The RNBS Program Director is responsible for overview and coordination of RNBS program to optimize utilization of expertise and resources, and to provide operations oversight to faculty and staff. The RNBS Program Director is an academically and clinically qualified faculty member who meets state and national standards for licensure and excellence in a selected program at OHSU School of Nursing. The individual in this leadership role is responsible program structure, functions, practices, and clinical oversight to ensure that the program adheres to accreditation and state nurse practice act standards. The program director ensures active engagement of all faculty in program recruitment, curricular development, course and program goal attainment, student engagement, and cohesive program functioning. Reports to the appropriate Assistant Dean as indicated on the School of Nursing organizational chart.
The position also has a faculty component. Faculty participate fully in the teaching mission of the School of Nursing; specific activities and responsibilities are based on rank. Faculty can expect to be hired at the ranks of Lecturer through Assistant Professor, though may be hired at a higher rank with extensive academic experience. Ranks are based on education and experience. Faculty members are also expected to participate in service to the school, including student advising.
Faculty ranks are as follows:
Lecturer (BSN or equivalent): $70,100 - $78,500
Instructor (MSN or equivalent):$79,100 - $91,000
Assistant Professor (MSN/DNP or equivalent): $86,240 - $115,800
Faculty may be hired at Associate or Professor level depending on qualifications. Associate/Professor salary range is $120,180 to $180,304
Key Results Areas:
Leadership and Administration
Master’s acceptable with an active program of doctoral education and targeted completion date.
Relevant national and state level certifications and licensure - OSBN, RN, BLS License.
Minimum of 5 years progressive clinical and academic experience.
Doctoral preparation desired; PhD, DNP, or other related doctorate. A doctorate is required for ranks of Assistant Professor or higher.
Teaching experience at the baccalaureate level or higher preferred.
Ability to teach using online technologies.
Demonstrated history of developing a cohesive team and positive outcomes with external constituents/stakeholders.
Remote Work: 3 days per week