Careers

About Nightingale College

Nightingale College is contributing to the future of health care by preparing students for practice by combining current technology and core educational principles. The institution is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). Nightingale College specializes only in nursing education. Its current CEO, Mikhail Shneyder, is also a registered nurse and is dedicated to making a positive impact on health care in Utah and its communities.

Nightingale College’s ADN Program is establishing an innovative approach to nursing education. By offering a comprehensive blended-distance delivery of instruction, Nightingale College and its employees are transforming, refining, and contributing to a new system of nursing education. Nightingale College is dedicated to changing the course of health care and has a vast effect on the communities it serves. At the core of all that is accomplished, learner’s success is the primary focus. Nightingale College’s learners are professional, motivated, and educated to adhere to the vision and guiding principles of the College. The ADN Program is accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc (ACEN).

Open Positions:

Accounting Assistant – Ogden, UT

The Accounting Assistant will perform accounting functions and directly assist the Controller, Assistant Controller, and Coordinator, Learner Accounts to ensure that the integrity, accuracy, confidentiality, and maintenance of the College’s financial records are compliant with all local, federal, and state regulations, laws, and mandates. Additionally, the Accounting Assistant will contribute to ensuring financial compliance with all institutional and programmatic accrediting agencies. This position will participate in College-wide and departmental activities and meetings as required. Read full details »

Administrative Assistant, Nursing Education Services

As administrative support to Nursing Education Services (NES), the Administrative Assistant, NES, manages the scheduling of all NES functional events, including committees, advisory boards, etc., organizes and documents all NES committee proceedings and meetings, writes correspondence, develops accreditation and regulatory reports as needed, and coordinates communication for NES. Read full details »

Advisor, Admissions – Ogden, UT

This position serves as a first point of contact for the Admissions department, providing superior customer service to prospective students.  The Advisor, Admissions contributes to the effective recruitment and enrollment of new students to Nightingale College. This position requires a highly energetic person with a strong work ethic and excellent organizational skills. Read full details »

Advisor, Financial Aid 

The primary responsibility of this position is the administration of the student financial aid office and its functions, including but not limited to, the delivery of funds and services to students. This position maintains compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations regarding Student Federal Aid (SFA) Programs. Read full details »

Associate Registrar

Under limited supervision organize and manage all the activities related to the Records and Registration that pertain to DDC locations, including serving as the official authorized keeper of the college’s learner records. This position is responsible for the compilation and maintenance of learner records in compliance with federal law, state law, and accreditation agencies. The Associate Registrar compiles and maintains learner records and state reports; monitors academic guidelines; processes graduation; assists learners and patrons; keep abreast of regulations and procedures of learner records according to accreditation standards. This position serves as the main resource of FERPA regulations. Read full details »

Coordinator, College Operations

Providing assistance to the Operations function, the Coordinator, College Operations is responsible for overseeing, coordinating, and completing daily activities that support the day-to-day needs of College operations. Read full details »

Military Advisor – Ogden, UT

The Advisor is responsible for connecting learners with the appropriate community resources such as transportation, child care, and emergency services. In addition to, Advisor leads orientations, learner engagement activities, early intervention processes, re-entry programs, assessment of learner needs, and delivery of resources tailored to meet such needs at each campus. An Advisor assists the Manager, Learner Advising and Life Resources and other department supervisors and staff with activities relating to programs, services, and events aimed at enhancing learner satisfaction, success, retention, and program completion for the campus. Read full details »

Marketing Assistant – Ogden, UT

The primary responsibility of the Assistant, Marketing is to assist in managing the Marketing Department for Nightingale College. This position is responsible for effectively creating and managing marketing campaigns and assisting the Manager, Marketing in various projects. The position requires professional knowledge of higher education’s policies and procedures. Read full details »

Marketing Intern – Ogden, UT

The primary responsibility of the Marketing Intern is to assist in day-to-day operations of the Marketing Department. The Marketing Intern’s integral responsibility is to assist in the creation and monitoring of the College’s social media channels by creating content appropriate for the channel and managing daily communication to fully engage with the College’s followers; assist with the editorial calendar by producing blog posts and articles suited for the target audience; and assist the Manager, Marketing and Vice President, Partnerships and Business Development as needed. Read full details »

Adjunct Clinical Faculty – Pocatello, ID

The adjunct clinical instructor is responsible for clinical supervision, teaching, and evaluation of students in the Associate’s Degree Nursing Program. The position is for clinical supervision under the direction of a didactic lead faculty member with participation in all aspects of the nursing program. The clinical instructor functions as a team member within the nursing faculty. Clinical assignments may include overnight travel and evening and weekend schedules. Read full details »

Curriculum Manager

The Manager, Curriculum, Faculty Development and Evaluation is responsible for managing, applying, and implementing curriculum programs at Nightingale College; providing consultation and support services in nursing curriculum instructional design, strategies, assessment, and technology; oversees distance education teaching modalities assessments and evaluations; implementing online nursing programs, within the established faculty governance model; assisting with the evaluation and assurance of the nursing programs’ effectiveness through measurement of Student Learning Outcomes, assisting with faculty technology orientation, training, and ongoing development efforts; assisting in the development and implementation of instructional strategies, course materials, assessment techniques, appropriate integration of instructional technologies and best practices in nursing education. Read full details »

General Education Faculty

The general education faculty member is responsible for development, administration, teaching, and evaluation of learners in one (or more) of the College’s general education courses. General education faculty are expected to teach primarily online didactic courses. Read full details »

Manager, Nursing Didactic Instruction

Under the direction of and upon delegation from the Director, Nursing Education Services (Nursing Programs Administrator), the Manager, Nursing Didactic Instruction provides leadership for the nursing programs’ didactic faculty; manages financial, personnel, and physical resources for nursing didactic faculty; and is accountable for the integrity of the delivery of the didactic portions of academic nursing programs. Moreover, the Manager, Nursing Didactic Instruction assures that the didactic portions of the academic nursing programs meet all regulatory and accreditation requirements; in collaboration with the Manager, Nursing Curricula, ensures that the curricula are current, prepares learners for practice in the contemporary environment, and that the didactic and experiential portions of the curricula are well-aligned. In addition, the Manager collaborates with the Nursing Programs Administrator and its other delegates to implement the academic nursing programs’ Systematic Plans of Evaluation (SPE). The Manager collaborates with other College personnel and faculty to meet academic nursing programs’ and College’s outcomes. Read full details »