The Director of Nursing is responsible for the administration, planning, implementation and evaluation of the Practical Nursing program.
- Oversee the admission, academic progression and graduation of students.
- Evaluate student progress and competency based on program philosophy and objectives.
- Schedule visits to clinical sites to observe faculty and students at work.
- Create and maintain an environment conducive to teaching and learning.
- Participate in academic advisement and counseling of students.
- Provide opportunities for student and graduate evaluation of curriculum, teaching and program effectiveness.
- Interview and select nursing faculty who are qualified and contribute to the program and student outcomes.
- Supervise and evaluate program faculty including in-class reviews of each instructor.
- Leadership within the faculty for the development, implementation, evaluation and revision of the RN program curriculum plan and course content in accordance with program standards and student and University needs.
- Assist faculty by providing evaluation devices of student learning and clinical experience to measure progress and competency based on program philosophy and objectives.
- Orient new faculty to policies and procedures of the University and the RN department.
- Direct activities of the faculty to insure educational continuity.
- Provide evaluation and feedback to the program on course materials, current changes in practice, standards of practice, and student accomplishment of course and program outcomes.
- Prepare reports necessary for continued approval or accreditation of the RN program.
- Evaluate and recommend textbooks, reference books and other teaching materials.
- Plan and lead program Advisory Board meetings.
- Seek new clinical agencies/facilities as needed to provide quality experiences for students and support program growth.
- Develop, implement, and evaluate the mission, philosophy, program objectives, program outcomes, course outcomes, and systematic evaluation plan on a regular basis.
- Commit to ongoing professional development; ensure program faculty remain current in trends, issues and practices in the field, as well as effective teaching strategies and assessment methods.
- Master's of Science in Nursing (MSN) Degree required.
- Current unrestricted license to practice as a registered nurse in South Carolina required.
- Minimum of two years of experience in nursing service or nursing education as a registered nurse which enables the individual to provide leadership and assume the other responsibilities of the position.
- Minimum of two calendar years prior full-time employment or the equivalent in clinical nursing practice as a registered nurse or advanced practice nurse.
- Two years of full-time experience as a faculty member in an approved nursing program.
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