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Job Overview

The Assistant Dean, Nursing and Allied Health is responsible for providing assistance and support to the Dean in planning, coordination, management, monitoring, and evaluation of all activities associated with students, faculty, personnel and programs in that Division. The Assistant Dean shall also assist with outcomes assessment processes and professional development for the unit, assuring continuous improvement based on both formative and summative evaluations. Accordingly, he/she must have the ability to work well with diverse groups of individuals, both inside and outside the College. Strong communications and technology skills are essential. Flexible hours, including weekends and evenings, will be required. The Assistant Dean is responsible for the Nursing and Allied Health Division in the absence of the Dean.


1. Assists with development and monitoring of Division program goals, objectives and outcomes.
2. Promotes the value of diversity in all Division and program initiatives.
3. Monitors and counsels assigned students relative to program progress.
4. Assists with establishing and maintaining relationships with clinical affiliate representatives to secure clinical placements for faculty and students.
5. Initiates and maintains clinical contract requirements and renewals.
6. Reviews clinical contract health requirements and monitors Nursing and Allied Health faculty and students’ records for compliance.
7. Assists with the recruitment, development, and evaluation of faculty and staff.
8. Participates in student recruitment and retention activities.
9. Serves on Advisory Committees for the Nursing and Allied Health Programs.
10. Prepares the assigned reports required for accreditation as well as federal, state, and local agencies.
11. Maintains the Systematic Evaluation Plan.
12. Assists with the review and assessment of Division programs and services to monitor compliance with College policies and procedures and accreditation standards.
13. Participates in local, state, and national Nursing and Allied Health organizations
to maintain professional relationships and exchange knowledge.
14. Attends seminars and workshops as appropriate for professional development.
15. Promotes the College’s mission and goals through service on College committees and participation in College initiatives.
16. Accepts assigned teaching responsibilities.
17. Performs additional duties as assigned by the Dean.

• Program Directors and Coordinators
• Team Leaders
• Full-time and part-time Nursing and Allied Health Faculty
• Division Support Staff

• Master’s Degree in Nursing
• Three (3) years of Nursing instruction, clinical Nursing experience, or equivalent.
• At least one (1) year of supervisory/coordination experience
• Demonstrated management and organizational skills
• Computer literacy
• Ability to communicate effectively
• Attention to detail

• Earned Doctorate in Nursing or Education
• Current knowledge of NLNAC Standards
• Experience with Joint Commission accreditation process

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As a New Jersey First Act Employer, new employees must establish a primary residence in New Jersey within one year unless an exemption applies.