1. Minimum of a Masters Degree in Nursing
2. An unencumbered New Jersey registered nurse licensed and a minimum of five years experience
as a registered nurse
3. Nursing leadership and management experience as evidence by a minimum of three years in a
nurse supervisory and management role is required for the Director
4. Evidence of current nursing knowledge
5. Evidence of teaching competence
6. Evidence of excellent clinical skills and experience providing clinical supervision of
nurses or nursing students
7. Nursing experience in both a hospital and doctors office is preferred
8. Nursing experience in both and emergency and non-emergency setting is preferred
9. Nursing experience or education that includes fundamentals of pharmacology, nutrition,
mental health illness, adult, maternal-child, and community nursing competence
10. Nursing experience or education that includes knowledge of the history and trends or
nursing, cultural diversity, legal and ethical responsibilities, and nursing practice
responsibilities including leadership, management, and health care delivery systems.
11. Nursing experience that includes knowledge of the history and trends of nursing cultural
diversity, legal and ethical responsibilities, and nursing practice responsibilities including
leadership, management, and health care delivery systems
12. Demonstration of effective oral and written communication skills required
13. Community college teaching experience is preferred
14. Experience in a variety of teaching and evaluation methods and delivery mediums including
multimedia presentation of classroom lectures and laboratory activities is preferred
15. An understanding of and commitment to the philosophy and,mission of the technical school
16. Understanding of the broad range of students’ abilities in an open admissions policy
17. Commitment to all students, including those of diverse cultures and ethnic backgrounds
Preference will be given to candidate who can demonstrate through their experiences and
1. An understanding of and commitment to the philosophy and mission of a comprehensive the
2. Proven successful teaching experience in technical school level nursing or allied health
3. Experience in multimedia presentation of classroom lectures & laboratory activities
4. Demonstrated speaking and writing skills
5. Understanding of the broad range of students’ abilities in an open admissions policy and
the ability to communicate to that technical school student population.
The Director of Nursing and Allied Health will be responsible for the planning,
implementation, and evaluation of the Licensed Practical Nurse Program and other Allied Health
programs. The Director of Nursing and Allied Health is directly responsible to the Vice
President of Instruction, Institutional Effectiveness and Development.
The essential functions and major responsibilities of the Director of Nursing and allied
health is as follows:
1. Develop and submit to the CEO of Instruction, Institutional Effectiveness and Development
proposed class schedule, teaching.
2. Develop and maintain appropriate clinical sites for LPN programs.
3. Supervise the planning, budgeting, and expenditures of funds allocated for the designated
4. Conduct annual curriculum and LPN review and revise curriculum to ensure appropriate skill
attainment of program graduates.
5. Serve as school and program liaison to professional Technical
6. Monitor LPN graduate pass rate on licensure exams and ensure program quality that produces
successful program graduates
7. Serve as student academic advisor
8. Plan appropriate professional
9. Maintain licensure requirements & monitor licensure compliance of division faculty
10. Orient new faculty members within the division to the college and to their specific
11. Recommend renewal or non-renewal of instructors’ contracts
12. Participate in Adjunct Faculty Orientation sessions
13. Recommend textbook adoptions and number of text needed each session within the division to
the Vice President of Instruction, Institutional Effectiveness and Development
14. Recruit faculty for the division
15. Recommend LPN Advisory Board membership; call Board meetings and ensure minutes are taken
and distributes in accordance with policy
16. Call and preside over instructional division meetings and submit copies of the minutes to
the Vice President of Instruction, Institutional Effectiveness & Development and to the
17. Process all requisitions for equipment, materials and supplies for the division and submit
to the Vice President of Instruction, Institutional Effectiveness & Dev.
18. Supervise LPN faculty and staff.
19. Arrange for classes to be covered when an instructor in the division is absent and report
instructor absences to the V.P. of Instruction, Institutional Effectiveness & Dev.
20. Assist program majors develop their personal Credentials packet assist the student in job
21. Ensure College reports and requested information are submitted accurately and promptly
22. Serve on and providing information to school committees as needed
23. Assist in student recruitment and retention of students
24. Work closely with the college administration on the development of annual budgets for
approval by the President
25. Maintain inventory records of all equipment assigned to the division and periodically
reconcile records with those maintained by the CEO
26. Supervise funds allocated for travel within the division and inform the CEO of travel
requests submitted by faculty within the division
27. Act as liaison between the division and appropriate administration to ensure policies and
procedures are followed:
The LPN Nursing Instructors will be responsible for the teaching nursing and related course in
the LPN program and for assisting the annual curriculum planning, and for serving as a faculty
advisors to students. The LPN instructors will teach courses in the LPN program. The
successful candidates must maintain licensure requirements.
The Nursing instructors will be directly responsible to Director of Nursing.
The essential functions and major responsibilities of the Nursing instructors will be as
1. Teach nursing and related courses during the day, evening, and weekend on any campus or
teaching site as assigned by the Director of Nursing and Allied Health at a level of quality
that will ensure program graduates have a skill attainment level at or above all licensure
2. Supervise students in a clinical sitting
3. Serve as faculty advisor to nursing students
4. Assist in student recruitment and retention of students
5. Recruit students for the nursing program
6. Maintain licensure requirements
7. Assist the Director develop and maintain appropriate clinical sites for LPN programs
8. Annually review and revise nursing program curriculum and course content to ensure program
gradates meet all licensure requirements and submit recommendations to the Director of Nursing
and Allied Health.
9. Assist the Director of Nursing and Allied Health to develop and submit to the C.E.O.,
Institutional Effectiveness and Development proposed class schedule, teaching, load and Summer
term teaching schedule for the LPN program
10. Assist the director in program planning, budgeting, and reporting
11. Serve as technical school and program liaison to professional organizations as directed by
the Director of Nursing.
12. Participate in annual professional development activities appropriate for nursing faculty
13. Participate in every class registration
14. Participate in every graduation
15. Participate in the technical school's committee governance by actively serving on
committees as assigned
16. Sponsor extra curriculum student activities appropriate for nursing students
17. Assist the Director of Nursing and Allied Health orient new adjunct faculty members within
the division of nursing within the technical school and to their specific responsibilities
18. Recommend textbooks changes to the Director of nursing and allied Health
PROCEDURE: Applicants must see the minimum qualifications and must submit a completed
application packet in order to be considered for this position. If you meet the minimum
qualifications and would like to apply, please contact the following office to request and
A completed application packet consists of:
• A completed Southern New Jersey Technical School Application for Employment,
• A current resume,
• A one-page written statement of the applicant’s teaching/administrative philosophy as it
relates to the current position applying for
• Documentation of required work experience from current employer and/or previous employer,
• Transcripts from all colleges attended or the final transcripts of the last college attended
if it reflects all degrees listed on the application and all related course work earned.
Transcripts from all colleges attended are preferred; Transcripts documenting attainment of
degree qualifications are required as a part of the application packets. Unofficial
transcripts will be accepted for interviews; however, official transcripts from all colleges
attended must be on file prior to employment.
DEADLINE: Applications and resume will be accepted until Sept 1, 2005
Applicants must adhere to the School’s prescribed interview schedule and travel at own
The School reserves the right not to fill positions in the even of budgetary or operational
constraints. Southern New Jersey technical School is a multi-organization and employees are to
travel among various work sites for day, evening, and weekend responsibilities and must provide
their own transportation.
It is the official policy of the Department of Postsecondary Education and Southern New Jersey
Technical School, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, disability, sex,
religion, creed, national origin, or age be excluded from participation in, be denied the
benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment.
Anticipated Starting Date: September 30, 2005