Radiological Science Program Director

The Radiologic Science Program Director reports to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences and is responsible to the School Dean. Responsibilities include developing and maintaining the Radiologic Science curriculum; teaching; advising; maintaining records; scholarly and service requirements; participation in local, state and national meetings as necessary; keeping up-to-date on all aspects of Radiology Technology; and preparing for site visits from the Joint Review Committee on Education Radiologic Technology (JRCERT); and other duties as assigned. The Program Director works closely with the Radiologic Science Clinical Coordinator and faculty to maintain program operations within JRCERT guidelines and standards. The Program Director maintains positive relationships within the college and the community at large. Essential Duties The individual in this position is expected to create, coordinate, and participate in the review of course education schedules and course materials. The Radiologic Science Program Director teaches and/or supervises all educational courses, maintains accurate records for each student enrolled in the didactic, laboratory, and clinical practicum, and attends to problems and situations relative to the students' education to ensure adequate professional behaviors and clinical experiences, collects and maintains all JRCERT assessment and evaluation data, completes reports for Advisory Committee meetings, provides student advisement, and participates in local/state/national affiliate in-service meetings as necessary. Minimum Qualifications Master's degree in Radiologic Science or related area required. Three years of full-time professional experience as a radiographer. Have at least two years of full-time instructional experience in a Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) accredited program. Demonstrate proficiency in curriculum design, program administration, evaluation, instruction, and academic advising. The candidate must be in good standing with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and possess credentialing in Radiography. Preferred Qualifications Additional ARRT modality credentialing is preferred