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Vice President of Academic AffairS

Bellin College has a distinguished reputation for providing students with a quality education which prepares them for the demands of the rapidly changing health care environment. The College has continually restructured its programs to meet health care changes. This devotion is portrayed through Bellin College’s rich heritage and commitment to nursing and healthcare education.  Currently Bellin College has a full-time opening for Vice President of Academic Affairs position. 

The Vice President of Academic Affairs creates an environment that supports and enhances the College mission, vision, values and philosophy.  Assures the integrity of curriculum through effective planning, implementation, and evaluation of the undergraduate and graduate programs by providing guidance to and collaborating with MSN Program Director, BSN Program Director, BSRN Program Director, Health Sciences Resource Center Coordinator, Academic Advisors, Scheduler, and faculty members regarding their respective areas of responsibility for the curriculum. 

Responsibilities include, but not limited to:

  • Communicates curriculum changes to the President’s Cabinet and other departments as appropriate, and oversees student achievement standards and College Assessment Plan (CAP) as related to the educational programs.
  • Responsible for coordination of development, approval and scheduling for clinical sites and community resources and all course offerings to maintain and enhance the educational programs of the college.
  • Maintains contracts for the educational programs as well as maintaining standards and responsibilities for Wisconsin State Board of Nursing approval, Joint Review Committee in Radiologic Technology approval and Commission on collegiate Nursing Education accreditation. 
  • Submits the recommended budget for the academic area and administers the allocated budget in a cost effective manner. 
  • In charge for faculty recruitment, orientation, assignments and performance evaluations.  Promotes an environment of strategic continuous quality improvement.


Valid Wisconsin RN license.  Master’s degree in nursing with earned doctorate in nursing or related field. 


Minimum of five years of nursing experience, within the immediate past ten years including three years experience as faculty member in a master’s or baccalaureate nursing education program. Three years in an administrative role in nursing education, to include developing and administering a budget is essential to this role.


Demonstrated knowledge and skills in the application of principles and practices of educational leadership, and administration to include undergraduate and graduate curriculum development, implementation and evaluation.  Strong visionary, analytical, critical thinking, project management and organizational skills.

Apply online at and attach letter of interest and curriculum vitae.

For full consideration, applications must be received by January 9th, 2012


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posted december 2011