri University of Turkey; Deakin University of Australia; University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Vietnam and University Autonama de Coahuila of Satillo Mexico.
- The Vice Dean for Research will have unparalleled opportunities to continue her/his own research programs and to provide research leadership for one of the leading schools of Nursing in the nation. Extensive UT system, campus and school support includes a readily available laboratory space, core facilities and services, and multiple collaborations.
The Vice Dean for Research is expected to promote a culture that values research and scholarly activity through faculty and student mentorship and development of new research programs. The Vice Dean will work strategically to support, institutes, centers, and other units in developing their research portfolios by investing in research infrastructure, support services, and identifying funding opportunities both internally and externally. It is expected that the Vice Dean will work collaboratively with research deans from the other 4 schools on campus in support of collaborative research endeavors.
In addition to leading and engaging in strategic research efforts, the Vice Dean will oversee the administration of the nursing student research enrichment and academic activities. Preference will be given to applicants with research programs and funding in the areas of neuroscience, dementia, caring for the care giver, addiction or cancer.
*Functions and Duties
The Vice Dean for Research is a nationally/internationally known nurse researcher with an established record of funded research and research-based publications. The Vice Dean for Research provides transformational leadership in the research mission of the school.
The Vice Dean administers grant development activities and resources through the Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship (ONRS), establishing and managing a budget, staff, and appropriate resource materials for faculty and student use; maintains an active program of research and mentors faculty, students , and community scholars in developing programs of research; works collaboratively with UT Health SA colleagues, community counterparts in San Antonio, South Texas, and multicampus sites in nursing research efforts; advocates for scientific integrity in proposal writing, establishes research goals in concert with the research faculty, and consistent with those of the University. The Vice Dean for Research works closely with the other SON Vice Deans to assist faculty in their professional development and research goals by embracing the complexities of the school’s three missions: education, research, practice/service. • Administers resources, staff, budget and activities for the Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship. • Develops and administers research resources, activities, and liaisons for the School. • Mentors faculty and students in development of programs of research. • Establishes interdisciplinary relationships and activities in the HSC and Community. • Promotes research collaboration between School and Professional Community. • Mentors faculty and students in grantsmanship, grants management/coordination, and report writing. • Identifies funding priorities and resources for grants, research development, and pre- and post-doctoral support. • Convenes review boards, when appropriate, for research-related grants and awards. • Maintains database on faculty grant applications and funding for annual and periodic reports. • Evaluates research efforts and productivity of the School. • Gives input to SON Vice Deans and Associate Deans for evaluation of faculty research activity. • Coordinates internal research activities and seed grant reviews in the School. • Serves as liaison between research in the School and that of affiliated agencies. • Oversees the ORNS staff as they assist faculty and students in preparation of IRB and grant review forms. • Serves as spokesperson for research activities of the School of Nursing in national and international research forums and conferences. • Actively participates in research-related professional organizations, publication, and grant-review bodies. • Carries on active program of research, publication, and grantsmanship. • Fulfills teaching responsibilities appropriate to expertise • Participates in curriculum revisions related to research across all programs • Collaborates with Executive team • Provides Staff Support for ONRS scholarship committees • Upon invitation attends curriculum meetings • Appreciates and encourages diversity among the faculty and students (all sorts of diversity, race, gender, age, geography, etc)
Functions related to PhD Studies* The Vice Dean for Research works closely with the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences to promote, maintain, and expand doctoral studies. The Vice Dean for Research is knowledgeable about the doctoral curriculum, admission criteria, and supporting cognate requirements.
