Duties include overseeing the design, development, and assessment of program curricula; scheduling and staffing classes; hiring, training, mentoring, and evaluating program instructors; recommending the purchasing of supplies and equipment; developing community contacts and chairing advisory board meetings; teaching program courses as needed according to specified learning outcomes; academic advising and career related counseling for students; monitoring student retention and identifying and assist at-risk students; maintaining competency and currency in the field and healthcare research, trends, issues, and practices, including effective teaching strategies and assessment methods; and providing support for program and institutional initiatives.
- Reporting to the Dean of the Health Sciences - Nursing Program Chair role.
- Oversee the design, development, revision, and assessment of curricula, including course objectives, instructional methods, learning outcomes, projects, and assessment measures in conjunction with SBU Academics.
- Teach any assigned courses and act as a substitute instructor as needed.
- Recommend program equipment, supplies, library materials, textbooks, and other items for purchase and use; monitor the safety and quality of instructional materials.
- Manage special projects as formally assigned by the Dean of Health Sciences (including, but not limited to new student orientation programs and open houses, assistance with accreditation preparation, campus events, and supervision of staff).
- Actively engage in retention activities including documented communication with both students and administration regarding attendance and progress.
- Assist students with course registration and academic advice, and mentor instructors on effective academic counseling techniques.
- Registered Nurse (RN) Required.
- Master's degree in the Health Sciences or related field required;
- Bachelor's degree in Nursing;
- Registered Nurse (RN);
- Minimum two years teaching experience, preferably at the community college or university level, and/or equivalent occupational experience in the field of health information technology;
- Online teaching and course development highly desirable;
- An interdisciplinary focus integrating innovative learning strategies and demonstrated ability to enhance the success of diverse student populations is essential;
- Experience incorporating technology and multimedia applications into the teaching and learning process and interest in all forms of alternative learning are highly desirable.
- Located on Bethpage, NY campus, not a virtual position.
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by Shane Turner via NursingFacultyJobs.com