Clinical Assistant or Associate Professor

The Purdue Northwest College of Nursing is seeking applicants for Program Coordinator for Online Programs with rank of clinical assistant or associate professor. This position is a unique opportunity to lead our growing online programs at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The position requires an earned research or clinical doctorate in nursing or related field. Responsibilities include managing the large online RN BSN program and developing new online MSN degrees in the nurse educator and nurse executive concentrations. The successful candidate will have had experience teaching and/or administering online programs. Experience in graduate education required. Additional qualities include the ability to network and collaborate with multiple supporting areas, excellent organizational skills to manage complex processes and the ability to respond to student and faculty concerns. The Program Coordinator for Online Programs will be part of the College of Nursing leadership team and have responsibilities to insure the quality of programs including evaluation and accreditation activities. The appointment is for 12 months and will include a light teaching load in the online programs. Candidates must be eligible for licensure as a registered nurse in Indiana. Rank and salary are commensurate with experience and education. An exceptionally qualified applicant may be considered for appointment at the rank of clinical associate professor.

Review of Applications will begin August 22, 2016 and continue until the position is filled. Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae with current e-mail and address, copies of transcripts from accredited universities attended, (certified transcripts are required prior to job offer). Final candidates will need to provide a statement of a leadership philosophy and a list of a minimum of three references.

Direct application materials to:
Lisa Hopp PhD RN FAAN, College of Nursing Dean
Purdue University Calumet,
2200 169th Street, Hammond, IN 46323

The College is an NLN Center of Excellence and home to the Indiana Center for Evidence Based Nursing Practice, an international collaborating center of the Joanna Briggs Institute. The College of Nursing serves over 1400 culturally diverse students enrolled in the following undergraduate and graduate degree programs: Bachelor of Science in Nursing, RN-BSN completion; Master of Science degree with options in Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist and Family Nurse Practitioner; and Doctor of Nursing Practice (beginning fall of 2015). Purdue University Northwest is an academically comprehensive regional university and part of the internationally respected Purdue University system. Its campuses are located in the northwest Indiana city of Hammond, less than 25 miles southeast of downtown Chicago, and Westville, 35 miles to the east of Hammond. Purdue Northwest is the fifth-largest public university in Indiana, with approximately 15,000 students, offering more than 70 programs at the baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral levels. PNW is distinguished by opportunities for experiential learning, undergraduate research, and one-to-one relationships among students and faculty. In addition, PNW provides its faculty and staff with a state-of-the-art fitness center and an accredited child care center, as well as a superb benefits package.

Associate Dean of Health Sciences

Associate Dean of Health Sciences

Clark College is currently accepting applications for a full-time, administrative Associate Dean of Health Sciences (ADSH). This position reports to the Dean of Business and Health Sciences. The ADHS is responsible for providing leadership, management, planning, supervision and advocacy for the faculty, staff, and programs in Nursing, Phlebotomy, Pharmacy Tech, and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) departments. Responsibilities include fiscal and personnel management, planning, implementation, student success and retention among diverse student populations, and assessment of program outcomes. Provide support for Department Chairs and Faculty Leads under the ADHS’s supervision. The salary is $78,733 – 86,607 annually. For complete position description, requirements and to apply, access our website at Clark College Human Resources, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA 98663 (360) 992-2105. AA/EO employer.

Dean (Director of Nursing)

Dean (Director of Nursing)

Responsible for the supervision and coordination of the Allied Health Department in collaboration with the Dean of Instruction, Dean of Students, and the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Services.

Great Basin College Nursing Lab/NNRH Nursing Education Coordinator

Twelve Month “A” Contract  Administrative Faculty

Under the supervision of the Nursing Program Director and in collaboration with nursing faculty members and Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital (NNRH) Clinical Informatics/Education, this individual is responsible for instructing nursing students in the skills, techniques, simulation experiences, methods of basic nursing practices required in a clinical setting, and for planning, scheduling, directing and supervising NNRH staff education.


This is a full-time position 12-month contract that both coordinates the GBC nursing skills lab and NNRH education and staff training. This includes maintaining and scheduling the GBC lab for students.  The position also includes working as a nursing faculty to assist with clinical learning and practice/skills lab and simulation. The position is also responsible for planning, directing and supervising NNRH staff education.  Directs and coordinates new NNRH employee orientation and reports said activities to department manager and chief nursing officer.  Directs and coordinates competency program for NNRH staff.  Maintains standards of professional nursing, and functions as a leader in the health care team. Collaborates consistently with appropriate members of the multidisciplinary team to facilitate educational programs and opportunities,

A recent background in clinical nursing and previous instructional experience are desirable. The position is located in Elko, Nevada, on the main campus, but includes travel by car to other GBC campuses, with or without accommodations as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.


The individual awarded this position is expected to be an active and engaged member of the College and the Department. A physical presence on campus is required for the benefit of students and a collegial atmosphere.

This is a two-year contract, expiring June 2017, with the possibility of extending the contract.

The application  and full job descriptioin can be found at .   To ensure that your application is accepted, the following documents are required to be attached:  Letter of Interest, Current Resume, (3) References and Transcripts (under other documents)   Application deadline is 12:01 a.m., September 13, 2015.  Applications may be reviewed upon receipt.



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