Nursing Department Chairs, Bscn Collaborative Nursing Program And Nursing Programs (Pn, Psw)

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Title Nursing Department Chairs, BScN Collaborative Nursing Program and Nursing Programs (PN, PSW)
Competition Number 18-S-137
Campus/Site Morningside
Position Summary

 BScN Collaborative Nursing Program and  Nursing Programs (PN, PSW )- 2 Positions

School of Community and Health Studies

 
 

The School of Community and Health Studies is recruiting for two (2) Nursing Department Chairs: BScN Collaborative Nursing Programs and Practical Nursing Programs (PN, PSW). The School of Community and Health Studies is comprised of 6 departments: Child and Family Studies, Community Services, Health and Wellness, Emergency Management and Public Safety, Collaborative Nursing Programs (BScN) and Nursing Programs (PN, PSW).

Responsibilities  
 Reporting to the Dean of the School of Community and Health Studies, the Nursing Department Chairs provide effective and positive academic and administrative leadership and supervision to faculty, managers, support staff and students within his/her Department. The Chair leads the planning, development, delivery and ongoing review (including external program approval and licensing requirement processes) of a cluster of full-time and part-time courses, programs and degree offerings. This includes accountability for full-time post-secondary, bridging and post-diploma programs and services, ensuring that programs are relevant to the needs of the College, students, employers and the community at large, and consistent with the College’s and School’s strategic directions, including student retention and graduation.
 
The Nursing Department Chairs drive integrated multidisciplinary programs and project development linked to employer and community needs, and ensure collaboration, organizational effectiveness and communication both within and outside of the College. A key aspect of the role is developing and sustaining partnerships – locally, provincially, nationally and internationally – and establishing the Department as a leader in education and research.
Qualifications Apply for this job