Reporting to the Manager of Persistence and Outcomes, Nursing, the Nursing Academics Specialist is
responsible for delivering and maintaining a comprehensive Academic Action Plan for students at risk utilizing the internal West Coast
University initiatives and developing strategies to improve testing performance for the pre-licensure West Coast University Nursing
programs. The Nursing Academics Specialist evaluates the effectiveness of course initiatives, creates new methods to improve course
performance, and proposes developments in curriculum to address nursing program subject matter areas to increase persistence. Establishes
specific remediation goals and objectives, conducts remediation workshops and tutorials, and develops methods to enhance student
performance. The Nursing Academics Specialist analyzes student data to identify strengths and weaknesses of students within assigned courses
in the core nursing program. In addition, the Nursing Academics Specialist utilizes and fully integrates ATI (Assessment Technologies
Institute) resources to promote understanding of course content and increase overall student persistence.
A minimum of two years as a Registered Nurse providing direct patient care or equivalent
Mastery in knowledge of one or more related disciplines (Pre-licensure Nursing)
Knowledge in technological
support and delivery of program area and services.
Knowledge of applicable databases and computer application systems to supply the
most accurate information, reports and projections.
Experience in MS Office
in nursing from an accredited college or university which includes course work in nursing, education or administration required.
Current Registered Nurse License required in state of employment.