- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Thursday, October 3, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Must possess an active Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonography Certification.
- May be required to teach at any college location within the College's three-county service area. Some in-state or out-of-state travel related to discipline specific training is required.
Required knowledge, skills and abilities:
- Must have course work in instructional methodologies, evaluation, and assessment. Must have proficiency in curriculum development.
- Bachelor's Degree in a Health Science Field;
- Post-secondary level teaching experience;
- Must possess the appropriate credential(s) specific to one or more of the concentration(s) offered such as RDMS (Abdomen or OB/GYN).
The Central Carolina Community College 2015-2019 Strategic Plan lists "Learning First" as the primary institutional goal. All faculty and staff are empowered as educators, committed to responsibility for the learning process.
The Medical Sonography Clinical Coordinator (12 month contract) is responsible for coordinating clinical education with didactic education as assigned by the program director. The clinical coordinator must evaluate and ensure the effectiveness of the clinical affiliate/clinical education centers. The clinical coordinator's responsibilities must include coordination, instruction, and evaluation.
Salary depends on education and experience.
Associates Degree salary range: $50,804-$64,404
Bachelor's Degree salary range: $53,827-$67,427
Master's Degree salary range: $56,509-$70,109
This position is open until filled.
- Embrace the institutional goals of Central Carolina Community College by engaging students as full partners in the learning process, removing barriers for student progression in the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program, and supporting and assisting students in achieving their educational goals.
- Use teaching methodology that incorporates Diagnostic Medical Sonography concepts in a dynamic instructional environment that promotes a positive and interactive learning experience for all students.
- Provide students with adequate attention and instruction to acquire the knowledge needed to demonstrate CAAHEP competency standards and to meet graduation requirements.
- Maintain up-to-date knowledge of the changes in the healthcare industry as it relates to Diagnostic Medical Sonography; assist the program director with the creation of new courses and modify existing courses when appropriate to keep current with new rules and regulations.
- Actively participate in academic advising for the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program and collaborate with academic success coaches to offer resources to students.
- Actively participate in advisory board, department, college or system meetings, and/ or committees; participate in college-related activities such as recruitment of students into the Diagnostic Medical Sonography program; and participate in activities required to maintain program and college accreditation standards.
- Responsible for coordinating clinical education with didactic education as assigned by the program director.
- Evaluate and ensure the effectiveness of the clinical affiliate/clinical education centers.
- Assist the program director with establishing and maintaining relationships with representatives of the clinical sites in which students are placed.
- Determine clinical placement and schedules students each semester.
- Communicate with clinical sites regarding plans for student placements (dates, student numbers, etc.).
- Teach 18-28 contact hours per semester.
- Assist the program director with the preparation of proficiency exams and establish a plan for administering all proficiency exams, as applicable.
- Assist in maintaining department/curriculum equipment, supplies, and materials, and library and support resources.
- Maintain accurate and complete records and submit timely reports as required.
- Keep the program director advised of all matters pertaining to the department.
- Notify program director when planning to be off campus during normal working hours.
- Maintain personal contact with business, industry, and professional agencies relevant to the department.
- Obtain a Blackboard Level I training as well as maintain a Bb course site for each course taught during the semester.
- Work the required 35 hours per week and post and hold the required five (5) office hours per week.
- Complete the five-hour staff development requirement annually.
- Submit records and forms in a timely fashion as required in the policy and procedures manual.
- Actively participate in professional organizations.
- Maintain current industry licensure and credentials, including earning annual CME/CEUs.
- Be responsible for and perform other such duties as may be assigned.