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Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator - South Arkansas College

Listed: 07/02/2024
Listing Expires: 08/22/2024

Job Description

The Radiologic Technology Clinical Coordinator will serve as a core faculty member who is responsible for all aspects of the program’s clinical component. This faculty member will develop, plan, coordinate, facilitate, conduct, monitor, evaluate, and assess the clinical education component of the program’s curriculum. This faculty member will also prepare course material, conduct lecture and laboratory sessions, and assess student performance in the classroom and laboratory settings. This position is responsible for in-person and on-line teaching. Work schedule can vary depending on a number of factors, including, but not limited to, class, laboratory, clinical, and/or program schedule and needs as well as college-designated work hours. Position may require evening, weekend, and over-night work hours. This is a full-time, 12-month faculty position under the Dean of Health Science.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

Supervision and mentorship of Radiologic Technology extra-help personnel, adjunct instructors, or part-time faculty members.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Correlate clinical education with didactic education.
  • Participate in didactic and clinical instruction.
  • Support the program director to assure effective program operations.
  • Evaluate student progress and the effectiveness of clinical education.
  • Participate in the accreditation and assessment processes.
  • Maintain appropriate expertise and competence of the professional discipline.
  • Maintain current knowledge of the professional discipline and educational methodologies.
  • Maintain current knowledge of program policies, procedures, and student progress.
  • Prepare and maintain course outlines and objectives.
  • Participate in periodic review and revision of course materials.
  • Comply with JRCERT accreditation standards and practice guidelines, including following a JRCERT–adopted curriculum.
  • Assign / schedule students to clinical education experiences.
  • Manage the radiation monitoring system for program students and faculty.
  • Revise, maintain and disseminate current affiliation agreements with clinical facilities as needed.
  • Communicate information about clinical education with program director, clinical education preceptors / supervisors, advisory committee members and program students.
  • Maintain good public relations with students, faculty/staff, business, industry, and community members.
  • Assist program director in the development, review and revision of the curriculum as necessary to assure program effectiveness.
  • Develop master and course syllabi per college guidelines and templates; revise as needed.
  • Assess and monitor the achievement of the program’s expected student outcomes.
  • Advise and counsel pre-professional and program students throughout the year.
  • Collect and submit requested and/or required reports for various internal and external purposes, including course and/or program assessment reports.
  • Use educational technology in teaching didactic and/or clinical courses to facilitate learning, access data, maintain records, and communicate with others appropriately and effectively.
  • Use the College’s Learning Management System (LMS) and technology on a regular basis to enhance instruction, facilitate student learning, access data, generate reports, and in communication with others
  • Use knowledge of diverse communities and learning styles and incorporate diversity of delivery of such learning styles in all instruction.
  • Utilize various retention and remediation strategies for student success.
  • Maintain organized system of student and program records, abiding by college and accreditation requirements.
  • Actively participate in annual evaluation processes related to job performance as directed by the South Arkansas College plan for Faculty Evaluation and incorporate associated strategies to address continuous improvement for development and learning.
  • Participate in applicable professional development within professional discipline area and in college/position–related areas.
  • Participate in recruitment and marketing activities to promote the program.
  • Serve on, attend, and participate in college committees as appointed, including program advisory committee, departmental, division, and/or college meetings/events as requested.
  • Maintain office hours for student consultation in accordance with procedures outlined in the South Arkansas College Administrative Procedures Manual (APM).
  • Abide by college policies and procedures in the South Arkansas College Administrative Procedures Manual (APM) and catalog.
  • Conduct class as scheduled and in accordance with established class times.
  • Adhere to FERPA Guidelines when handling student information.
  • Participate in community service and activities as a SouthArk representative whenever possible.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the program director and/or division dean.
  • Travel
    • Travel will include visiting all clinical sites.
    • Travel may include, but is not limited to: attendance at professional development required for teaching and course content, radiologic technology-based educational meetings, field trips with students, clinical and community partners, and meetings/events/activities at various SouthArk campuses and facilities.
    • Travel may be local, regional travel, state, and national

Job Requirements

Skills and Abilities:

  • Knowledge
    • Current radiologic theoretical and practical professional information.
    • Current ethical and professional standards for the field of radiologic technology.
  • Skills
    • Basic computer skills needed to use a learning management system and Microsoft Suite products.
    • Ability to perform radiologic patient clinical imaging techniques.
    • Manipulate, operate, and maintain typical equipment used in radiologic technology.
    • Communicate verbally and in written methods with an interdisciplinary healthcare team, administrators, patients, family members, colleagues, supervisors, and students.
  • Abilities
    • Perform multiple tasks within a classroom, laboratory, clinical practicum site, and other typical radiologic technology spaces within one work shift as well as over a long-term period of time.
    • Executive functioning skills needed to identify, analyze, and complete complex learning and radiologic technology related situations.
    • Teach others with various learning styles and instructional needs.
Required Education and Experience:
  • Holds a minimum of a baccalaureate degree.
  • Proficient in curriculum development, course development, supervision, instruction, evaluation, and academic advising.
  • Qualified to teach the courses assigned to the position.
  • Documents two years of clinical experience in the professional discipline.
  • Documents one year of experience as an instructor in a JRCERT – accredited program.
  • Holds current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification and registration, or an unrestricted Arkansas state license in radiography.
Physical Requirements:
  • The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job:
    • physical mobility sufficient for long periods of office work, teaching didactic and laboratory courses, and direct supervision of students in lab and clinical settings (including but not limited to: stand, sit, move, squat, reach, bend, push, pull, lift),
    • operate a computer,
    • communicate with others,
    • have visual ability sufficient for observation and assessment,
    • auditory ability sufficient for monitoring and assessing radiologic technology student learning and patient needs,
    • and fine and gross motor skills sufficient for providing safe and competent instruction, and
    • lift 50 pounds with good static and dynamic balance.
Mental Requirements:
  • Executive cognitive functions to plan, organize, teach, and evaluate students in didactic, laboratory, and clinical situations.
  • Emotional regulation to manage self and multiple situations within a short period of time and maintain self to complete tasks and duties over an extended period of time.
Work Environment:
  • Classroom, skills laboratory, simulation laboratory, individual office area, academic spaces and building, college campus, off campus facilities, clinical affiliation agencies, public community areas.
  • Spaces are both inside and outside.
  • Work in close proximity to others.
  • Work with individuals, small groups and large groups of people.
  • Some distracting noises and sounds.
  • Exposure to extremely bright lighting.
  • Exposure to infectious diseases, contaminants, and radiation within radiologic technology setting.
  • Wear and utilize specialized protective and safety equipment within radiologic technology setting.
APPLICATION PROCESS (PLEASE FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS TO APPLY):

Applicants must complete the South Arkansas College application form available at www.southark.edu/app. Resumes, transcripts, and reference list may accompany, but will not replace the application. Submit all application documents to hr@southark.edu.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Applications are subject to the Arkansas FOIA. South Arkansas College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. South Arkansas College does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, handicap, or veteran status in the provision of educational or employment opportunities or benefits.

The college is in compliance with titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), and all other federal and state laws related to equal opportunity practices.

Chosen Candidate will be required to submit to a criminal background check and have acceptable background results, provide any certificates of training (if the candidates possess any) or Licenses, Official Transcripts (for positions requiring undergraduate or graduate education), must have a clean driving record and must complete all new hire paperwork prior to starting work.

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Job Info

Job Category: Office
Job Type: Full Time
Job Location: El Dorado, Arkansas

Contact Info

Name: Brandi Cotterman
Phone Number: 870-864-7146
Email: bcotterman@southark.edu