DEPARTMENT: AA Radiologic Technology Program
SUPERVISION RECEIVED FROM: Program Director for AAS-RT
SUPERVISION GIVEN TO WHOM: N/A
EDUCATIONS/EXPERTISE: B.S. degree or higher (preferably in radiologic sciences, education or a health related profession) American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification as a registered technologist in radiography, in good standing. A minimum of 2 years clinical experience as a radiologic technologist. A minimum of 2 year experience as an instructor in a JRCERT or regionally accredited educational program in radiologic technology as a faculty member or clinical instructor.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to stand or sit for up to eight (8) hours per day and lift twelve (12) pounds.
JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS/ETC.: ARRT post primary certifications (CT, MRI, CI, VI, Mammography, BD) highly preferred. Experience in course / curriculum development, design, outcomes assessment and evaluation, and academic advisement highly preferred. Experience in successfully teaching two or more of the following courses: radiographic procedures, radiographic imaging, radiation physics, radiation protection and biology, and radiographic pathology. Previous programmatic accreditation experience highly preferred.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
- Coordinates, implements and evaluates the clinical education component of the curriculum; (i.e. initiate and maintain clinical affiliate contracts, student clinical rotation placement, clinical affiliate visits and evaluations)
- Assists with the development and assessment of the clinical education component of the radiography program with the Program Director to ensure excellent and effective program operation
- Ensures the clinical education component of the program is always in compliance with JRCERT, SACS, TJC or other regulatory agency requirements
- Teach assigned didactic courses to accommodate diverse student needs
- Correlates clinical education with didactic education
- Participates in student recruitment and advisement
- Aids in the development of curricula, including individual course syllabi as assigned
- Provides student evaluation and discipline as necessary
- Designs and maintains an active classroom environment conducive to student learning and success
- Maintains student attendance records
- Evaluates student performance and learning
- Provides regular and timely evaluation feedback to students
- Assigns grades consistent with course requirements
- Conducts regular clinical instructor meetings
- Provides clinical instructor training (as needed)
- Communicates programmatic and affiliate changes to all stakeholders
- Acts as a liaison between the educational program in radiologic technology and all clinical affiliates
To apply, please send resume/CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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