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1 ASSOCIATE DEAN OF NURSING, BYRDINE F. LEWIS CHAIR (Salary Range $130,000 to $160,000) Job Description: The Associate Dean is the program administrator of the School of Nursing appointed by the Dean of the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions (BFLSNHP). The position requires a twelve-month contract. Qualifications: The Associate Dean is responsible and accountable for the administration of all aspects of the academic portfolio in the School of Nursing. This includes leadership, and growth in the educational, research, service, and clinical practice programs so that they are responsive to professional and accreditation requirements. The Associate Dean is responsible for evaluating and developing faculty and staff, fiscal planning, and strategic planning and goal setting for Nursing in concert with the College/School, University. Qualifications include a PhD in Nursing or equivalent, Nursing licensure or eligibility for licensure in the state of Georgia, experience in teaching, research and practice. The Associate Dean reports to the Dean. Duties: The duties of the Associate Dean shall be as follows: 1. Be responsible to the Dean of the BFLSNHP and shall have general direction of the work of the Associate Dean; and be responsible for the formation, in consultation with the faculty, of school policies; and is charged with responsibility for the execution of School of Nursing policies and policies of the University and College/School insofar as they affect the work of the School of Nursing. 2. Be the official representative of the school of nursing in all-official communications with the Dean, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the President, and other officers of the University, and also in all School of Nursing communications with the students. 3. Be responsible for the quality of the instruction offered in the School of Nursing; and give close supervision to the teaching performed by members of the faculty; and when necessary consult with members of the School of Nursing regarding the nature, scope, and quality of the instruction. The Associate Dean, or his/her designee, may observe classroom instruction to provide feedback on the teaching-learning process. 4. Assign courses within the School of Nursing according to the BFLSNHP Workload Policy and maintain insofar as is possible an equitable distribution of courses and sections; and shall see that there is no undue overlapping of courses in the School of Nursing, The Associate Dean may delegate the preparation of the class schedule to the School of Nursing secretary. 5. Maintain a general overview of the work of students in the School of Nursing. - 1

2 6. Recruit new faculty whose qualifications are consistent with the objectives of the institution, and shall, after consultation with faculty members of the School of Nursing, recommend appointments, reappointments, promotions, and, consistent with tenure policy, dismissals of members of the faculty. 7. Consultation with members of the faculty and students in preparing the annual budget for the School of Nursing and submitting it to the Dean of the BFLSNHP. 8. Responsible for the expenditure of school funds and the care and use of school property; and shall transmit, where applicable, through the Dean of the School/College to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs on forms provided to the Associate Dean, budget amendments, personnel and payroll documents, and requisitions for supplies, equipment, and other materials that may be required by the School of Nursing. 9. Prepare such information regarding the courses in the school as may be needed for the catalog and transmit this material to the Dean of the college/school. 10. Prepare and submit an annual report to the Dean summarizing the teaching, research, and service performed by faculty of the School of Nursing. 11. Inform faculty, staff and students regarding their rights and privileges, grievance process and potential health and safety concerns. 12. Perform written, annual evaluations of each staff and faculty member in the School of Nursing. 13. Insure the timely submission of required accreditation fees and documentation, including annual reports of graduation, reports on state licensing examinations, employment rates, retention rates and substantive program changes. 14. Insure timely notification of expected or unexpected substantive change(s) within the program and of any change in institutional accreditation status or legal authority to provide post-secondary education. 15. Be responsible for accomplishing compliance with accreditation criteria within 2 years of the determination of being out of compliance. 16. Collect and maintain student data to include: student performance in community, university, college, and School of Nursing activities, validation achievements, attrition rates and rationale, performance on the NCLEX, alumni employment activities, alumni achievements in further education, honors, etc. - 2

