Responsible for planning, organizing and development of health science clinical assignments, coordination of student clinical requirements, and accreditation reporting for programs.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES*
- Coordinates the admission process as it applies to all students within the health science programs, including ranking. Computes GPA, verifies required classes and grades of all students. Clarifies advising changes and procedures with Student Success Center advisors
- Develops clinical sites to meet the needs of the health science programs
- Identifies, prepares and updates clinical contracts with all clinical facilities
- Evaluates students’ readiness for clinical placement
- Collaborates with the health science program support specialist to determine student assignments and verify student’s requirements met
- In coordination with the Health Science Program Support Specialist, prepares nursing clinical schedules for college course schedules. Determines clinical placement and schedules for nursing students each semester
- Works closely with faculty, advisors, and students to assure that each student has the opportunity for a successful internship
- Provides front desk customer service duties in collaboration with the program support specialist
- Assists program directors with accreditation reporting and data collection.
- Collates graduate nursing program evaluation forms, instructor evaluations and clinical agency evaluations (online); and prepares/processes post-graduation surveys.
- Places lab and classroom supply orders for health sciences (excluding nursing)
- Collaborates in welcoming health science office visitors by greeting them, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.
- Performs other duties as assigned
SUPERVISION – Works under the general supervision of the Dean of Occupational Programs
ATTENDANCE – Individuals in this position are generally expected to be available in the full course of the calendar year during the regular business hours of the college, and may occasionally be asked to work more than their regularly scheduled hours, including evenings and weekends.
WORKING CONDITIONS – Conditions are those of a typical office environment, requiring frequent oral communication with students and colleagues, and the ability to enter data and written communications in electronic format in a timely manner. Occasional health science clinical site visitations are necessary, requiring travel which may occur into the evening, on weekends, and/or during inclement weather.
- Bachelor’s degree in business, or a related field providing foundational knowledge for the effective performance of the above-referenced skillsets
- Three years of program or task coordination experience, or combination of education and experience commensurate with the requirements of this position
- Proficiency in computerized word processing and ability to learn and use a variety of personal computer software
- Ability to promptly and accurately assess, process, and act effectively on procedural, legal, or program information, of varying ambiguity, received from various official and individual sources
- Ability to work effectively and professionally with students and professional staff in an academic environment
JOB DIMENSIONS – Analysis, judgment, planning and organizing, influence, sensitivity, attention to detail, delegation, stress tolerance, commitment to the college, dependability, work standards, initiative, informal communication, written communication, oral presentations, negotiation, persuasiveness, self-reliance, knowledge of work, teamwork.
Kirtland Community College is an equal opportunity employer
* This job description is intended to describe the type and level of work being performed by a person in this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified.