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The University College of the Cayman Islands
DIRECTOR SCHOOL OF NURSING
The University College of the Cayman Islands is seeking a dynamic, motivated and energetic per-
son to lead the development of the School of Nursing. The ideal candidate must possess the abil-
ity and persuasiveness to encourage and engage both young and mature Caymanians who wish
to enter the profession of nursing as a career of choice. Applications are invited from suitably qual-
ified persons for appointment to the position of D
The position covers responsibility for the strategic leadership of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Programme at the University College of the Cayman Islands. This includes leading the develop-
ment, implementation, delivery and assessment/evaluation of the programme.
1. A Master's degree in
from an approved university.
if degree is not in Nursing Education.
3. Registration with or eligibility for registration with the Nursing Council of Jamaica and the
Cayman Islands Nursing & Midwifery Council.
4. Excellent oral and written communication.
5. Must have
years' experience of teaching in
6. A track record in the maintenance of academic and professional excellence.
7. Must be able to drive and obtain a Caymanian Driver's Licence.
8. Ability to work as part of a team.
9. Ability to work independently and use initiative.
The Director's role is to professionally manage the learning process and to advise students in
achieving and establishing learning objectives in accordance with their goals. The Director is to
make use of all available resources, methods, techniques and strategies, to ensure student success.
The candidate is expected to work collaboratively with colleagues to create a learning environ-
ment, which is pedagogically sound, technically supported and innovative in nature. The success-
ful applicant will be required to teach at the bachelor degree level.
Applications must include (1) cover letter with description of experience relevant to the
position, (2) curriculum vitae, (3) three references including your immediate supervisor, (4) copies
of transcripts (official transcripts will be required on file, if offer is made), and (5) a one-page state-
ment of project, teaching interests and experience. Application deadline is April 30th, 2015.
Two year contract, medical and pension plan, annual leave.
Additional information about UCCI can be found at www.ucci.edu.ky
All applications should be mailed to:
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The Anthony N Sabga Caribbean
Awards for Excellence celebrated its
tenth anniversary on April 11 at the
Hilton Trinidad, in Port-of-Spain.
Four laureates from Guyana, St Vin-
cent & The Grenadines, and T&T were
honoured in the fields of: Science and
Technology; Arts and Letters; and
Entrepreneurship. The laureates were
Herbert A Samuel (entrepreneurship);
Dr Paloma Mohammed (arts and let-
ters); Prof Patrick Hosein (science and
technology); and Prof Suresh Narine
(science and technology).
The ANSA Caribbean Awards is the
only programme of its kind in the
Caribbean, which seeks out and rewards
laureates in these fields.
The 2015 laureates bring the number
to 27 men and women who have been
honoured since its inception in 2005.
• The awards ceremony can be
viewed on Facebook, via its YouTube
channel, and on its Web site:
Sabga Caribbean Awards
honours four laureates
Anthony N Sabga III and A Norman Sabga, chief executive and chairman, ANSA
McAL. PHOTOS: KARLA RAMOO
Bro and Mrs Noble Khan, Dr Anthony N Sabga and Prof Bridget Brereton.
Mr and Mrs David Sabga and Golda Lee Bruce.
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