3 17. Respond to questionnaires and participate in research directly related to nursing faculty and curricula, e.g., AACN surveys. 18. Respond to university, college and community agency requests for data on the program. 19. Keep faculty informed of potential problems and changes in criteria of accrediting/approving agencies. 20. Work closely with the advisement office in the School of Nursing to maintain student files and keep up-to-date records required for admission advisement, progression, retention and recruitment of students. 21. Coordinate admissions for the PhD Nursing Program. 22. Prepare written reports for internal and external accrediting and approval agencies, i.e., Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and their programs respective accrediting body. 23. Represent the School of Nursing at conferences or other appropriate meetings. 24. Coordinate site visits from accrediting agencies. 25. Update graduate brochures and course descriptions in the University Graduate Catalog. 26. Ensure a robust Program Curriculum and Evaluation Model that includes annual end of program survey with graduating students, employers and other stakeholders. 27. Teach at least one course per year and engage in research/scholarly activity. 28. Ensure an engaged Advisory Panel Who provides insight to the nursing programs on changes occurring in the practice environment that impact the delivery of nursing programs as well as graduates. 29. Participate in grant writing and other activities to develop and maintain the program. - 3

4 30. Participate in the strategic planning process. 31. Plan and conduct orientation of new faculty and part-time instructors. 32. Participates in other activities as requested by the Dean. Evaluation The Associate Dean for Nursing will be evaluated annually by the Dean. The faculty of the School of Nursing shall evaluate the Associate Dean of the School of Nursing at least every three years. This evaluation shall be conducted by the Dean who shall notify the President of the results of this evaluation, which shall be used in the overall evaluation of the Associate Dean's performance. - 4

5 Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy (Salary Range $105,000 to $120,000) Job Description: The Chair is the program administrator of the Department of Physical Therapy and is appointed by the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions (BFLSNHP). The position requires a twelve-month contract. The faculty of the Department shall evaluate the Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy at least every three years. This evaluation shall be conducted by the Dean who shall notify the President of the results of this evaluation, which shall be used in the overall evaluation of the Chair's performance. Qualifications: The Department Chair is responsible for the vision, leadership, and administration of the educational, research, service, and clinical practice programs, including evaluating and developing faculty and staff, fiscal planning, and strategic planning and goal setting for the Department in concert with the College, University, and professional strategic plans. Qualifications include a PhD or equivalent, physical therapy licensure or eligibility for licensure in the state of Georgia, experience in teaching, research and practice. The Department Chair reports to the Assistant Dean of the Division of Health Professions. Duties: The duties of the Chair shall be as follows: 1. Be responsible to the Dean of the BFLSNHP and Assistant Dean of Health Professions and shall have general direction of the work of the chair; and be responsible for the formation, in consultation with the Departmental faculty, of school policies; and is charged with responsibility for the execution of Departmental policies and policies of the University and College insofar as they affect the work of the Department of Physical Therapy. 2. Be the official representative of the school in all-official communications with the Dean, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the President, and other officers of the University, and also in all departmental communications with the students. 3. Be responsible for the quality of the instruction offered in the department; and give close supervision to the teaching performed by members of the faculty; and when necessary consult with members of the department regarding the nature, scope, and quality of the instruction. The Chair, or his/her designee, may observe classroom instruction to provide feedback on the teaching-learning process. 4. Assign courses within the department and maintain insofar as is possible an equitable distribution of courses and sections; and shall see that there is no undue overlapping of courses in the department, and bring to the attention of the Dean of the college any instance in which another department of the University is offering a course that conflicts - 1

