Director, Nursing Services
We are seeking a Director, Nursing Services for Harding University’s 16-month Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program that is scheduled to launch in August 2022.
The Director, Nursing Services provides Administrative and Clinical Academic leadership as the ABSN site leader in developing, maintaining, evaluating, and collaborating with the Harding University Nursing Academic team. The primary responsibilities for this position include operational leadership for delivery of the curriculum using a blended learning model to advance student success in the ABSN program. In addition to the general oversight of student success, the director works collaboratively to support and identify retention strategies, provide faculty support, and evaluate student data.
If you are seeking a leadership role in an innovative, non-traditional education setting, please reach out to us for information or to talk about this opportunity. Compensation, PTO, tuition and traditional benefits included.
Prior to launching the program, the Director, Nursing Services will work closely with the regulatory, academic, and our healthcare partner, the Mercy Heath, to meet curricular alignment of Clinical, Lab, and Simulation experiences.
Once the program is launched, the Director, Nursing Services is accountable for providing leadership and management of the ABSN learning site in Rogers, AR. Responsibilities include scheduling, proctoring, skills laboratory, clinical placement and compliance, and simulation for students at the ABSN site. Orbis has partnered with TBD to serve as the dedicated healthcare partner for student clinical rotations.
Who is Orbis Education?
Orbis partners with colleges and universities to expand their pre-licensure healthcare programs. Our partners leverage our expertise to produce thousands of high-quality graduates ready to enter the workforce and meet employers’ demands.
- Terminally degreed RN with unencumbered AR licensure
- Minimum of 5 years nursing practice, 3 years of which must be teaching in a program of nursing accredited by a nationally recognized association approved by the Board or an agency authorized by law to accredit such programs
- Minimum of 3 years of progressive academic and leadership experience, including supervision of personnel
- Online teaching experience strongly preferred
- Academic leadership experience strongly preferred