As administrator of the School’s research mission and steward of grant development resources, the Vice Dean for Research facilitates integration of doctoral students into faculty programs of research with the SON and the Health Science Center. Doctoral students are considered a part of the community of scholars and are kept informed about research development, funding, and scientific news through the Office of Nursing Research and Scholarship. • Participates in doctoral student selection process. • Coordinates recruitment of doctoral student applicants from a national pool. • Assures match between doctoral student applicants and faculty resources. • Involves doctoral students in School’s research mission. • Advises and consults with doctoral students on clarifying research ideas, planning research projects, focusing dissertation topics. • Seeks opportunities to include students as part of faculty research teams in grant proposals. • Provides student consultation and office support for student training and research grant applications. • Maintains database for faculty and doctoral student research, instrumentation, and dissertation studies as well as funding applications. • Provides a forum and environment for faculty-student collaboration in scholarly endeavors. Desired Qualifications UT Health San Antonio seeks a leader with intellectual breadth, strong interpersonal skills, demonstrated expertise in research-driven programs and policies, and experience leading complex teams and/or organizations. • PhD from an accredited university required not necessarily in Nursing. • Background and experiences consistent with appointment at rank of Full Professor with tenure • Successful history of securing extramural research funding etc. (NIH/CDC). Preferred research focus should be in neuroscience, dementia, caring for the caregiver, addiction or cancer • Experienced in research and grant development/evaluation • Experienced in program administration • Significant experience in academic/research leadership and administration • Sensitivity to the perspectives and values of faculty and a proven desire to inspire, motivate, and provide leadership to students, faculty, and partners • Demonstrated commitment to cultural diversity, inclusion, gender equity, and social justice • Successful performance in an academic health science center research institution and demonstrated desire to work with diverse faculty, staff, and students • Demonstrated innovative leadership in research program development • Knowledge of and experience with compliance and regulatory requirements • Demonstrated management skills, including budgeting • Strong collaborative skills • Personal integrity • Flexibility To apply, please include in your submission: 1.
Letter outlining interest and experience 2. Current curriculum vitae 3. Names and contact information for three references; one of these must be a recent supervisor. (References will not be contacted without the candidate’s permission) 4.
An original transcript of terminal degree mailed to: UT Health Science Center San Antonio – School of Nursing Office of Faculty Affairs and Diversity Attn: Faculty Recruitment 7703 Floyd Curl Dr – Mail Stop 7950 San Antonio TX 78229 Applicants may apply on-line to Diversity Search at http://firstname.lastname@example.org San Antonio is a culturally diverse, exciting city that is a destination for professionals and tourists.
The major economic component of the 7th largest US city is healthcare. All faculty appointments are designated as security sensitive positions. The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer including protected Veterans and persons with disabilities Search Team:
Andrew C. Wheeler Practice Leader, Education and Not-for-Profit Practice and Managing Director (215) 656-3548 email@example.com Pete Gillin Managing Director (215) 656-3556 Peter.firstname.lastname@example.org Abby Rudman Vice President and Senior Associate (215) 656-3559 Abby.Rudman@divsearch.com Karen A. Engel Executive Assistant (215) 656-3557 Karen.email@example.com Diversified Search One Commerce Square 2005 Market Street, Suite 3300 Philadelphia, PA 19103 www.diversifiedsearch.com Fax: 215-568-8399 Search #13201
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Title:School of Nursing Vice Dean for Research
Administrative Assistant, School Of Nursing
Passion…Inspiration…Innovation…Do you live by those? If yes, read on… At Stratford University employees take enormous pride in their work and the work of the University. Stratford is not just your next job -- it is a career where employees find their true calling and feel tremendous joy in making a difference in the lives of others. Every employee is empowered and encouraged to contribute innovative ideas to enhance the student experience and learning outcomes. This is made evident by our motto, “Changing lives, one student at a time.” Visit our University blog at http://www.stratford.edu/blog
The Administrative Assistant, School of Nursing is like the air traffic controller for the multitude of administrative tasks and functions supporting the operations, academics and University Program Director of Nursing. You are a great team player, leader, organizer and facilitator. Reporting directly to the University Program Director of Nursing you will work independently performing a wide range of complex and confidential administrative and clerical support duties with significant impact on the School of Nursing operations. You monitor, manage and ensure that all loose ends at Stratford’s School of Nursing are promptly and equitably handled and you are the “backbone” of the department. The role may require you to be the customer relations liaison between staff, faculty, students, vendors and customers Essential Job Functions:
Work with University Administration, peer institutions, the community and prospective students in the critical areas of recruitment, retention and placement.
