The Associate Dean provides broad academic leadership to the collaborative Bachelor of Science Nursing programs, offered in partnership with Laurentian University, on the three campuses of St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Cornwall and Brockville. Ensures the objectives of the program are attained through effective management of teaching and learning processes and performance measures. Incumbent manages program compliance with federal and provincial regulatory bodies and legislation related to program delivery and clinical placement. Facilitates the on-going review of existing program delivery in coordination with Laurentian University and the three other partner colleges. Under the criteria of the CASN accreditation leads quality assurance requirements of BScN programming including assessment, planning and compliance management and reporting. Builds and maintains positive relationships with the health care sector in all communities served by St. Lawrence College. Acts as the Biosafety Officer for the College.
We are seeking an enthusiastic administrator with a Master’s Degree in Nursing (PhD is preferred) and RN designation. A record of peer-reviewed scholarship required. A minimum of 9 years of progressive leadership experience which includes teaching and curriculum design experience. Management experience will be preferred. Experience with accreditation and quality assurance processes. Knowledge of educational administration, management, budgeting, adult education and curriculum development required. Demonstrated success in motivating others, managing performance and building cohesive teams required along with negotiation and advocacy skills. All applicants must be effective communicators with a strong commitment to academic excellence and student success.
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ADMN-16/17-108 – Associate Dean, BScN
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