6 with or duplicates a course offered in the Department of Physical Therapy. The Chair may delegate the preparation of the class schedule to the departmental secretary. 5. Maintain a general overview of the work of students in the department. 6. Recruit new faculty whose qualifications are consistent with the objectives of the institution, and shall, after consultation with faculty members of the department, recommend appointments, reappointments, promotions, and, consistent with tenure policy, dismissals of members of the faculty. 7. Consultation with members of the faculty and students in preparing the annual budget for the Department of Physical Therapy and submitting it to the Assistant Dean of Health Professions. 8. Responsible for the expenditure of school funds and the care and use of school property; and shall transmit, where applicable, through the Dean of the School/College to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs on forms provided to the Chair, budget amendments, personnel and payroll documents, and requisitions for supplies, equipment, and other materials that may be required by the department. 9. Prepare such information regarding the courses in the school as may be needed for the catalog and transmit this material to the Dean of the college and assistant Dean of the Division of Health Professions. 10. Prepare and submit an annual report to the Assistant Dean of Health Professions summarizing the teaching, research, and service performed by faculty of the department. 11. Inform faculty, staff and students regarding their rights and privileges, grievance process and potential health and safety concerns. 12. Perform written, annual evaluations of each staff and faculty member in the Department. 13. Insure the timely submission of required accreditation fees and documentation, including annual reports of graduation, reports on state licensing examinations, employment rates, retention rates and substantive program changes. 14. Insure timely notification of expected or unexpected substantive change(s) within the program and of any change in institutional accreditation status or legal authority to provide post-secondary education. 15. Be responsible for accomplishing compliance with accreditation criteria within 2 years of the determination of being out of compliance. 16. Collect and maintain student data to include: student performance in community, - 2

7 university, college, and departmental activities, validation achievements, attrition rates and rationale, performance on Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT), alumni employment activities, alumni achievements in further education, honors, etc. 17. Respond to questionnaires and participate in research, which assesses the curriculum. 18. Respond to university, college and community agency requests for data on the program. 19. Keep faculty informed of potential problems and changes in criteria of accrediting/approving agencies. 20. Work closely with the advisement office in the Department of Physical Therapy to maintain student files and keep up-to-date records required for admission advisement, progression, retention and recruitment of students. 21. Coordinate admissions for the Doctoral of Physical Therapy (DPT). 22. Prepare written reports for internal and external accrediting and approval agencies, i.e., Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and their programs respective accrediting body. 23. Represent the Department of Physical Therapy at conferences or other appropriate meetings. 24. Coordinate site visits from accrediting agencies. 25. Update graduate brochures and course descriptions in the University Graduate Catalog. 26. Conduct the annual end of program survey with graduating students. 27. Teach at least two courses per year. 28. Meet with Clinical Advisory Panel each semester to ensure smooth operation of the program and optimal outcomes for graduates. 29. Participate in grant writing and other activities to develop and maintain the program. 30. Participate in the strategic planning process. 31. Plan and conduct orientation of new faculty and part-time instructors. - 3

8 Chair of the Department of Nutrition (Salary Range $98,000 to $100,000) Job Description: The Chair is the program administrator of the Department of Nutrition and is appointed by the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions (BFLSNHP). The position requires a twelve-month contract. The faculty of the Department shall evaluate the Chair of the Department of Nutrition at least every three years. This evaluation shall be conducted by the Dean who shall notify the President of the results of this evaluation, which shall be used in the overall evaluation of the Chair's performance. Qualifications: The Department Chair is responsible for the vision, leadership, and administration of the educational, research, service, and clinical practice programs, including evaluating and developing faculty and staff, fiscal planning, and strategic planning and goal setting for the Department in concert with the College, University, and professional strategic plans. Qualifications include a PhD or equivalent, Nutrition licensure or eligibility for licensure in the state of Georgia, experience in teaching, research and practice. The Department Chair reports to the Assistant Dean of the Division of Health Professions. Duties: The duties of the Chair shall be as follows: 1. Be responsible to the Dean of the BFLSNHP and Assistant Dean of Health Professions and shall have general direction of the work of the chair; and be responsible for the formation, in consultation with the Departmental faculty, of school policies; and is charged with responsibility for the execution of Departmental policies and policies of the University and College insofar as they affect the work of the Department of Nutrition. 2. Be the official representative of the school in all-official communications with the Dean, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the President, and other officers of the University, and also in all departmental communications with the students. 3. Be responsible for the quality of the instruction offered in the department; and give close supervision to the teaching performed by members of the faculty; and when necessary consult with members of the department regarding the nature, scope, and quality of the instruction. The Chair, or his/her designee, may observe classroom instruction to provide feedback on the teaching-learning process. 4. Assign courses within the department and maintain insofar as is possible an equitable distribution of courses and sections; and shall see that there is no undue overlapping of courses in the department, and bring to the attention of the Dean of the college any instance in which another department of the University is offering a course that conflicts - 1