Foster an environment of teamwork, collaboration and cooperation while creating a shared vision for the School of Nursing.
Organize and prepare meeting minutes, and coordinate appointments and calendars
Welcome and resolve problems, questions, concerns and issues effectively
Communicate with customers proactively and cooperatively
Participate in administrative management
Prepare and revise presentations, reports and other documents
File loose forms in student records
Set up and maintain nursing student progression plans in computer hard drive and hard copy’s.
Organize student folders.
Type up nursing equipment and supply invoices.
Answer nursing department phone when faculty are teaching.
Serve as receptionist –Schedule appointments for students with nursing administration and faculty, greet walk-in students and those with appointments.
Plan nursing events – pinning ceremony and advisory board (PAC) meetings– which includes sending out invitations, setting up event, and ordering food and decorations
Set-up and plan adjunct faculty orientations – ordering of food, reserving rooms, and sending out invites
Maintain on-going inventory of office supplies for all nursing campus sites
Input clinical hours for VBON report quarterly reports.
Assist in preparation and file in notebooks the Virginia BON quarterly NCLEX reports
Record minutes at each nursing meeting and send out for review to the committee chairperson.
Maintain nursing notebooks of committee meeting minutes for all nursing campus sites.
Assist the nursing department prepare student files for the admissions committee and contact students who are interested in nursing who have undeclared majors.
Assist the nursing department prepare for open house and outside marketing events.
Assist with maintaining an updated website for the nursing department.
Assist with maintaining updated information on our social media sites.
Assist with faculty development activities.
Provide department tours as needed.
Assist in providing for photocopying needs of nursing faculty and staff
Assist in proctoring of course, ATI, and TEAS exams when needed.
Maintain nursing department full-time and adjunct faculty and staff rosters.
Maintain nursing student class lists and rosters.
Make copies of forms for faculty as needed. Input course evaluation per course and instructor. Print out the individual reports. The
Must possess excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to effectively recognize and resolve conflict.
Ability to foster and support innovation and excellence.
Ability to work effectively with and promote diverse populations
Must demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills.
Be an articulate and enthusiastic communicator.
Ability to foster an environment that will generate and maintain a positive moral and develop trust, confidence, and a positive working environment.
Ability to motivate faculty to engage in new and current initiatives and positive academic change.
Foster an environment of collaboration that meets industry standards. Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or higher will give you an advantage.
You will be able to share examples of how you’ve excelled in your roles during the past two years.
If you have basic knowledge of university academic rules and regulations, you will further separate yourself from the competition.
Must be able to meet deadlines in a timely manner.
Must work well with employees at all levels of the University, in addition to students and other customers.
Must be able to hand situations with tact, persuasiveness and diplomacy.
Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed.
Ability to travel, both to local campuses and to community events as needed. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified Stratford University is an Equal Opportunity Employer “Changing Lives…One Student at a Time” ID: 2017-3511 External Company URL: https://www.stratford.edu
Education Resource Specialist - PBL (19 Hrs Or Less/Week) School Of Nursing
Min Qualifications RN with Bachelor's Degree in Nursing. 4 years of clinical experience as a Registered Nurse and at least 1 year experience in education/staff development.
Responsible for the evaluation, development and coordination of educational activities for the assigned clinical area. Develop, monitor staff and evaluate the effectiveness of educational activities to ensure quality care for patients.
