Works with the Assistant Deans of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs to oversee daily operations of the College.
Coordinates nursing accreditation process and assures college compliance with Alabama Board of Nursing regulations, national nursing accreditation standards and SACS accreditation standards.
Oversees implementation of assessment and evaluation policies and procedures.
Makes faculty teaching assignments.
Participates in the annual evaluation of faculty and administrators.
Collaborates with the College of Continuing Studies and online program faculty to assure quality online courses and programs.
Coordinates undergraduate and graduate program evaluations and provides summary reports to college committees and university administration.
Coordinates program and college data acquisition and reporting for state, regional and national organizations as requested.
Assures faculty compliance with licensure, health and other conditions of employment annually.
Communicates with students regarding their status in the programs.
Negotiates, coordinates, evaluates and assures compliance with clinical agency contracts.
Serves as the academic misconduct monitor and as the first intermediary in academic grievances for the college.
Maintains, applies and communicates with others as appropriate about college policies, revisions, and assures that policies in the CCN Faculty Handbook are current.
Teaches at undergraduate or graduate level.
Serves on the UA Council of Associate and Assistant Deans and CCN and UA Committees.
Masters in nursing and doctorate in nursing or related field.
Current unencumbered license as an RN and eligibility for RN Licensure in Alabama
Successful teaching experience with academic leadership experience.
A substantial record of scholarship justifying appointment at the rank of associate or full professor.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively with individuals and groups.
Appropriate membership and active participation in professional organizations at state/national levels.
The University of Alabama, the state's oldest public university and the senior comprehensive doctoral level institution in Alabama, is ranked 31st in the top 50 public universities by US News. It is located in Tuscaloosa, a metropolitan area of approximately 160,000, with a vibrant economy, moderate climate, and a reputation across the South as an innovative, progressive community with a high quality of life. Easy access to mountains, large cities, and seashore.
Visit Employment Opportunities at https://facultyjobs.ua.edu and go to faculty positions/Nursing/ Requisition #0808905 for more information and to apply. Closing date: When filled.
The University of Alabama is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action education institution/employer.