The faculty and staff of University of New Mexico College of Nursing welcome you to a tradition of excellence in nursing research, education, service, and clinical practice. We represent the very best in quality and innovation within an academic environment. Our focus is on building evidence for effective practice and translating that evidence-based knowledge to practice and policy environments with an emphasis in rural health.
We are currently recruiting a faculty member for Pre-RN-Licensure BSN Director.
· Reports to the Assistant Dean
· Primarily responsible for the traditional pre-licensure program and collaborates with all undergraduate program directors.
· Collect, analyze and report program-level information and outcomes assessment data as required (or requested) by the university, CCNE, State Board of Nursing (SBON) and other regulatory bodies and administrators.
· Coordinate reviews of student progression issues; reviews policies pertinent to the undergraduate programs. Attend department, administrator and other relevant meetings
· Monitor and maintain program-related data for compliance with university and regulatory standards. Assist nursing administration with preparing and submitting data and compliance documents as required and requested.
· Monitor student assessment, progression, attrition and degree completion data
· Monitor clinical placements in collaboration with Level Coordinators and Clinical Affairs office. Ensure clinical placements comply with course objectives.
· Lead curriculum review efforts on a regular basis to ensure consistency, comprehensiveness, relevancy and adherence to licensure requirements and accreditation standards.
· Collaborate with the Admissions Committee and Admissions Office to facilitate recruitment initiatives and participate in enrollment efforts.
· Collaborate with faculty and staff to develop strategies that ensure student success (i.e. implementation of remediation procedures; and monitoring and meeting with at-risk students)
· Facilitate mentorship of faculty in the undergraduate programs; supervise staff and/or faculty members identified as direct reports.
· Provide input to the Assistant Dean regarding faculty performance reviews as well as input related to the evaluation of staff, and graduate assistants
· Additional responsibilities include mentoring, advising and precepting students, assisting with clinical placements and student oversight, scholarship/service, and participation in program activities and committees to ensure stated program goals are achieved.
This is a full time 12-month appointment. The selected applicant must commit to living in Albuquerque metropolitan statistical area.
UNM, College of Nursing:
The College of Nursing is a diverse community of educators, researchers, learners, and collaborators dedicated to the advancement of providing health education and practice in our rural communities. The selected individual will receive an academic appointment commensurate with credentials and qualifications. We offer a competitive salary and outstanding benefits package.
The University of New Mexico is New Mexico’s flagship R1 research-intensive institution occupying nearly 800 acres near old Route 66 in the heart of Albuquerque, a metropolitan area of more than 928,930 people. The College of Nursing provides exemplary and innovative education, research, practice, service, and leadership intended to advance the science of nursing and improve tribal, state, national, and global health. The College of Nursing is part of a vibrant Health Sciences Center (HSC), which includes New Mexico’s only Level 1 trauma center and medical school. The HSC provides an exceptional education for more than 1500 students each year in 21 different health fields. The HSC is known for cutting edge research with more than $165 million in extramural research funding. The HSC has an established Clinical & Translational Science Center that provides extensive opportunities and resources to support collaborative research in a variety of interest areas.