From $28.19 To $29.00 hourly This position is a BAND CODE: NS21
Specific Job Related Duties
Demonstrates skill as a clinical practitioner Serves as a role model for students in the laboratory setting Collaborates with nursing colleagues and other disciplines in the education setting to provide appropriate learning experiences for students Fosters an environment that is conducive to learning Effectively uses teaching methodologies in teaching/learning settings Documents and assist to evaluates student performance using approved course records and tools Facilitate integration and application of didactic content and concepts to selected laboratory experiences Facilitate student integration of nursing theory and the organizing framework of the School of Nursing into clinical practice Facilitate the application of students current skills and knowledge to new and unfamiliar experiences Facilitate students learning of clinical decision-making and critical thinking in simulation activities Guide students to demonstrate professional behavior at all times. Professional behavior includes accountability for own learning and respect for all individuals Immediately notify the Director of the Nursing Simulation Center of students who are not meeting performance expectations. In collaboration with Director of the Nursing Simulation Center and course coordinator, create a remediation plan for students in danger of failing laboratory and/or simulation activities Meet all UTMB compliance-training requirements within posted deadlines Coordinates equipment, supplies and resources for setup and breakdown of labs Assists with simulations setup, breakdown and running of simulations and necessary equipment Standard hospital, clinical, laboratory and/or office environments Moderate to extreme physical effort may be required, such as walking, standing, bending, and lifting materials, equipment, and transferring simulation mannequins from bed to chair and back to bed
This position is working 19 hours or less per week with no benefits. Must be flexible to work different days and hours each week. Preferred Skill/Competency
Microsoft Office Professional 2007 (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Access) Experience with clinical equipment Closing Statement
#nurse #educator Equal Employment Opportunity
UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Full/Part Time: Casual (
Public Health Nurse (Phn); School Nursing Clinical Supervisor
About The Position
The Clinical Supervisor provides expertise and support for the provision of school health services. Using clinical knowledge and judgment, the Clinical Supervisor will help coordinate school health services and act as a liaison between Ro Health nurses and support staff, school district nurses and personnel, and families to advocate for health care for the students we serve.
About Ro Health
Ro Health supplies school districts with RNs and LVNs to care for students with chronic conditions and special healthcare needs. We believe in taking great care of our nurses so they can focus on delivering exceptional care to the students we serve. Taking great care of our nurses means competitive pay, outstanding benefits, and clinical support. Ro Health is a Joint Commission Certified nurse staffing company. Ro Health is certified by the California Department of Education to provide nursing services to school districts, and Ro Health is a member of the National School Nurse Organization. We aim to be the leading provider of school health nursing services in the Country.
- Santa Clara County (San Jose).
Part Time with the opportunity to develop into Full Time (As cases grow)
- 7:30a-3:30 on-call,
- May need to drive to sites as needed during on-call hours.
- No weekends
- Monitor caseloads and provide leadership during peak periods
- Provide "On-Call" Services to nurses during school hours to help provide assessments of any issues that may arise.
- Implement a plan for ongoing in-services and staff development
- Teach Ro Health field nurses best practices and protocols
- Evaluate staff competency and provide training related to medication administration and health care procedures
- Provide troubleshooting for Ro Health field nurses
- Act as a liaison between school district nurses, Ro Health support staff and nurses, and family members
- Assist with the Ro Health employee evaluation process
- Assist with Quality Improvement Initiatives and the implementation of Corrective Action Plans
- Other assignments as needed
- Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN)
- Unrestricted and Current California RN licensure
- Public Health Certificate (School Nursing Credential Preferred)
- CPR (BLS) card which is current and up to date
- Current TB Test & Immunization
- Ability to pass background check
Adjunct/Part-Time Faculty; School Of Nursing
Position Number: EPTF50 Department:
College of Health & Human Svc (Col) Employment Type: Temporary - Part-time Months Per Year: 4 Essential Duties and
UNC Charlotte is accepting applications for adjunct or part-time faculty.
These positions are temporary and usually involve teaching a particular course or courses for a particular semester. These positions are temporary and do not accrue benefits. Responsibilities could include:
Developing and/or updating course syllabus, preparation of lectures, projects, or other student assignments, meeting all designated class periods, maintaining regularly scheduled office hours, grading student assignments and exams in a timely manner, submitting completed mid-semester progress reports and final grades according to University regulations. As an EOE/AA employer and an ADVANCE Institution that strives to create an academic climate in which the dignity of all individuals is respected and maintained, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte encourages applications from all underrepresented groups. Applicants subject to criminal background check.
