RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR AND PROGRAM DIRECTOR WENATCHEE VALLEY COLLEGE
This is a full-time, tenure-track faculty position on a nine-month 175-day contract, plus a summer contract. This position may include day and evening courses and is scheduled to begin fall quarter (September 2019) or sooner if possible.
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The program director of the radiologic technology program (RADT) in cooperation with Wenatchee Valley College administration is responsible and accountable for ensuring the fulfillment of curricular goals and objectives while maintaining full accreditation through the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). These responsibilities require leadership in both academic and workforce areas. The program director has the following general responsibilities:
Assure effective program operations.
Oversee ongoing program assessment.
Participate in budget planning.
Maintain current knowledge of the professional discipline and educational methodologies through continuing professional development.
Provide the leadership role in the continued development of the program.
Assure that student admissions are in accord with published practices;
Develop and evaluate college policies and procedures related to the program; orient students annually.
Provide timely, appropriate and educationally valid clinical experiences for each admitted student.
Oversee curriculum development; assure appropriate level and current content of objectives and instruction.
Work with and develops an effective working relationship with the RADT Advisory Committee to ensure a high-quality program.
Assure sponsoring institution's policies safeguard the health and safety of students.
Documents that the program's energized laboratories are in compliance with applicable state and/or federal radiation safety laws.
Establish and maintain affiliation agreements with clinical settings.
Comply with requirements to achieve and maintain JRCERT accreditation.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES as a faculty member (including but not limited to):
Instruct first and second year students in the RADT program, as assigned on the class schedule.
Ensure students are thoroughly prepared for taking the national registry examination (ARRT) and for employment.
Work with program faculty, administration and staff to help the college maintain accreditation with the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
Work with program faculty, staff and administration to establish the program schedule.
Maintain records and submit written reports as required by the college.
Address student incidents, failures and issues.
Participate actively in the development, implementation, and monitoring of practices that promote a safe laboratory/learning environment.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Additional responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to: curriculum development; scheduled office hours; participation in department meetings, college committees and task groups; assessment of learning outcomes; advising of students for degree and career success; and other duties as assigned by the administration. Prepares and maintains course outlines and objectives, instructs and evaluates students, and reports progress. Maintains appropriate expertise and competence through continuing professional development.
Requirements: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's degree with significant progress towards a master's degree.
Is proficient in curriculum design, program administration, evaluation, instruction, and academic advising.
Three-year's clinical experience in diagnostic imaging as ARRT RT (R).
Two years of experience as an instructor in a JRCERT accredited program.
Current American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification and registration and unrestricted state license for Washington state.
Experience in working with students via distance education modalities (i.e., online and/or ITV).
Certification in a specialty area in the imaging sciences.
Demonstrated ability to foster excellent teamwork in a radiologic technology education program.
Experience in obtaining accreditation and preparing a self-study.
Ability to communicate in a friendly and effective manner.
Application procedure: For applications, qualifications, description and application procedure, see: http://www.wvc.edu/jobs.
Review of applications: applications will be reviewed as received and continue until the position is filled.
Salary and benefits: Salary is determined by placement on the Wenatchee Valley College full-time faculty schedule ($48,661 to $57,724, 9-month, 175-day contract). This is a four-quarter program that receives an additional $10,844 to $12,864 for a 39-day summer quarter contract. There is also a program director stipend of $1,200 paid quarterly. Benefits include medical and dental coverage, life insurance, long-term disability, personal holidays, sick leave and a retirement plan.