- Current & Future Students
Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
The College of Nursing at Kent State University (KSU) invites applications for the position of Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs.The Associate Dean will assist the Dean in the overall leadership and administration of the College of Nursing, and provide leadership and strategic direction for undergraduate programs
Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following:
- Oversees undergraduate teaching assignments
- Serves on internal and external committees and represents College at appropriate internal and external bodies, committees, councils, etc.
- Assists in recruitment and hiring of undergraduate faculty
- Coordinates faculty development
- Provides leadership for undergraduate curriculum planning, development analysis and revision.
- Prepares materials for submission to internal and external bodies (OBoR, EPC, CCNE, etc.)
- Responsible for quality assurance of undergraduate programs
- May represent College in the absence of the Dean
- May teach courses
- Perform related duties as assigned
Doctoral degree in nursing or related field. Master's degree in nursing required. Four to five years’ experience in curriculum development. Academic record sufficient in quality for faculty appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor.
- Academic Programs
- Budgeting and strategic planning *
- Written, verbal and interpersonal communication with the ability to communicate effectively with all components of the university and external constituents *
- Utilizing Microsoft Office Suite and other applicable software *
- Organizing information and projects and adhering to deadlines *
- Demonstrated organizational, assessment, problem solving, and decision-making skills *
- Staff supervision and workforce management *
- Work with diverse student populations *
- Ability to provide leadership and to direct others; including the supervision of staff and
- students *
- Independently manage multiple projects and functions and prioritize workflow *
- Ability to maintain a collegial and constructive environment based on open communication and positive team building *
- Successfully collaborate with faculty, staff and students associated with the College *
Asterisk (*) indicates knowledge, skills, abilities which require assessments.
Current license as registered nurse in Ohio or ability to obtain licensure in State of Ohio
Light work-Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently to move objects. Typically requires sitting, walking, standing, bending, keying, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions. Incumbent must be able to communicate with others. Incumbent will be required to travel from building to building and off campus frequently.
Kent State University is committed to the creation and nurturing of a diverse community of individuals through inclusive excellence. Diversity involves recognizing the value of differences and the inclusion of all members of the community including those that experience discrimination or under representation. This is a core value of the organization as we strive for a culturally diverse student body, faculty and staff that reflect the multicultural nature of Ohio, the nation, and our world and bring unique strengths and abilities which contribute to our pursuit of Excellence in Action.
A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE
In 2013, the Kent State University College of Nursing was named as a National League for Nursing Center of Excellence in Nursing Education!
Learn more about our designation here.
About Kent State University College of Nursing
Kent State University College of Nursing offers one of the finest nursing programs in the United States.
Expert faculty and administrators work with students to enhance professional education and success.
As a center for nursing research and education, the college is committed to advancing and applying nursing knowledge through excellence in undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs, nursing education and research that address a changing society, promotion of health, and enhancement of the profession of nursing.
The KSU College of Nursing provides courses of study at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels.
Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing are eligible to apply to take the state licensing examination to become professional registered nurses.
Study for the Master of Science in Nursing degree includes options for clinical focus in acute care, adult-gerontology, family, healthcare management, pediatric, psychiatric mental health and women’s health areas, as well as role function in administration, clinical specialization, or as nurse practitioners.
Doctoral coursework is available in Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Nursing Practice Degrees.
Interested candidates should submit confidential applications at https://jobs.kent.edu.
After accessing this link, go to "Search Postings" and type in the position number: 992416.
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