- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Monday, November 13, 2017
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- Baccalaureate degree in related field;
- Graduate of an accredited program in radiologic technology;
- Must hold current registration in radiography by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT);
- Minimum of 5 years full-time professional experience as a registered radiologic technologist, R.T.® (ARRT);
- Minimum of two years experience as an instructor in a Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) accredited program;
- Proficient in instructional methodology, student supervision and evaluation, curriculum development, and counseling and academic advisement; and
- Computer skills with Microsoft Office.
The ideal candidate will have at least one additional post-primary certification, preferably Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance (MR), Mammography (M), and/or Bone Densitometry (BD).
This is a full-time, 9-month position with possible hours for the summer semester. The faculty member will provide clinical and didactic instruction and supervision to students in the radiography program. The individual will evaluate students’ clinical education competence and assure accreditation standards at recognized clinical education sites (CES). The clinical coordinator mentors and instructs students for improvement in clinical skills and didactic learning. Additionally, the faculty member instructs radiographic procedures course and laboratory practicum. This person must: possess strong interpersonal, organizational and communication skills; show professionalism in all aspects of the position; be knowledgeable in equipment, positioning and radiographic image critique.
The Clinical Coordinator is responsible to the Program Director. The radiography program faculty position includes the following responsibilities and expectations:
• Evaluates learners.
• Correlates clinical education with didactic education
• Participates in didactic and/or clinical instruction.
• Supports the program director to help assure effective program operation.
• Coordinates clinical education and evaluates its effectiveness.
• Participates in the assessment process.
• Cooperates with the program director in periodic review and revision of clinical course materials.
• Maintains current knowledge of the discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development.
• Maintains current knowledge of program policies, procedures, and learner progress.
• Provide learner counseling and advising as required.
• Demonstrate competency in instructional and evaluation methods.
• Participate in program’s advisory committee meetings and other program committees.
• Meet regularly with appropriate program officials to communicate learner progress, strengths, and weaknesses.
• Acts as a liaison between the clinical education sites (CES) and the program maintaining open lines of communication with the imaging department leaders, communities of interest, and program director.
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