The Associate Dean for Nursing Science provides academic and administrative leadership for the academic division of Nursing Science while providing leadership for the direction of the research agenda of the School of Nursing. In this capacity, the Associate Dean will oversee the school's Centers of Excellence, faculty mentorship, and joint oversight of the Office of Contracts and Grants. The Associate Dean's responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Oversee the division of nursing science and its faculty/staff.
Oversee the school's Ph.D. programs and directors.
Evaluates the performance of the division of nursing science faculty and staff, and makes recommendations for appointments, reappointments, promotions, merit increases, tenure, and dismissals.
Monitors retention and factors associated with changes in retention levels.
Prepares reports and organizes visits of accrediting and regulatory agencies for the Division of Nursing Science.
Ensures that clear goals and objectives, consistent with those of the School of Nursing and the appropriate faculty, are established for the division.
Evaluates student, course, and program outcomes and use data for curricula and faculty development.
Makes recommendations on grade grievances and appeals.
Facilitates development of comprehensive and coherent program curricula that follows all national standards.
Represents the programs to the public and communicates newsworthy division or individual faculty activities to the Director of Marketing and Communication.
Actively recruits PhD students and collaborates in program marketing activities. School Level
Guides and assists faculty members, across divisions, regarding development of their program of research and scholarship, and the continuation of their scholarly agendas.
Assists in identify internal and external research mentors.
Informs faculty of available resources including IRB assistance, editor services, and grant reviews.
Maintains review process for federal grant proposals.
Supervises SON's IRB Manager and implements recommendations for supporting protocol development.
Rutgers School of Nursing is committed to fostering a diverse, equitable and inclusive community and seeks faculty and staff who embrace this commitment. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution.
Minimum Education and Experience:
Eligible for licensure as RN in New Jersey
PhD in nursing or related discipline
Eligible for appointment as Associate or Full Professor
Track record of funded research
Significant quantity of published work in respected journals
Experienced in nursing education and curricula development
Posting Number: 21FA0076
Location: Newark (RBHS)
Internal Number: 125594
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