The Nurse-Midwifery and WHNP Program Director is responsible for the oversight, management, implementation, and quality of the Nurse-Midwifery and WHNP specialty courses taken by all master’s level and BSN-DNP students enrolled in this track at Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies. All courses are delivered via a distance education modality.
The Nurse-Midwifery and WHNP Program Director is responsible for:
Working collaboratively with the other core and clinical program directors, technical support and senior department and school administration; directing all matters relating to the specialty curriculum including course development, delivery, quality, and evaluation (including course and faculty evaluations). This includes:
Coordination and monitoring of accreditation requirements (CCNE, ACME)
Development and implementation of a program evaluation plan
Monitoring and reporting of program outcomes (retention/graduation rates, certification rates, employment rates, etc.) to the department chair
Management, planning and coordination of program operations
Coordination and implementation of the specialty curriculum
Supervision, evaluation and fostering professional development of program faculty
Collaboration with faculty and staff colleagues, as well as departmental leadership to ensure outstanding program graduates and effective planning/implementation of future initiatives
Enhancement of the program’s reputation and visibility through engagement in relevant professional activities
Engagement in scholarly activities such as research, publications and grant writing.
The Nurse-Midwifery and WHNP Program Director reports to the Chair, Department of Advanced Nursing Practice (ANP).
This faculty position is held on the educator track in the Department of Advanced Nursing Practice (ANP) at Assistant, Associate or Full Professor rank including scholarship, teaching and service expectations with the following time commitments:
NM/WHNP Administration (as Program Director): 50-75% based on student enrollment and program needs
Teaching: 5 to 10 credits annually
Georgetown University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer fully dedicated to achieving a diverse faculty and staff. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, disability or other categories protected by law.
Hold a doctoral degree in nursing or related subject
Hold a masters degree in nursing if terminal degree is not in nursing
Hold, or be eligible for RN and APRN licensure in the District of Columbia (DC), and in home state if not resident in Washington, DC
Certification as a Certified Nurse-Midwife (CNM) or Certified Midwife (CM) required; dual certification as a NM/WHNP preferred
Minimum 5 years experience as a Nurse-Midwife/Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner
Be eligible for rank at Assistant, or preferably Associate/Full professor standing at Georgetown University
Have an active, incremental record of scholarship
Have experience in the development, teaching and administration of advanced nursing practice educational courses/programs
Have experience teaching in a distance-based education format
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: 12345
About Georgetown University
Georgetown University School of Nursing & Health Studies is a values-based organization that educates the health workforce and advances practice, research, and scholarship, with a strong focus on reducing health disparities and promoting health equity around the globe. The multidisciplinary school houses energizing academic degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels.
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