The Dean of Health Sciences and Human Services is primarily responsible for the faculty and all disciplines and programs within that department. Programs currently include Associate Degree Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Radiology Technology, Emergency Medical Service, Certified Nursing Assistant, and Human Services. The Dean serves as the director for both the ADN and BSN programs and is substantially responsible for the program meeting all accreditation requirements. The Dean is also responsible for oversight of accreditation for the Human Services and Radiology Technology programs. This position assures the scheduling and staffing of classes for optimum delivery of programs by department members. The position works closely and collaboratively with all departments and senior administration of the institution and other NSHE institutions and System office. The Dean of Health Sciences and Human Services reports to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The position is located in Elko, Nevada, on the main campus, but may require driving to other GBC campuses, with or without reasonable accommodation as per the Americans with Disabilities Act, with possible overnight stays to coordinate students and programs throughout the service area. There must be a commitment to the GBC mission to serve rural Nevada. The successful candidate will participate in several state-wide or national meetings each year that require overnight travel.
The application can be found at https://consensus.gbcnv.edu/ . To ensure that your application is accepted, the following documents are required to be attached: Letter of Interest, Current Resume, (3) References and Transcripts (under other documents)
Applications will be accepted until 12:01 a.m. April 7, 2014. Completed application packets may be reviewed as they are received.
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