The Associate Dean for Academic Programs serves as the Senior Academic Officer for the LSON. The Associate Dean for Academic Programs reports to the Dean, and works with program leaders, faculty, and colleagues in accomplishing the School’s goals and mission.
The Associate Dean for Academic Programs provides collaborative, innovative and visionary leadership for all nursing academic programs. S/he plans, develops, administers, evaluates, and conducts continuous quality improvement of all nursing programs including bachelors, masters, and doctoral (to be offered) to ensure meeting accreditation standards and regulatory requirements.
Associate Dean for Academic Programs is responsible and accountable for sustaining and expanding innovative and high quality educational programs in support of student learning and faculty teaching. S/he serves on the University’s undergraduate and graduate councils and works collaboratively to fulfill the School and University’s academic mission.
Requirements include: An earned doctorate in nursing or a related field from an accredited school. The department is especially interested in candidates with a bachelors' and master's degree in nursing and an earned doctorate in nursing or a related field. A distinguished record of scholarship. An excellent record of teaching and curriculum development at all three levels of nursing education (BSN, MSN, and Doctorate).
Screeningwill begin February 15, 2014 and continue until positions are filled.
To be considered an applicant, please apply now on our website at http://workforum.memphis.edu(click on the Faculty link).
The University of Memphis, a Tennessee Board of Regents Institution, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We urge all qualified applicants to apply for this position. Appointment will be based on qualifications as they relate to position requirements without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability, or veteran status.
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