9 with or duplicates a course offered in the Department of Nutrition. The Chair may delegate the preparation of the class schedule to the departmental secretary. 5. Maintain a general overview of the work of students in the department. 6. Recruit new faculty whose qualifications are consistent with the objectives of the institution, and shall, after consultation with faculty members of the department, recommend appointments, reappointments, promotions, and, consistent with tenure policy, dismissals of members of the faculty. 7. Consultation with members of the faculty and students in preparing the annual budget for the Department of Nutrition and submitting it to the Assistant Dean of Health Professions. 8. Responsible for the expenditure of school funds and the care and use of school property; and shall transmit, where applicable, through the Dean of the School/College to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs on forms provided to the Chair, budget amendments, personnel and payroll documents, and requisitions for supplies, equipment, and other materials that may be required by the department. 9. Prepare such information regarding the courses in the school as may be needed for the catalog and transmit this material to the Dean of the college and assistant Dean of the Division of Health Professions. 10. Prepare and submit an annual report to the Assistant Dean of Health Professions summarizing the teaching, research, and service performed by faculty of the department. 11. Inform faculty, staff and students regarding their rights and privileges, grievance process and potential health and safety concerns. 12. Perform written, annual evaluations of each staff and faculty member in the Department. 13. Insure the timely submission of required accreditation fees and documentation, including annual reports of graduation, reports on state licensing examinations, employment rates, retention rates and substantive program changes. 14. Insure timely notification of expected or unexpected substantive change(s) within the program and of any change in institutional accreditation status or legal authority to provide post-secondary education. 15. Be responsible for accomplishing compliance with accreditation criteria within 2 years of the determination of being out of compliance. 16. Collect and maintain student data to include: student performance in community, university, college, and departmental activities, validation achievements, attrition rates and - 2

10 rationale, performance on Federation of State Boards of Nutrition (FSBPT), alumni employment activities, alumni achievements in further education, honors, etc. 17. Respond to questionnaires and participate in research, which assesses the curriculum. 18. Respond to university, college and community agency requests for data on the program. 19. Keep faculty informed of potential problems and changes in criteria of accrediting/approving agencies. 20. Work closely with the advisement office in the Department of Nutrition to maintain student files and keep up-to-date records required for admission advisement, progression, retention and recruitment of students. 21. Coordinate admissions for the Doctoral of Nutrition (DPT). 22. Prepare written reports for internal and external accrediting and approval agencies, i.e., Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and their programs respective accrediting body. 23. Represent the Department of Nutrition at conferences or other appropriate meetings. 24. Coordinate site visits from accrediting agencies. 25. Update graduate brochures and course descriptions in the University Graduate Catalog. 26. Conduct the annual end of program survey with graduating students. 27. Teach at least two courses per year. 28. Meet with Clinical Advisory Panel each semester to ensure smooth operation of the program and optimal outcomes for graduates. 29. Participate in grant writing and other activities to develop and maintain the program. 30. Participate in the strategic planning process. 31. Plan and conduct orientation of new faculty and part-time instructors. - 3

