Surgical Technology Program Laboratory Assistant II

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Surgical Technology Program Laboratory Assistant II

The Lab Assistant II is responsible for providing support to the surgical technology instructors. Preparing demonstrations, organizing supplies/equipment, observing, assisting students with lab practice. This a part-time position with a pay rate of $27-28/hour.


Essential Job Functions:

    Prepare laboratory environments for instruction by assembling necessary resources. Assist instructors with demonstrations and monitoring of student performance. Answer questions from students. Monitor student practice times in order to maximize the number of students served. Set up practical exam practice stations.Notify the Surgical Technology Program Director of equipment repair, maintenance, and replacement needs. Manage the surgical technology lab in compliance with College safety policies.
    Gives verbal and written feedback in an objective fashion. Ability to give the student measurable actions to improve skills. Follows course syllabus and enforces program and college policies and procedures.Understands FERPA and confidentiality regarding student progress and information.Ability to present skills and methods in a consistent manner based on standardized skill sets and not personal preferences.Access Online Learning Management System (Cobra) course materials.Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

    Must hold a current Certified Surgical Technologist credential through a national certification program that is accredited by the National Commission on Certifying Agencies (NCCA). Associate Degree or diploma from an accredited surgical technology program.Three years’ full time work experience as a surgical technologist.
Preferred Qualifications:

    Minimum of three years teaching experience in a surgical technology program. Proficiency in preparation and delivery of instruction and teaching methodologies. Demonstrated ability to collaborate and work effectively with faculty, staff, and students, in a collegial and multicultural environment.Excellent interpersonal, motivational, and communication skills. Demonstrated flexibility with diverse student population and learning styles; demonstrated experience with a variety of teaching strategies including the use of advanced instructional technologies.


 

 

 

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Posted: 7/8/2019
Application Due: 7/30/2019
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