The Graduate Clinical Placement Coordinator in the College of Nursing is responsible for coordination of clinical placements for all graduate nursing students. This position will communicate with course faculty, program directors, clinical partners and preceptors to secure accurate placing appropriate to the requirements of the nursing curricula, ensure adequate scheduling, initiate and oversee affiliation agreements with agencies that host MSU nursing students. In addition, this position is responsible for site and preceptor evaluations in order to provide feedback for curriculum development to academic program leadership.
Masters -in Healthcare, Education, Business Communication
Knowledge and experience with scheduling, compliance, affiliation agreements and data management;
Evidence of excellent communication and organizational skills;
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