The NCLEX Success Coordinator position focuses on promoting and coordinating activities that support nursing students in their preparation for the NCLEX exam. Primary responsibility is to work with the Oakland BSN and San Francisco Peninsula Learning Center ABSN students and faculty but the Coordinator is also expected to consult and advise students and faculty from all School of Nursing prelicensure programs.
JOB DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES INCLUDE:
• Early identification of at-risk students and oversight of strategies to promote student success with NCLEX on the first attempt.
• Meets with at-risk students on a regular basis to oversee preparation for NCLEX.
• Coordinates NCLEX prep courses with the faculty and students prior to every graduating class.
• Regularly follows up with all students who receive a B- or below in any course that has a clinical component.
• On-going monitoring of HESI exam scores and identification of students at risk.
• Integrates NCSBN data and analysis as conducted by concept/content and other groups into student support activities.
• Works closely with faculty advisors of at-risk students in the implementation of a remediation plan.
• Collaborates with Academic Support Services and Counseling services on testing, dealing with anxiety and the development and oversight of remediation activities.
• Develops individual remediation plans for at-risk students as appropriate.
• Advises the associate dean on resources needed to promote NCLEX success.
EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS and EXPERIENCE:
• Master’s degree or higher in nursing or an equivalent field
• Experience in test-writing and analysis and in the preparation of students for NCLEX
• Registered Nurse or eligible for licensure in California
• Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• High level of organizational skills
• Ability to work independently and in teams.
• Facility with Microsoft Office and common computer applications
• Programmatic experience with advising, academic support services, and working with diverse students strongly preferred.
• Skills in student engagement, faculty development, planning and evaluation, and student and faculty mentoring strongly preferred.
The physical requirement described below represents those that must be met by an employee to perform the essential components of their job in a successful manner. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly asked to:
Sit, stand, use hands to fingers, handle or feel, talk, see, or hear.
Lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
Express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken, written, and electronic word and receive detailed information through verbal communication.
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience and qualifications.
The University has an institution-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to build a welcoming and supportive campus environment, and acknowledge that diversity is an educational imperative to achieve excellence.
Please send letter of interest and CV to the Coordinator of Faculty Recruitment at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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