Chair of the Undergraduate Nursing and Graduate Nursing of Populations Programs
Boise State University’s rapidly expanding School of Nursing (SON) is searching for a permanent Chair which will provide leadership for both the Undergraduate Nursing and the Graduate Nursing of Populations programs. This leadership position is an integral member of the SON administrative team. The nontraditionally organized SON administration includes the Director of SON, this Chair as well as a second Chair that oversees three self-funded programs: the RN-BS Completion, the new DPN, and the new AGNP programs. Both Chairs report to the Director of the School and are members of the College of Health Sciences’ Administrative Leadership Council that includes the Dean of the College, the SON Director, and the other College Chairs representing the Departments of Respiratory Care, Radiological Sciences, and Community and Environmental Health.
- PhD or EdD or DNP, and a MS/MN/MSN in nursing, with the ability to receive RN licensure in Idaho
- Higher educational experiences in undergraduate and graduate nursing
- Leadership experiences which have prepared the applicant for an administrative position
- Strong facilitation skills
- Motivation to be an active part of a dynamic, contemporary administrative team, both in the School of Nursing and College of Health Sciences
- Positive communication skills
- Desire to mentor future administrators
- Commitment to fulfill the IOM Future of Nursing Initiative through creative higher education applications
- Strong inter-professional and community partnership skills
There are no full-time faculty positions open at this time.
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