Faculty member/administrator who serves as an instructional leader and manages the instructional and operational processes of the division. In addition to teaching, a Division Chair’s major responsibilities include, but are not limited to: strategic planning and implementation; personnel supervision; budget preparation and management; facilities and materials management; course and program development; and functions related to the planning, scheduling, and evaluation of course offerings; assessment and evaluation for institutional reporting.
Responsibilities & Duties:
• Responsible for the planning, implementing, and evaluation of the Associate Degree (ADN) and Vocational Nursing (LVN) Programs.
• Recruitment, hiring, retention, and evaluation of nursing faculty. Supervises personnel within division. Assures faculty utilize current technology-based and evidence-based teaching and learning strategies.
• Recruitment, evaluation and acceptance of qualified students.
• Development, coordination, and ongoing evaluation of curriculum.
• Maintain programmatic accreditation standards. Coordinate and implement requirements of accreditation agencies.
• Assures adequate faculty and clinical agencies for student learning experiences. Develop and maintain clinical site agreements.
• Assures any grant deliverables are met appropriately.
• Carries a teaching load of no more than three hours per week.
• Budget planning, administration, and management.
• Schedule and coordinate committee meetings; maintain open lines of communication inter- and intra-departmentally.
• Complete and submit surveys as required.
Year-round full-time position inclusive of nine months plus 10 weeks in the summer.
Division Chair works 18 weeks in a long semester. This includes the week before classes start and the week after classes end. (Does not apply to summer.) Subject to criminal background check. Travel will be required. Contract/Salary: 12 month contract; salary commensurate with education and experience. Resume and transcripts required in addition to application.
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