DPNP Program Coordinator
Posted on Nov 11, 2018 by Georgetown University
Program Coordinator - Department of Professional Nursing Practice (DPNP)
The Program Coordinator is the focal point for communications among the faculty, students, school administration, advisory committees and alumni, and therefore has the broadest knowledge of all aspects of the programs and operations of the department. With administration skills, the Coordinator provides the base for successful academic and research operations and growth. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Administrative management of all aspects of the Department of Nursing.
- Assists with creation of course schedule in line with student progression plan.
- Assists with projecting faculty hire needs.
- Collects and manage faculty hire materials to ensure compliance with HR, GUMC and accreditation bodies.
- Completes and submits all paperwork to ensure smooth onboarding of faculty.
- Works with clinical placement coordinator, course coordinators and BSN, CNL and DNP PD's as needed.
- Completes domestic and international travel logistics for faculty and students in accordance with the Office of Global Services, Tax, Undocumented student services, etc.
- Assists with monitoring program quality and improvement recommendations.
- Serves as the recorder for DPNP meetings, ensuring minutes are maintained and appropriately stored and available for review.
- Assists with all DPNP duties as needed.
- Serves as a liaison between the department and external entities.
- Manages pre-program and orientation programs for students and faculty.
- Provides administrative support to faculty.
- Manages planning of DPNP events including graduation, pinning, induction, faculty retreats, student events and scheduling of space as needed.
- Develops and maintains academic calendar.
- Provides timely information to ensure smooth operations with students, faculty, IT, Finance, HR, Dean's Office, Communications, other NHS departments, Marketing, GUMC and GU.
- Database management, maintenance, reporting and technology.
- Provides faculty and student support.
- Manages finances, compliance and admissions.
- Bachelor's degree
- 2-4 years working in health education
- Educational program development experience
- Relevant, hands-on healthcare delivery experience preferred
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, spreadsheets, data management and Google applications
- Detail oriented
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Ability to work independently with minimal guidance
- Ability to prioritize tasks and know and access available
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