Coordinator, Undergraduate Nursing Hendersonville


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Job Summary: The program coordinator for undergraduate nursing in Hendersonville is responsible for providing program coordination and administrative support for the Undergraduate Nursing Program on the Hendersonville campus.

Essential Job Duties:

  • Assists Chair of Hendersonville campus in admitting Hendersonville undergraduate students into the College of Nursing by:
    • Keeping an accurate and current file with backup on students accepted in the Undergraduate Nursing Program.
    • Registering all Hendersonville undergraduate nursing students each semester.
    • Completing any related task that supports the progression of the undergraduate nursing student through the program.
  • Assigns faculty advisors for all Hendersonville students enrolled in the undergraduate nursing program.
  • Process departmental mail.
  • Serve as a solution-oriented resource for the college for faculty, staff, students, and the community of interest.
  • Serves as a resource for addressing questions from currently enrolled undergraduate nursing students or prospective nursing students, which requires familiarity with the different aspects of other regional undergraduate nursing programs.
  • Obtains and returns special exams associated with the undergraduate nursing program on the Hendersonville campus.
  • Performs duties of a receptionist, including answering the telephone, directing calls to the appropriate persons, and routing information.
  • Assists the Chair of the Hendersonville Campus and Hendersonville nursing faculty in preparing documents associated with the development, implementation, or evaluation of undergraduate nursing education.
  • Transcribes minutes of the various committees or other related events associated with the undergraduate nursing program. May be required to transcribe minutes for other meetings as directed by the dean. A draft of the minutes from the meeting must be available for review within 10 business days.
  • Prepares correspondence as directed by the Administrative Assistant, Dean, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs, or Chair of the Hendersonville campus.
  • Maintains a database of information that allows the Dean, Associate Dean for undergraduate programs, and Chair of the Hendersonville campus to review the success of the undergraduate nursing program.
  • Serves undergraduate nursing faculty in making travel arrangements for special meetings.
  • Maintains an accurate filing system of the undergraduate nursing program that supports the retrieval of necessary documents for accreditation (CCNE, SACS, and SREB) or other necessary reports. Examples include maintaining course evaluations, course syllabi, alumni evaluations, and exit interviews.
  • Prepares for nursing events that are specifically associated with the undergraduate nursing program.
  • Provides prompt support to the College of Nursing admissions department in sending letters to prospective students or other related tasks.
  • Supports Registrar on Hendersonville campus by registering Hendersonville nursing students in BSN program.
  • Maintain personnel files for adjunct faculty, obtaining necessary paperwork for the Office of Human Resource files as well as the College of Nursing files for accreditation purposes.
  • Ensures each adjunct faculty member has an updated University contract each academic year, issued by the Office of the Provost.
  • Submit monthly adjunct payroll report to the Office of Human Resources for processing and payment.
  • Purchase office supplies for the Hendersonville campus.
  • Assist with special projects as needed.
  • Be available to help with graduation.
  • Performs miscellaneous tasks requested from Dean, Chair of Undergraduate Nursing Program, or Administrative Assistant.
  • Travels to local events if needed by the Chair of the Hendersonville campus or Nursing Admissions Specialist.

Required Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or the equivalent is required. This position requires excellent verbal and writing communication skills; excellent interpersonal and organizational skills; demonstrated experience in routine office procedures, such as professional typing, data management, filing, transcription, and other clerical services; practical knowledge of computers and proficiency in the use of MS Word and Excel; excellent interpersonal skills to work effectively with faculty, students, staff, and visitors; and ability to follow directions with minimum guidelines and supervision.

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