The Assistant Dean for Student Affairs is responsible for leadership and oversight of all aspects of the College of Nursing’s undergraduate and graduate student affairs activities. These responsibilities include strategic visioning and planning, problem-solving to ensure quality student affairs activities, development/ refinement of policies and procedures, implementation of effective student strategies, monitoring and quality assurance of student affairs processes and procedures, and communication strategies to enhance processes and procedures. Directly supervises the student affairs operations within the Office of Student Affairs...learn more.
Program Coordinator will assist the Principal Investigator and research team in the recruitment of participants, conduct of participant interviews, data entry into the REDCap Study database and perform daily supportive administrative tasks for a research study funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Institutes of Nursing Research (NINR) that seeks to improve current and future chronic illness management among adult African American COVID-19 survivors and their caregivers in medical underserved and rural areas of South Carolina....learn more.
Responsible for development and implementation of one or more research programs or initiatives. Work collaboratively and efficiently with research nurse to deliver the intervention component of the study per the protocol, study procedures, and in strict accordance with established timelines...learn more.
Manages the Oﬃce of Research budget/accounts and is responsible for processing travel arrangements and documents for the Associate Dean and prepares payment requests, print requests, purchase orders/requisitions, supply orders, etc. for the Oﬃce of Research. Provides staff support to the Research and Scholarship Council and the Research and Scholarship Day Committee....learn more.
Clinical Areas Available:
Available Days: Mon, Tues, Wed, & Thurs (varies by course)
2 Yrs in RN practice
Send Resume/CV ASAP to:
Kate Chappell, PhD, APRN, CPNP‐PC
Coordinator of Clinical Education