Dean of Nursing and Allied Health Professions
The Dean of Nursing and Allied Health Professions provides administrative leadership for the division by managing the health profession programs and demonstrating high-level initiative in alignment with the mission, vision and values of the College.
Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Demonstrating leadership in assessment and academic planning, while utilizing data analytics for decision making;
- Developing credit and non-credit curriculum via collaboration with faculty on the analysis of needs and delivery of programs and courses including continuing education;
- Overseeing program review and successful program accreditation;
- Hiring, supervising, mentoring, evaluating, and fostering professional development for both faculty and staff, and assisting faculty with the promotion and tenure process;
- Overseeing scheduling development by determining student demand for classes and assigning faculty to classes;
- Developing and allocating budgets (both credit and non-credit); and maintaining and managing instructional facilities including classrooms, technology, and learning labs, equipment and supplies and auxiliary enterprises;
- Promoting the use and development of instructional methodologies including current technology and delivery modes;
- Advocating for students, including processing academic appeals and complaints;
- Supporting student success by recruiting and advising students in programs and promoting proactive retention strategies and interventions;
- Implementing College policies and practices related to faculty, staff, students, and community members;
- Monitoring safety and security risks for students and employees;
- Serving as a liaison to local health care professionals and organizations;
- Developing and maintaining memorandums of understanding (MOUs) and articulation agreements;
- Chairing ad hoc committees, serving on College committees and participating in community outreach and development activities;
- Performing other duties as assigned, including partnership creation and grantsmanship.
A master’s degree in nursing is required; a doctorate is preferred. Individuals with degrees in similar disciplines may be considered.
The position requires a minimum of each of the following professional experiences:
- Three years of administrative/management experience in higher education or in the health professions.
- Three years of full-time experience working as a health care professional in a clinical setting.
- Three years of college teaching experience; equivalent adjunct experience may be considered
Other requirements include:
- A strong knowledge of nursing and the health professions, and of higher education
- Strong communication skills
- Demonstrated ability with assessment and curriculum development
- Experience with budgeting and grantsmanship
- Experience with accreditation
- Experience with personnel development.
Apply online by September 21, 2020.
HCC is an EEO/ADA employer committed to diversity in the College community.