- Instructional (Faculty)
Closes: Saturday, November 17, 2018
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
A. Diploma in Surgical Technology from a regionally and accredited institution recognized by the U. S. Department of Education. A minimum of two (2) years of recent scrub experience or two (2) years recent experience as an instructor in surgical technology, or a combination of both, within the past five (5) years.
B. Proof of a current NCCA-approved credential in surgical technology (CST™, CSFA™, or CST/CSFA™). Proof consists of submission of one of the following documents:
A copy of the NBSTSA certification card
A copy of the NBSTSA certification certificate
A copy of the verification page from the NBSTSA website (www.nbstsa.org).
Preceptor experienced preferred.
Successful experience in surgical technology students-preferably at the community college level.
Experience in curriculum development; strong clinical skills, and technology oriented.
Knowledge of educational technology and on-line teaching delivery.
Curriculum and Instruction
• Developing, with other program faculty and appropriate administration, program level competencies that outline expected student learning outcomes.
• Identifying and/or developing instructional materials needed to teach the program competencies prescribed in the approved curriculum by Rockingham Community College, the North Carolina Community College System, and other accrediting entities.
• Developing course syllabi that outline clear and appropriate student learning outcomes and expectations that reflect program competencies.
• Utilizing the course description set forth in the North Carolina Community College System combined course library when developing or assessing student learning outcome.
• Reporting student progress in mastering established learning outcomes based on identified and approved assessments.
• Implementing and providing effective instruction which demonstrates appropriate knowledge of his/her specialized field in accordance with best practice literature.
• Demonstrating the effective use of pedagogical methods to meet various student learning styles.
• Administering appropriate assessment and/or testing to measure student learning outcomes in all courses.
• Maintaining appropriate classroom standards that include the effective management of students in the classroom and the management of classroom and lab facilities.
• Identifying and/or recommending equipment needed to teach the competencies prescribed in the approved curriculum by the RCC Board of Trustees, the North Carolina Community College System, and accrediting entities.
• Maintains surgical technology laboratory in a functional, clean, safe state.
• Maintaining compliance with established North Carolina Community College System performance measures, national benchmarks, etc. for the appropriate curriculum as prescribed by the North Carolina Community College System and accrediting entities.
• Providing timely and accurate reports including 10% reports, grade reports, and other required reports related to instruction.
Student Development Support
• Being available to students on a regular basis for out-of-class tutorial support in the courses he or she is assigned to teach.
• Referring students to Student Development personnel for guidance, counseling, and resource assistance following prescribed procedures on an as needed basis.
• Coordinating retention strategies with the appropriate program faculty, other Department Chairs, Program Coordinators, appropriate administration, and Student Services personnel to maximize student retention.
• Sponsoring and supporting program enrichment activities, particularly student organizations.
• Striving to exhibit a personal and professional attitude that reflects positively upon the individual and the public perception of the community college.
• Participating in Rockingham Community College, North Carolina Community College System, and other authorized professional development programs upon request.
• Pursuing professional development courses, seminars, workshops, and institutes designed to enrich and/or enhance the quality of instruction delivered in the classroom and/or laboratory.
• Pursuing local, state, regional, or national certifications that qualify one’s work against recognized standards in his or her field.