ROANE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
POSITION OPEN ANNOUNCEMENT
Program Director - Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Extended Search)
Roane State Community College is a multi-campus comprehensive community college serving an eight-county area in East Tennessee. Qualified applicants, including current employees, must apply for and submit a new application (online) and resume (if required) for each position opening. Unofficial copies of transcripts/certificates may be included with the application or resume when a degree/certificate is required, in order to be officially considered. Official copies of college transcripts required upon employment. Applications accepted online only. RSCC-EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA Employer. A Tennessee Board of Regents Institution.
To apply for this position please go to: http://www.roanestate.edu/humanresources
Position Title Program Director - Tenure Track
Department: RSCC-Allied Health Sciences
Posting Date: 11-22-2011
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Type of Appointment: Tenure/Tenure Track
Employment Category: Faculty
Location: Roane State Community College (Harriman)
Posting Number: 001991
The program director performs the duties and responsibilities identified in RSCC Policy Number: PA-24-01, Faculty Job Description. The program director is a faculty member who also has the primary responsibility of ensuring that the mission and educational objectives of the College are reflected in the individual program
Typical Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for the program's master plan of education, including development, implementation, evaluation and revision of plan. Incorporates participation of all faculty members in this process.
Coordinate the development, implementation, and revision process for the program's curriculum design; including but not limited to, course descriptions, course requirements, and evaluation systems. Incorporates participation of all faculty members in this process.
Serve on Allied Health Sciences Admissions Committee and assist in the development of policies for student selection.
Prepare and maintain the program budget within established parameters as needed for the program.
Oversee the evaluation, maintenance, selection, and purchase of educational materials and equipment to meet the needs of the program.
Participate in faculty meetings to meet the needs of students and program management.
Assist in the process of interviewing, selecting, and mentoring faculty.
Implement the process of interviewing, selecting, mentoring, and evaluating adjunct faculty who teach courses within the program, under general supervision from the Dean of Allied Health Sciences.
Participate in the development of position descriptions for faculty.
Provide academic and career advisement for prospective and current students.
Act as a liaison between the program and clinical affiliates/community stakeholders.
Assist in reviewing affiliation agreements as needed.
Prepare annual reports for the Dean of Allied Health Sciences, college representatives, and other agencies as needed.
Pursue ongoing education in professional practice, instructional delivery, and management to maintain professional competency.
Creates a positive environment for learning.
Attain program goals through general management of financial, physical/material resources, and human resources.
Develop program evaluation to ensure ongoing effectiveness through outcomes assessment of quality indicators.
Coordinate and direct the procedures required to achieve and maintain program accreditation.
Coordinate an Advisory Board consisting of program officials, representatives of the sponsoring institution, and community stakeholders to support the activities of the educational program.
Assist with the maintenance of all clinical records by periodically meeting with the clinical coordinator, clinical instructors, and/or supervisors.
Assume didactic responsibilities, and functions within the position description of Instructor as assigned in the classroom, laboratory, or clinic setting.
Establish communication and feedback procedures for student concerns.
Participate in the development and revision of program specific and curricular materials.
Demonstrate use of evidence based teaching/learning strategies, community service, and institutional participation.
Associate's degree required,
Demonstrated teaching competence with at least 2 years of teaching experience, preferably in an accredited Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program.
Demonstrated clinical competence with at least 2 years experience as a as a general sonographer, cardiac sonographer, and/or vascular technologist.
Must meet all education, credentialing, and professional experience requirements of the Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JRC-DMS) .
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Applicant must be willing to submit to a background check before employment.
Work-related references only.
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