Director of Nursing




Director of Nursing

Dean of Academics and Extended Learning

Nursing Faculty, Executive Assistant to the Director of Nursing

March 27, 2019

The Director of Nursing is responsible for the LPN and RN programs.


  1. Facilitate/Oversee the ACEN accreditation process.
  2. Act as liaison between Michigan Board of Nursing and Glen Oaks Community College.
  3. Prepare agendas and meet with Health Advisory Committee for the nursing program.
  4. Coordinate activities between Glen Oaks Community College and affiliating institutions (such as development and renewal of annual agreements, clinical site evaluation reports, and notification of planned utilization).
  5. Act as liaison for advanced degree completion programs and participate in Michigan Council of Nursing Education Administrators (MCNEA) meetings and other nursing education meetings as appropriate.
  6. Evaluate need and initiate new programs that are deemed to be appropriate to the mission of the College.
  7. Provide cost containment analysis practices for nursing programs.
  8. Order and plan for the utilization/administration of Kaplan entrance testing and maintain ongoing records of results.
  9. Completes self-study and nursing education program report as requested by the Board of Nursing.
  10. Provide cost containment analysis practices for nursing programs.


  1. Assume responsibility for the planning, supervision, evaluation, publicity, recruitment, admission and graduation for the programs.
  2. Recommend the teaching schedules and assignments of nursing faculty.
  3. Screen candidates for full-time positions according to College policies.
  4. Supervise and evaluate full-time nursing faculty.
  5. Select and evaluate part-time faculty.
  6. Administer pre-admission exams, and admit student applicants in compliance with Michigan Board of Nursing guidelines.
  7. Prepare content for the Nursing Program handbook, college catalog and other informational literature, and revise as necessary.
  8. Maintain records of all students and documentation of health requirements for faculty and students.
  9. Maintain a current “Systematic Plan for Evaluation” for the nursing department.
  10. Facilitate and resolve conflicts within functional areas.


  1. Serve as the administrative leader for the nursing programs.
  2. Prepare and submit the area budgets and document the delivery of and payment for purchases.
  3. Order and plan for the utilization of National League for Nursing (NLN) testing and maintain ongoing records of results.
  4. Prepare documentation for Perkins reports.
  5. Lead the department with national accreditation efforts.
  6. Perform other duties as assigned by the Dean of Academics and Extended Learning.


  • Program Review Committee
  • Curriculum Committee
  • Perkins Committee


  1. Registered Nurse with current Michigan licensure.
  2. Master’s Degree in Nursing, experience in nursing education, nursing practice and administration.
  3. Available to work evenings/weekends when required.


Submit cover letter, resume, transcripts and three references to: Glen Oaks Community College, Attn: Human Resources, 62249 Shimmel Road, Centreville, MI 49032; or via e-mail at Position will remain open until filled, applications reviewed upon receipt.

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