Department:: College of Health, Education and Human Services
Minimum Annual or Hourly Rate: $50,533
Coordinate the Student Success Program to provide assistance to undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Nursing, Kinesiology and Health (SONK) who are at risk for experiencing academic difficulty.
Master's degree in nursing, and at least 2 years teaching experience in higher education; at least 1-3 years experience working with student 1:1 or in small groups to improve student success; knowledge of licensure and accreditation requirements for nursing.
Master's with nursing education focus, 3 or more years' experience working with student 1:1 or in small groups; experience conducting workshops, seminars, and groups, working with culturally diverse students; experience working with students whose first language is not English; experience advising students and ability to gather data to prepare reports; effective written and verbal communication skills, ability to analyze and solve problems; excellent interpersonal and organizational, decision-making skills and proficiency in MS applications as well as NCLEX, Evolve, HESI and other educational programs
Essential Functions and percent of time::
75% Provide assistance to at-risk SONK students: a) Meet with students to identify individual learning needs and potential solutions and mutually evaluate academic progress in the nursing and/or other health programs
b) Organize and schedule workshops on academic success topics such as study skills, time management, test-taking strategies, and program adjustments
c) Maintain and update a collection of learning materials and resources to facilitate student mastery of SONK content
d) Assist students to prepare for tests
e) Inform students of services and resources available for student improvement within the University, such as the Dunbar Library, Nursing Simulation Learning Resource Center and various student services
f) Monitor the academic progress of students receiving assistance from the Student Success Program
20% Work collaboratively with faculty to assist at-risk SONK students
a) Consult with faculty to facilitate student achievement of course objectives
b) Maintain documentation of student needs, participation and progress
c) Prepare and present reports, including referrals, remedial activities, and academic outcomes of students receiving assistance from the program to the SONK curriculum committees, University departments and external agencies, including clinical practice partners as appropriate
5% Act as a liaison and develop collaborative relationships with individuals in the University's student service departments and coordinate standardized testing program and remediation
Occasional evenings may be required.
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