Posting Number: F00018P
Provides academic leadership for the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of both undergraduate and graduate programs; administrative management of faculty and student support services.
Knowledgeable, strong nurse leader with the ability to develop a collaborative well-articulated, strategic and visionary plan for the day-to-day operations of the academic nursing division of the College of Nursing.
Conveys a strong sense of advocacy and support for the faculty and staff under his/her supervision and creates an environment of engagement and participation. Feedback is encouraged, valued, and incorporated at all levels.
Accessible and committed to effective communication with the Dean, Faculty and Staff. The AD is responsible for influencing college-wide process academic changes that demonstrate proactive achievement of student academic and meaningful clinical outcomes.
Supports inter-professional learning through collaborative working relationships within the academic health science division and external to the health science division.
Demonstrates high level administrative capabilities including management of competing priorities, budget management, staffing, effective conflict resolution, team building, strong communication skills, and ability to collaborate and negotiate.
Values and supports personal and professional growth and development of faculty and staff.
Assists the academic directors to develop quality metrics, assures all state and national accreditation reporting information is collected and reported timely, monitors academic program outcomes and assists program directors to develop initiatives to improve outcomes and/or publish/present best practices. Holds direct reports accountable for areas of responsibility.
Provides strong leadership and guidance for Shared Governance initiative.
Participate in strategic planning of the college, especially in the area of enrollment management, student recruitment, and admission, progression, and retention procedures.
Job Category: Faculty
Doctorate in Nursing, PhD or DNP or related field.
Graduate degree in Nursing.
Eligible for Registered Nurse licensure in the State of Tennessee
Achievement in teaching, research, and service commensurate with tenure and appointment at a minimum rank of Associate Professor
Commitment to faculty development and mentorship for teaching, research, and practice; and demonstrated leadership ability
Effective communication and interpersonal skills consistent with the leadership role
A minimum of five years in nursing education with experience at both baccalaureate and graduate levels
Higher Educational administrative experience.