The George Washington School of Nursing invites applications for the Assistant Dean for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program. The Assistant Dean for the BSN Program reports to the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs while serving as a contributing member of the Academic Affairs Leadership Team. The Assistant Dean will assume leadership for overall BSN curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation, assuring quality and adherence to standards and requirements of relevant accreditation and certification bodies, State Boards of Nursing, and other relevant curricular and program standards. This is a full-time (12-month) specialized clinical faculty position operating out of our Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
new program (regional, national, international) development, implementation, administration, and evaluation; preparation of accreditation and other relevant program reports; grant writing in support of the Program and School of Nursing;
completing Annual Program Assessments per GWU requirements
mentoring and supporting the RN to BSN Director, Director of Undergraduate Clinical Education and Undergraduate Student Success Coordinator
student recruitment, admissions, and advisement; collaborating with admissions and student affairs on student recruitment, admissions and advisement
development of informational webinars and other technology-based venues for information and ongoing program activities;
teaching courses in her/his area of expertise;
ensures standardized implementation of ATI resources across the entry level program to prepare graduates for NCLEX-RN
fostering best practices in didactic and online teaching, test construction, and test analysis
maintaining an ongoing program of scholarship and dissemination (publications, presentations activities);
participating in community and academic service activities, as well as in national, university, college-level committees;
conducting orientation for new BSN faculty and ensuring a mentors is assigned for the first year
developing BSN course scheduling each academic year
coordinating teaching assignments each academic year with the Community Chairs, and Assistant Deans of other Academic Programs
managing BSN program costs through the implementation of the Teaching Workload guidelines, and monitoring adjunct clinical costs
Oversees the Director of Clinical Education to ensure adequate and appropriate clinical resources are in place for the ABSN Program
mentoring and supervision of new and existing faculty on teaching within the BSN Program;
works with the ASAC committee to review and revise BSN Program Policies, including the GW Bulletin, and the BSN handbook;
increasing the visibility of the BSN Program through presentations, publications, grants and through academic and professional service;
and any additional duties that may occur as this position evolves.
Minimum qualifications include: a doctoral degree in nursing; prior administrative or leadership experience in a nursing program; expertise in curriculum development; demonstrated experience implementing best practices related to teaching and learning; at least five years teaching experience at the BSN level; excellent organization and program planning and evaluation skills; experience working with and fostering a diverse faculty, staff, and student environment; and eligibility for RN licensure in the District of Columbia and Virginia.
Please complete an online faculty application at: https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/81164
and upload the following: (1) a cover letter detailing qualifications, teaching and clinical experience, and leadership or administrative experience; (2) an updated CV; (3) 3 recent course evaluations; and (4) a diversity statement that addresses how you can contribute to a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion through teaching, research/scholarship and/or service. Cover letters should be addressed to Pamela Slaven-Lee, Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, GW School of Nursing. Please note that all documents related to each section must be combined and uploaded as one single document. Review of applications will begin on March 10, 2021 and continue until the position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered.
Internal Number: 81164
About The George Washington School of Nursing
The George Washington University School of Nursing offers bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and certificate programs that make it possible for our students to succeed in providing high-quality, compassionate health care. As one of the top-ranked nursing schools in the nation, GW Nursing is proud to offer innovative educational programs led by top-tier faculty, supported by the latest in health care technology.