11 Chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy (Salary Range $105,000 to $120,000) Job Description: The Chair is the program administrator of the Department of Occupational Therapy and is appointed by the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions (BFLSNHP). The position requires a twelve-month contract. The faculty of the Department shall evaluate the Chair of the Department of Occupational Therapy at least every three years. This evaluation shall be conducted by the Dean who shall notify the President of the results of this evaluation, which shall be used in the overall evaluation of the Chair's performance. Qualifications: The Department Chair is responsible for the vision, leadership, and administration of the educational, research, service, and clinical practice programs, including evaluating and developing faculty and staff, fiscal planning, and strategic planning and goal setting for the Department in concert with the College, University, and professional strategic plans. Qualifications include a PhD or equivalent, Occupational Therapy licensure or eligibility for licensure in the state of Georgia, experience in teaching, research and practice. The Department Chair reports to the Assistant Dean of the Division of Health Professions. Duties: The duties of the Chair shall be as follows: 1. Be responsible to the Dean of the BFLSNHP and Assistant Dean of Health Professions and shall have general direction of the work of the chair; and be responsible for the formation, in consultation with the Departmental faculty, of school policies; and is charged with responsibility for the execution of Departmental policies and policies of the University and College insofar as they affect the work of the Department of Occupational Therapy. 2. Be the official representative of the school in all-official communications with the Dean, the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, the President, and other officers of the University, and also in all departmental communications with the students. 3. Be responsible for the quality of the instruction offered in the department; and give close supervision to the teaching performed by members of the faculty; and when necessary consult with members of the department regarding the nature, scope, and quality of the instruction. The Chair, or his/her designee, may observe classroom instruction to provide feedback on the teaching-learning process. 4. Assign courses within the department and maintain insofar as is possible an equitable distribution of courses and sections; and shall see that there is no undue overlapping of courses in the department, and bring to the attention of the Dean of the college any instance in which another department of the University is offering a course that conflicts - 1

12 with or duplicates a course offered in the Department of Occupational Therapy. The Chair may delegate the preparation of the class schedule to the departmental secretary. 5. Maintain a general overview of the work of students in the department. 6. Recruit new faculty whose qualifications are consistent with the objectives of the institution, and shall, after consultation with faculty members of the department, recommend appointments, reappointments, promotions, and, consistent with tenure policy, dismissals of members of the faculty. 7. Consultation with members of the faculty and students in preparing the annual budget for the Department of Occupational Therapy and submitting it to the Assistant Dean of Health Professions. 8. Responsible for the expenditure of school funds and the care and use of school property; and shall transmit, where applicable, through the Dean of the School/College to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs on forms provided to the Chair, budget amendments, personnel and payroll documents, and requisitions for supplies, equipment, and other materials that may be required by the department. 9. Prepare such information regarding the courses in the school as may be needed for the catalog and transmit this material to the Dean of the college and assistant Dean of the Division of Health Professions. 10. Prepare and submit an annual report to the Assistant Dean of Health Professions summarizing the teaching, research, and service performed by faculty of the department. 11. Inform faculty, staff and students regarding their rights and privileges, grievance process and potential health and safety concerns. 12. Perform written, annual evaluations of each staff and faculty member in the Department. 13. Insure the timely submission of required accreditation fees and documentation, including annual reports of graduation, reports on state licensing examinations, employment rates, retention rates and substantive program changes. 14. Insure timely notification of expected or unexpected substantive change(s) within the program and of any change in institutional accreditation status or legal authority to provide post-secondary education. 15. Be responsible for accomplishing compliance with accreditation criteria within 2 years of the determination of being out of compliance. 16. Collect and maintain student data to include: student performance in community, - 2

13 university, college, and departmental activities, validation achievements, attrition rates and rationale, performance on Federation of State Boards of Occupational Therapy (FSBPT), alumni employment activities, alumni achievements in further education, honors, etc. 17. Respond to questionnaires and participate in research, which assesses the curriculum. 18. Respond to university, college and community agency requests for data on the program. 19. Keep faculty informed of potential problems and changes in criteria of accrediting/approving agencies. 20. Work closely with the advisement office in the Department of Occupational Therapy to maintain student files and keep up-to-date records required for admission advisement, progression, retention and recruitment of students. 21. Coordinate admissions for the Doctoral of Occupational Therapy (DPT). 22. Prepare written reports for internal and external accrediting and approval agencies, i.e., Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and their programs respective accrediting body. 23. Represent the Department of Occupational Therapy at conferences or other appropriate meetings. 24. Coordinate site visits from accrediting agencies. 25. Update graduate brochures and course descriptions in the University Graduate Catalog. 26. Conduct the annual end of program survey with graduating students. 27. Teach at least two courses per year. 28. Meet with Clinical Advisory Panel each semester to ensure smooth operation of the program and optimal outcomes for graduates. 29. Participate in grant writing and other activities to develop and maintain the program. 30. Participate in the strategic planning process. 31. Plan and conduct orientation of new faculty and part-time instructors. - 3

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