Minimum Experience / Education: Faculty teaching undergraduate courses: doctorate or master’s degree in the teaching discipline or master’s degree with a minimum of 18 graduate semester hours in the teaching discipline. Faculty teaching graduate courses: earned doctorate / terminal degree in the teaching discipline or a related discipline.
UNC Charlotte gives primary consideration to the highest earned degree in the discipline. UNC Charlotte also considers competence, effectiveness, and capacity, including, as appropriate, undergraduate and graduate degrees, related work experiences in the field, professional licensure and certifications, honors and awards, continuous documented excellence in teaching, or other demonstrated competencies and achievements that contribute to effective teaching and student learning outcomes. Preferred Education Skills and Experience:
Doctoral preparation in nursing preferred; Master’s degree in nursing required for graduate level; Master’s degree preferred or at least 18 earned credit hours toward an MSN for undergraduate level. Current (within last 5 years) work experience in nursing and demonstrated competencies in area of nursing specialization required.
Nursing School New Graduate
_Application Deadline October 15, 2017 _
JOB SUMMARY: The Nursing School New Graduate is a fully competent practitioner of nursing. The incumbent is responsible for the practice of nursing according to the Rules and Regulations defined in the State of Maine Nurse Practice Act, Mercy Hospital Standards of Care/Practice, policies and procedures. The incumbent is responsible for the delivery of patient care to assigned patient on a nursing unit. The nurse, within a primary nursing model, plans, implements, and evaluates the nursing care for patients and families. The nurse addresses physical, spiritual, emotional and educational needs of the patient, and coordinates the plan of care with other healthcare professionals. The incumbent performs duties and tasks in accordance with performance standards established for the job. The incumbent is responsible for participation in and completion of all patient safety initiatives appropriate to the position. In addition, the incumbent conducts all job responsibilities according to the Mission and Values of Mercy Hospital
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Has current letter from the Maine State Board of Nursing showing evidence of having applied for licensure. (Authorization to Test Letter). Healthcare Provider/Professional Rescuer certification is required. Evidence of effective communication skills. Must Have, or be eligible to obtain, an active certification or licensure such as CNA, LPN, CST, Pharmacy Tech or other eligible licensure approved by VP of Nursing
Assistant, Associate, Or Full Professor - Nursing (Hunter-Bellevue School Of Nursing)
FACULTY VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT The Hunter College Bellevue School of Nursing is actively seeking an Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor. Duties will include: Performs teaching, research, and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise as noted below. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments, performing administrative, supervisory, and other functions as may be assigned. Classroom and clinical teaching of undergraduate and graduate students, with exact mix of responsibilities dependent upon level of appointment, area of clinical expertise, and scope of ongoing research activities. QUALIFICATIONS Ph.D. degree in nursing or related field. Also required are the ability to teach successfully, maintain an ongoing research program, and the ability to collaborate with others for the good of the institution. OTHER QUALIFICATIONS Certification as an advanced practice nurse; either CNS or NP. Expertise in one of the following specialty areas preferred: PNP, FNP, PMHNP. Academic teaching experience strongly preferred, and program of research required at associate and full professor levels. MS in nursing and PhD in nursing or related field. New York State license as a registered nurse required, and New York State Nurse Practitioner Licensure if applicable. COMPENSATION Commensurate with experience and academic accomplishments. CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria. HOW TO APPLY Click on the "Apply Now" button and follow the application instructions. Please have your curriculum vitae/ resume and scholarly interest or cover letter with names and contact information of 3 references available to attach into the application before you begin. Please note that the required material must be uploaded as ONE document. The document must be in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .rtf, or text format- and name of file should not exceed ten (10) characters. Incomplete application packages will not be considered. CLOSING DATE Open until filled with review of applications to begin October 19, 2017. JOB SEARCH CATEGORY CUNY Job Posting: Faculty EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer. Job Title: Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor - Nursing (Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing)
Job ID:* 17453 Location: Hunter College
Full/Part Time:* Full-Time
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