Regional Campus: Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences (RBHS)
Posting Number: 16FA1044
The School of Nursing is one of eight schools that make up the Rutgers biomedical and Health Sciences. As part of the Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences division, the School of Nursing (Newark) offers unique opportunities in education, research, and practice at a leading national research university which is the state's preeminent, comprehensive public institution of higher education.
Rutgers School of Nursing is seeking a Clinical Learning Coordinator for Graduate Programs. Reporting to the Director of the Center for Clinical Learning at Rutgers School of Nursing, the Clinical Learning Coordinator for Graduate Programs is responsible for managing and implementing a program of clinical learning experiences designed to assist students in the School of Nursing to successfully complete program requirements. If eligible for a faculty rank, the Clinical Learning Coordinator for Graduate Programs will be assigned to the Advanced Practice Nursing academic division as appropriate to background and experience. This position has a full-time work week expectation in the Center for Clinical Learning with graduate students as well as students across academic program levels and campuses.
Home Location Campus: Newark (RBHS)
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Graduate teaching experience, advanced training and experience in
simulation-based education, and management of a standardized patient program are strongly preferred. Experience involving the review, analysis, and evaluation of academic outcomes and assessment is highly desired.
Must possess leadership, coaching, and teambuilding skills to foster supportive working relationships with students, staff, faculty, and community stakeholders. Must be able to work independently, problem solve and make decisions using strategic and analytical thinking in a fast paced, flexible work environment and possess knowledge of computers and have the willingness to explore new technologies that would benefit the program. Effective interpersonal relationships and the ability to promote student and program success in a fast paced team environment required.
Department: School of Nursing