Nclex Success Manager

companyWest Coast University
location9250 NW 36th St, Doral, FL 33178, USA
PublishedPublished: 6/20/2024
Full Time


The Nclex Manager is responsible for effectively delivering and maintaining a comprehensive student focused Persistence and Outcomes program. The Manager will utilize specific tools/resources to collect and analyze data for its tactical utilization, vendor specific resource use and management to ensure quality student learning experiences and promote student success. The Manager will focus on the development, implementation, oversight, evaluation, and maintenance of their campus based comprehensive Persistence and Outcomes program, with a goal of maintaining and sustaining 90%+ student persistence and licensure pass rates. The Manager will also be responsible for evaluating the effectiveness of initiatives, creates new methods to improve NCLEX performance and proposes developments in curriculum to address NCLEX subject matter and course specific challenges to student persistence. The Manager supervises and manages their team while continually assessing programmatic competence, mentoring and facilitating faculty while enabling an environment which fosters creativity, responsiveness, and self-responsibility.


  • Provides oversight and direction to the Persistence and Outcomes team. Coaches, mentors and develops team members, coordinating their onboarding and establishing personal performance objectives for each team member.
  • Leads team members in developing goals, providing feedback and holding them accountable to productivity, quality and accomplishment of goals.
  • Provides leadership in the area of exam integrity and security as well as ensuring that all standardized assessments are safeguarded. Manages any suspected breech of academic integrity by notifying the Campus Director of Nursing and University Director of Persistence and Outcomes as well as following established protocols for reporting.
  • Leads the NCLEX meetings to ensure effective tracking and monitoring of NCLEX passing scores.
  • Leads the Nursing Persistence Meetings to ensure effective management of student persistence throughout the core nursing program.


  • Master degree in nursing from an accredited college or university which includes course work in nursing, education or administration required.  Doctorate preferred.


  • A minimum of five years as a Registered Nurse providing direct patient care or equivalent and/or education.
  • Mastery in knowledge of one or more related disciplines (Pre-licensure Nursing)
  • Leadership knowledge in the program field to cultivate a learner-centered environment and to foster excellence. 
  • Experience in teaching in a university or college setting required as defined by University’s faculty handbook.