Assistant Professor Neurodiagnostics Technology
Job no: 493865
Work type: Full-time Faculty
Location: Olathe Health Education Center (OHEC), Overland Park Main Campus
Categories: Administrative Professional
Assistant Professor Neurodiagnostics TechnologyDepartment
Academic AffairsPosition Type
Full-time FacultyNumber of openings
Faculty members occupy a special place in the life of our academic institution enacting multiple roles as teachers, mentors, colleagues, and scholars. JCCC recognizes the value and contributions of its faculty to the mission of the institution. Because of this special place at the heart of an academic environment, full-time faculty appointments are expected not only to excel in classroom instruction, but to embrace opportunities available as members of the college community.
The Neurodiagnostic Technology Program faculty member will be responsible for teaching both clinically and didactically. The employee is expected to function in a multi-cultural diverse working environment respecting all gifts and differences. A list of the key duties and responsibilities of Neurodiagnostic Technology Program instructors includes:
1. Is knowledgeable of program basic competency goals and standards, course and clinical objectives and outcomes, assessment tools, evaluation processes and systems, graduate entry-level competencies and accreditation requirements.
2. Plan, implement, evaluate, and revise, as necessary, the curriculum for program in consultation with the Program Director.
3. Participate in teaching in the on-campus simulation center, skills lab, and other clinical components.
4. Conducts regular student conferences, assesses, evaluates and documents students' progress and concerns.
5. Meet regularly with the program Director to provide up-to-date student progress reports.
6. Portray a positive professional attitude toward students and the teaching/learning process and utilize positive interpersonal communication skills.
7. Develop, coordinate and maintain student records in conjunction with program policies.
8. Participate in the annual evaluation of the program, courses, and curriculum revision, goals and standards, evaluation systems, and assist in the preparation of required annual reports and self-studies.
9. Participate in the student selection process for entry into the program and the scheduled orientation sessions for prospective students.
10. Participate in the development and implementation of new respiratory care program materials, and continuing education courses, for respiratory therapy students, including career changes, and those re-entering the labor force.
11. Participate in the Program and Advisory Committee Meetings, and Instructor Meetings, and serves on other committees relevant to the goals of the program.
12. Participate in continuing education to improve teaching and evaluation skills and maintain current knowledge and competence in the field of Respiratory Care, maintains active professional memberships.
This list is intended to indicate the types of duties and responsibilities required of the employee assigned this title. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all the duties and responsibilities that may be required.
Bachelor's degree in related and appropriate field
At least four (4) years of credentialed clinical experience
Current certification in electroencephalography or polysomnography with active plan to obtain credentials in both if not already obtained
Knowledge of current neurodiagnostic theories, principles and practice
Skills in interpersonal relationships, verbal, and written communication
Knowledge of computer technology as it applies to the fields of Neurodiagnostic Technology and education
Demonstrated ability to express sensitivity and empathy while working with diverse students, staff, and community populations
Bachelor of Science in Neurodiagnostics
Dual Credentialed R.EEG.T and RPSGT
Documented successful teaching and clinical precepting experience at the college level
Experience with curriculum development
Knowledge of innovative educational methodologies and educational technology
Varied and effective teaching strategies utilizing a variety of instructional methodologies including lecture, lab work, hands-on instruction, online, and other instructional methods
At least three (3) years EEG experience
Two (2) or more years in a teaching position in an accredited Neurodiagnostic Technology program
Experience working with diverse patient populations (age, neuropathological conditions, racial, ethnic, socio-economic, etc.)
Ability to plan, organize, instruct, and facilitate quality education programs, including development of relevant curriculum.
Member of professional and state neurodiagnostic societies
Please submit resume/CV, cover letter, unofficial transcripts, and proof of credentials with the application. Official transcripts will be required upon hire.Hours per Week
Monday - Friday, 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.Salary Grade Level
Competitive rate of payLocation
Olathe Health Education CenterDisclosures
Every employee of the college is expected to treat all members of the college community with dignity and respect demonstrating professional, courteous and respectful behavior and engage in constructive conflict resolution, when needed.
In accordance with the college policy, finalists for this position will be subject to criminal background investigations. Individual hiring departments at JCCC may elect to administer pre-employment tests, which are relevant to essential job functions as part of the applicant selection/hiring process. Many departments require those selected for hire to submit a certified transcript for all degrees obtained. For full consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply prior to the review date listed in posting.
Johnson County Community College welcomes the application of any qualified candidate and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, sex, religion, marital status, national origin, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or other factors which cannot be lawfully considered, to the extent specified by applicable federal and state laws.
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Advertised: 18 Dec 2020 Central Standard Time
Applications close: 15 Feb 2021 Central Standard Time