Respiratory Care Instructor
Teach Respiratory Care courses to a diverse student body using effective teaching strategies; develop, revise, and maintain course materials; recommend/design new programs; maintain office hours; participate in appropriate professional development opportunities; participate in College and community activities, promote the mission of the College; develop/implement retention strategies; assist in graduate placement; attend graduation ceremony; assist with student advising and registration; serve on College committees; promote institutional goals; assist department chair with administrative responsibilities. Teaching may be on any of the campuses, by distance learning, and may be days, nights, weekends, or a combination.
Required Qualification: The Respiratory Care Instructor must have a degree in Respiratory Care from an accredited institution. Must be a Registered Respiratory Therapist and hold a current SC license as a Respiratory Care Practitioner and be an active member of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC). Bachelor's degree with a minimum of four (4) years' experience as a Registered Respiratory Therapist with two (2) years in critical care is required..
Preferred Qualification: Master's degree with two (2) years' teaching experience in an accredited Respiratory Care Program.