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Associate Dean for College Performance and Professional Learning

College of Nursing
East Lansing, Michigan
Salary and rank commensurate with experience and education
Posted Date
Nov 15, 2022

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Position Type
Faculty Positions, Health & Medicine, Nursing
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Employment Type
Full Time
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Reporting to the Dean of the College of Nursing (CON) at Michigan State University, the Associate Dean for College Performance and Professional Learning (ADCP&PL) is a key member of the college’s senior administrative team.  The ADCP&PL provides leadership and strategic planning for tracking and trending the college performance on key metrics linked to the CON’s strategic plan and primary initiatives, as well as professional learning of clinical skills, simulation learning outcomes, and ongoing professional education.  The Associate Dean exercises independent judgment and decision making in the management and oversight of diverse, complex, and high-level college responsibilities; especially those related to nursing professional development initiatives, clinical simulation technologies and learning environment, and strategic infrastructure design that will facilitate and regularly communicate college performance information to the college community. This includes collecting, compiling, and preparing data for accreditation purposes. The ADCP&PL provides advice and counsel to the Dean on a wide array of matters including tactical professional nursing development opportunities and initiatives, the laboratory and simulated learning environment, the college evaluation plan and related data collection network planning and initiation.  The ADCP&PL is likewise responsible for drafting, implementing, and revising policies related to these areas and for the day-to-day direction/guidance of related operations. While conducting these various responsibilities, it will be critical to integrate CON values on diversity, equity and inclusivity (DEI) wherever possible and appropriate.  Faculty candidates for this full-time position may be considered for the tenure system or fixed-term appointment system.

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