Job TitleCoordinator of Allied Health (Full-time)
The Coordinator of Allied Health supports the College President in administering and directing College affairs. This position also serves as the chief academic officer for the Allied Health programs offered by the College. This role administers the policies and procedures that apply to academic programs and faculty; directs the planning, developing, and implementing of health programs and courses to meet the present and future needs of the community; and complies with TBR and accreditation standards. This position also works closely with the Vice-President of Instruction and Accreditation, along with Students Services, in the student recruitment process.
Submit a cover letter, resume, and application (click here to download the application) to:
Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Murfreesboro
1303 Old Fort Parkway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Specialized Qualification: Must hold active RN licensure in the State of Tennessee.
Education: Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree preferred) in Nursing from an accredited college or university.
Experience: Five years of full-time employment in business or industry; five years work experience in an approved vocational or technical program; supervisory experience in an educational setting, preferred.
Specialized Knowledge: Must have: at least two (2) years of clinical nursing experience; teaching experience in a health-related program; knowledge of methods of effective teaching and supervision.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND TASKS
1.Support the College President in the continuous review, revision, implementation and monitoring of operational goals and objectives, while developing and making
recommendations to the College President. Participate in professional development activities and statewide workshops on an annual basis.
2.Provide leadership and vision in planning, budgeting, staffing, and policy development.
3.Provide leadership for the training and motivation of assigned staff in order to make full use of individual capabilities and to meet college growth and demands.
4.Plan, develop, and evaluate an instructional program for all Allied Health students. Review curriculum to ensure the programs meet the accreditation standards and follow all TBR policies and procedures.
5.Supervise and evaluate the Allied Health staff on classroom and clinical instruction. Schedule the work of Allied Health instructional staff including assisting with clinical schedules.
6.Plan, develop, and evaluate an instructional program for all Allied Health students. Assist in the recruitment and selection of students for each program.
7.Prepare and maintain a current Student Handbook for Allied Health students.
8.Assist with the Allied Health program budget each year and contain costs within budget allocations.
9.Prepare the annual report to the Board of Nursing and other reports as requested by the Board and accrediting bodies of all Allied Health programs, or the TCATM
10.Counsel Allied Health students as necessary and maintain appropriate program and student records as needed.
11.Maintain an active advisory committee for Allied Health programs.
12.Secure clinical affiliation agreements with health care facilities each year.
Special Skills: Must have: the ability to exercise good judgement in evaluating situations and making decisions; the ability to deal tactfully with the public and co-workers; the ability to express ideas clearly, concisely, and convincingly; the ability to plan and direct the work of others; the ability to prioritize projects, attend to multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines; administrative skills; technical writing skills; project management skills.
Mental Concentration Required: Must possess: good analytical and exceptional communication skills, combined with an orientation for details; the ability to concentrate/focus for long periods of time; evidence of good character, mature attitude, and stable personality.
Amount of Manual Dexterity Needed: Must have the ability to use personal computer and telephone.