Program Director, Registered Nursing (RN) Program

Chesapeake, VA
May 21, 2018
Oct 19, 2018
Executive, Director
Full Time
Job Description: This person develops, plans, and implements the educational program through ongoing assessment and revision of the curriculum; providing instruction using the latest patient care and educational technology; coordinating clinical rotations for students in the program; documenting student progress; coordinating formative and summative assessment of students and faculty; and engagement in ongoing systematic evaluation activities. Education Level
Master's Level Degree

Required: Related - 3 years

Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below

Required: Registered Nurse

Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below

Required: Communication, Microsoft Office, Speaking, Writing

Preferred: None, unless noted in the “Other” section below

Sentara College of Health Sciences is currently recruiting for a Program Director, for their Registered Nurse (RN) Program. This is a fantastic career opportunity for an experienced Nurse Educator.
The Sentara College of Health Sciences offers its students a broad range of experiences and opportunities. Sentara College of Health Sciences is owned and operated by Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, which is owned and operated by Sentara Healthcare, a not-for-profit integrated healthcare system located in Norfolk, Virginia. Sentara facilities are located in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, in western Virginia, central Virginia, in northern Virginia, and in northern North Carolina. The College is located in Chesapeake, Virginia. Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, a 555-bed acute care hospital, serves as a primary teaching facility for the College as well as for Eastern Virginia Medical School. The hospital has earned international recognition for its medical firsts, such as the conception and birth of the nation's first in-vitro baby and the use of revolutionary procedures in reconstructive surgery. Sentara Norfolk General Hospital is also regionally and nationally known for many of its highly specialized services, such as cardiac, cancer, high-risk pregnancy, trauma, transplant, and microsurgery. The hospital is recognized as the area's only Level I Trauma Center.

In addition to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, students at the Sentara College of Health Sciences use hospital units and facilities throughout Sentara Healthcare for clinical experiences. Other Sentara acute care hospitals include Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital, Sentara Bayside Hospital, Sentara Heart Hospital, Sentara Leigh Hospital, Sentara CarePlex Hospital, Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center, Sentara Obici Hospital, Martha Jefferson Hospital, Sentara Rockingham Memorial Hospital, Sentara Northern Regional Medical Center, Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital, and Sentara Albemarle Medical Center. Other Sentara facilities include outpatient and diagnostic centers, physician practices, urgent care centers, nursing and assisted living centers, adult day care centers, and a home healthcare agency. Professional partnerships or affiliations exist with other healthcare organizations, such as The Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters. This wide diversity provides students with excellent clinical opportunities. These facilities also employ graduates of Sentara College of Health Sciences, graduates who are prepared with insight and sensitivity that set them apart from all others.

Key words:
Program Director

Masters degree required. Doctoral degree is Nursing or Education preferred. Applicants who have completed the BSN to Phd Nursing/DNP tract will also be considered. At least 3 years experience in area of expertise required; preferred experience in a health care education setting