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Professor of Radiological Technology (Lead Clinical Coordinator, RT), Associate Professor of Radiolo

Community College System of New Hampshire Concord, NH
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

This is a 10 month faculty appointment. This position is considered full-time, benefit eligible.

PROFESSOR

SCOPE OF WORK: To perform teaching and/or professional supervisory duties. Oversees and coordinates the clinical programs within the Radiologic Technology Program. This position reports to the Program Director of Radiologic Technology and Department Chair of Diagnostic Medical Imaging.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Teaches diagnostic medical imaging and radiological technology related courses and, if applicable, other courses as assigned at NHTI;
  • Coordinates the clinical components of the program and acts as a liaison between the Institute and the affiliate organizations;
  • Demonstrates teaching effectiveness through the development, modification, and evaluation of program curricula and instructional materials that comply with established course content, integrate theory with applications, clearly define course goals, observe program and institutional accreditations standards, promote critical thinking and life skills, and respond to diverse academic needs;
  • Maintains accessibility and availability to assist students with their learning needs and advises individuals or groups of students in academic matters relevant to the academic area of specialization and exercises professional judgment in referring students to appropriate personnel;
  • Supervises student learning activities and academic progress and maintains accurate records of student progress and accomplishments. Consults with and interprets these to students;
  • Assists with the selection, placement, and follow-up of students as appropriate;
  • Coordinates and leads departmental activities and operations by meeting with executive and advisory groups to discuss needs, career developments, and the effectiveness of instruction, developing and evaluating credit and non-credit programs and/or courses, mentoring faculty in subject area competency and instructional expertise, actively cultivating and maintaining collaborative relationships with business and industry within the field of instruction, and engaging in outreach to educational partners for the development and implementation of articulation initiatives;
  • Provides leadership in the planning, development, and implementation of college sponsored recruitment and retention activities including career and job fairs, student orientations, registrations, and award ceremonies, and/or advising student activity groups, as assigned;
  • Engages in professional activities related to the area of teaching specialization that partner the college with the wider community by serving on college or system teams, or participating in community-sponsored events, as assigned;
  • Remains technologically and pedagogically current within the specialized field of instruction through participation in relevant professional associations and educational & training activities. Utilizes appropriate instructional and administrative technologies as required for teaching effectiveness and college operations/communication;
  • Serves on and leads college or system committees, as assigned;
  • Observes all academic policies and procedures and institutional rules and regulations and demonstrates ethical and professional behavior;
  • Complies with all college, system, state and federal rules and regulations;
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Possession of a Master's degree from a recognized college or university in nursing, health, education, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field. Possession of a Master’s degree in Education shall require twelve (12) graduate credits in nursing, health, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field and a Bachelor’s degree in nursing, health, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field.

Experience: Six (6) years of teaching experience in the subject area of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology, two years of which shall have been in the supervision of students or ersonel in educational activities or academic program administration, or six (6) years of business or industry experience directly related to the field of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology, two years’ of which shall have been in the supervision of personnel or program/project administration.

OR

Education: Possession of a Bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university in nursing, health, education, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field. Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Education shall require an Associate’s degree in nursing, health, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field.

Experience: Seven (7) years of teaching experience in the subject area of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology, two years of which shall have been in the supervision of students or ersonel in educational activities or academic program administration or seven (7) years of business or industry experience directly related to the field of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology, two years’ of which shall have been in the supervision of personnel or program/project administration.

