Associate Director Nursing Undergraduate Programs

The University Of North Carolina Chapel Hill , NC 27516

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The Associate Director of Undergraduate Programs will provide administrative leadership, oversight, and coordination for all undergraduate programs including the pre licensure, RN-BS, and CLR undergraduate program. The successful candidates responsibilities include coordinating, managing, and evaluating all aspects of the undergraduate programs in the School of Nursing.

More specifically, the Associate School Director will work with individual program coordinators to coordinate, manage, and evaluate all academic affairs for the undergraduate programs, to include (but not limited to) : (1) curriculum development and approval processes; (2) academic program assessment and accreditation; (3) academic course scheduling, (4) student retention and progression; and/or (5) other academic processes and procedures critical for ensuring success of our academic programs and our students. This individual assists the School Director with oversight of the instructional responsibilities of faculty in these programs and the management of resources for undergraduate programs. The incumbent will also teach graduate or undergraduate courses, maintain a focused line of scholarly inquiry and publication, actively procure grants, and engage in service appropriate to support the School and the College.

This administrative appointment requires tenure at the rank of Associate Professor or Professor. The Associate School Director reports to the Director of the School of Nursing.



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Associate Director Nursing Undergraduate Programs

The University Of North Carolina