FULL-TIME DIRECTOR OF NURSING EDUCATION PROGRAM: (Lawrence Campus) Division of Health Professions (Non-Unit Professional) Anticipated start date August 1, 2014. Reports to the Dean of Health Professions. Hiring contingent on available budget resources.
Director of Nursing Education Program oversees the strategic goals and day to day operations of the academic program for the associate degree nursing and practical nursing options. The Director supervises recruits, evaluates, and recommends for hire program personnel. The Director is responsible for maintaining accreditation and compliance with all pertinent regulations relative to the nursing program. Among primary job objectives, the Director of Nursing Education is the center of the relationship with clinical sites and with matriculated students.
Sample of Specific Duties:
An earned Master’s degree in nursing or an earned entry level Doctorate in nursing from a regionally accredited institution required. Must have a current Massachusetts Registered Nursing License in good standing. Must have a minimum of five years full time nursing experience, or its equivalent, within the last eight years, with at least three years’ experience in nursing education. Maintain expertise appropriate to administrative responsibilities. Excellent teamwork, communication and organizational skills. Demonstrate initiative and flexibility to accommodate to program and college needs in fulfillment of learning objectives. Three years of full-time teaching experience in a community college setting or the equivalent of part-time experience. Strong practice background required. Must have excellent technical/computer skills.
To be considered for this position we must receive the following:
To apply: http://necc.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=49859
Salary: Anticipated starting salary $75,000.00 – $95,162.00 annually, commensurate with education and experience. With a complete fringe benefit package.
Deadline: July 3, 2014 POST # 42673
NECC is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply
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