Position Profile Link Located in Alabama’s vibrant state capital, Auburn University atMontgomery is a fast-growing university on the rise. Don’t justtake our word for it: The Princeton Review rates us as one of thebest colleges in the Southeast, while U.S. News & World Reportrecently ranked us No. 22 among regional universities in the Southfor the quality of undergraduate teaching and 38th among all publicinstitutions in the region.Auburn University at Montgomery is an equal opportunity employercommitted to excellence through diversity; therefore, we encourageapplications from historically underrepresented groups, veterans,and individuals with disabilities. Additionally, the safety andsecurity of our campus community is a top priority. All employeesat AUM are considered to be Responsible Employees and have the dutyto immediately report information that has the potential toadversely impact safety or wellness on our campus Auburn University at Montgomery reserves the right onceinterviewing has begun to stop accepting applications. Duties and Responsibilities: Special Instructions to Applicants: Job Close Date: Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsResumeCover LetterProfessional Reference SheetOptional Documents Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Creates and implements a plan to reach targeted admissions goals;advises and updates Dean and department chair aboutrecruitment.Develops a communication plan in conjunction with college andschool leadership, college communications, college student servicesand the university admissions group.Researches, develops and designs program, school and collegerecruiting materials, including video in conjunction with collegecommunications and leadership.Responsible for benchmarking, developing and updating bestpractices for college recruitment at the graduate level.Assists department chair in coordinating and planning recruiting atthe graduate level.Oversees all aspects of the development and implementation of therecruitment of students to the degree programs within the collegeto reach and sustain the admissions goals of the college.Provide supervision and management of every aspect of the advisingand registration process.Provide a thorough orientation to the College of Nursing and HealthSciences for new graduate students.Advise all graduate students each semester to provide guidance incourse selection, address questions, and offer information asnecessary.Provide guidance to graduate students regarding the Websterregistration process.Develop and continually update advising materials to facilitate theorientation, advising, and registration process for new andcontinuing graduate students.Identify students in need of special services and refer to theappropriate department such as the Counseling Center, CareerDevelopment, the Learning Center for tutoring, or the Center forDisability Services.Function as a student advocate with various departments to assurethe continued enrollment of graduate students. (Examples includeassisting in the admission process, financial aid referrals,seeking articulation of courses through the Registrar’s Office,obtaining course waivers from the proper academic departments fortransfer credit, and evaluating applicable hours for Veteransbenefits for the Financial Aid Office.)Advise all graduate students, facilitate their registrationprocess, and maintain their files.Act as a Banner (Student) expert for the College of Nursing andHealth Sciences as needed to instruct faculty and staff on its useand provide information to faculty as requested.Represent the College of Nursing and Health Sciences on variousuniversity committees such as the Advising Committee and AcademicStandards as assigned.Participate in College of Nursing and Health Sciences committees asassigned.Develop and implement a strong recruiting plan designed tofacilitate the continued growth of the College of Nursing andHealth Sciences.Represent the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at events suchas Career Days, College Fairs, New Student Orientation, and WarhawkWelcome to share information about the College of Nursing andHealth Science to potential students.Manage initial student inquiries about the College of Nursing andHealth Sciences and perform follow up.Send information to prospective students as requested whilemaintaining a prospective student data base.Develop brochures and other informational items about the Collegeof Nursing and Health Sciences.Assure that the information on the College of Nursing and HealthSciences website directed to potential students and to currentgraduate students is up to date and accurate.Develop reports and accreditation information as needed; maintain adatabase of enrolled students and progression to graduation.Maintain all program documents in designated physical andelectronic files.Begin the process to initiate letters of agreement from preceptorsand clinical agencies.Retain preceptor documents in SharePoint or other accessibleelectronic file.Submits all completed clinical documentation to FNP Coordinator forverification of appropriateness.Collects and analyzes evaluations of preceptors and clinicalsites.Maintains an accurate and current database for each clinical courseto include student and preceptor contact information, stateregulatory requirements, state boards of nursing requirements, andclinical agreements with facilities.Verifies licensure status of preceptors each semester.Verifies that student documentation in Castlebranch is complete andapproved each semester.Analyze admissions and graduation data as needed to identifytrends. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Job Open Date:04/08/2021 Knowledge of acceptable basic management practicesKnowledge of applicable institutional practices andproceduresKnowledge of limited budgeting principles and practicesKnowledge of applicable University practices and proceduresInterpersonal skillsWritten communication skillsProblem analysis skillsAbility to speak in public, lead small group meetings, and makepresentationsAbility to work on multiple projects at one time and respond tomultiple competing demandsAbility to use a computer and relevant software applicationsAbility to manage project activities and the work of othersAbility to coordinate the work of othersAbility to supervise Position Title:Graduate Nursing Advising and Recruiting Manager About the University/College This posting will remain open until closed:Yes Quick Linkhttps://www.jobs.aum.edu/postings/4689 Position Information Salary Band:106 Employment Type:Full-Time Classification Title:Program/Project Manager Minimum Qualifications: Department:College of Nursing and Health Sciences Administration Vacancy Number:S-00713 A bachelor’s degree in business, economics, psychology, math orrelated field and one year of experience in higher education.
