Program Coordinator, Department of Advanced Nursing Practice - Georgetown University School of Nurs
Program Coordinator, Department of Advanced Nursing Practice - Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies
Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) is a dynamic academic organization dedicated to its mission, which reads, "Advancing the health and well-being of individuals and communities." A part of Georgetown University Medical Center, NHS advances that mission in meaningful ways, including innovative undergraduate and nationally ranked graduate programs and faculty research, scholarship, and teaching initiatives.
The Program Coordinator handles administrative management of all academic, administrative, and regulatory functions of the Department of Advanced Nursing Practice. Reporting to the Department Chair, the Program Coordinator has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Administers and manages the Typhon account and provides preceptors with timely communication and end-of-rotation hour verification documentation.
- Prepares, maintains, and distributes student and faculty manuals/handbooks.
- Assists faculty with reimbursements and ProCard reconciliations.
- Works with 2U to ensure they have all new CFA information and that students are assigned their CFAs in SalesForce.
- Works with Program Faculty and Academic Affairs to identify term by term course schedules.
- Tracks all OCI expenses and manages student data and contracts in a timely manner.
- Collects current information on all students, preceptors, and sites using internal and external databases/web systems housing student information (Certified Background, Typhon, Salesforce, Cognos, Banner, MyAccess, Google Drive, and Box).
- Conducts tabulation and analysis of evaluations of students, site evaluations, preceptor evaluations, and self-evaluations, and generates end-of-semester reports downloaded from Typhon.
- Works with professional organizations to oversee student licensing requirements.
- Provides support to faculty and staff in coordinating and completing accreditation process.
- Bachelor's degree - Master's degree preferred
- 3 to 5 years of office/administrative experience - preferably in academic or non-profit environment
- Proficiency in Microsoft Access, Excel and Word, with the ability to assist with data points
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with faculty and students and independently
- Organizational, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills
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