License/Certification: ARRT professional registration.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATION: ARDMS professional registration

RECOMMENDED WORK TRAITS: Thorough knowledge of teaching methods, the use of instructional materials and the organization of subject into effective teaching units in technology or other specialized programs. Complete knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques, tools and equipment in subjects being taught. Demonstrated ability to perform superior teaching and to organize subject matter into effective teaching units. Ability to supervise and administer professional instructional staff and collaborate in overall Institute/College development of programs, policies and procedures. Ability to work effectively with educators and "business" and community people outside the Institute/College. Ability to secure cooperation of administration to originate and implement new programs, to improve existing programs, and foster positive relationships in the department and throughout the Institute/College.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

SCOPE OF WORK: To perform teaching and/or professional supervisory duties. Oversees and coordinates the clinical programs within the Radiologic Technology Program. This position reports to the Program Director of Radiologic Technology and Department Chair of Diagnostic Medical Imaging.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Teaches diagnostic medical imaging and radiological technology related courses and, if applicable, other courses as assigned at NHTI;
  • Coordinates the clinical components of the program and acts as a liaison between the Institute and the affiliate organizations;
  • Demonstrates teaching effectiveness through the development, modification, and evaluation of program curricula and instructional materials that comply with established course content, integrate theory with applications, clearly define course goals, observe program and institutional accreditations standards, promote critical thinking and life skills, and respond to diverse academic needs;
  • Maintains accessibility and availability to assist students with their learning needs and advises individuals or groups of students in academic matters relevant to the academic area of specialization and exercises professional judgment in referring students to appropriate personnel;
  • Supervises student learning activities and academic progress and maintains accurate records of student progress and accomplishments. Consults with and interprets these to students;
  • Assists with the selection, placement, and follow-up of students as appropriate;
  • Coordinates and leads departmental activities and operations by meeting with executive and advisory groups to discuss needs, career developments, and the effectiveness of instruction, developing and evaluating credit and non-credit programs and/or courses, mentoring faculty in subject area competency and instructional expertise, actively cultivating and maintaining collaborative relationships with business and industry within the field of instruction, and engaging in outreach to educational partners for the development and implementation of articulation initiatives;
  • Provides leadership in the planning, development, and implementation of college sponsored recruitment and retention activities including career and job fairs, student orientations, registrations, and award ceremonies, and/or advising student activity groups, as assigned;
  • Engages in professional activities related to the area of teaching specialization that partner the college with the wider community by serving on college or system teams, or participating in community-sponsored events, as assigned;
  • Remains technologically and pedagogically current within the specialized field of instruction through participation in relevant professional associations and educational & training activities. Utilizes appropriate instructional and administrative technologies as required for teaching effectiveness and college operations/communication;
  • Serves on and leads college or system committees, as assigned;
  • Observes all academic policies and procedures and institutional rules and regulations and demonstrates ethical and professional behavior;
  • Complies with all college, system, state and federal rules and regulations;
  • Other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education: Possession of a Master's degree from a recognized college or university in nursing, health, education, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field. Possession of a Master’s degree in Education shall require twelve (12) graduate credits in nursing, health, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field and a Bachelor’s degree in nursing, health, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field.

Experience: Five (5) years of teaching experience in the subject area of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology, , or five (5) years of business or industry experience directly related to the field of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology.

OR

Education: Possession of a Bachelor's degree from a recognized college or university in nursing, health, education, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field. Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Education shall require an Associate’s degree in nursing, health, biological or physical science, engineering, health administration or a related field.

Experience: Six (6) years of teaching experience in the subject area of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology or six (6) years of business or industry experience directly related to the field of diagnostic medical imaging or radiologic technology.

License/Certification: ARRT professional registration.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATION: ARDMS professional registration

RECOMMENDED WORK TRAITS: Thorough knowledge of teaching methods, the use of instructional materials and the organization of subject into effective teaching units in technology or other specialized programs. Considerable knowledge of the principles, methods, techniques, tools and equipment in subjects being taught. Demonstrated ability to perform superior teaching and to organize subject matter into effective teaching units. Ability to supervise and administer professional instructional staff and collaborate in overall Institute/College development of programs, policies and procedures. Ability to work effectively with educators and "business" and community people outside the Institute/College. Ability to secure cooperation of administration to originate and implement new programs, to improve existing programs, and foster positive relationships in the department and throughout the Institute/College.

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification.

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