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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Practicing outside on a chilly, windy day in Owings Mills to prepare for December conditions in Cleveland, the Ravens saw all but one of 53 players on the active roster take part in the workout.But that one was linebacker Ray Lewis, who was absent from the portion of practice open to the media as he continues to recover from a turf toe injury that’s kept him sidelined the last two games. Coach John Harbaugh would not provide any update on Lewis’ status when asked on Wednesday afternoon.Cornerback Chris Carr (back), linebacker Dannell Ellerbe (thigh), and defensive tackle Arthur Jones (concussion) returned to practice after missing the Ravens’ Thanksgiving game against the San Francisco 49ers. Jones has finally been cleared for contact after suffering a concussion in Baltimore’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Nov. 13.Linebacker Terrell Suggs had his wisdom teeth removed over the weekend and continues to deal with the effects of the procedure despite being present during the open portion of practice on Wednesday afternoon.Safety Emanuel Cook took part in his first practice with the Ravens after being claimed from the New York Jets on Tuesday afternoon. Harbaugh said Cook, a 2009 undrafted free agent from South Carolina, will contribute to the special teams units and will have the potential to work his way into the rotation at safety in the future.Harbaugh also expressed the organization’s condolences over the passing of former Pro Bowl defensive tackle Chester McGlockton, who served as an intern coach for the Ravens two years ago. McGlockton played for four teams during his NFL career, including the Chiefs, Broncos, Raiders, and Jets.Visit the BuyAToyota.com Audio Vault to hear from John Harbaugh, Joe Flacco, Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs, Cory Redding, and Lee Evans right here.
Two-time Olympic champion Caster Semenya will not run her specialist 800m distance at Rabat on Sunday despite having received an invitation to do so, in the latest twist of her bitter court battle over gender rules.“She received an invitation but is unable to organise her schedule to come to Rabat,” organiser Alain Blondel told AFP.Semenya was cleared to take part in the Diamond League meeting after Switzerland’s top court rejected an IAAF request to re-impose rules obliging her to lower her testosterone before competing in certain events.Organisers of the Morocco event had initially refused to allow the South African to take part but on Friday they “confirmed her invitation”. Now, it seems she has declined it due to reportedly not having enough time to get there.The Swiss federal court issued their order on Wednesday, explaining “this means that Caster remains permitted to compete without restriction in the female category at this time.”The IAAF had earlier this month opposed a ruling by the court temporarily suspending the federation’s rules following an appeal by Semenya who won the women’s 800 metres at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.The athlete was contesting a decision by the Court of Arbitration for Sport which previously found the rules were “discriminatory” but “necessary” to ensure fairness in women’s athletics.The rules require women with higher than normal male hormone levels, a condition known as hyperandrogenism, to artificially lower the amount of testosterone in their bodies if they are to compete in races over distances of 400m to the mile.“No woman should be subjected to these rules,” Semenya said in a statement, adding she had “thought hard about not running the 800m in solidarity unless all women can run free. But I will run now to show the IAAF that they cannot drug us.”The athlete also dismissed the IAAF’s claim that it is committed to the full participation of women in sport.“I am a woman, but the IAAF has again tried to stop me from running the way I was born,” she said in the statement, pointing out the hormonal drugs she had been required to take to compete had made her feel “constantly sick and unable to focus for many years.”“No other woman should be forced to go through this,” she said.For more news your way, download The Citizen’s app for iOS and Android.