The Nursing and Allied Health Professions division at Harford Community College has vibrant credit and noncredit programs with fourteen full-time faculty. Nursing and Medical Assisting are offered as credit programs; noncredit programs include Certified Nursing Assistant, Emergency Medical Technician and Histologic Technician.
The Dean provides administrative leadership for the Division by managing the health profession programs and by supervising the Director of Nursing Education, the Director of Allied Health, faculty and staff to provide high-quality education in alignment with the mission, vision and values of the College. The Dean of Nursing and Allied Health Professions reports directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs and plays an integral role in campus leadership, including serving on the Academic Affairs Leadership Team and the Deans’ Cabinet.
- Demonstrating leadership, while utilizing data analytics for decision making; Developing credit and non-credit curriculum via collaboration with faculty; Overseeing health profession programs including successful accreditation; Hiring, supervising, mentoring, evaluating, and fostering professional development for both faculty and staff; Overseeing scheduling development; Developing and managing budgets (both credit and non-credit); and maintaining and managing instructional facilities; Supporting student success; Implementing College policies and practices; Serving as a liaison to local health care professionals and organizations; Developing memorandums of understanding (MOUs) and articulation agreements; Serving on College committees and participating in community outreach and 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 advanced degrees in similar disciplines may be considered. A minimum of five years of progressive experience is required, to include:
- Administrative/management experience in higher education or in the health care setting; Experience as a health care professional in a clinical setting; College teaching experience in Nursing or in other health professions.
Applicants should submit a cover letter addressing the following requirements:
- 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 mentoring and developing personnel development.
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Employees of Harford Community College, including instructors for online and virtual courses, must be residents of Maryland or the contiguous states of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia or the District of Columbia; non-residents are expected to relocate to meet this requirement.
Apply online by October 9, 2022.
Harford Community College is committed to the principles of Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity. It is the policy of Harford Community College not to discriminate against applicants on the basis of sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religious creed, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law with regard to any employment practices. HCC is an EEO and ADA/ADAA employer that values, embraces, and supports diversity in the College community.