CRITERIA FOR APPOINTMENT: Doctoral preparation with knowledge and experience in advanced practice and teaching. Individual must be knowledgeable about the profession of nursing, higher education, research/scholarship, and health care delivery. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and productively with individuals and groups, and have demonstrated leadership/management ability. This position will be reviewed and renewed or rotated on a regular (3- to 5-year) cycle.
DESCRIPTION: Provides academic leadership and coordination for Master’s and DNP specialty tracks. Facilitates discussion of common issues such as teaching loads and methods, core graduate curricula, electives, and student recruitment and enrollment targets. Strategizes improvements in the quality and delivery of graduate specialty offerings. Ensures that the graduate program activities are consistent with the vision, mission, values and strategic goals of the College of Nursing.
AREAS OF MAJOR RESPONSIBILITY: Provide leadership in the development, implementation, and evaluation of the graduate curricula (MS and DNP) to assure quality of outcomes:
APPOINTMENT: Full time position as Executive Director of Graduate Programs. Position will also include teaching, faculty practice, and/or research depending on applicant’s interest and background. Rank negotiable depending on candidate’s experience and qualifications..
RESPONSIBLE TO: Associate Dean for Academic Programs
REVIEW AND EVALUATION: Formal review every 3-5 years by Associate Dean of Academic Programs, with input from specialty directors, faculty and other Assistant/Associate Deans.
Interested candidates should apply online at: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/33175Questions may be directed to Susie Christiansen at email@example.com
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