This position participates in the planning, development, organizing, and evaluation of continuing educational programs, courses and activities for allied health and related fields. This position will also oversee the paramedic program partnership and other health care career partnerships.
1. Under the direction of the immediate manager, analyzes market demand; develops, implements and markets new programs; builds relationships with business clientele and organizations relative to healthcare careers to ensure offerings of CPE health career courses are relevant, effective, and germane to Ocean County. 2. Develops strategies and procedures that support student enrollment, retention, externship/clinical placement and program completion. 3. Coordinates and serves as the liaison for the MONOC Paramedic program; evaluates and oversees Didactic and Clinical curriculum and the progress of students. 4. Conducts ongoing training needs assessments; prepares and monitors training contracts; collaborates with Customized Training contacts (to promote & offer training to area healthcare providers). 5. Advises and assists students and potential students with academic program planning and course selection; serve as a subject matter expert for students, instructional staff and advisory board committees. 6. Assists in developing the schedule of classes and oversees administrative tasks such as: textbook selection, student surveys, classroom observations, faculty evaluations, performance reviews, conferences, and professional development. 7. Oversees licensing, clinical, and credentialing practices; develops standard practices to identify at-risk students, review and refresh policies and procedures, and resolve instructor and student issues. 8. Oversees reporting to state agencies including the tracking of data and reports for SURE, ETPL, ANDWIOA requirements; oversees adherence to State reporting, programmatic accreditor criteria, and college policies and procedures. 9. Contributes to the writing and submission of grant applications. 10. Related duties and projects as assigned.
1. Bachelor's Degree in a healthcare related field 2. Two or more years of relevant administrative experience, including the development of health care educational programs and budgets. 3. At least five years of experience working in healthcare or in higher education healthcare programs requiring excellent interpersonal communication and relationship building skills including the ability to work well with faculty, administration, external contacts and to articulate departmental viewpoints to others. 4. Four years of recent experience using Microsoft Office Suite to create professional documents, presentations and financial/enrollment reports.